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Photo Gareth, who opened the first brewery in Aomori City

Craft beer from Aomori ingredients Transformed from former U.S. military personnel, brewery opened Coffee and rice are also used

 
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In 2016, it opened a brewery and bar "Gareth's Hideout" in Hirosaki City, brewed and sold more than 200 types, and wholesaled it to beer bars nationwide.
 

The first craft beer brewing in Aomori City began on the 1st.The brewer is Gareth Bar, who turned from a U.S. soldier ... → Continue reading

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Hirosaki

Hirosaki(Hirosaki) isAomoriIn the westCityIs.First in japanMunicipal systemOne of the cities that enforced.Hirosaki Domain Ofcastle townDeveloped as, and still todayTsugaru districtAs the central city ofMunicipalitiesWith a population of about 40 (2010)Hirosaki metropolitan areaIs forming.Only in Aomori prefectureNational universityIsHirosaki UniversityIs installed.

Overview

In the populationAomori,Hachinohe CityThe third largest city in the prefecture after.Edo PeriodProspered as a castle town.In the Meiji eraarmyXNUMXth DivisionIs stationedMilitary capitalandOld system Hirosaki High SchoolIs locatedGakutoIt came to take on the character as.Second World WarLater, the XNUMXth Division was disbanded.Japan Ground Self-Defense ForceHirosaki GarrisonAlthough it is located, its function as a military city has been greatly reduced.on the other hand,New universityHowever, Hirosaki University was opened andprivate universityThere are also multiple locations (Hirosaki Gakuin UniversityEtc.), even nowAcademic cityContinues to maintain his personality.Also,Metrology specific cityIs specified in.

Hirosaki CityApplesProduction accounts for about 25% of the total in Japan[1], Aiming to create a city that is particular about apples. "Apple-colored town HIROSAKI"TaglineIn addition toApple PieWe are working on holding contests and creating maps of famous stores with the aim of making it a specialty.[1]. Also,Hirosaki ParkWill be held inHirosaki Sakura Festival,Hirosaki CastleIs known nationwide, "Town of castles, cherry blossoms and applesThe phrase "" has been used for a long time ("apple" is selected as the city tree and "sakura" is selected as the city flower).

In august, the countryImportant intangible folk cultural propertiesSpecified in "Hirosaki Neputa FestivalWill be held[Note 1]..With more than 100 million people every year, it is a summer festival that represents Hirosaki City.

Geography

climate

Hirosaki (1981-2010) climate
Month123456789101112Years
Average maximum temperature ° C (° F)1.5
(34.7)
2.2
(36)
6.3
(43.3)
14.5
(58.1)
19.8
(67.6)
23.5
(74.3)
26.9
(80.4)
28.9
(84)
24.5
(76.1)
18.2
(64.8)
11.0
(51.8)
4.5
(40.1)
15.2
(59.4)
Average daily temperature ° C (° F)−1.8
(28.8)
−1.3
(29.7)
1.9
(35.4)
8.5
(47.3)
13.8
(56.8)
17.9
(64.2)
21.7
(71.1)
23.5
(74.3)
18.9
(66)
12.5
(54.5)
6.1
(43)
0.9
(33.6)
10.2
(50.4)
Average minimum temperature ° C (° F)−5.0
(23)
−4.8
(23.4)
−2.2
(28)
3.1
(37.6)
8.3
(46.9)
13.3
(55.9)
17.6
(63.7)
19.1
(66.4)
14.3
(57.7)
7.6
(45.7)
1.8
(35.2)
−2.4
(27.7)
5.9
(42.6)
Snowfall cm (inch)248
(97.6)
208
(81.9)
131
(51.6)
11
(4.3)
0
(0)
0
(0)
0
(0)
0
(0)
0
(0)
0
(0)
20
(7.9)
142
(55.9)
748
(294.5)
Average monthlyDaylight hours57.078.5126.1183.3201.4175.0160.8181.8146.2141.489.158.01,597.5
Source:Japanese Meteorological Agency[2]

The highest summer temperature in Aomori prefecture is high, and sometimesExtremely hot dayIt may be recorded, but it is cooler in the morning and evening than in coastal areas such as Aomori City.Tropical nightHas not been recorded since 1999.

