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Aoba Shrine is the memorial shrine of Date Masamune, located in Aoba-ku, Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan, near the site of the former Aoba Castle. The shrine was built in 1873 by petition of former retainers of the Date clan of former Sendai Domain to enshrine the deified spirit (kami) of Date Masamune under the name of Takefuruhiko-no-mikoto. This was in accordance with a practice which began in the Bakumatsu period and continued into the early Meiji period of establishing a shrine to the founders of the daimyō clan which ruled each feudal domain under the Tokugawa shogunate. Under the State Shinto ranking system, the shrine was designated as a prefectural shrine.
Katsuyama Park is a city park located in Uesugi, Aoba -ku, Sendai -shi, Miyagi. It is facing the intersection of Atago Kami -Sugi -dori and Kita -Ya -cho, and the signposts of "Uesugu -dori" and "Kita -4 -ni" have been set up to the Municipal organization in 1988. The garden of the former merchant was a park, and the zelkova, maple, cedar, and cherry blossom trees in the park convey the remnants of the garden at the time. It was also said that there was a pond in the park. The pond is buried when Uesugi San -dori is expanded, and there are no traces. The name of Katsuyama Park is derived from Katsuyama Sake Brewery.
Amitabha Temple is a Shizong Temple located in 3 Ding Mu of New Temple in Ruolin District, Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture. This deity is Amitabha Buddha. Located at No.17 Zhasuo, 33 Guanyin Spirit Field, Sendai, the original statue of Guanyin Temple is Zhengguanyin. The mountain number is Fawang Mountain, and the courtyard number is Zhengjue Courtyard. There are 24 stones in the temple territory of Edo period. Kaishan is a time when the ancestors were born. The founder is IDA Zhengyi, the fourth generation head of IDA's household.
Xianyue Academy is located in Dongzhao Palace, Qingye District, Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture. It is the Tatou Temple of Tiantai Sect Kangguo Temple, which was built by Idazhong, the second generation of Sendai vassal. Dongzhao Palace in Sendai and Biedang Temple in Pingquan Zhongzun Temple. From the establishment process, its official name is Xianyue Courtyard of Kangguo Temple in Haishan, but Kangguo Temple has been called Xianyue Courtyard since Edo period.
The Miyagi Museum of Art opened in Sendai, Japan, in 1981. The collection has as its primary focus works associated with Miyagi Prefecture and the Tōhoku region more generally, from the Meiji period to the present day, and also includes paintings by Wassily Kandinsky and Paul Klee. Artists represented include Aimitsu, Kishida Ryūsei, Matsumoto Shunsuke, Nakamura Tsune, Takahashi Yuichi, Yasui Sōtarō, and Yorozu Tetsugoro.
Bamushan Animal Park in Sendai City is Sendai City Zoo located in Taibai District, Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture. The park opened in 1965 (40 years of Showa). Located in Yagi Mountain overlooking downtown Sendai. Opposite the park is the playground Yamushan Benyland, and then to Qingye Mountain where Sendai City is located, just cross Yamushan Bridge. In 2018 (30 years of Heisei), there were 581 animals of 130 species.
Basho's Tsuji is a crossroads that was the center of the castle town of Sendai Castle during the Edo period. Tsuji intersects between Omachi -dori and Oshu Kaido, which extend from the castle gate of the castle, and was the starting point of the town discount. At the current Sendai -shi -shi -ku Ichibancho and Omachi border, a remote mark in Miyagi Prefecture (Sato's original mark) is installed here.
Shinpukuji is a Buddhist temple of Tokimyo, located in the gutter of Wakabayashi -ku, Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture. It is called Hirosawa Mushi Institute. Located on the left bank of the Hirose River. In the 13th century, it was built in Tomei -gun in Kasai territory, and under Date's control, he moved to Mt. Iwade and to Sendai. It is one of the two temples in Sendai.
Mutsu Kokubun-ji (陸奥国分寺) is a Buddhist temple in Wakabayashi-ku, Sendai, Japan, belonging to the Shingon-shū Chizan-ha sect, and is the provincial temple ("kokubunji") of former Mutsu Province. The grounds of the temple are a National Historic Site. and one of its structures, the early Edo period Yakushi-dō (薬師堂) is an Important Cultural Property.
Liugang Park is an urban park located in the hilly land of Miyagi Ye District, Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture. Rhododendron Hill has been a place name recited as a song pillow since ancient times, and the cherry blossoms planted here in Idagang Village, Sendai's vassal in Edo period, are open to the public, so it has been a flower viewing resort since then.
Ruifeng Temple, located in Jingfeng, Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture, is a Buddhist temple of Miyaoxin Temple School of Linji Sect. The mountain name is an authentic mountain. The mountain was opened by Qingyue, the foundation stone was laid by Idazhongzong, and the original statue was three statues of Sakyamuni who moved to Maoyue Temple in Pingquan.
Aoba Castle is a Japanese castle located in Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan. Throughout the Edo period, Aoba Castle was home to the Date clan, daimyō of Sendai Domain. The castle was also known as Sendai-jō (仙台城) or as Gojō-rō (五城楼). In 2003, the castle ruins were designated a National Historic Site.
The Sendai City War Reconstruction Memorial Hall (Sendai Saifukkin Kan) is located along Sendai air raid along the intersection near Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture, Hirose -dori and Bansui -dori in the western part of Sendai City. Public facilities built to commemorate the reconstruction.
Sendai Tōshōgū (仙台東照宮) is the memorial shrine of Tokugawa Ieyasu in Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan. Five of its buildings, all dating to 1654, have been designated Important Cultural Properties. The torii and gates were damaged in the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami.
Manfu Temple (Manfu Temple) is a Buddhist temple of Zhishan Sect of True Words Sect located in the southeast of downtown Sendai and in the east of Shopping Street in Huangmachi. It was built at the junction of Sendai Chengxia Town and Ruolin Chengxia Town in the early Edo period.
Sakuraoka Odaishin Shrine is a shrine located in the west park on the left bank of the Hirose River, west of Sendai City. The old business is a prefectural company. The area around the company is known as one of the most famous cherry blossoms in Sendai City.
Foyan Temple is an authentic temple of Rilian located in Ruolin District, Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture. The mountain name is Falong Mountain. The ancestors of root benefactors are mostly merchants and warriors from the Edo period.
Sendai Port Central Park (Sendai Port Central Park) is a port environment improvement facility (park) located in Minato 2-chome, Miyagino Ward, Sendai, Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan. It was maintained by Miyagi Prefecture.
Toshoji Temple is a temple of the Rinzai -sect Tofukuji school in Aoba -ku, Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture. One of Zenji Kitayama Goyama lined up in Kitayama in Sendai. The mountain name is Mt. The principal is Shaka Nyorai.
Changchuan'an is a Cao Dongzong temple located in Huangcho, Ruolin District, Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture. There are also cases where "Changchuan'an" is written in new fonts. The mountain number is Yiye Mountain.
Hunji is a temple of Nichiren sect in Wakabayashi Ward, Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture. The mountains are called Hironzan. Former Motoyama is Ono Hon Temple and Konishi Law. There is also Jiyoji in the vicinity.
Ryunin is a temple of the Soto sect in Shii -Mi -Idachi, Aoba -ku, Sendai -shi, Miyagi. The name of the "Kodai -cho" where the temple is located is derived from the name of the Sendai feudal lord, Hayashi Kohei.
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