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Bansuitei Ikoiso Ryokan is located in the center of Sendai, the largest city in the Tohoku region.
Also known as the "City of Trees", Sendai is a complex of nature and metropolitan streets.
In addition to business or sightseeing, there are many different ways to enjoy your trip, such as trying out the various food around, shopping, outdoor activities, and learning about history.
In order for our guests to experience traditional Japanese culture, we will provide thorough service and hospitality with our clean Japanese-style rooms (washitsu) and Japanese-style breakfast made with local ingredients.

��Check-in 3:00 - 11:00 p.m. �� Check-out 10:00 a.m.


There are 14 Japanese-style rooms in total. We have 5 types of rooms.
All guest rooms are non-smoking, and each one has a different interior design.

Japanese-Style Standard Room

2 or 3 futon beds

Japanese-Style Superior Room

2 or 3 futon beds

Japanese-Style Superior Room

1 or 2 futon beds

Japanese-Style Economy Room

1 or 2 futon beds

Japanese-Style Economy Room

1 futon bed

Guest Room Equipment and Amenities

  • Air conditioning and heating
  • LCD Television
  • Free WiFi
  • Yukata
  • Hair dryer
  • Toothbrush
  • Bath towel
  • Face towel
  • Shampoo
  • Conditioner
  • Body soap


Brekfasts are in traditional ryokan fashion; we will prepare trays for Japanese banquets.
We use local ingredients from the bountiful land of Miyagi, a plain surrounded by sea and mountains.

1st floor Basho 7:00-8:30 a.m. Available by reservation

Please reserve breakfast by noon.
You can wear your yukata as you eat.
We do not have a vegetarian menu.


Specially grown sasanishiki rice produced in Miyagi prefecture

Sendai Miso

Our miso soup is made with Sendai miso

Sasa kamaboko (A bamboo leaf shaped fish cake)

Sendai specialties


Roasted Green tea organically grown in Shizuoka prefecture


Salted laver produced in Ariake


Public baths are separated into men's and women's baths.

5:00 - 11:30 p.m. 6:30 - 8:30 a.m.

Men's Bath

The men's bath is an American-made jacuzzi. The strong massage will sooth a body tired from travel.

Women's Bath

The women's bath is made of "Towadaishi",a type of rock which is gentle on skin. From the bath, you can see a small Japanese garden. It is a place for relaxation.



JR Sendai Station

Loople Sendai Sightseeing Loop Bus

Sendai Tanabata Festival


Matsushima, one of the Three Views of Japan

Okama Crater on Mount Zao