도호쿠지방최대의도시,센다이시가있으며,도시와풍부한자연의매력을동시에갖추고있다.연안은다양한해산물이풍부하고,일본삼경중하나인"마쓰시마"등관광지도많다.Sendai, the biggest city in Tohoku, is in Miyagi Prefecture where there’s a blend of urban culture and nature. All kinds of seafoods are available near the water, and there are many scenic spots including one of Japan’s three great sights, Matsushima.
1. 마쓰시마 Matsushima
Matsushima is a place of scenic beauty in Tohoku and is known as one of the three great views of Japan. There are around 260 islands in Matsushima Bay which forms an intricate and elegant scenery. Matsushima is also known as a scenic spot for seeing the moon which creates a stunning evening view of light and shadow.Google Map
2. 센다이고케시 Sendai Kokeshi (Wooden Doll)
The Kokeshi is a traditional local toy which has been sold as souvenirs at hot springs since the Edo era. The Sakunami style Sendai Kokeshi made by Akira Suzuki of the toy store, Kokeshiya, has a characteristic wooden shape using modern colors of red and black.Google Map
3. 아키우대폭포 Akiu-otaki Waterfall
A huge waterfall which is 6 meters wide and 55 meters high. The powerful view of the water falling from extreme heights is breathtaking. It's especially beautiful in Autumn. A 3.3 meter high buddhist figure is enshrined right next to the waterfall.Google Map
4. 가미와리자키 Kamiwarizaki
신의 분노로 해안에 솟은 암석이 두 동강 났다고 전해지는 명승지. 거대한 암석의 틈으로 큰 파도가 세차게 몰아치는 광경은 박력이 넘친다. 암석 너머로는 태평양이 펼쳐진다.
A place of scenic beauty, where a rock standing on the coast is said to have been broken in half by god’s anger. The view of large waves rushing through the broken rock is marvelous. The ocean beyond the rocks is the Pacific.Google Map
5. 오카마 Okama
A crater lake in the highest area of Zao Mountain Range, Okama’s emerald green water is mystic. The color of the water changes over time and strongly draws the eye.Google Map
6. 나루코협곡 Narukokyo Gorge
A gorge with 100 meter-high cliffs created by the river’s erosion. The area is a natural forest where maple, york, and water oak trees grow, and is especially beautiful during the colorful autumn leaves.Google Map