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Tsu City

Tsu City is located about 45 minutes by train from Nagoya City, one of the three major metropolitan areas in Japan, and the former Tsu City was one of the first cities established in Japan in 1889. In the 1960s when Japan was a big shipbuilding nation, this coastal city owned the world's largest dock and had the world's largest steel structure manufacturing plant. It is also known as the city with the largest number of eel restaurants in Japan in terms of population, and the consumption of eel per population is said to be the largest in Japan.

Tsu City : Living Information

Name Category Map Notes
Ano Branch Office,
Tsu City
Administrative facilities map Approx. 25 mins.walk
from Research Division
Kintetsu Tsu Station Railway station map Approx. 5 mins.
from Research Division by car
National Mie Hospital Hospital map Approx. 15 mins.
from Research Division by car
Mie International Exchange Foundation Administrative facilities map Next to Tsu Station East Exit
Convenience Store Daily necessities map
Supermarket Food items map
Hardware store Daily necessities map
Electronics retail store Electric appliances map
Restaurant Japanese map
Western map
Chinese map
Noodles map
Fast food map
Ethnic food map
Hospital General hospital map Need a reservation generally
Clinic map
Dentistry map Need a reservation generally
Post office map
Bank map
Accomodation map
Christian church map
Temple map

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