Miyagi Prefecture, located in the heart of Japan's Tohoku region, is a blend of scenic beauty, historical sites, and urban charm. The capital city, Sendai, known as the City of Trees, offers a vibrant atmosphere with its bustling shopping streets and the historical Aoba Castle ruins. Miyagi is famous for its stunning coastline, particularly the picturesque Matsushima Bay, one of Japan's three most scenic views, dotted with pine-clad isles. The region is also known for its delicious seafood, especially fresh oysters and gyutan (grilled beef tongue). For nature enthusiasts, the Zao mountain range provides excellent opportunities for skiing, hiking, and witnessing the unique 'snow monsters' (frozen trees). Miyagi Prefecture offers foreign tourists a rich experience of Japan's natural beauty and regional culture.