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Located in front of Ise Jingu, the town recreates several prominent buildings on the Ise-ji Route that dates back to the Edo and Meiji period (1603 - 1912). It was built in 1993 by the founder to express their gratitude to the Ise Jingu, hence the name "Okage" which means thankfulness in English. The buildings have been faithfully reproduced; some of these include the Tsumairi-style buildings, as well as the Kizami kakoi, which are buildings with an outer wall to protect them against the strong rain and wind in Ise. In Yokocho, you can find souvenir shops, food establishments, as well as a wine cellar that houses the smallest brewery in Japan among others. It is an amusement park-style town suitable for people of all ages.
Ujinakanokiricho, Ise, Mie
March to July/October: 9:30 - 17:30 (Open until 18:00 on weekends and public holidays from April to July) August to September: 9:30 - 18:00 November to February: 9:30 - 17:00 (Open until 17:30 on weekends and public holidays in February)
20 minutes by bus from Ujiyamada Station on Kintetsu Railway Line to Jingu Kaikan-mae bus stop. It is a 1-minute walk from there.
5 minutes from Ise IC on Ise Expressway.
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