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Sprawled against the backdrop of the hilly landscape of the city of Motegi in the Haga District, Twin Ring Motegi is a premier venue for racing in the country. The name 'Twin Ring' is credited to the two tracks that exist at the venue: the Super Speedway, designed after American race courses, and the Road Course, which follows European designs. Built in 1997, the race track has hosted some memorable events over the years, though the track has had some design issues. See the website to know more.
Located in downtown Sendai, the Club Junk Box is a popular live music venue in the city. Playing host to a number of artists, of international as well as national repute, this concert hall offers a spacious venue for concerts. The hall measures 93.6 square meters (1007.5 square feet), and boasts an excellent sound system. See the website to know more.
Considered to be one of the premier spots in Sendai to listen to some amazing live music, Sendai has hosted several gigs of a number of national and international bands. It's calender features gigs of varied genres of music, however, metal and hard rock music dominates the listing. Desecravity, Devour The Martyr and Blunt Force Trauma are a few of the popular metal bands who have performed here in the past. So gear up to watch your favorite bands in action at Flying Son.
Located within Kobayashi Center, live music house Enn 2nd is a concert venue that hosts various local as well as international artists/ bands, covering varied genres of music. From rock and roll to soothing jazz music, its calender features music that offers something for everyone. In the past, bands like Quattro and Sebastian X have entertained the eclectic crowd gathered at the Enn 2nd.
Established in 1950, the Miyagi Baseball Stadium is one of the leading sporting venues in Sendai. The state-of-the-art stadium is the home of the Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles baseball team. It features a well-maintained artificial turf, grandstand, private boxes and a capacity for 23,000 spectators.
Situated in the picturesque city of Mito, the Art Tower is exactly what its name suggests, a tower of all forms of art. It not only houses some of the most exclusive collections of Japanese paintings, sculptures and photographs, but also encourages performing arts from Japan and beyond. Various musical performances and dramas are hosted at the Tower's Concert Hall and Theater. Check the website for admission details.