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Other Natural Terrain Spots in Miyagi Area

  • Himawari no Oka (Sunflower Hill)
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    Miyagi Pref. Osakishi Sambongisaida
    In spring the hill is covered in rapeseed blossoms and in summer roughly 420,000 sunflowers bloom. In other words, one of the best things about this place is how it looks like the entire area is dyed in yellow. The Himawari Festival is held every year in early August where local products are sold.
  • Onikobe Kanketsusen
    Travel / Tourism
    Miyagi Pref. Osakishi Narukonsenonikoube Fukiage 12
    Visitors can view geysers at this facility about 20 minutes by car from the JR Rikuu Tosen Line's Naruko-Onsen Station. You can view two geysers up close: the 15-meter high Benten which erupts at 10-minute intervals, and the two or three-meter-high Unryu which erupts every 20 to 30 minutes. Their eatery serves Okowa Teishoku set meals featuring onsen tamago eggs with their characteristic soft whites. There's also an area where you can try making onsen tamago yourself. It's closed for winter from December to late March.
  • Sekaiyachi Wild Flower Garden
    Travel / Tourism
    Miyagi Kurihara-shi
    "A 50-minute drive from the Wakayanagi Kannari interchange on the Tohoku Expressway. This large wetland area sprawling on Mt. Kurikoma between 669 and 707 meters above sea level is a treasure trove of alpine plants. Sekaiyachi means ""vast wetland."" There are wooden walkways in the area, and from May to September, visitors can encounter Enkianthus campanulatus, Japanese azaleas, hare's-tail cottongrass, and a variety of other alpine plants. The area is particularly famous nationwide for its large patch of Nikko day lilies which color the wetlands orange with their blossoms. The area is also popular in part because of its convenience, being located just a five minute walk from the nearest parking area."
  • Mt.Okura Bokujo Ato
    Travel / Tourism
    Miyagi Sendai-shi Aoba-ku Okura

Miyagi Main Areas

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Lying along the northeastern coast of Japan, Miyagi prefecture is home to lashings of natural parks, oysters, and hot springs. While the bustling city of Sendai offers some simple city entertainment, it’s the Matsushima islands that deserve the most attention, having boosted the prefecture’s reputation as one of Japan’s most scenic views.

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