Sendai

In the summer, the Sendai Tanabata Festival, the largest Tanabata festival in Japan, is held. In winter, the trees are decorated with thousands of lights for the Pageant of Starlight (光のページェント), lasting through most of December. On March 11, 2011, coastal areas of the city suffered catastrophic damage from a magnitude 9.0 offshore ...
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Sendai

A contageous virus that affects rats and mice and is similar to distemper.
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Sendai

city and capital, Miyagi ken (prefecture), northern Honshu, Japan, between the Nanakita-gawa (Nanakita River) and the Hirose-gawa. Sendai was ...
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Sendai

city, Kagoshima ken (prefecture), southwestern Kyushu, Japan, on the lower Sendai River. A communications centre since early historic times, it was a ...
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Sendai

Sendai (sendī') , city (1990 pop. 928,138), capital of Miyagi prefecture, N Honshu, Japan, on Inshinomaki Bay. A major industrial and commercial city, it has industries that manufacture chemicals, metal goods, wooden dolls, and silk yarn. Long an educational center, Sendai is the seat of T...
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Sendai

The Sendai was a Japanese Zintu Class second class cruiser of 5195 tons displacement launched in 1923. The Sendai was powered by twelve Kanpon boilers providing a top speed of 33 knots and carried a complement of 450 and one aircraft. She was armed with seven 5.5 inch guns; two 3 inch anti-aircraft guns; six machine-guns and eight 21 inch torpedo t...
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