Welcome to Rakuraku Ise Moude, the official Ise City travel information webpage. Within this English page, we offer detailed information about traveling to and around Ise City.

We have also included many helpful links to websites that provide a wide-range of tourist and cultural information for anyone interested in traveling to Ise City and the surrounding areas.

Transportation access to Ise City from Major Japanese cities and Airports:
Click any of the links below to access transportation information to Ise City.
For your convenience, all maps are printer-friendly, formatted to fit an A4 sized sheet of paper.
Traveling within Ise City
The tourist areas within Ise City are relatively close together so travelers can easily move from place to place by bus, foot, bicycle or taxi.
  • Bus

    This map shows bus routes to Naiku Shrine from train stations within Ise City.
  • Walking in Ise City

    This map shows walking routes to Naiku Shrine and Geku Shrine from train stations within Ise City.
  • Bicycle

    Ise City Tourist Information Office provides bicycle rentals. Please click their bicycle rental webpage to find details.
  • Taxi

    In Ise City, the easiest way to hire a taxi is from designated taxi stands. Please look at this bus route map to locate taxi stands.
Discount Ticket Information
You can find some helpful information below about discount transportation tickets to Ise City and the surrounding areas:
Ise Jingu Travel Ticket
<offered by Kintetsu Railway>

This ticket package includes a round-trip limited express train ticket to the Ise-shima area from one of the following cities; Osaka, Kyoto, Nara or Nagoya. This ticket also includes a free ticket to ride Kintetsu trains and busses within the Ise-Shima area for up to 3 days.

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(Japanese only)

Mawaryanse Passport Ticket
<offered by Kintetsu Railway>

This super passport ticket includes free transportation on all Kintetsu trains, local buses and boats for up to four consecutive days!

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The Ise-ji Travel Ticket
<offered by Japan Railways>

This ticket package includes a Mie Express round trip train ticket from Nagoya, a free JR train ticket for unlimited travel between the towns of Matsusaka and Toba and a taxi voucher worth up to ¥6,000 (this voucher can also be used to purchase up to ¥2,000 worth of goods from Okageyokocho and Kawasaki Town within Ise City).

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CAN-Bus

The Can-Bus runs between Ise City, Futami and Toba. Riders can purchase one-time tickets or one-day or two-day tickets called Michikusa-kippu. These Michikusa-kippu tickets cost ¥1,000 per day or ¥1,600 for two days. Michikusa-kippu tickets can be purchased at the JR/Kintetsu Iseshi train station bus terminal, Kintetsu Ujiyamada train station bus terminal, the Ise City Tourist Information Office (in front of Geku Shrine) or from any CAN-Bus driver (Please ask any Can-Bus driver for a Michikusa-kippu).

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(Japanese only)

Other Kintetsu Railway
discount ticket

Additional Kintetsu Railway discount ticket information can be found by clicking on the following web links (Please note that the Japanese site has many more details than the English site).

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Other Japan Railways Tokai
discount ticket

Additional Japan Railways Tokai discount ticket information can be found by clicking on the following web links (Please note that the Japanese site has many more details than the English site).

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(Japanese)

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Ise-shima area tourism information:
The Ise-shima area, which covers Ise City, Toba City and Shima City, is surrounded by beautiful natural scenery, world-class seafood, local culinary delicacies and many captivating sightseeing locations. For more details about traveling to the Ise-shima area, please refer to the following Ise-shima area tourist information websites.
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