Hotel Green Mark
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Green Mark Sendai
This hotel is only about a 5 minute walk from the main train station. The neon sign is only in Japanese but the name is written in English on the building when you stand in front of the hotel. We were lucky enough to have GPS on our phones and could read the sign in Japanese but if this isn't the case for you, make sure you print out a map. Once you're on the main street it's only one right turn and one left and it's at the end of the block. The room is the standard size for Japan but might seem small to those not used to it. Everything was very clean and we would definitely stay here again. I also recommend booking a free tour guide from the Gozain Volunteer English group to get the most out of your time in the area.
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