Mie Prefecture is in the western region of the main island . Mie is easily accessible from anywhere in central Japan using the Kintetsu or JR train lines.

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is a city in , . Located in the very center of Mie, has historically been a town of merchants selling all sorts of goods to pilgrims travelling to the sacred shrine in .

is a city in , . is primarily known for the eponymous Shrine, arguably the holiest and most important Shinto site and the reputed home of the Emperor's Sacred Mirror.

is a city in in . is a remote vacation location unspoiled by tourism and ripe with natural beauty.

is the capital of , Japan, and home to about 290,000 people.


is a city in the south of , . As of 2008, the city has an estimated population of 21,002 and the density of 109 persons per km².

is the fifth largest city in by population, and lies within easy commuting distance of . is about an hour away by car.

is a city in prefecture, . is served by two major train stations …

, also known as Iga-Ueno, is a city in , .

is a city in , on the island of . is a popular tourist destination at the southern entrance to Ise Bay.

is a city in , . is on the JR Kansai Line, roughly half way between Kamo Station in Kyoto Prefecture and .

Shima(志摩市)is in . City was born out of the merger of four districts in 2005.


Other Names for Mie

  • English: Mie Prefecture
  • French: Mie
  • German: Mie
  • Italian: Prefettura di Mie
  • Japanese: みえけん
  • Japanese: 三重
  • Japanese: 三重県
  • Korean: 미에 현
  • Portuguese: Mie
  • Spanish: Prefectura de Mie
  • Mie Ken
  • Miye-ken
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