Sendai City Museum
Sendai Castle Ruins
Built on Aoba-yama in 1602 by Date Masamune and destroyed during Allied bombing, Sendai-jō still looms large over the city. Giant...
The mausoleum of Date Masamune sits majestically atop the summit of a tree-covered hill by the Hirose-gawa. Built in 1637 but destroyed...
Housed in an award-winning structure designed by Japanese architect Itō Toyō, this cultural hub includes a library, art galleries and...
Bucking the trend for flash and brashness in Kokubunchō, this tiny basement bar has a mellow vibe and retro-pop soundtrack. The menu...
In business for 130 years, this teahouse is known for its zunda-mochi, pounded rice cakes topped with a jam made from fresh soybeans –...
26 Kawauchi, Aoba-ku · interesting places nearby
Sendai City Museum information
The city museum offers a comprehensive account of samurai Masamune's epic life, as well as more than 13,000 artefacts on loan from the Date family with plenty of explanations in English.