Maximum temperature extremum: 37.0℃(1978 8 年 月 日 3)

Minimum temperature extreme value: -16.2 ℃ (February 1978, 2)

Deepest snowfall record: 153 cm (February 2013, 2)

Daily precipitation: 277 mm (August 1977, 8)

Most hot days: 4 days (1989)

Maximum number of midsummer days: 41 days (1994)

Winter dayMaximum number of days: 138 days (1984)

Adjacent municipalities

History

Until the Edo period

Mr. TsugaruGoverned byHirosaki Domain Ofcastle townFlourished as.

  • 1603(Keicho08 years) --Horikoshi Castle LordTsugaru TamanobuPlans to build a castle in Takaoka (Takaoka, now Hirosaki).
  • 1609(Keicho 14th year) --The second feudal lord due to the death of TamenobuShingaru TsugaruTakes over the castle construction plan.TamenobuBodhi TempleKakushuji TempleErected.
  • 1610(Keicho 15th year) --The construction of Takaoka Castle begins.
  • 1611(Keicho 16th year) --Takaoka Castle completed.Temples, vassals, and merchants migrate.
  • 1627(Kanei04 years)- LightningBy Takaoka CastleCastle towerIs on fire and insideGunpowderIgnite to big爆 発, 5th floor, 6th floor castle tower,Honmaru Palace,variousscaffoldBurn down.
  • 1628(Kanei05 years) --Takaoka is devoted to NobuhiraAmamiRenamed Hirosaki, named by the great priest.
  • 1650(Keian03 years) --Move the temple in Teramachi to the south side of Minami Tameike (due to the great fire in Teramachi in May of the previous year).
  • 1661(Kanbun4st year) ―― XNUMXth feudal lordNobumasa Tsugaru YamagaIntroductory to. On June 6, he entered Japan for the first time and started recording the clan's diary.
  • 1682(Tenwa02 years) --The Hinoguchi River (currently Hirosaki Castle Ruins Nishimoat) is fully accumulated, and the Komagoshi River (currently the Komagoshi River)Iwaki River) Make a straight line.
  • 1710(Hoei07 years) --Nobumasa died.By deathMt. IwakisanBuried at the foot of the mountain and built a shrine building Koshoreisha (MeijiFrom the first year TakateruTakaokaRenamed as).
  • 1808(culture05 years) -10stoneBe promoted to.
  • 1809(culture06 years)- Supporter OfKuroishi DomainIs established.
  • 1811(culture08 years) --The third floor turret (substitute for the castle tower) is completed.

From Meiji to World War II

After World War II

Administration

Mayor

Successive mayors[8]
代NameInauguration dateRetirement dateRemarks
Former Mayor of Hirosaki
1Kikuchi KuroDecember 1889 (Meiji 22)December 1890 (Meiji 23)
2Yoshiren NagaoDecember 1890 (Meiji 23)December 1891 (Meiji 24)
3December 1891 (Meiji 24)December 1896 (Meiji 29)
4 - 5Yoshiren NagaoMay 1896, 29December 1905 (Meiji 38)
6Osanai TetsuyaMay 1905, 38December 1911 (Meiji 44)
7Kikuchi KuroMay 1911, 44August 1913 (Taisho 2)
8Ito ShigeruAugust 1913 (Taisho 2)August 1914 (Taisho 3)
9Yoshiren NagaoMay 1914, 3 (Taisho 3)August 1918 (Taisho 7)
10 - 11Ishigooka BunkichiMay 1918, 7 (Taisho 6)August 1926 (Taisho 15)
12May 1926, 15 (Taisho 6)December, 1930 (Showa 5)
13Sadaichi MiyadateMarch 1930, 5 (Showa 7)December, 1933 (Showa 8)
14March 1933, 8 (Showa 9)March 1934, 9 (Showa 6)
15Ishigooka BunkichiMarch 1934, 9 (Showa 6)March 1938, 13 (Showa 3)
16Hideo NyuuiMarch 1938, 13 (Showa 3)December, 1942 (Showa 17)
17Unjiro KuzuharaMarch 1942, 17 (Showa 7)March 1945, 20 (Showa 12)Die
18December, 1946 (Showa 21) December, 1947 (Showa 22)
Former Mayor of Hirosaki
19Tsutomu IwabuchiDecember, 1947 (Showa 22) December, 1951 (Showa 26)
20Sayome SakuradaMarch 1951, 26 (Showa 4)December, 1955 (Showa 30)
21Tsutomu IwabuchiMarch 1955, 30 (Showa 4)March 1956, 31 (Showa 1)Die
22 - 26March 1956, 31 (Showa 2)December, 1976 (Showa 51)
27 - 30Fukushi BunchiDecember, 1976 (Showa 51) 1992(Heisei 4)/ 2
31 - 34Takashi Kanazawa1992(Heisei 4)/ 22006(Heisei 18)/ 4
Mayor Hirosaki
12006 (Heisei 18)/4/162010 (Heisei 22)/4/15
2 - 3Noriyuki Kasai2010 (Heisei 22)/4/162018 (Heisei 30)/4/15
4Hiroshi Sakurada2018 (Heisei 30)/4/16Incumbent

