Ranked at the top of the list of the Best 100 Waterfalls of Japan is the Akame Shijuhachi Taki, 48 Waterfalls, a spectacular series of breathtaking cascades of up to 30 meters high, located in Nabari in the picturesque Iga region of Mie Prefecture, west of the capital, Tsu and bordering Nara Prefecture.
Tsu is also home to Mie University, ranked the world’s 250 th best university Tsu is serviced by the Kintetsu Nagoya Line linking to Nagoya City 66 kilometers away, the Kisei Main Line connecting Mie and Wakayama Prefectures, and the 22 kilometer long Ise Railway Line between Tsu and Yokkaichi.
Kitabatake Shrine (北畠神社, Kitabatake jinja) is a Shinto shrine located in Tsu, Mie Prefecture, Japan. Its main festival is held annually on October 13. It was founded in 1643, and enshrines the kami of Kitabatake Akiyoshi as well as other members of the Kitabatake clan.
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The Nagoya Line (名古屋線, Nagoya-sen) is a railway line owned and operated by the Kintetsu Railway, a Japanese private railway company, connecting Nagoya and Ise Nakagawa Station in Matsusaka, Mie Prefecture via Kuwana, Yokkaichi, Suzuka, Tsu municipalities along the Ise Bay.
Best Answer: it's a little tsu (tsu being the sound if it is not little - observe ツ compared to ッ), essentially a glotteral stop (or if you want to get really technical, it is a geminate consonant) It has no meaning by itself. It is used to indicate a slight pause in between two sounds in Japanese.
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