Ise (Mie)

from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
伊 勢 市
Geographical location in Japan
Ise (Mie) (Japan)
Red pog.svg
Region : Kinki
Prefecture : Mie
Coordinates : 34 ° 29 '  N , 136 ° 43'  E Coordinates: 34 ° 29 '15 "  N , 136 ° 42' 33"  E
Basic data
Surface: 208.52 km²
Residents : 123,783
(June 1, 2019)
Population density : 594 inhabitants per km²
Community key : 24203-9
Flag / coat of arms:
Flag / coat of arms of Ise
Tree : Oyane cherry
town hall
Address : Ise City Hall
1 - 7 - 29 , Iwabuchi
Ise -shi
Mie  516-0037
Website URL:
Location Ises in Mie Prefecture
Location of Ises in the prefecture

Ise ( Japanese 伊 勢 市 , - shi , until 1955 Ujiyamada ) is a city in Mie Prefecture on the Japanese main island of Honshū . It is located on the Shima Peninsula on Ise Bay , south of Nagoya .

The city is located in the middle of an agricultural region where tea and oranges are grown. But lacquer ware , paper and electrical appliances are produced in Ise. There are several shipyards in the port area.


The city ​​of Uji-Yamada was established in 1889 in Watarai County from the cities of Uji and Yamada. In 1906 it became a district as Uji-Yamada-shi ( 宇 治 山田 市 ). In the great Shōwa territorial reform it was renamed after several incorporations in 1955 after the province and the shrine in Ise-shi .


Ise is located west of Toba and south of Tsu on the Ise Bay .

Neighboring cities and communities

Pilgrimage site

Ise shrine

The pilgrimage site is home to the Ise Shrine (Ise Jingū), the highest Shinto shrine in the country.


sons and daughters of the town

Web links

Commons : Ise  - collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. Entry 伊 勢 (市) in 日本 大 百科全書 (ニ ッ ポ ニ カ) Nihon daihyakkazensho (Nipponica) by Shōgakukan at (Asahi Shimbun / Voyage Marketing), accessed on October 26, 2019.
City Hall of Ise