Mayoral election

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2018(Heisei30 years)May 4 Final turnout:53.40%

Candidate nameThisPolitical partyRecommendVotes
Hiroshi SakuradaWinningIndependent44,603
Noriyuki KasaiIndependent28,739
Satoshi HatayamaIndependent4,537

2014(26)May 4 Final turnout:38.35%

Candidate nameThisPolitical partyRecommendVotes
Noriyuki KasaiWinningIndependent45,315
Hironori ChibaJapan Communist Party10,165

2010(22)May 4 Final turnout:58.06%

Candidate nameThisPolitical partyRecommendVotes
Noriyuki KasaiWinningIndependent51,699
Soma KouichiIndependent34,314

Government building

  • Hirosaki City Hall
    • Iwaki Government Building (formerly Iwaki Town Hall)
    • Soma Government Building (formerly Soma Village Office)

Branch office / branch office

  • Higashimeya branch office
  • Funazawa branch office
  • Takasugi branch office
  • Susono branch office
  • Shinwa branch office
  • Ishikawa branch office
  • Citizen's Division Station Branch
  • Citizen's Division Joto Branch

public relations

  • PR magazine
    • Public relations Hirosaki[9]
    • Agriculture Hirosaki[10]
    • News from the city council[11]
  • PR program

legislation

City council

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This section includes some computers andBrowsing softwareCharacters that cannot be displayed with (○ The first character of Tomomi Tani is a high variant (Hashigodaka)) is included.(Details).
  • Constant number: 28 people[13]
  • Term: 2019 (ReiwaFirst Year) May 5th-1 (2023th year of Reiwa) May 5th
  • Chair: Kazue Kiyono (Kimiaki Kiyo, 7th term)
  • Vice-chairman: Keiji Odagiri (Kimiaki Kiyo, 4th term)
Parliamentary nameNumber of seatsMember name (◎ is representative)
Sowakai7◎ Juichi Ozaki, Hirohide Makinae, Taro Nomura, Takahiro Kimura, Kei Ishiyama, Masaki Ebina, Sota Fukushi
Kiba Kimiaki6◎ Tsurugaya Keiichi, Shimoyama Fumio, Kiyono Kazue, Kudo Mitsushi, Odagiri Keiji, Tonosaki Katsuyasu
Koshinkai4◎ Kenichi Ichido, Takashi Miyamoto, Gen Tanaka, Akio Mikami
Japan Communist Party3◎ Akio Koshi, Hisashi Ishida, Yuichi Konishi
Kokai3◎ Takeshi Matsuhashi, Tetsu Sato, Go Saito
Sakura future2◎ Shoichi Imaizumi, Hiroyuki Takeuchi
Independent3Chizuru Ishioka, Takashi Sakamoto, Daisuke Narita

On September 2012, 9, on the last day of the September regular meeting of the city council, the fixed number was changed from 21.28The draft ordinance was passed.The constant change has been applied since the 2015 city council election[13].

