On our way to Sapporo in a September long weekend we had to make an unexpected stop at Aomori. We tried to make the most of it and explored a little in the afternoon.
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.