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  • English News and Information in Sendai

    by japan_dennnis Written Sep 4, 2009

    Favorite thing: There is a good site with lots of information regarding places to see, restaurants etc in Sendai. It is called the Tohoku Times and the URL is http://www.tohokutimes.jp. I found it really useful.

    Fondest memory: Very pleasant and laid back city.

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    • Museum Visits
    • Festivals

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  • English News and Information in Sendai

    by japan_dennnis Written Sep 4, 2009

    Favorite thing: There is a good site with lots of information regarding places to see, restaurants etc in Sendai. It is called the Tohoku Times and the URL is http://www.tohokutimes.jp. I found it really useful.

    Fondest memory: Very pleasant and laid back city.

    Related to:
    • Museum Visits
    • Festivals
    • Food and Dining

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  • My husband and I were there...

    by yen_2 Written Sep 8, 2002

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    Favorite thing:
    My husband and I were there it was summer so, we enjoyed a lot. Place is great and the people.


    Fondest memory:
    Baskin and Robbin, my ice cream favorite. I miss it.

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    Visit Miyagi Stadium, one of...

    by bonmse Written Aug 26, 2002

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    Favorite thing: Visit Miyagi Stadium, one of 10 Japan venues for World Cup 2002. Visite el estadio de futbol Miyagi, uno de los 10 estadios de Japon para la Copa Mundial 2002.

    Fondest memory: The victory of Mexico over Ecuador (2 - 1) and the courtesy of the Japanese people....La victoria de Mexico sobre Ecuador ( 2 - 1) y la amabilidad de la gente japonesa.

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    Electronics.

    by Sharrie Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Favorite thing: Buy a digital camera like I did from LAOX. It's cheaper by at least 30% if one gets a Sony or any of the Japanese brands within Japan. On this trip I bought a Sony Cybershot P50.
    Laox is famous in Japan. It can be found in Akihabara in Tokyo & many other cities as well. A multi media discount store & located just 1 min walk from east exit of Sendai Station.
    There's also internet access here but I didn't have time to try that. Too much to do & see in Sendai!

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    Pre-arrival Preparation.

    by Sharrie Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Favorite thing: Find out all the information you need before arriving at a Japanese city.

    Please proceed to these sites for more indepth info:
    CITY OF SENDAI: City.Sendai.jp.
    SENDAI TOURISM & CONVENTION BUREAU: Sendai.Comminet.or. p.

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    Finding your way in the JR Station.

    by Sharrie Written Sep 16, 2002

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    Favorite thing: Not get lost in SENDAI JR STATION. One of the biggest station I've come across in Japan. Within the station, there is a fashion center lined with shops bearing famous names, & on the basement is a dining plaza offering all kind of cuisines & fast food.

    To master one's way in this station is quite an accomplishment on its own!

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    Shop !!!

    by Sharrie Written Sep 16, 2002

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    Favorite thing: Shop !!!

    AMS SEIBU: Featuring nearly 100 stores & shops operated by well-known domestic & overseas brands. This fashion center is extremely popular with the young people.
    Muji store is on the basement level.

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    Sendai JR Station.

    by Sharrie Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Fondest memory: Sendai JR Station left quite an impression on me. As soon as I'm out of the Station I'm further amazed by the modern & sophisticated look of this city. It's almost like a mini Tokyo except that it's a little cooler here & the crowd are smaller that those of Shinjuku.

    I like this city & I'll definitely be back in the near future!

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    Advertisments

    by yumyum Written Dec 26, 2007

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    Japanese adds

    Favorite thing: I'm always impressed by the lightend up advertisments in Japanese cities. They just look overwhelming and often you cannot figure out what they are about but they just look great.

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    English Speaking salesperson.

    by Sharrie Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Fondest memory: Helpful staff who speaks & understands English! Well, my proficiency in Japanese has not extended to electronics yet :P Hopefully, one day!

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    E-Beans.

    by Sharrie Written Sep 16, 2002

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    Favorite thing: E-BEANS: A huge variety of stores offering fashions, sports, books, music, medicines in this 9-story building. Close to the Station.

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