Aomori Prefectural Assembly (Hirosaki City constituency)

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NameParliamentary nameNumber of wins
Yukito OkamotoLDP5
Satoru KawamuraSeiwakai4
Harumi AndoJapan Communist Party4
SaitoLDP3
Masato TanikawaLDP2
Takashi TsurugayaDemocratic Union1

As of 2019 year 5 month 1 day.

House of Representatives

Representative nameParty nameNumber of winsRemarks
Kimura JiroLDP1Constituency

Economy

Commercial

■ Maruesu Housewife's ShopAfter closing, some stores in Hirosaki City were taken over by Universe (U Mart).

Media

Financial institution

bank

Policy financial institution

Cooperative financial institution

Securities company

Consumer cooperative

Agriculture:

  • Apples --"Tree" in Hirosaki City.The city hall has a department with the name of an apple, such as the Apple Agriculture Division.
  • Rice

Agricultural cooperative

free paper

  • VIVA Hirosaki (discontinued in 2014)

Post

Japan Post operates a postal service in the city.The following is a list of bases in the city of Japan Post.

Directly operated post office

  • Hirosaki Post Office[Collection and delivery station] (84002)
  • Susono Post Office [Collection and Delivery Office] (84062)
  • Soma Post Office[Collection/delivery station] (84080)
  • Iwaki Post Office [Collection and Delivery Office] (84083)
  • Hirosaki Honcho Post Office (84041)
  • Hirosaki Tomita Post Office (84058)
  • Kuniyoshi Post Office (84065)
  • Hirosaki Sasamoricho Post Office (84076)
  • Takasugi Post Office (84088)
  • Hirosaki Takajomachi Post Office (84089)
  • Hirosaki Oshimizu Post Office (84091)
  • Hyakuzawa Post Office (84092)
  • Hirosaki Hamanocho Post Office (84099)
  • Hirosaki Shigemorimachi Post Office (84104)
  • Ishikawa Post Office (84113)
  • Hirosaki Ekimae Post Office (84141)
  • Shinwa Post Office (84175)
  • Onizawa Post Office (84176)
  • Hirosaki Sakaizeki Post Office (84189)
  • Funazawa Post Office (84193)
  • Hirosaki Kamenokomachi Post Office (84208)
  • Hirosaki Ozawa Post Office (84214)
  • Hirosaki Shinakawamachi Post Office (84219)
  • Hirosaki Kamisukimachi Post Office (84223)
  • Hirosaki Sanzeji Post Office (84233)
  • Hirosaki Kikyono Town Post Office (84236)
  • Hirosaki Matsubara Post Office (84245)
  • Hirosaki Katada Post Office (84248)
  • Akudo Post Office (84252)
  • Hirosaki Matsugae Post Office (84256)
  • Hirosaki Josei Post Office (84258)
  • Hirosaki Jonan Post Office (84270)
  • Hirosaki Suehiro Post Office (84285)
  • Hirosaki Joto Post Office (84291)

Simple post office

  • ToriinoSimple post office(84702)
  • Japan Post (84718)
  • Mukomagoshi Post Office (84737)
  • Tokoshinai Post Office (84757)
  • Itchoki Post Office (84762)
  • Otomo Post Office (84775)
  • (84785)
  • Nyui Simple Post Office (84789)

Sister cities/partner cities

Domestic

Region

City center

The central city area of ​​Hirosaki City was developed based on the town division of the castle town built during the feudal era. 1894(27th year of Meiji),Ou Main LineAs a stopHirosaki StationWhen the city opened, the city area expanded from the castle town to Hirosaki Station,1898(31th year of Meiji)Army XNUMXth DivisionThe city area expanded to the south due to the installation and maintenance of military facilities in[14].

2015As of (27), Hirosaki city has a radius of 2.5km centered on Dotemachi.[14] A cohesive urban area is formed.

Above all, commerce has prospered since the feudal era,Meiji EraToShopping districtTurned intoEmbankmentSurroundings andPublic railwayDevelopment began with the opening of Hirosaki Station in Japan, and after the war it became a commercial area with repeated redevelopment.Hirosaki StationPrevious district(Omotemachi,Ekimae Town,Station square,OmachiEtc.), focusing on the two areasDepartment store,Station buildingCommercial facilities and restaurants such as are concentrated.

