The Sendai International Centre is largest convention center in Sendai, located 5minutes from Sendai Station by the subway. Sendai is located about 350 km north of Tokyo and is it the capital city of Miyagi Prefecture with a population of over one million people. Sendai is the largest city in the Tohoku Region. It is a big city where many buildings stand in lines, but shows beautiful scenes that harmonize with nature. On the roadsides of the city center the zelkova trees, a feature of the city, grow thick and rich green. The Hirose River flows through the central part of the city.
Sendai is also famous for both science and culture, being home for over 20 leading universities and colleges, research institutes, museums, and other centers of learning, Sendai is known as an "Academic City".
Sendai International Center
Sendai is a city in the northeast of Japan and the largest city of this region.
By Airplane: From Tokyo, Narita Airport to Sendai it takes 65 minutes by plane, and there are daily two flights. It is a 17-minute train ride from Sendai airport to the city.
By Shinkansen (Bullet Train): From Tokyo station to Sendai, it takes about 65 minutes to 90 minutes by Shinkansen (Bullet Train).
Tohoku is in the northeast of the main island of Japan, incorporating Aomori, Akita, Iwate, Miyagi, Yamagata, and Fukushima prefectures.