Mie Prefecture
Kansai Region /

Mie Prefecture

Mie Prefecture (三重県, Mie-ken) belongs to both, the Kansai Region and the Tokai Region. The prefecture is home to the Ise Shrines, Japan's most sacred Shinto shrines. Prefectural capital is Tsu City.
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Ise Shima

Site of Japan's most sacred Shinto shrines.

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Iga Ueno

Former castle town famous for ninja.

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