This shrine resembles the famous Fujimi Inari Shrine in Kyoto, Japan, but is by far less known.
Enjoying cherry blossoms while the world was slowly shutting down. The beautiful cover photo is from Tasha Nguyen an Hirosaki ALT~
One of Aomori's most famous handcrafts, kogin-zashi. Learn about what it is, how to make it, and the history behind this beautiful craft.
A shrine that connects the land to the sea in Hachinohe, Aomori
The history of the Tsugaru clan enshrined at the foot of Iwaki.
The cutest cafe on my favorite volcano
My new favorite place to get coffee, in Hirosaki~~
Explore the western coast of Aomori!
Kuroishi is a small town in the Tsugaru region of Aomori prefecture. It is famous for many different onsen, Komise Street, and the Tsugaru Kokeshi Museum.
Lamp no Yado Aoni Onsen is a traditional Japanese inn located in the secluded mountains of Aomori Prefecture. Keeping with the traditional atmosphere of the place there is limited to no electricity as well. The entire facility at night is lit only by oil lamp