Sendai Domain Ancestor Date Masamune's Mausoleum Zuihoden

Sendai-Han-So Date Masamuneko Otamaya Zuihoden

The resting place of Date Masamune

Zuihoden is the mausoleum of Date Masamune, the founder of Sendai and most powerful daimyo (feudal lord) of the Tohoku region. Constructed in 1637 and designated as a National Treasure in 1931, it was destroyed by a fire during the second world war; the present structure was built in 1979 and reconstructed in its original Momoyama architectural style. There is a second and third generation mausoleum on the site, as well as a museum displaying excavation materials.


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General Information

Address
宮城県仙台市青葉区霊屋下23-2
Prices
Loople Sendai
Group of 20 or more: Adult: 460 yen; High school student: 310 yen; Elementary & middle school school student: 160 yen
Group of 50 or more: Adult: 360 yen; High school student: 210 yen; Elementary & middle school school student: 110 yen
Opening Times
Feb. 1 - Nov. 30: 9:00-16:50 (last admission 16:30) / Dec. 1 - Jan. 31: 9:00-16:20 (last admission 16:00)

Closures
Dec. 31
Directions
15 minutes by city loop bus Loople Sendai from JR Sendai Station and 7 minutes on foot
15 minutes from Miyagi Interchange (Tohoku Expressway)
15 to 20-minute walk from Omachi Nishi-koen Station (Sendai City Subway Tozai Line)
Official Website
Sendai Domain Ancestor Date Masamune's Mausoleum Zuihoden
Word-of-mouth
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Contact

Contact
Public Interest Incorporated Foundation ZUIHODEN
Telephone Number
022‐262‐6250