Shima Spain Village

Known officially as Parque Espana, which means “Park of Spain” in Spanish, this amusement park transports you the country of sun and passion instantly with its faithful reproduction of Spanish streetscapes. Challenge yourself to the Pyrenees, the world’s fastest suspended roller coaster, or dance together in colorful boisterous parade. Alternatively, take a brief walk through history as you enter the Museo Castillo de Xavier, a replica of the birthplace of Francis Xavier, the man who introduced Christianity to Japan. Besides restaurants and cafes that offer authentic Spanish cuisine like the hearty paella, there is also a shopping area where visitors can buy goods imported from Spain or create their personalized ornaments. End your visit on an exciting note with the extravaganza of fireworks and music at night.

Shima Spain Village

AddressSakazaki 952-4, Isobecho, Shima-shi, Mie 517-0212
Open9:00 am~5:30 pm
*times vary depending on season. Please see official calendar for specific dates:
Shima Spain Village Calendar
ClosedJune 26~30
January 15th~February 9th
WebsiteShima Spain Village
AccessBy Train:
Kintetsu Limited Express:

Osaka Namba/Osaka Uehonmachi to Ugata 2 h 30 min

Kyoto to Ugata 2 h 40 min

Nagoya to Ugata 2 h

13 min direct bus ride from Ugata Station to Shima Spain Village (Board at No.5)

By Car:
20 min drive from Toba-minami Shiraki IC on Second Ise Expressway
Parking4200 spaces available
Entrance FeeFor current prices please see the Shima Spain Village website Shima Spain Village Ticket Guide
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