Station / Airport / Port Spots in Mie Area

  • Toba Marine Terminal
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    3.5
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    Transportation
    Mie Pref. Tobashi Toba 1-2383-51
    This facility was established as a base for Toba Port's marine traffic. It is accessible from either the JR or the Kintetsu Toba Station, in Mie Prefecture. Visitors can enjoy taking a break here while looking out to sea and taking refreshments in the lounge or cafe, which serve as waiting areas for people waiting for regular ships and cruise ships. There is also an exchange plaza, which is used to host the free market and music events, in addition to the lounge, decking and meeting rooms, which can be used for business negotiations or other meetings. The multi-purpose toilets and nursing rooms also make it convenient for families.

    We caught a ferry here to nearby islands and the ride was interesting. The terminal is just a terminal with seats. Wouldnt call it an attraction

  • Shukutaso
    Travel / Tourism
    Mie Watarai-gun Minamiisecho Shukuura Tasoura
    "The Shukuura and Tasoura districts in Minamiise Town, Watarai County, Mie Prefecture are collectively known as ""Shukutaso."" Both are fishing towns located at the entrance to Gokasho Bay, and there are thriving skipjack tuna deep-sea fishing and Japanese spiny lobster fishing industries here. Visitors can take in the beauty of Kazura Island and other islands floating in Gokasho Bay, and the scenery of Ago Bay on the east side."
  • Tsu Nagisamachi
    Transportation
    Mie Pref. Tsushi Nagisamachi 1-1
    This port and commercial center is located at TsuMatsusaka Port, in Tsu City, Mie Prefecture, ten minutes from Tsu Station, on the Mie Kotsu TsuNagisamachi bus route. The port opened in February 2005 and has 15 high speed ships operating each day which make round-trips to the Chubu International Airport, which is approximately 45 minutes away. At Beishisuka, next to the terminal, there are rooms which can be used for all kinds of events including parties, weddings and attractions, as well as general stores and restaurants where customers can eat while looking out to sea. There is also a beer garden on the rooftop which is open during the summer.
  • Yokkaichi Port (Kasumigahara District)
    Transportation
    Mie Yokkaichi-shi Kasumi
  • Yokkaichi Port (Yokkaichi District)
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    Mie Yokkaichi Chitosecho
  • Uomachi District
    Travel / Tourism
    Mie Kitamuro-gun Kihokucho Nagashima
    Centering on Nagashima Port, the Nagashima district in Kihoku Town, Kitamuro County, Mie Prefecture is a fishing town known for boasting some of the greatest catches in the entire prefecture. Visitors can stroll amidst townscape which retains much of the charm of a traditional, old-fashioned fishing town. The Funa Danjiri, a festival to pray for good catches which has been performed since the Edo period, is also held here in January.
  • Kintetsu-Yokkaichi
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    Mie Pref
  • Tsu
    Transportation
    Mie Pref
  • Kuwana
    Transportation
    Mie Pref
  • Matsusaka
    Transportation
    Mie Pref
  • Iseshi
    Transportation
    Mie Pref
  • Toba
    Transportation
    Mie Pref
  • Yokkaichi
    Transportation
    Mie Pref
  • Nabari
    Transportation
    Mie Pref
  • Shiroko
    Transportation
    Mie Pref
  • Ujiyamada
    Transportation
    Mie Pref
  • Kintetsu-Nagashima
    Transportation
    Mie Pref
  • Kashikojima
    Transportation
    Mie Pref
  • Yunoyamaonsen
    Transportation
    Mie Pref
  • Owase
    Transportation
    Mie Pref

Mie Areas

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Spread across the eastern side of the Kii Peninsula, Mie prefecture boasts hundreds of kilometers of pretty coastline comprising the oyster-rich Toba city and Shima National Park all the way down to Kumano, a city that marks the beginning of part of the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage, which runs into neighboring Wakayama prefecture. However, Mie is best known for the Ise Jingu Shinto shrine inland, one of the oldest and largest shrines in the country.

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