A 1 -minute walk from Taikantei bus stop or 10-minute walk from Matsushima-Kaigan Station.
A scenic and historically significant temple, built in 807 and rebuilt in 1604, overlooking Matsushima Bay.
A 10-minute walk from Godaido Temple.
Take a long red bridge to the island and enjoy the natural botanical garden along with more views of the bay.
A 5-minute walk from Taikntei bus stop or Less than a 10-minute walk from Matsushima-Kaigan Station.
Built in 1646 to mourn the unfortunate death of 19-year-old Date Mitsumune, the grandson of famous feudal lord Date Masamune.
Located next to Entsuin Temple.
A 1 -minute walk from Taikantei bus stop or 7-minute walk from Matsushima Kaigan station.
Originally built in 828, this prominent temple was restored by feudal lord Date Masamune in 1609 as his family temple. Among many beautiful structures and treasures lies Masamune's armor and golden sliding doors.
Date Masamune Historical Museum
A 5-minute walk from Godaido Temple.
Learn about the history of how Date Masamune founded the city of Sendai and became one of the most powerful and influential feudal lords in the history of Japan.
Matsushima Fish Market
Located next to the Date Masamune Historical Museum.
Be sure to try Matsushima's famous oysters at this massive fish market!
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