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of what each region has to offer.


Sendai Tanabata Museum

Also in the prefecture of Miyagi, is the Sendai Tanabata Museum. To fully appreciate the beauty within this small museum, one must...

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Sendai Pageant of Starlight

Catch the dazzling lights of the Sendai Pageant of Starlight at the Jozenji-dori Avenue which is the main street of Sendai startin...

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Matsushima Fish Market

A fine place to pamper your palate, Matsushima is well-known for her all-you-can-eat oyster shacks. In addition, there are other l...

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Naruko Lacquerware

Naruko Lacquerware has been around for centuries and its crafting technique was passed down from generations to generations. One s...

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Zao Okama

The Okama is a crater lake that is shaped similarly to a traditional cooking pot. It has a circumference of 1,000 metres and a dep...

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Matsushima became the first bay in Japan to be accepted into the international “Most Beautiful Bays in the World” association in 2...

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Gyutan (Beef Tongue)

Gyutan originated from Sendai – gyu means “cow” and tan derives from the English word “tongue” and it literally means “cow tongue”...

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