In addition,Hirosaki ParkSurroundings (especiallyKamishiroganechoとShimoshiroganecho) IsHirosaki City Hall,Aomori District Public Prosecutor's OfficeHirosaki branch,Aomori District CourtIt forms a government office district where facilities such as the Hirosaki branch are located, and connects the station square with Dotemachi and the government office district.100 yen bus(Dotemachi circulation 100 yen bus) Is in operation[15].

Embankment

Dotemachi and its surroundings have been around since the feudal eraChange of attendanceof timeHashu KaidoAs a road leading toMachiyaWas formed and became a shopping district in the Meiji era.

During the feudal era,HonchoWas in the center of Hirosaki Castle,1897Around (Meiji 30), the central shopping district moved to Dotemachi due to the effects of population growth and changes in purchasing power due to the establishment of the 8th Division of the Army.

Taisho eraIsTohoku regionFirst department store[16]"MiyagawaOpened in Dotemachi, and modern urban culture flourished.

1950 eraToHirosaki Electric RailwayOwani LineIs open.The first train on this lineTerminal stationIsChuohirosaki StationBut close to DotemachiYoshino TownWhen it opens in, the area around Central StationRed light districtDeveloped as.

さ ら に,1960 eraLater"Money Chief Takeda Department Store"Goshogawara"NakazoDepartment stores such as "department stores" began to set up stores in Dotemachi, and as a result of Dotemachi and its surroundings becoming one of the leading commercial agglomeration areas in Hirosaki City, it has been positioned in the central city area of ​​Hirosaki City to this day. There is.

Hirosaki station square

The development of Hirosaki Station, centered on JR Hirosaki Station, began with the opening of Hirosaki Station, a public railway station, in the Meiji era.After that, the city area expanded to the south due to the development of military facilities by the establishment of the 8th Division Command of the Army.[14].

After the war, a shopping street centered on retail stores was formed in front of the station,1979(Showa 54),Black marketCitizens have increasingly criticized the area in front of the station, where the cityscape has remained since the times.[17] As a result, the land readjustment project for the station square area has begun.Retail stores disappeared as a result of business, and instead large hotels andIto-Yokado Hirosaki storeCommercial facilities such as are now lined up.

From the 1980s to the 1990s, in the station square areaStation building,Shoppers Hirosaki (currently Hiroro)The current station square area is functioning as a complex center for transportation, product sales, eating and drinking in Hirosaki City.

Former Iwaki Town

2006(18)May 2, Old merged with Hirosaki CityIwaki TownIt is,Aomori Prefectural Road 3 Hirosakidake Ajigasawa LineAn urban area is formed along theKadaAround the district andIwaki RiverIt has two urban areas, the eastern urban area along the road.[18].

population

Heisei 27CensusLooking at the population change from the previous survey, it was 3.30 people, a decrease of 177,411%, and the increase/decrease rate was 40nd among the 5 municipalities in the prefecture.

Population distribution of Hirosaki, Aomori, Japan.svg
Population distribution by age in Hirosaki City and the whole country (2005)Hirosaki City's population distribution by age and gender (2005)
■Purple-Hirosaki City
■Green-All over Japan
■Blue-male
■Red-female

Changes in the population of Hirosaki City (corresponding area)
Ministry of Internal Affairs and CommunicationsStatistics Bureau CensusThan


Health

Policemen

Fire

Education

University

Junior college

Vocational school

  • private
    • Tohoku Nutrition College
    • Hirosaki Hospitality Academy
    • Aomori Hair Artist Academy
    • Sunmode School of Design
    • SKK Information Business College

high school

Junior high school

Elementary and middle school

primary school

*The following are closed schools.

