Our shop offers a wide variety of products perfect for everyday use or for that special someone.Enjoy shopping for food and traditional crafts nurtured by the phenomenal natural features of Mie, including Matsusaka beef, Ise tea, pearls, Iga pottery, Yokkaichi Banko pottery, and cotton textiles, all within a warm space fragrant with cedar and cypress from Mie.

 We also have a wide variety of locally adored confections, such as specialty mochi rice cakes that have been served to travelers visiting Ise Shrine as a form of hospitality since the Edo period (1600s - 1700s).

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




 Mie prefecture is blessed with abundant natural resources. Visitors can enjoy seasonal delicacies from the mountains, oceans, and villages of Mie, delivered to Nihonbashi straight from the source and served as authentic regional dishes.

 The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner, and as a café in between, and serves local sake from more than 10 sake breweries in Mie Prefecture. Come dive into the rich gastronomical world of Mie cuisine and interact with people from all walks of life.

Opening hours
Lunch 11:00 a.m.~2:30 p.m.(Lastcall 2:00 p.m.)
Cafe 2:30 p.m.~5:00 p.m.(Lastcall 4:30 p.m.)
Dinner 5:00p.m.~10:00 p.m.(Lastcall 9:00 p.m.)
No holidays (Excluding year-end and New Year holidays and facility holidays)


_Community Space

Community Space

Opening hours



Seminars, exhibitions, social events, local product taste-testing, and other events showcasing Mie's rich nature, history, culture, food, and beyond offer a glimpse at the multifaceted charm Mie has to offer.




Registered members gain access to the coworking function provided by MIE TERRACE. Members may interact with one another, and as a result, strengthen their bonds with Mie Prefecture. So-called community managers coordinate these interactions and help shape the community as a whole.


MIE TERRACEtourist information


_Tourist Information

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

Tourist information is provided by concierges overseeing the 1st floor information booth and the 2nd floor community space. With a myriad of sightseeing pamphlets and a wealth of knowledge about Mie, we are ready to answer any of your pressing questions. Don't hesitate to stop by and satisfy your curiosity.


About Mie Prefecture

Located near the center of Japan, Mie is home to many beautiful natural and historical sites, including Ise Shrine (known as the origin of Japanese culture), the Kumano Kodo Pilgrimage Route (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), the birthplace of the Iga ninja school, and its jagged coastline. Mie is known as UMASHIKUNI, a land of beauty, because of its rich blessings with nature, culture, and bounties of the land and sea.


Welcome to MIE TERRACE, a facility that exists to promote the unique and diverse wonders of Mie Prefecture, from its abundant natural resources to its deeply-rooted position in Japanese spirituality. Learn about the grand shrine Ise Jingu or the World Heritage Kumano Kodo pilgrimage road, or enjoy an array of regional specialties. Renovated in September 2023, the facility includes a shop and restaurant on the first floor and a community space on the second. A concierge is also stationed to provide information on Mie Prefecture's local products and sightseeing opportunities.

Opening hours

10:00 〜 20:00
Lunch 11:00~14:30(L.O.14:00)
Cafe 14:30~17:00(L.O.16:30)
Dinnerー 17:00~22:00(L.O.21:00)
Community space/tourist information

No holidays(Excluding year-end and New Year holidays and facility holidays)


〒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.