Ise-Kumano Wakayama Area Tourist Pass

Purchasing via online
Adult: 12,220Yen (Child: 6,110Yen)

Purchasing from a travel agent outside Japan
Adult: 11,210Yen (Child: 5,600Yen)
Purchasing at a station etc. in Japan
Adult: 12,220Yen (Child: 6,110Yen)
*Child: 6 to 11 years of age

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Nagoya Castle

Nagoya Castle is known as the “zenith of early modern castle design and construction”. After Tokugawa Ieyasu had the castle built in order to show his authority to the world, it proudly prospered as the residence of the Owari-Tokugawa family. (Currently, it is not possible for visitors to enter the castle donjon.)

ASHURA - The Iga Ninja Group

ASHURA is a ninja corps that has clocked up more than 1,200 live action performances at the Ninja Museum of Iga-ryu. Featuring shuriken, sword-fighting, and kusarigama (sickle-and-chain), the tremendous excitement of their stage shows have you on their edge of your seat!

Ise Ninja Kingdom

A large-scale Ninja theme park! Here at this theme park you can not only change into Ninja costumes and try hands-on activities such as tree-climbing, shuriken-throwing, and blowpipes, but also enjoy exciting Ninja shows.

Ise Jingu

Ise Jingu is Japan's most prestigious shrine. It has two main shrines separated from each other located in Ise, the Naiku and Geku. Since ancient times it is an object of faith for the Japanese and is referred to as Oise-san. In the Edo period, there was a boom in worship at Ise Jingu called Okage Mairi. Near the Naiku is a sightseeing area called Okage Yokosho, which recreates the townscape of the Edo Period, where you can eat, walk, and enjoy shopping.

Kumano Kodo (Ise-ji)

Kumano Kodo is the name of the pilgrimage route that connects three sacred sites. In 2004 it became a World Heritage Site as the Sacred Sites and Pilgrimage Routes in the Kii Mountain Range. Kumano Sanzan is the name given to the three grand shrines of Kumano Hongu Taisha, Kumano Hayatama Taisha, and Kumano Nachi Taisha. The Ise-ji, is a steep mountain pass that connects Ise Jingu with the three mountains of Kumano, which has been a path of faith for many people. Today it is a popular hiking trail that allows visitors to Japan to experience the country's mystical side.

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