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Golfing in Mie

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In Mie, sports lovers can play a round of golf and then enjoy high-profile gourmet cuisine

Mie Prefecture



With 36% of its land dedicated to national parks, Mie Prefecture is blessed with an abundance of nature and rich natural resources. Its stunning 1,000-kilometer Pacific coastline and beautiful mountain ranges serve as the perfect backdrop for 68 diverse golf courses. Ranging in difficulty from beginner-friendly to challenging, these courses offer everything from dramatic seaside views to hilly terrain filled with interesting elevation changes. Whatever your golfing preferences, the manicured fairways, rolling greens, and exceptional service will delight you.


With its smart focus on a local Farm and Sea to Table approach, Mie also offers unrivaled gastronomy and is often called Japan’s Gourmet Capital. Mie is particularly famous for its seafood, including Ise spiny lobster, abalone, and oysters, as well as for its high-class marbled Matsusaka Beef, which melts like butter in your mouth. Mie’s delicious premium local sake brands, such as Zaku, Uneme, and Sakaya Hachibei, pair well with the prefecture’s authentic high-profile cuisine. 


Immerse yourself in the full landscape of Mie’s gourmet culture—all perfectly combined with the ultimate Japanese golf experience. The Mie Golf Tourism Organization's website provides information on various golf courses in Mie as well as attractions to enjoy along with golf. Please check it out.


How to get there


To Tsu Country Club:
From Nagoya Station, take the train to Tsu Station (about 50 minutes). From Tsu Station, take the bus to the Tanaka stop (about 30 minutes). The country club is around a 30-minute walk from the bus stop.


30 Katada-Hase, Tsu-shi, Mie-ken


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