Kumano Region

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

The Kumano Region (熊野地方, Kumano chihō) is a region situated on the southern part of the Kii Peninsula in Japan, former Muro District. It includes parts of Mie Prefecture, Wakayama Prefecture, and Nara Prefecture.

In 2004 it became a UNESCO designated World Heritage Site.

See also[edit]