Have you ever heard of dake-kimi? If you live in Aomori the name might sound familiar, but it’s most easily recognizable in Hirosaki! Kimi is the Tsugaru word for tomorokoshi, meaning corn. Dake is the name of the district at the foot of Mt. Iwaki. So in short Dake-kimi means corn grown and harvested in … Continue reading Dake-Kimi 嶽きみ
A shrine that connects the land to the sea in Hachinohe, Aomori
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.
The most important shrine in Eastern Aomori