A treasured symbol of Tsu, the capital of Mie Prefecture, Tsu Miyako Hotel has played the role of the city's premiere guesthouse for nearly 30 years.
Located in the center of Tsu City, the capital of Mie Prefecture, Tsu Miyako Hotel offers great convenience as a full-service hotel. Featuring spacious guest rooms overlooking Suzuka Mountains and Ise Bay and an array of restaurants and banquet halls, the hotel provides not only a perfect base for business and leisure travelers but also a venue for diverse gatherings.
There is a lot to see and do in and around Tsu, which is close to Ise Grand Shrine, known in Japan as "the spiritual home of the nation", and Suzuka Circuit, the international racing course that hosts the F1 Japanese Grand Prix.
the Chusei area
The center region in Mie (Ise) around a hotel
Motopia is an amusement park situated on a huge, 145 ha (2,050,000 sqm) site next to Suzuka Circuit, the racing course that is home to the F1 Japanese Grand Prix. The park features a variety of engine-powered attractions, ranging from simple rides suitable for unsupervised children to those where family and friends can battle it out for the checkered flag.
10:00 - 17:00 (Subject to change depending on the season or day of the week.)
*Different opening hours apply to some attractions.
Tsubaki Grand Shrine
Tsubaki Grand Shrine is dedicated to Sarutahiko-no-ookami, the deity of good luck, and attracts many worshippers from all over Japan. In the imposing, wooded grounds, you'll find the Reishoan tea house, which was donated by the founder of Panasonic, Konosuke Matsushita. Reishoan is open to tea ceremony aficionados from all schools of this popular ancient art.
Famous for the blossoms of its beautiful weeping plum trees, Yuki Shrine was built to honor Munehiro Yuki, a feudal lord who contributed to the Kemmu Restoration. In the shrine garden, there are about 300 weeping plum trees and 80 plum trees of 10 different varieties. Early spring is the best time to visit as the garden shows the breathtaking beauty of plum blossoms in red, white, greenish-white, and pink.
[Yuki Shrine Plum Blossom Festival]
Mid-February to mid-March
Sakakibara Onsen is known as one of the three best hot springs in Japan.
It is mentioned as Nanakuri-no-yu in The Pillow Book of Sei Shonagon, a thousand-year-old classic of Japanese literature, and its fame was such that the name Sakakibara was synonymous with hot springs in the ancient capital, Kyoto.
the Nansei area
The south area in Mie (Ise) - "Ise Shima area"
Grand Ise Shrine
Grand Ise Shrine is known as "the spiritual home of the nation".
It is approximately a 1-hour drive from the hotel via the Ise Expressway.
Shrine office TEL: +81-596-24-1111
Shima Spain Village "PARQUE ESPAÑA"
Loved by kids of all ages, Shima Spain Village is a theme park with a Spanish twist that showcases the charms of the country of passion.
the Hokusei area
The area of the north in Mie (Ise)
Nagashima Resort is a leisure complex that includes one of the Tokai area's largest amusement parks. It boasts over 40 kinds of attractions including the Steel Dragon 2000, a world-class supercoaster, and the White Cyclone, a classic wooden roller coaster.
In summer, you can cool off in one of Japan's largest swimming pools, the 70,000-sqm Jumbo Seawater Pool, or enjoy the fascinating Winter Illumination light show at Nabana no Sato flower gardens.
Another popular attraction is Yuami no Shima, a huge natural outdoor bath complex for day-visitors next door to Nabana no Sato. With its wide-range attractions and amusement facilities appealing to everyone from children to older visitors, Nagashima Resort makes the perfect family holiday destination.
From the Airport
- Chubu Centrair International Airport --- Tsu Airport Line (Approx. 40 min) -> Tsu --- Mie Kotsu Bus (Approx. 4 min) -> Miekaikan-mae 1-min walk
- Kintetsu Limited Express (Bound for Nagoya: 1hr 30 min) -> Mie Kotsu Bus: Get off at Miekaikan-mae (Approx. 7 min)
- Shinkansen Nozomi (1 hr 40 min) -> Nagoya --- Kintetsu Limited Express (Approx. 50 min) -> Tsu -> 1-min walk
(Inside Japan Only)
Weekday / 9:00～22:00
Saturdays, holidays / 9:00～20:00
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(Equivalent of 5 to 11% saving)
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Tsu Miyako Hotel
7-15, Daimon, Tsu City, Mie 514-0027, Japan