Sendai is a town in Tohoku Prefecture. It is located northeast of Tokyo on the island of Honshu. It is the largest city in the Tōhoku region and the second-largest city north of Tokyo. The city of Sendai has a population of 1,089,372 as of June 1, 2019. and is one of 20 designated cities by Japan. castle of Sendai built for the samurai lord Date Masamune on Aoba Hill in the 17th century. It is located on a hill overlooking the city and houses a museum of historic artefacts. The Sendai City Museum focuses on the history and culture of the Japanese Edo era featuring Masamune samurai armour. Daimyo Date Masamune founded the city of Sendai in 1600. The town of Sendai became known as the City of Trees because it had zelkova trees lined with major roads such as Jozenji Street and Aoba Street.
An international airport located in the city of Natori, Miyagi. It is located 13.6 km southeast of Sendai metropolis. The field was built by the Imperial Japanese Army and Sendai Airport was built as the Kumagaya Army Aviation School, Masda Branch School Training Training Center in 1940. In 1943, the Miho Army Flight Center moved to Sendai Airport and renamed the Sendai Army Flight School. The airport is connected to the Sendai Station via the Sendai Airport Line which opened on March 18, 2007. It takes 17 to 25 minutes from downtown.
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Spring and autumn are the best times to visit Sendai. Where spring is the peak for visiting hope); for couples it's autumn. No real season. Sendai has a damp continental climate. It has a warm and wet summer, while in the winter it is cold and dry. Sendai has different weather than Tokyo as it is not as hot as Tokyo is in the South and winter is much lighter than Sapporo in the North. The Sendai city is less stormy than other cities in Japan and experiences only 6 days with an average of more than 10 centimetres of rain. From late June to early July is the usual rainy season in Sendai. A cold mass with Okhotsk air mass called "Yamase" blows in during the rainy season. The Tanabata Sendai Festival is the largest Tanabata festival held in Japan. Also, the Pageant of Starlight festival. Where at this festival, the trees are adorned with thousands of lamps that last most of December. Meanwhile, the hanami festival takes place in April.
Aoba Castle - a Japanese palace located in Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan. It is located on a plateau overlooking Sendai town and is located on the banks of the Hirose River. The palace of Aoba is home to the Date clan, daimyō Sendai Domain in the Edo name. This palace is also known as Sendai-jō or Gojō-rō. The site of this palace was declared a National Historic Monument in 2003. The forest located at Aoba Castle is a heavily guarded forest during the Edo era and native virgin forest in Honshū. Tohoku University manages this forest area as a botanical garden.
Zuihoden - Zuihōden is located in Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan. Zuihoden is Date Masamune's mausoleum complex and its heirs. Zuihoden designs in the Momoyama style of decoration with delicate wood and rich colours. Masamune's children and grandchildren are buried in a small tomb of the same style. There is a museum next to Zuihoden showing some of the Date family's personal artefacts. It takes about 15 minutes from Sendai Station by Sendai bus. Daily passes for the Loople bus cost 7.76 Singapore Dollars, while a trip to Zuihoden costs 3.25 Singapore Dollars.
The Miyagi Museum of Art - The Miyagi Museum of Art opened in 1981. The collection of the museum extends to Miyagi Prefecture and Tōhoku region in general. Drawings by Wassily Kandinsky and Paul Klee are also on display at the museum.