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Situated along the Pacific Ocean, Mie Prefecture is home to some of the oldest monuments, including the Ise Grand Shrine and Japan’s most well-known amusement parks. The many different scenic vistas here created by the change of the seasons, such as Nanatsugama Falls, which was selected as one of “Japan’s 100 Great Waterfalls,” are among the country’s most breathtaking.

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Featured Attractions

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Onigajo (Demon’s Castle) is a series of countless small and large sea caves that have been carved into stair-like structures by waves from the Kumano-nada Sea, which originate from the earthquakes that have hit this 1.2-kilometer stretch.

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Kumano-Nachi Taisha

Kumano-Nachi Taisha has been a place of worship since ancient times, enjoying prosperity as a core site of the Shinto religion in the Kumano area together with Nachi Seiganto-ji Temple. Many pilgrims continue to visit here.