Located in the center of Japan, Mie has prospered as a corridor between eastern and western Japan since ancient times. Blessed with a mild climate and spectacular setting between mountains and the sea, Mie features many sites that reflect the rich historical legacy of the region.
Are you ready for a tour through Mie?
Here is an introduction to some of the highlights of Mie Prefecture.
Please check this out before starting your trip!
Mie is located roughly in center of Japan, in the Tokai region.
Access is easy from Tokyo, Osaka, or Nagoya, and we are located close to Kyoto and Nara.
Many tourists visit Mie every year.
If you are planning to visit to Kyoto or Nara, why not Mie also?
Please include Mie in your tour plans and visit us.
Mie is on Japan’s Pacific coast and enjoys four distinct seasons. Beaches are popular during the summer days. The rainy season lasts through June and early July. In winter, snow sometimes falls in low-lying areas. Spring and autumn are the best times of the year for travel and tend to be the busiest times for sightseeing.
You can access the latest tourism information on a website before you depart for Mie.
With the Mie Tourism Guide, you can easily receive necessary tourism information, event schedules, and model sightseeing courses.
We suggest that you open the complete Access Guide and Map of Mie Prefecture located in the back of this brochure as you browse through the tourism information. The numbers referencing information in the brochure are on the map to assist you in finding the location.