Kenshu Center Shofuso

Address: 3-4-3 Uesugi, Aoba-ku, Sendai, Miyagi, Tohoku, 980-0011, Japan | B&B
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This B&B, 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

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WE DID: - took a train from Utsunomiya to Yamagata then a bus to Zao Onsen - used the cable car to get to the top of Mount Zao, explored the peak and went back again - Checked in to our hotel before making our way to Dairotemburo Onsen, a sulphur-laden public bath for a soak amongst nature - an incredible buffet dinner at ...

Let the Adventure begin - First stop.

A travel blog entry by kaytoka on Apr 26, 2015

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... really early here - 4:30 a.m. and goes down at 6:30 p.m. They do not do daylight savings time here. The sun is very bright and beautiful. Haven't gone to a Starbucks or McDonalds yet even though I saw 2 of them. The weather here in Sendai area has been sunny, warm at plus 22 - 24 degrees Celsius. Humidity has been 65 - 85 ...

The perils of walking alone in the dark

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

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... wait, boarded the train. I have gotten extremely fond of these Shinkansen. One reserves a ticket, gets a seat with plenty of room even for my overgrown legs, a power point nearby to charge any device, and there is even the frequent passing by of attendants with drinks and snacks.

My trip towards Sendai was extremely fruitful, as I got the opportunity to put a lot of the thoughts that had been flying around my head, seemingly without direction, to paper, calming my head ...


A travel blog entry by n6tk on Sep 06, 2014

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... and a trinket shop. Down the narrow side alleys are dozens of tiny bars and restaurants, each with only 2 or 3 tables or 5 bar stools. Then there'll be a little shrine tucked away in the back, the incense mingling with the smell of Japanese beer.
At dinner the second night our new friends, who ordered everything so we don't know what we ate, suggested a couple of days in Matsushima, one of the most beautiful spots in Japan. ...

Samurai Houses and a paradise bay

A travel blog entry by silo on Aug 11, 2014

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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 ...