Discover the best top things to do in Matsusaka, Japan including Gojoban Yashiki, Ruins of Matsusaka Castle (Matsusaka Park), Bellfarm, Matsusaka Merchant Museum, Former Hasegawa Residence, Museum of Motoori Norinaga, Suzu-no-ya (Motoori Norinaga's study), Michi-no-Eki Iitaka, Street of Matsusaka Marchant, Mie Adventure Park.
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【Matsusaka beef is not enough】
Between Kansai International Airport and Central Japan International Airport, Mie Prefecture is located in the middle of Japan. it is the eastern block of the Kii Peninsula. east and west of the Peninsula are linked by railway and national highway.
Matsusaka city, known in Matsusaka beef is located at the center of the Mie Prefecture.
This town that escaped the War damage, is a town in the history of Japanese life. There, from the ruins of the fifth century, there are a lot of artifacts and manuscripts that indicate the era of samurai, the era of westernization.
In particular, Japanese architecture, which is composed of paper and wood and soil, deserves a visit. since there is no presence in the country of you.
If you want to pretend the Japanese, then the there is also a rental of the kimono, and there is also inn Futon and Tatami.
Of course, dinner in the Ryokan is Sukiyaki!
4 based on 47 reviews
Bell Farm consists of a beautiful rose-garden, several public greenhouses, a farmers market, both indoor and out (the outdoor one is on weekends and holidays, and is weather-dependent), a restaurant, wide-open lawns for picnicking, a play-park for children, and an adult-exercising circuit, although this is...MoreThank you for coming to Bellfarm and for your message. Your pictures are great, thank you. Would it be alright if we used them on our website? Thank you!
4 based on 15 reviews
Motoori Norinaga was a medical doctor in Edo era. He was interested in Japanese old documents and books, especially in "Kojiki" - Japanese old myth.
As "Kojiki" was written in different way than as of Edo era, no one could understand the exact descriptions. Norinaga tried to translate into understandable ones.
The museum provides the information who he was, how he learnt and what he achieved. The exhibited materials are very informative.
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