Special school

Kindergarten

Facilities other than school education

Nursery
  • City
    • Hirosaki nursery school
    • Tokoshinai nursery school (closed / closed)
    • Yayoi nursery school
    • Sasadate nursery school
    • Tokiwano nursery school
    • Hyakuzawa nursery school
    • Soma nursery school
  • Corporate / Private: 69 facilities
library
  • Hirosaki City Library
    • Hirosaki City Public Library [Otemon Square, Shimoshiroganecho][19]
    • Hirosaki City Iwaki Library [Kada]
    • Hirosaki City Soma Library [Gosho]
    • ChildrenPicture bookForest [Ekimae Town]
Vocational training facility
  • Hirosaki Cooking Joint Higher Vocational Training School
  • Hirosaki Vocational Ability Development School
  • Hirosaki Washi Higher Vocational Training School

Facility

Cultural facility

Museums and museum
  • Hirosaki City Museum[In Hirosaki Park, Shimoshiroganecho]Registered Museum
  • Hirosaki Castle Information Center [Hirosaki Park castle tower, Shimoshiroganecho][20]
  • Hirosaki Municipal Folklore Museum [Otemon Square, Shimoshiroganecho][21]
  • Hirosaki University Museum [Hirosaki University, Bunkyocho][22]
  • Hyakkokumachi Exhibition Hall[23]
  • Fujita Memorial Garden Archaeological Museum [Kamishiroganecho][24]
  • Former Fujita Family Residence (Dazai Osamu Manabi no Ie) [Miyukicho]
  • Aomori Bank Memorial Museum[Motonagamachi]
  • Takateru Shrine Treasure Hall [Takaoka character Jinbano]
  • Narumi KanameMemorial Pottery Hall [Oura, Yoshita][25]
  • Takaoka no Mori Hirosaki Clan History Museum [Takaoka character Shishizawa][26]
hole
  • Hirosaki Civic Center(1,343 seats)
  • Hirosaki Cultural Center (552 seats)[27]
  • Iwaki Cultural Center "Asoberu" (584 seats)[28]
  • Civic Cultural Exchange Hall (300 seats)[29]
Learning facilities, etc.
  • Hirosaki City Comprehensive Learning Center[30]
  • Hirosaki City Machinaka Information Center[31]
  • Hirosaki Citizens' Participation Center[32]
  • Ekimae Memorial Hall[33]

Physical education facility

  • Hirosaki Civic Gymnasium (Gojikkokumachi)
  • Hirosaki City Athletic Park(Toyota)
  • Kasai Sports Center (Ishiwatari)
  • Sasamori Memorial Gymnasium (Shimoshiroganecho)
  • HirosakiB&GMarine Center (Yawata Town)[34]
  • Hirosaki City Iwaki B & G Marine Center (Kanehira Sarusawa)[35]
  • Shinwa District Physical Education and Cultural Exchange Center
  • Susonochiku Taiiku Cultural Exchange Center
  • Shimizu Exchange Center
  • Miyagawa Exchange Center
  • Kinzokucho Sports Center (Kinzokucho)
  • Minamitomitamachi Physical Education Center (Minamitomitamachi)
  • Iwaki Youth Sports Center
  • Iwakigawa Citizen's Golf Course
  • Sun Life Hirosaki
  • Spark Hirosaki (Ishiwatari)
  • Johoku Family Pool (Hachimancho)
  • Second Civic Pool (Nakano)
  • Dai 3 City Swimming Pool (Hachimancho)
  • Heated pool Ishikawa (Muramoto, Koganezaki)
  • Mt. Iwakisan General Park (Hyakuzawa character base)
  • Soma Fureaikan

Public hall

  • Central public hall
  • Central Community Center Iwakikan
  • Central Public Hall Somakan
  • Higashimeya Public Hall
  • Watoku Community Center
  • Eastern public hall
  • Shimizu Community Center
  • Ishikawa Public Hall
  • Horikoshi Public Hall
  • Millennium Public Hall
  • Funazawa Public Hall
  • Takasugi Community Center
  • Susono Public Hall
  • Shinwa Public Hall
  • Fujishiro Public Hall

Transportation

Railway line

Express Bus

Hirosaki Bus TerminalIs the center.From "Highway Bus Transportation Results under the Tohoku Transport Bureau Jurisdiction" of the Tohoku Transport Bureau of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism2005(17) Addition of the number of passengers

Transit Bus

All local buses in the city are operated by Konan Bus.

