"GOZAIN" is a volunteer tour guide group located in Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan.
"GOZAIN" means "You are welcome to visit us." It is our Miyagi dialect.
We warmly share our hospitality and knowledge as guides. We use English to communicate with international visitors and residents. We are always willing to help you get the most out of your visit to the “City of Trees" Sendai and nearby Matsushima areas, regarded as one of the "Three Most Scenic Spots of Japan."
"GOZAIN" group is part of the Sendai Tourism Volunteer Guide Network, which is overseen by SenTIA(Sendai Tourism, Convention and International Association). It is also part of the International Activity Network of MIA ( Miyagi International Association.)
Date 3 major sightseeing spots in Sendai.
Site of Sendai Castle,
Ohsakihachimangu shinto shrine.
Caltural assets in Matsushima areas.
Entsuin temple & mausoleum,
Kanrantei tea house,
Matsushima bay cruise etc.
Learn about the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami of 11 March 2011.
Visit Tsunami hit areas near
Sendai, Matsushima or Ishinomaki.
Information desk services.
Sendai Tanabata Festival event
International conference travel
If you are interested in "GOZAIN", please visit our regular meeting of "English study" & "Saturday Salon" of the regular meeting schedule here(ホーム日本語) . You can visit two times without becoming a member. Details are shown in "Join".
Top photos show our guide spots in Sendai & Matsushima. A view of Sendai city from the Castle Site, the Statue of Date Masamune on horseback in the site of Sendai Castle, the Zuihoden mausoleum, the Osakihachimangu shinto shrine (national treasure), the Matsushima bay, the Godaido worship hall, the Zhuiganji temple-the Main Hall & the Temple Kitchen (both national treasure), the dry landscape garden in the Entsuin temple & mausoleum, the Kanrantei tea house, the preserved ruins of Sendai Arahama Elementary School, the Statue of Arahama-Jiseikannon the Goddess of Mercy in Arahama and the Ganbaro Ishinomaki signboard in the Tsunami affected areas in Sendai and Ishinomaki.
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