About Tenryukaku Ryokan
Located in the center of Sendai city, it is a quiet inn located on a hill surrounded by the cedar trees of Zuihoden, the mausoleum of the Sendai Domain feudal lord Masamune Date. It is approximately 10 minutes by car from JR Sendai Station and only 8 minutes to the downtown area. Soak away your daily stress in our Radon and Hot Stone baths.
We do not have any staff who are proficient in foreign languages. We apologize and ask for your understanding in advance for any inconvenience this may cause.
●Check-in 4:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. (midnight)／Check-out 10:00 a.m.
Please check in before 7:00 p.m. if you have ordered dinner service.
No-show / Day of arrival：100% Day before check-in: 50% of room charge
Every room in our inn is Japanese-style. There are no beds available, so please enjoy sleeping in a Japanese futon.
We will prepare a room for you to match the number of guests in your party. All rooms are non-smoking. There are 3 smoking areas available within the inn's premises.
Japanese-style room (En-suite bath and toilet)
A room with an en-suite bath and toilet. There are no beds, so please enjoy sleeping in a Japanese-stye futon.Non-smoking.
Japanese-style rooms (En-suite toilet, no bath)
A room with an en-suite toilet but no bath. Please use the shared bathhouse. There are no beds, so please enjoy sleeping in a Japanese-style futon. Non-smoking.
Japanese-style room (either room type)
You cannot select the room type. There are no beds in any rooms, so please enjoy sleeping in a Japanese-style futon. Non-smoking.
We put our hearts into cooking meals with fresh, seasonal ingredients.
The pictures are just an example. Meals vary based on the room fee.
There are separate bathhouses for men and women and also hot stone spas. (Seperate fee required for the hot stone spa.)
You can use the shared bathhouses at any time between check-in and check-out.
Hot Stone Spa
*Hot stone spa requires a separate fee.
10 minutes by car/taxi from JR Sendai Station, or 30 minutes by foot.
15-minute walk from Omachi Nishikoen Station of the Sendai Municipal Subway Tozai Line.
Free parking is provided. There are 20 normal-sized spaces, and also some space for larger vehicles like minibuses.