General route

  • Hirosaki-Aomori Airport Line
  • Hirosaki-Namioka Line
  • Hirosaki-Goshogawara Line
  • Hirosaki-Kuroishi Line (via Hinuma)
  • Hirosaki-Kuroishi Line (via Toyomaki and Takada)
  • Hirosaki-Owani / Ikarigaseki Line
  • Hirosaki Station-Dogazawa / Tokoshinai / Ajigasawa Line (via Takasugi / Onizawa)
  • Hirosaki Station-Dogasawa Line (via Nukatsubo / Naragi)
  • Hirosaki Station-Itayanagi Line (via Sanzeji)
  • Hirosaki Station-Ishiwatari Line (via Hamanomachinishi)
  • Hirosaki Station-Iwaka Line (via Johoku)
  • Hirosaki Station-Miyazono housing complex line (via police station)
  • Hirosaki Bus Terminal-Kanda Line (via Social Welfare Center)
  • Hirosaki Station-Nishimeya Village Hall Line
  • Hirosaki Station-Aqua Green Village ANMON / Tsugaru Pass Line * Anmon Shirakami, summer service
  • Hirosaki Station-Soma Government Building Line
  • Hirosaki Station-Kaikidaira Line (via Takaoka)
  • Take Onsen-Tsugaru Iwaki Skyline Line * Summer service
  • Hirosaki Station-Yayoi Line (via Yoshita)
  • Hirosaki Station-Kuzuhara Line (via Yoshita)
  • Hirosaki Station-Iwaki Government Building Line
  • Hirosaki Station-Fujishiro Sales Office Line (via Josai Ohashi)
  • Hirosaki Station-Fujishiro Sales Office Line (via Technical High School)
  • Hirosaki Station-Kudoji Line (via Shichu High School)
  • Hirosaki Station-Kinzokudanchi / Sakuragaoka Line (via Kikyono)
  • Hirosaki Station-Kinzokudanchi / Sakuragaoka Line (via Masu type)
  • Hirosaki Station-Koguriyama Line (via Tomita Odori)
  • Hirosaki Station-Oinomori Line (via Tomita Odori)
  • Hirosaki Station-Gakuencho Line (via Tomita Odori)
  • Hirosaki Station-Yasuhara housing complex line (via Tomita Odori)
  • Hirosaki Station-Zatoishi Line (via Matsumorimachi / Yasuhara housing complex)
  • Hirosaki Station-Self-Defense Forces Line (via Tomita Odori / Yasuhara housing complex)
  • Hirosaki Station-Self-Defense Forces Line (via Kadoke / Yasuhara housing complex)
  • Hirosaki Station-Hirosaki Sales Office Line (via Kiyohara / Yasuhara housing complex)
  • Hirosaki Station Castle East Exit-Yasuhara Line (via Arcadia)
  • Fujishiro Sales Office-Oguriyama Line (via Technical High School / Matsumorimachi)
  • Fujishiro Sales Office-Yasuhara housing complex line (via Hamamachi / Tomita Odori)

Minibus route

  • Hirosaki Bus Terminal-Sakuragaoka Line (via City Hall / Midorigaoka)
  • Hirosaki Bus Terminal-Sakuragaoka Line (via Jonan)
  • Sakurano Hirosaki Store-Sakuragaoka Line (via Hirosaki Bus Terminal / Jonan)
  • Hirosaki Bus Terminal-Tsuchido Line (via Sakaemachi / Hamamachi housing complex)
  • Hirosaki Bus Terminal-Sakura housing complex line

100 yen bus route

  • Dotemachi circulation 100 yen bus
  • Joto Ring 100 Yen Bus (Around Omachi)
  • Joto Ring 100 Yen Bus (Watoku Around)
  • Hirosaki Station Castle East Exit Ring 100 Yen Bus
  • Tamenobu Hirosaki Station-Apple Park Line (via Tsugaru-han Neputa Village) * Summer service, 200 yen for some sections

道路

Other

Tourism

  • Cycle Net HIROSAKI (paid bicycle rental for sightseeing)[36]

* "Important cultural property"Cultural property protection lawRefers to an important cultural property designated by the national government (Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of Japan) based on the provisions of.

