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10 Best Things to Do in Miyagi

Miyagi Prefecture, the most populous prefecture in northeastern Japan's Tohoku region, is a place known for its charming diversity, offering a rich tapestry of culinary delights, natural landscapes, a……

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Season

Unique seasonal events in Miyagi

Seasonal Experiences in Miyagi

季節体験 | Seasonal experiences

Matsushima Bay

Mt. Zao

Northern Miyagi

Sendai

Season

Recommended

Samurai temple with traditional gardens

Entsuin Temple

円通院 | Entsuin Temple

Matsushima Bay

Recommended

Throw beans and welcome in the spring season

Matsushima Bay

Shiogama Shrine Setsubun Festival

Magical winter evenings

Mt. Zao

Michinoku Park Winter Illumination

Oyster lunch and Matsushima Bay cruise

Matsushima Bay

Oyster Nabe Cruise in Matsushima

Scenic cruise with seasonal meals

Mt. Zao

Abukuma Riverboat Cruise

Snowshoeing, skiing, and snowboarding tours

Mt. Zao

Winter Adventures on Mt. Zao

Food & Drink

A sushi lover's paradise

Miyagi Sushi Guide

寿司 | Sushi

Matsushima Bay

Sanriku Coast

Sendai

Food & Drink

Authentic Kesennuma sushi

Sanriku Coast

Yuuzushi Kesennuma

Equal parts art show and adventure

Sanriku Coast

A Visit to the Reborn-Art Festival 2019

Tour an innovative modern sake brewery

Northern Miyagi

Ichinokura Sake Brewery

Distillery in the lush mountains of Sendai

Sendai

Nikka Whisky Miyagikyo Distillery

Historic seaside brewery with global reach

Matsushima Bay

Urakasumi Sake Brewery

Itineraries

A 2-day itinerary covering the highlights of central Miyagi

A First-Time Visit to Miyagi

Matsushima Bay

Sendai

Itineraries

Relaxation & Wellness

Adventure

Local Cuisine

History & Tradition

Contemporary Culture

Events & Festivals

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Access Miyagi

Miyagi is located about 300 kilometers northeast of Tokyo, a trip that takes as little as 90 minutes by shinkansen bullet train. Miyagi is also home to a ferry port and the Sendai International Airport. Direct flights are available from Taiwan, China, Thailand, and Korea, as well as major cities across Japan. A flight to Sendai from Sapporo takes just 75 minutes, a flight from Osaka just 85 minutes.