Mie Prefecture’s Ise-Shima region is referred to as “beautiful land”
Located in central Japan’s Mie Prefecture, Ise-Shima (志摩半島) or Shima Peninsula is best known for Ise Jingu (Ise Grand Shrine), Japan’s most sacred Shinto shrine, that the Japanese adore as the “Soul of Japan”.
It is considered to be the spiritual home of the Japanese and its national religion Shinto.
Explore the sights of Ise-Shima on a 8-hours private tour with a professional knowledgeable guide.
If you stay 2 days, you could also dive in water together with an Ama free-diving woman and witness how she catches shellfish or seaweeds from the rocky bottom.
If you want to travel in comfort, we will arrange your own car and driver.