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The Ise-Shima (伊勢志摩?) region, also called the Shima Peninsula (志摩半島 Shima-hantō?), refers to the areas of eastern Mie Prefecture (Japan) in or around Ise-Shima National Park, which include the cities Ise, Toba, Shima, and parts of the town of Minami-Ise. The area thrives on tourism, with many resort hotels and beaches in the area. Ise-Shima is also famed for fresh seafood, particular oysters.

The peninsula extends out into the Pacific Ocean, and unlike the factory-dotted coast of Ise Bay, the main industry is seafood and marine products, particularly pearl cultivation.


Tourism in the Ise-Shima region is fueled primarily by these locations:


Direct service is available to Ise-Shima from both Osaka and Nagoya via Kintetsu limited express trains.

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