Ise Bay is the largest bay in Japan, with beautiful beaches, clear waters, low waves, and pine trees on the coastline. Ise lobster is famous all over the world. Every day, many old people use special tools to dig seashells in the sea.
Ise Bay is a bay in the southern part of the central part of Japan. It connects from the Daiozaki Lighthouse on the Shima Peninsula to the Irako Cape on the Atsumi Peninsula. It is the largest bay in Japan with the largest water area. If it weren't raining, the sky and the sea would be the same color, it should be beautiful. Alas, we encountered a typhoon and rain.
One of the stops in this year’s tour in Japan included Ise Bay. To be honest, I’ve never heard of this place before. We took a cruise to go to one of the attractions. The sea view is very beautiful and the air is quite fresh. The main reason is here. There are few tourists who are not noisy and only the sound of the sea breeze can enjoy the sea view in peace
Generally speaking (by the standards of Japan's domestic sea), it is a relatively clean sea area, which is cleaner than the seas around Kamakura and Izu. Therefore, if you play sea fishing, it is easier to receive good goods, and there are fewer competitors, naturally.
The entire Ise Bay is a bay in the Japanese Inland Sea, rich in pearls. The hometown of the famous Japanese pearl brand mikimoto is here in Toba. There is also a pearl museum where you can buy good pearl products. There are many cruise ships in the bay. It is recommended to visit Dolphin Island!
Preston_Dominguez: Ise, Mie