Often overlooked in favor of glitzier neighbors, Sendai is a beautiful urban center with a rich history just waiting to be discovered. Visit Zuihoden, the intricately designed final resting place of the 17th century ruler Date Masamune. In life, Sendai Castle was his home, and the ruins of this historic site are now one of Sendai’s most popular tourist attractions. To truly soak in Sendai’s history, try a visit to Sakan, where the hot springs onsen (public baths) and inn have been passed down from generation to generation for over one thousand years.
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Just a short walk from Sendai Station, this upscale hotel in the city center offers reliable comfort and value within easy reach of popular attractions.