Although Miyagi is not huge in size, it is rich in diversity. It has both a long coastline and deep mountains, a metropolis and rural communities, contemporary art museums and ancient temples nearly side by side. To introduce you to Miyagi, we have roughly divided it into five areas plus a "Near Miyagi" category for equally worthy attractions in our neighboring prefectures.
One-of-a-kind island landscape and cultural legacy made it a must-visit for centuries.
Southern Miyagi is defined by the iconic volcano with its lake and popular fox village.
Vast fertile fields, gorgeous lakes and natural hot springs characterize the north of the prefecture.
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