Mie Prefecture (三重県 Mie-ken) is a prefecture of Japan, which is part of the Kansai region on the main Honshu island. The capital is the city of Tsu.

 

Tourism

  • Kumano Kodō – World Heritage Site. Ancient road in southern Mie once used by pilgrims.
  • Iga-Ueno – Birthplace of the ninja and home to the Iga Ninja Museum.
  • Ise-Shima National Park
  • Yoshino-Kumano National Park
  • Sakakibara Onsen – Famous onsen near Tsu, considered to be the 3rd best onsen in Japan.[citation needed]
  • Yunoyama Onsen – Famous onsen near Yokkaichi that sits atop Mount Gozaisho.
  • Nagashima Spa Land – One of the largest amusement parks in Japan, located in Kuwana.
  • Mikimoto Pearl Island – Museum in Toba that is dedicated to Kōkichi Mikimoto, inventor of pearl cultivation.
  • The Wedded Rocks of Okitama Shrine in Futami (now part of the city of Ise)
  • Suzuka Circuit – Japan’s most famous motor racetrack.
  • Saikū – Site of Heian Imperial residence, with modern museum and reconstructed Heian building.

 

Site of Mie :

http://www.pref.mie.lg.jp/ENGLISH/index.htm