I rented a car in front of Sendai station. The first destination is Akiho no Taki(Akiho Waterfall).
There was no tourist except for me, my girlfriend, and venders preparing for opening of stalls.
The next destination is National Michinoku Lakeside Park. I arrived at the park, but because of its season, the only flower I could see in full bloom was canola.
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Most of the flowers are dead
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I didn't plan where to go after the park.
Anyway, I drove a car toward Fukushima prefecture. I went to Mt.Ryozen, which is famous for its strange rocks. What shocked me was that there was just a little rustic amusement park for children.
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Science Museum at the park
Abandoned streetcar which used to running in Fukushima was displayed
On my back to Sendai, I dropped in at Shiroishi-jo castle.
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Map around the castle
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From the castle, I could see Shinkansen "Hayabusa".
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Shiroishi Zao station
5 minutes before returning the rental car, I found a signboard showing "This is the westernmost point of Tsunami in 2011 by Tohoku earthquake".
I moved to Sendai Airport, and boarded an airplane for Kansai International Airport.
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Today's flight for every destination departed
Since the airplane landed in the airport around 22:00, I went home late at night.
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On my way home, I found the new information board at Nankai-Namba