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Taiwa Campus Taihaku Campus
Miyagi University
1 Gakuen, Taiwa-cho, Kurokawagun
Miyagi Prefecture, Japan 981-3298
Miyagi University
2-2-1 Hatadate, Taihaku-ku, Sendai City
Miyagi Prefecture, Japan 982-0215

Miyagi Prefecture

Where Industry and Research Come Together for the Benefit of the People

 

Located in the heart of Tohoku, northeastern Japan, Miyagi prefecture is a pivotal cultural, industrial and academic hub for the region. Formerly the feudal domain of Lord Masamune Date, Miyagi is home to one of the first global research missions sent from Japan during the Tokugawa Era (1600-1867). Led by Tsunenaga Hasekura in 1613, the mission traveled the globe for 7 years in search of potential trade and commerce opportunities. The spirit of this global mission is embodied by Miyagi prefecture's business, government and academic leaders alike as they play an active role in the evolving global economy and society. Today's Miyagi prefecture is made up of 36 municipalities. A kaleidoscope in topographical, cultural and culinary diversity the regions of Miyagi range from inland mountain communities, vast plains renowned throughout Japan for their rice production, wetlands internationally recognized under the Ramsar Convention, to coastal communities rich in marine biodiversity and resources. Visitors to Miyagi are sure to find their own unique niche within the prefecture's diversity. And in time, a place they will call home.



Miyagi Prefecture Data


Location300 kilometers north of Tokyo
north latitude 38°east longitude 141°
Area7,285 km2
Climate13℃ average annual temperature
34℃ annual high, -4.9℃ annual low
Annual Precipitation1,233 mm
Population2,350,000
Foreign Residents16,500
Number of Universities14
Number of Students Enrolled at Universities56,500