Front of the AER Building near Sendai Station If you have the time to enjoy a great view of Sendai, than look no further than the AER Building. At over 140 meters in height, it was the tallest building in Sendai, and the entire Tohoku Region until 2008 when the 37 floor Sendai City Trust Tower took the title.
The Akiuotaki Botanical Gardens, have about 200 species of plants an flowers around the vegetation of the foothills and mountains of Miyagi prefecture, has Ue-sai exhibition plants of 15,000. The time of the autumn leaves and season azaleas and rhododendrons bloom, it is exceptionally vivid. Other, there is also a bamboo blind and waterfalls charcoal hut in the park, it is an ideal place for stroll and nature observation of the four seasons.
Aoba Castle is located on a plateau overlooking the city of Sendai on the opposing bank of the Hirose River. The site is protected by cliffs to the south and east, and by a deep forest to the west. This forest was strictly guarded in the Edo period and is a rare survivor of the original virgin forests in Honshū.
Toward Sendai station from Green Mountain Park is a river on the way over. Aoba-Yama Park, across the River Bridge, was a very respectable. When I visited Sendai at the end of January and very cold, and there was still snow scenery of the River was very nice.
Izumigatake is located on the south-eastern slopes of Mt Izumigatake to the north-west of central Sendai city in the western region of central Miyagi Prefecture. It can be seen from Sendai city on a clear day. The Spring Valley Izumi Kogen ski hill is located just to the north on the same mountain.
Kotodai Park Kotodai Park is in the city center, near Sendai City Hall, Miyagi Prefectural Office and many national government branch offices, and only a few-minutes’ walk from Ichibancho shopping streets and Tohoku’s busiest business district, Kokubuncho.
Mount Funagata (船形山, Funagata-yama) is a mountain within the Ōu Mountains on the border of Miyagi Prefecture and Yamagata Prefecture in the Tōhoku region of northern Japan. It is listed as one of the "200 famous mountains of Japan" and has a height of 1,500.34 metres (4,922.4 ft).
The mountain is 1,500 m high and is the highest point in the Funagata volcano and Sendai. The mountain is called Mount Goshozan in Yamagata. Other mountains that compose the Funagata volcano include Mount Ushiroshirahige, Mount Mitsumine, and Mount Izumigatake.
Nishi Koen Park is the oldest city park in Sendai city, which was Opening in 1875. It was referred to as a Sakura~keoka park at the time, but the name was changed to the current Nishi Koen Park came to be called Nishi Koen Park from the fact that it is on the west side of town.
Sendai Daikannon (仙台 大観音), located in Sendai, Japan, is the tallest statue of the gem-bearing Nyoirin Kannon (如意輪 観音) form of Kannon (観音) in the world, the tallest statue of a goddess in Japan, and as of 2008 the sixth-tallest statue in the world at 100 metres (330 ft).
Shiogama Jinja (鹽竈神社) is a Shinto shrine in the city of Shiogama, Miyagi Prefecture, in the Tōhoku region of northern Japan. Known from the ninth century, fifteen of its buildings have been designated Important Cultural Properties. It is the head shrine of several hundred Shiogama shrines located throughout Japan.
Spring Valley Izumi Kogen is located on the northern slopes of Mt Izumigatake to the north of Sendai city in Miyagi Prefecture. It can be seen from Sendai city on a clear day. Easy access from central Sendai makes this a popular ski hill, with the nighta operations being particularly popular. Spring Valley Izumi Kogen first opened in 1991.
Taga Castle (多賀城, Tagajō ato) is the site of a Nara period jōsaku-style Japanese castle in what is now part of the town of Tagajō in Miyagi prefecture in the Tōhoku region of far northern Honshu, Japan. Bashō tells of his visit to the site in Oku no Hosomichi.
This is one of Japan’s most vaunted public art museums due to its great size. The museum holds a variety of works, mostly Japanese and Western style paintings, block prints, sculptures and crafts by artisans related to Miyagi Prefecture and the Tohoku area, but also foreign works by the likes of Kandinsky and Klee.
A solemn atmosphere wafts over the deep, luxuriant greenery of Yama-dera. Matsuo Basho, the haiku master was enchanted by this natural beauty. “Calm and serene. The sound of a cicada. Penetrates the rock.” This poem, known to all Japanese people, was composed by Basho in 1689 when he visited Yama-dera.