Sentai city is a homely ground for numerous festivals that are celebrated around Japan. Every year the cobbled up streets of Sentai are bustled with people who are present there for enjoying the Tanabata Matsuri. It is being the largest city in the area, hosts incredible festivities depicting their local culture which forces you to stop and join them in all that charming fun. The festivals here are celebrated as wild parties. The nightlife in this city is very vibrant and lively. Here are some ways to enjoy everything.
Zuihoden was once the living area for the initial lord of Sendai domain. He was known for his love of architectures and absolutely amazing arts and crafts. After he died, this was turned into a showcase. This building itself was designed by him. You will find incredible wood carvings into the walls and panels that are made out of Sheesham by the Lord himself. It is free of cost to have a tour of the park; you can walk around the park and enjoy those scenic beauties. It also houses these long cedar trees that overshadow the path you’re walking on, making it absolutely beautiful.
Ss 30 Observation Lounge
This observation was created to give you the best and bird’s eye view of the Sendai city. It is a very small space with nothing else to check out here, but the scenes you get from the observations are something that you can never forget. I specially visited the observatory in the night and it was sublime. I couldn’t have asked for more. These observation desks sit on the 29th and 30th floor and there are two of them. The visit here is free of cost.
This is the most enthusiastically celebrated festival of Japan; it starts Every August 5th each year. It is marked by a stupendous display of fireworks in the sky. This is a four-day long festival, which is why you will find those cobbled up streets, decorated with very vibrant and opulent decorations. Most of these decorations are paper Mache. The festival is an ode to stars for happiness.