Zuihoden, the mausoleum of Date Masamune, the founder of the Sendai clan
Zuihoden, the mausoleum of Date Masamune, the founder of the Sendai clan, was built in 1637.
It is a gorgeous architecture that conveys the legacy of the Momoyama period.
Designated as a national treasure in 1931, it was destroyed by fire during the war. The current building was rebuilt in 1979. In addition to the mausoleums of the 2nd and the 3rd generations of the Date family, there is also a museum on the premises that displays excavation materials.
Take the ‘Loople Sendai‘ from the bus stop No. 16 at the west exit of JR Sendai Station and get off at Zuihoden-mae. 5-minute walk from there.
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