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The recently expanded Tsu City is the capital of Mie Prefecture, Japan, and home to about 290,000 people.
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'''Tsu''' (津) is the capital of [[Mie prefecture]], Japan, and home to about 290,000 people.
  
===Eat===
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==Understand==
Tsu city is known for its excellent unagi restaurants.
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Tsu claims the unusual honor of having the '''world's shortest pronouncable city name''' — as the "u" is more or less silent, it can be approximated in English as "ts" or "z".
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==Get in==
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===By plane===
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[[Chubu Airport]] is connected to Tsu by a ferry service.
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===By train===
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Tsu is on the Kintetsu Nagoya Line between [[Nagoya]] and [[Ise]].
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==Get around==
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==See==
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==Do==
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==Buy==
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==Eat==
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Tsu is known for its excellent ''unagi'' (eel) restaurants.
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==Drink==
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==Sleep==
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==Get out==
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[[ja:津市]]
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[[WikiPedia:Tsu, Mie]]

Revision as of 14:40, 12 May 2006

Tsu (津) is the capital of Mie prefecture, Japan, and home to about 290,000 people.

Contents

Understand

Tsu claims the unusual honor of having the world's shortest pronouncable city name — as the "u" is more or less silent, it can be approximated in English as "ts" or "z".

Get in

By plane

Chubu Airport is connected to Tsu by a ferry service.

By train

Tsu is on the Kintetsu Nagoya Line between Nagoya and Ise.

Get around

See

Do

Buy

Eat

Tsu is known for its excellent unagi (eel) restaurants.

Drink

Sleep

Get out


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