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Tuesday, April 04, 2017

Kumano-shi Station

熊野市駅

Kumano-shi Station in Kumano city is a JR station on the Kisei Line in southern Mie Prefecture. The main connections are south to Shingu and north to Owase Station and Nagoya Station. The first express train to Kumano-shi Station from Nagoya is the 8.05am Wide View Nanki that arrives in Kumano-shi at 11.13am. The present fare is 7,050 yen.

Kumano-shi Station, Mie Prefecture.

Kumano is a good base to explore the attractions of the surrounding area which include hiking over Matsumoto-toge Pass, the bizarrely-shaped cliffs of Onigajo Rocks, the huge, pebbled Shichirimihama Beach, Hana no Iwaya Shrine and the weird Shishi rock formation.

Kumano-shi Station, Mie Prefecture.


Regular buses (which are cheaper than the train) from the Meitetsu bus station at Meitetsu Nagoya Station run to Shingu via Kumano. Buses back to Nagoya leave from behind the Tourist Information Center opposite Kumano-shi Station. Other buses from Kumano Station run to Shingu (50 minutes) and the Seiryu-so Onsen near the beautiful Kitayama River (also about 50 minutes).

Kumano Station
809-3 Idocho, Kumano-shi
Mie Prefecture 519-4324

JR Kumano-shi Station, Mie Prefecture.


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