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News Information from MIE TERRACE

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In a space where you can feel the warmth of prefecture-produced cedar and cypress, we have a selection of foods and traditional crafts that have been nurtured by the climate, including Matsusaka beef, Ise tea, pearls, Iga ware, Yokkaichi Banko ware, and Nishikiori fabrics.

We also have a wide selection of famous sweets that are loved by locals, such as the famous rice cakes that have been entertaining travelers since the Edo period, when Ise Pilgrimage became a big boom. You can use it for a wide range of purposes, from looking for everyday items to special gifts and souvenirs.

Opening hours
10:00 〜 20:00 / No holidays (Excluding year-end and New Year holidays and facility holidays)



Mie Prefecture has a rich and varied nature that brings a variety of blessings. You can enjoy the seasonal delicacies of the sea, mountains, and village delivered to Nihonbashi from the makers in local cuisine and earthenware pot dishes.

It can be used for a wide variety of dining occasions, including lunch, cafe, and dinner, and in the evening, we recommend enjoying a light drink from over 20 sake breweries in the prefecture. Please spend a pleasant time in a place where you can enjoy the food of Mie and create and deepen connections with various people.

Opening hours
Lunch 11:00~14:00(L.O.13:30)  Cafe 14:00~16:30(L.O.16:00)   Dinner 17:00~22:00(L.O.21:00) / No holidays (Excluding year-end and New Year holidays and facility holidays)

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Community Space

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We hold events full of the charm of Mie, including its rich nature, history, culture, and food, such as seminars, exhibitions, networking events, and tastings of specialty products.




It is a workspace where members can interact with each other and connect with Mie Prefecture.We have a community manager on hand who wants to connect with Mie and do something! We will connect Mie fans who have such feelings and expand the circle.

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_Tourist Information

Our tourism concierge will guide you on your trip to Mie.

At the 1st floor general information and 2nd floor community space,We will tell you about the various charms of Mie Prefecture and support your travels.

Mie Prefecture is home to many famous places with a long history, such as Ise Jingu and the Kumano Kodo.

Blessed with both seafood and mountain products, it has been known as a beautiful country since ancient times.



Mie Terrace, a place to communicate and interact with Mie's rich nature, history, culture, food, and other attractions, reopened in September 2020, marking the 10th anniversary of its opening in September 2013.

We aim to further evolve as a bridge between the Tokyo metropolitan area and Mie by developing new functions and services, such as installing a co-working function and having a tourism concierge and community manager on site.

Connections between Tokyo, Nihonbashi and Mie

During the Edo period, the "Ise Shrine", walking along the Tokaido starting from Nihonbashi and heading for Ise Grand Shrine, was the golden route of travel culture.

Furthermore, Nihonbashi and Mie have deep cultural and economic ties, with many Ise merchants achieving success in Nihonbashi and still operating as long-established businesses.

Opening hours

Opening hours:10:00 〜 20:00
Regular holiday:Open all year round(Excluding year-end and New Year holidays)
Opening hours:11:00 〜 22:00
Regular holiday:Open all year round(Excluding year-end and New Year holidays)
Community space/tourist information


〒103-0022 Nihonbashi Muromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 2-4-1 YUITO ANNEX 1F・2F

Nearest station

Directly connected to Mitsukoshimae Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line and Hanzomon Line (Exit A9) Directly connected to JR Sobu Line Rapid "Shin-Nihonbashi" station (Exit A6) 8 minutes walk from Kanda Station on the JR Yamanote Line, Chuo Line, and Keihin Tohoku Line.