Traveling aside, life in Sendai was really mundane. On the non traveling days, there were rooms to be cleaned, dishes to be washed and food to be bought. This is a little post for some of these moments.
A must stop for history lovers, Aizu Wakamatsu is filled with Samurai bits of history everywhere, from tragedy to a beloved beautiful castle.
Yamadera is a famous destination from Sendai. A temple on a mountain, what could be more charming and traditionally Japanese.
The first place I had to explore at that time was Kawauchi. It was a typical Japanese suburb. The little houses and the thick green gave it a really charming feeling.
Sendai was the best I could have ever experienced in Japan. I think that my relationship with Japan would have been totally different had I stayed somewhere else.