Saigyo Modoshi no Pine Park
Saigyo Modoshi no Pine Park
Saigyo Modoshi no Pine Park
Saigyo Modoshi no Pine Park
Saigyo Modoshi no Pine Park
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Saigyo Modoshi no Pine Park is located in Matsushima town, Miyagi District, Miyagi Prefecture, and is known as one of the most scenic places in Matsushima, one of the three most scenic places in Japan.
The name of the park comes from the story of Saigyo, a famous Buddhist monk and poet, who was on his way to train himself on foot in various countries when he lost in a Zen dialogue with a child and gave up going to Matsushima.

The park is planted with 260 cherry trees and is known as a Sakura viewing spot in spring. The Scenic Look Observatory, located just outside the parking lot, offers a spectacular natural view of Matsushima Bay over the cherry blossoms.
The park also attracts many visitors to view autumn leaves during the fall season.

  • Address

    Inuta-2 Matsushima, Miyagi District, Miyagi 981-0213

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  • Entry fee

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  • Opening Hours

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  • Closed

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  • Website

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  • Best Season

    Mar., Apr., Oct., Nov.

  • Point

    Free parking for 150 cars.

  • Nearest Station/IC Access

    Sendai Station → Enter Kawada's Sendai Tobu Road from Shintera Street and Prefectural Road 137 → Follow Sendai Tobu Road and Sanriku Expressway and exit Sanriku Expressway at “Matsushima Kaigan IC” → Enter Prefectural Road 144 → “Westbound” on your right When you see the information board of "Saigyo Modoshi no Matsu Park", turn right → Follow the road (about 40 minutes)

    Matsushima Kaigan Station → Prefectural Road 144 → Turn left when you see the information board for “Saigyo Modoshi no Matsu Park” on your left → Follow the road (about 20 - 30 minutes)

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