Shiroishi Castle is a flatland-style Japanese castle in what is now the city of Shiroishi, Miyagi.
The Japanese as people are too often over generalized and stereotyped as being a people that think a
Zuihoden, in Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture is the mausoleum of the powerful daimyo, Masamune Date.
A few restaurants, shops, and a McDonald's. But you really go here to see two really cool postwar st
The Japanese Zelkova trees lining Jozenji-dori Ave. are the symbol of Sendai.
Hundreds of thousands of lights light up the Japanese zelkova trees lining Jozenji-dori Ave., Sendai
The Rakuten Seimei Park Miyagi is a stadium in Sendai, Japan. It is primarily used for baseball as t
The Tottori Sand Dunes are the largest sand dunes in Japan and Tottori's most famous tourist attrac