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Mie

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The Mie Prefecture is situated along the Pacific Ocean, and is home to some of the oldest shrines including the Ise Grand Shrine, and some of Japan's well-known amusement parks. The many different scenic views of the seasons created by the great natural beauty of the area, such as Nanatsugama Falls, which was selected as one of “Japan’s 100 Great Waterfalls,” are truly splendid.

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Featured Attractions

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Onigajo

Onigajo (Demon’s Castle) is a series of countless large and small sea caves carved by the waves of the Kumano-nada Sea and raised like stairs by the force of earthquakes that span 1.2 km of the Kumano-nada Sea coastline.

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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 religion in the Kumano area together with Nachi Seiganto-ji Temple. Many pilgrims continue to visit here.