Hokuriku Shin-Etsu / Chubu

Travel around a power spot Ise Shima and one of the largest outlet shopping mall in Japan.

The Grate Shrines of Ise is a place of origin of Sintoism where people in early modern period used to desire to worship once in their lifetime.
In Ise, Toba and Shima areas, culture of female divers has been succeeded, pears are cultivated and plentiful fish and shellfish are caught, while tea trees, various flowers and fruits are grown in a warm and mild climate. You can enjoy these foods and culture brought by abundantly productive sea and the warm and mild climate.

Travel around a power spot Ise Shima and one of the largest outlet shopping mall in Japan.

Complete Process :Two nights and three days
Mt. Fuji Shizuoka Airport
Travel Time:About 120 min

BusBus:About 120 min

Taharapic
Fruits (melon, strawberry, etc.) around Irago
Travel Time:About 60 min

BusBus:About 60 min

Iragopic
Toba-port ⇔ Irako-port Isewan Ferry (55 minutes)
Travel Time:About 55 min

FerryFerry:About 55 min

inn Tobapic
Amagoya (Small Huts for Woman Divers)pic
Ama-goya (Fresh seafood cooked by woman divers)
Travel Time:About 30 min

TrainTrain:About 30 min

Kashikojimapic
- World-first pearl cultivation
- Shops and restaurants
- G7 Ise-shima Summit in 2016
Travel Time:About 90 min

TrainTrain:About 90 min

Okage Yokocho (Okage Street)pic
- Traditional buildings
- More than 50 shops and restaurants of local dishes and specialties
Travel Time:About 40 min

TrainTrain:About 40 min

inn Nagoya in the Citypic
Travel Time:About 50 min

BusBus:About 50 min

Jazz Dream Nagashimapic
- With amusement park and spa
Travel Time:About 75 min

BusBus

TrainTrain

Centrair “Chubu Centrair International Airport”pic
Connecting Shoryudo and the world
Shops and amusement area

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Introduction to Spots
Tahara
Irago
Toba
Amagoya (Small Huts for Woman Divers)
Listening to talks of woman divers who catch fish and shellfish, you can taste hand-grilled seafood cooked on an open fire in their huts located near their fishing ground.
・HP [Oosatsu-Ama-Bunka-Shiryoukan]: URL:
http://www.oosatsu.net/midokoro/ama/
Kashikojima
Okage Yokocho (Okage Street)
It is located in a town in front of in the Inner Shrine of Ise and has been restored by moving and reconstructing landmarks built from the Edo to the Meiji period along Ise-ji Route, where attractive things of Mie-ken and Ise area are condensed there. More than 50 restaurants and shops of local cuisine and specialties stand side by side.
・Holidays: Always Open
・Opening Times: 9:30-17:30 March-July and October, 9:30-18:00 in August and September
・Location: 52 Uji-Nakanokiri-cho, Ise-shi, Mie-ken
・TEL: (Isefuku Inc.) 0596-23-8838
・Entrance Fee: Free except some charged facilities
・Website: http://www.okageyokocho.co.jp/
Nagoya in the City
Jazz Dream Nagashima
An outlet mall having an almost largest number of shops in Japan together with an amusement park and a hot spring.
・Holidays: Irregular (see Website)
・Opening Times: Shops (10:00 - 20:00); Restaurants (different in each one); Food Court (11:00-21:00 on ordinary days, 10:30-21:00 on national holidays)
・Location: 368 Urayasu, Nagasima-machi, Kuwana-shi, Mie-ken
・TEL: 0594-45-8700
・Website: http://www.31op.com/nagashima/
Centrair “Chubu Centrair International Airport”
Centrair as a gateway of so-called Shoryudo (Dragon Route). There is an enjoyable shopping areainclusing many shops such as “Chochin Yokocho” (Lantern side alley) reflecting the image of a Japanese old post-town, “Brick Street”, “Centrair Official Shop”, and the like.