Mikimoto Pearl Island, floating in the calm waters of Ise Bay, is surrounded by beautiful nature. It is the island where pearls were successfully cultured for the first time in the world by Kokichi Mikimoto back in 1893.It was opened to the public in order to contribute to local cultural exchange through the history of pearls and "Ama,” the women divers. Since then, the island has been visited by more than 50 million people from Japan and around the world.
Convention(Conference) FacilitiesThe Museum Hall can be used for meetings, seminars and speaker events, and the restaurant can be booked for private parties. There was the Partners’ Program for families of attendees to the 2016 G7 Ise-Shima Summit here as well.
|MUSEUM HALL||127||60||Please inquire|
|Restaurant Awako||299||200||180||Please inquire|
|Square in front of Pearl Museum||880||Please inquire|
Operating hours for convention facilities: 8:30～17:00（9:00～16:30 in December）
Closed: 3 days from the second Tuesday in December
Reservation start date: N/A
Wi-Fi Areas: Pearl Museum, Pearl Plaza(shop), Square in front of Pearl Museum
5 min. walk from JR・Kintetsu Toba Station
20 min. drive from Ise West Exit of Ise Expressway, via Ise-Futami-Toba Line
20 large-sized buses(pay parking), 120 standard-sized cars(pay parking)
1-7-1 Toba, Toba-city, Mie 517-8511
TEL +81-599-25-2028 FAX +81-599-25-2655