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It has been my plan to visit Ishinomaki after 311 tsunami. Ishinomaki was the most severely damaged town during 311. On top of this mountain, you can see that the area facing Pacific Ocean is only a piece of land without anything except a few...More
This is a great place to see the mouth of the river that runs through Ishinomaki. There's also a place to look upriver. We happened to come in April and the sakura were beautiful. Some people were doing hanami (picnicking under the cherry trees).
Come here in any season, and if you are lucky enough you will catch an old man who walks the hill alone. No, he is not a Spectre, but in him lies the ghosts of the past.
Having lost all his family members and friends...More
Walked up the steps/road to Hiyori-yama. Having stayed at Kikuchi Ryokan, the steps/road were located literally around the corner from the inn. It's about a a 20-minute hike to the top. You will be rewarded with sweeping views of the ocean and the river. There...More
The Kashima shrine is the entrance of the Hiroiyama park, it is the place were the fisherman went to pray for a safe return from the sea
The place was an escape way during the tsunami from 2011
when you are on top you have...More