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Hananoiwaya ShrineRead Later
Hananoiwaya Shrine is located along the coast of Mie Prefecture’s Kumano City.
In 2004, Hananoiwaya Shrine was registered as a World Heritage Site as part of the “Sacred Sites and Pilgrimage Routes of the Kii Mountain Range.”
According to Japan’s first history book, the “Nihon Shiki,” which was written in 720, Hananoiwaya Shrine is the oldest Shinto shrine in Japan.
Ninja Museum of IgaryuRead Later
Ninjas historically were spies who performed background jobs in secret, such as intelligence assessments, infiltration, and espionage.
Iga City, of Mie Prefecture, is an area famous for having strongest ninjas, known as “Iga ninjas.”
Featuring ninja and samurai experiences, the latest on shopping in Nagoya, and local cuisine!Read Later
This month’s cover story is "Ninja, Samurai, and Castles!" We’ve compiled an exciting list of related activities and experiences that we’re sure will strike your fancy.
The「Ise Shima Summit」 was held between May 26th and 27th, 2016. The「Shima Kanko Hotel」 was the stage for the summit and national leaders stayed there. This hotel is located on Kashiko Jima.
Ise-Shima G7 summit was held over May 26th and 27th 2016. It was hosted on Kasiko island in Shima city, Mie prefecture. I decided to visit the island...