Tourist Information of Miyagi


Miyagi Prefecture is a tourist destination blessed with rich nature, including Matsushima, one of Japan's three most scenic spots, and the mysterious lake "Gokuraku-taki" in the Zao mountain range. Visitors can also enjoy historic hot spring towns and gourmet cuisine using Sendai beef. Additionally, national treasures and important cultural properties such as Zuigan-ji Temple and Godaido cannot be missed.

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Tourism in Miyagi Prefecture is full of diverse charms created by the combination of nature and history. Enjoy the breathtaking views seen from the sightseeing boats that tour Matsushima Bay, one of Japan's three most scenic spots. Feel the breath of history at the ruins of Sendai Castle, and experience the culture at the Manga Museum "Ishinomori Mangakan." Additionally, don't miss out on the healing spots of Tashiro Island and Fox Village! This is truly a special travel experience unique to Miyagi Prefecture. もっとみる

Enjoying Nature Spots

If you want to enjoy the nature of Miyagi Prefecture, why not first be captivated by the spring scenery at "Tokusenjo Mountain," Japan's best azalea spot? Additionally, don't miss the mysterious "Mikawa" with its emerald green lake surface. Furthermore, at the "Funaoka Castle Ruins Park," famous for its cherry blossoms, you can enjoy beautiful scenery throughout the four seasons. もっとみる

Recommended Summer Spots

Hot Springs in Miyagi Prefecture See more

The hot springs in Miyagi Prefecture are known for their abundant spring quality and natural surroundings. In particular, Akiu Onsen is one of Japan's three famous hot springs, where you can enjoy mild and gentle hot water without any peculiarities. Additionally, at Naruko Onsen, which boasts nine different types of spring quality, you can experience unique hot spring hopping. Don't miss out on the skin-beautifying effects of Sakanami Onsen either! もっとみる

Popular Hotels in Miyagi Prefecture See more

Accommodations in Miyagi Prefecture range from luxurious spaces that harmonize with nature to urban hotels. At "Matsushima Onsen Motoyu no Kaori" and "Takaradate Onsen Chikusenso," you can enjoy local natural hot springs like "Kaifuku no Umi" and "Chikusen no Yu." Additionally, you can relax in an open-air bath with a magnificent 180-degree view at "Minamisanriku Hotel Kanyo." The cuisine is also attractive, with "Matsushima Daikan-so" currently hosting a strawberry fair! もっとみる

Hotels Enjoyable for Families with Children

In Miyagi Prefecture, there are plenty of hotels where families with children can have a good time. At "Matsushima Ichinobo," a hot spring inn in Matsushima, you can enjoy free activities, drinks, and sweets as much as you like. At "Kichijou" in Naruko Onsen, you can enjoy the stunning views and the proud hot springs with your whole family. Additionally, at "Shunju-an Sansatei," you can savor delicious seasonal cuisine. もっとみる

Famous Hot Spring Hotels

The hot spring hotels in Miyagi Prefecture are known for their abundant natural surroundings and cuisine made with local ingredients. At Breeze Bay Seaside Resort Matsushima, an Asian-style resort, you can enjoy breathtaking views. There are also various coupons available for active resorts in the Miyagi Zao area, which is only 70 minutes away from Sendai, and for Naruko Onsen Hotel Kameya, where you can enjoy seasonal views. もっとみる

Local Cuisine of Miyagi Prefecture

Miyagi Prefecture's local cuisine is diverse, ranging from dishes that utilize fresh seafood to unique regional cuisine. Don't miss out on specialties such as "Fukahire" (shark fin soup) from Kesennuma City, "Kaki-meshi" (oyster rice) from Matsushima, and even sweets like "Zunda-mochi" (sweetened edamame paste on mochi). In addition, there are also plenty of B-class gourmet dishes such as "Gyutan" (beef tongue) and "Ishinomaki Yakisoba" (fried noodles). Visitors can enjoy delicious food and experience the local culture along with its rich flavors. もっとみる
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