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Date Masamune's Zuihoden Mausoleum

Date Masamune and his heirs' cemetery


In order to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus infection, the mausoleum will accept up to 100 people per hour for group customers, and 25 people each for the museum.

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Fifteen minutes away from Sendai Station on the Loople Sendai bus is Zuihoden, the mausoleum complex of Date Masamune, a territorial lord or daimyo of the Tohoku Region.

He was famous for being a powerful warlord despite missing an eye. Hence, he was called the dokuganryu or the "One-eyed Dragon." In Zuihoden you can take a walk around large trees and nature only found in Sendai while looking at Date Masamune and his heirs' beautiful resting place.

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