Hotel Grand Terrace Sendai Kokubucho

Address: 2-2-2 Kokubuncho, Aoba-ku, Sendai, Miyagi, Tohoku, 980-0803, Japan | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Kotodai Koen Station area of Sendai, is near Michinoku Lakeside National Government Park and Sendai Train Station.
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        Travel Blogs from Sendai

        Day 45: Zao Onsen

        A travel blog entry by millieandjames on May 18, 2015

        3 photos

        ... WE LOVED: - getting off the bus and being told that although scientists have warned of seismic activity we shouldn't be too worried (but 2/3 cable cars were out-of-use, along with various paths and areas including the Okama crater lake) - the buffet in our restaurant serving almost everything from steak to sashimi: so ...

        Let the Adventure begin - First stop.

        A travel blog entry by kaytoka on Apr 26, 2015

        3 comments, 3 photos

        This is our first layover for a few days.  We are hoping to spend a day touring and then a day to tour and enjoy lunch with our friend Yuko. The house that we are staying at is incredibly beautiful. We are up the side of a cliff with lots of stairs and very steep small road up so no worries about getting exercise. The sun ...

        The perils of walking alone in the dark

        A travel blog entry by nbd.finn on Oct 09, 2014

        31 photos

        ... this area, but as I move towards a prime vantage point for the Pacific, I see that the path, I imagine once pristinely maintained, is completely overgrown with moss and weeds. I picture plenty of tourists coming out and following the path towards what I hope will be an amazing view of the bay area. This area is said to be one of the top 3 views in Japan, a must-see for all, which is even how the Japanese themselves view it, or so I later learned speaking to several Japanese about ...

        Sendai

        A travel blog entry by n6tk on Sep 06, 2014

        8 comments, 4 photos

        ... the town. It was damaged but not obliterated like most towns along the coast. All they worry about now is radiation sickness from the damaged power plants not far away. Our friend never mentioned this! no wonder there weren't many tourists. They're down about 75% from the usual 3 million a year. Too bad because it's really lovely. We took a boat tour, making up our own stories, as the rest of the passengers all craned to look ...

        Samurai Houses and a paradise bay

        A travel blog entry by silo on Aug 11, 2014

        23 photos

        We left the Onsen in the morning and went back to Kakunodate to visit the Samurai houses. At the station you can always leave the baggage in coin lockers, so we could make the walk through the town in a more relaxed way.

        Unfortunately it was pouring rain that we became wet - even with the umbrellas and were happy to get inside these samurai houses. They are very big, some of them even free of charge to visit

        Later we travelled ...