Zuihoden

Zuihoden © Iry

What is Zuihoden?

Zuihoden is a shrine to Date Masamune, who was active in the Sengoku period (1467-1590). The current building was reconstructed after the original was lost to war damage in 1945. In the museum, there are the remains of Date Masamune, burial items, and other replicas displayed so it is a must see for history lovers. Zuihoden is surrounded by a beautiful natural environment and you can enjoy the scenery in all four seasons.

Hours of Operation and admission fees

The hours change depending on the season. It is open from 9:00 to 16:30 from February through November and 9:00 to 16:00 in December and January. The price is 550 yen for adults and university students, 400 yen for high school students, and 200 yen for elementary and junior high school students.

Access

You can get to the Zuihoden by taking a bus or taxi from Sendai Station. Get on the bus at the number 16 bus stop at the Nishiguchi (West Exit) of Sendai Station and get off at the “Zuihoden-mae” bus stop. It is about 10 minutes’ walk from the bus stop to Zuihoden. If you take a taxi, it takes about 15 minutes from the station.




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Description: Zuihoden

Sights Zuihoden (瑞鳳殿)
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Address 23-2, Otamayashita, Aoba-ku Sendai-shi, Miyagi
宮城県仙台市青葉区霊屋下23-2
Phone / Fax Phone: 022-262-6250 / Fax: 022-262-6251
Website
Duration 1Hour(s)
Admission Fee Pay admission: 0yen


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