If you are trekking around Miyagi and are planning on doing a stint in Sendai, there are a small number of accommodation options. 4 hotels are within 6 miles (10 kilometers).
The The Westin Sendai is around 7 miles (12 kilometers) away from the city center of Sendai. Another accommodation option is the Hotel Route-Inn Sendai Taiwa Inter, which is positioned 12 miles (20 kilometers) away. An alternative option is to investigate the Hotel Metropolitan Sendai or the Comfort Hotel Sendai West.
The extended Tohoku district is worth visiting as well. Photographers will love Tohoku's forests, lakes, mountains and active volcanos. You could also head to some of its ruins and castles. In this fascinating part of Japan adventurous travelers may also enjoy snowboarding.
16 miles (26 kilometers) to the southwest of Sendai, you will find Zao, where you can visit Sumikawa Snow Park and Takimidai Lookout. If you're planning to spend any time in Zao, check out the Miyagi Zao Royal Hotel and CHIKUSENSO Mt.Zao Onsen Resort&Spa. Or, stay the night in Tagajo, 13 miles (21 kilometers) east of Sendai, where you can choose between the Hotel Route-Inn Sendai-Tagajo and Hotel Route-Inn Tagajo Eki Higashi. If you're staying in Tagajo, set aside some time to explore the Tohoku History Museum and Taga Castle Ruins.
If cheering on sport is your passion, don't overlook a visit to Miyagi Baseball Stadium, located 9 miles (14 kilometers) to the east of Sendai. Wise travelers that are hoping to find a room or apartment close by will love the Dormy Inn Sendai Ekimae Natural Hot Spring or the Comfort Hotel Sendai East.