Miyagi Prefecture (宮城県, Miyagi-ken) is a prefecture of Japan in the Tōhoku region on Honshu island.
Latitude and longitude of Tomiya
Tomiya (富谷町, Tomiya-machi) is a town located in Kurokawa District, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan. As of May 2014, the town had an estimated population of 50,654 and a population density of 1030 persons per km².
Latitude: 38° 23' 35.02" N
Longitude: 140° 53' 10.00" E
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The Three Views of Japan (日本三景, Nihon Sankei) is the canonical list of Japan's three most celebrated scenic sights, attributed to 1643 and scholar Hayashi Gahō. The views are of the eponymous pine-clad islands of Matsushima in Miyagi Prefecture; the…
Matsushima (松島) is a group of islands in Miyagi Prefecture, Japan.
Sendai Station (仙台駅, Sendai-eki) is a major railway station in Sendai, Miyagi, Japan. It is a stop for all Akita and Tōhoku Shinkansen trains, the eastern terminus for the Senzan Line, and major stop on both the Tōhoku Main Line and Senseki Line.
Miyagi Stadium (宮城スタジアム, Miyagi Sutajiamu) is an athletic and football stadium in the town of Rifu in Miyagi Prefecture, Japan.
The Miyagi Baseball Stadium (宮城球場, Miyagi Kyūjō) (official name: Rakuten Kobo Stadium Miyagi) is a stadium in Sendai, Japan. It was primarily used for baseball as the home field of the Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles. It opened in 1950. In order to mod…
Aoba Castle (青葉城, Aoba-jō) 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).
Aoba-ku (青葉区) is one of five wards of Sendai, the largest city in the Tōhoku region of Japan.
Rifu (利府町, Rifu-chō) is a town located in Miyagi District, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan. As of June 2014, the town had an estimated population of 35,489 and a population density of 793 persons per km². The total area was 44.75 km². Rifu is known for it…
Tohoku Gakuin University (東北学院大学, Tōhoku Gakuin Daigaku) is a private university in Sendai, Japan. It was founded under a Christian background (specifically the German Reformed Church, which later was known as the Reformed Church in the United State…
Yurtec Stadium Sendai (ユアテックスタジアム仙台) is a football stadium in the Nanakita Park, Izumi-ku, Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan. It was built in 1997 and is home to the J. League club Vegalta Sendai and the Japan Football League club Sony Sendai F.…
Matsushima (松島町, Matsushima-machi) is a town located in Miyagi District, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan. As of June 2014, the town had an estimated population of 14,642 and a population density of 271 persons per km². The total area was 54.04 km².
Seiryuzan Zuigan-ji (青龍山 瑞巌寺, seiryuzan zuigan-ji) is a famous Rinzai Zen Buddhist temple in Matsushima, Japan—of the Myoshin-ji branch.
Shichigahama (七ヶ浜町, Shichigahama-machi) is a town located in Miyagi District, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan. As of August 2014, the town had an estimated population of 18,938 and a population density of 1430 persons per km².
The Sendai City Museum (仙台市博物館, Sendai-shi Hakubutsukan) is the main museum of Sendai, Japan.
Sekisui Heim Super Arena (セキスイハイムスーパーアリーナ, Sekisui Haimu Sūpā Arīna) (formerly Grande 21 General Gymnasium and Hot House Super Arena) is a multi-purpose indoor arena in the Grande 21 Complex in Rifu, Miyagi, Japan.
Miyagi University of Education, or MUE (宮城教育大学, Miyagi Kyōiku Daigaku) is a national university at Sendai, Miyagi, Japan. The predecessor of the school was founded in 1873, and it was chartered as a university in 1965. It is accredited by the Japane…
Izumi-ku (泉区) is the northernmost ward of Sendai, in Miyagi Prefecture, Japan.