Historic sites / parks / leisure

Shrines and temples

  • Saishoin(Doyamachi) (Important Cultural Property:Five-storied pagoda[51])
  • (Yawata Town) (Important Cultural Property: Main shrine, Karamon[52])
  • Hirosaki Toshogu() (Important Cultural Property: Main shrine[53])
  • Hirosaki Tenmangu(Nishishigemori)
  • Kumanookuteru Shrine ((I.e.) (Important Cultural Property: Main shrine[54]) (Prefectural handy: Warabitetou[55])
  • Koteru Shrine(Takaoka) (Important Cultural Property: Main shrine, etc.[56], Tachi Meiyu Seisaku[57], Tachi Mamoru[58])
  • Mt. Iwakisan Shrine(HyakuzawaAji Terazawa) (Important Cultural Property: Romon[59], Haiden[60], Main shrine, Okumon, Mizugaki, Nakamon[61])
  • Zenrin Street(Nishishigemori)
  • Seiganji Temple ((I.e.) (Important Cultural Property: Sanmon[62])
  • Choshoji Temple (Nishishigemori) (Important Cultural Property: Sanmon[63], Tsugaru family mausoleum[64], Mikagedo[65], Main hall,Backside[66], Copper bell[67]) (Prefectural Choho: Sanson Buddha and its kitchen[68],Doctor YakushiSanmon Honzon[69], Tsugaru Tamenobu statue[70]) (City designated tangible cultural property: Kuromon)
  • Kakushuji Temple (Fujishiro) (Important Cultural Property: Tsugaru Tamenobu[71] , Main hall[72]) (City-designated tangible cultural property: wooden statue of Taiko)
  • Sazaedo (Nishishigemori) (City-designated tangible cultural property. Around 1839 (Tenpo 10),Rich merchantDonated. )
  • Rinshoji Temple (Nishishigemori) (Prefectural treasure: Kushoin mortuary tablet)[73])
  • Kumanomiya (Akanecho) (Prefectural treasure: main shrine[74])
  • Gankisan Shrine (TokoshinaiSarusawa Pond) (Prefectural handy: Main shrine[75],alligator Inscription dedicated to the XNUMXth year of Keicho[76])
  • Taiguji Temple (Shinteramachi) (Prefectural handy: Main hall[77], Eleven-faced Kanzeon statue[78])
  • Enmei-ji Temple (Shinteramachi) (Prefectural treasure: Main hall[79])
  • Hoonji Temple (Shinteramachi) (Prefectural handy: Main hall[80])
  • Hongyoji Temple (Shinteramachi) (Prefectural handy: Gokokudo)[81])
  • Saikou-ji Temple (Shinteramachi) (Prefectural treasure: wood carvingAmida NyoraiStatue[82])
  • Saifukuji Temple (Shinteramachi) (Prefectural handy:Yen skyEleven-faced Kannon image[83], EnkuJizo Bosatsuimage[84])
  • Teishoji Temple ([Shinteramachi) (City-designated tangible cultural property: wooden Buddha Nirvana)
  • Great Buddha (石川Character Daibutsu) (City-designated tangible cultural property: wooden eleven-faced Kannon sitting statue)
  • Nyui Shrine (NyuiNozawa) (City-designated tangible cultural property: Shrine (former Bishamon-do) -Built in 1655, Olympic Tower- Kamakura Period)

Traditional architecture

Western-style architecture

(In chronological order)

Modern architecture (Kunio Maekawadesign)

  • Kimura Industrial Research Institute (Zaifucho) Registered Tangible Cultural Property[101],1932(Showa 7).
  • Hirosaki Chuo High School Auditorium (Kuranushicho)1954(Showa 29).
  • Hirosaki City Hall Mae (Kamishiroganecho)1958(Showa 33).
  • Hirosaki Civic Hall (Hirosaki ParkOf whichShimoshiroganecho)1964(Showa 39).
  • Hirosaki Municipal Hospital (Omachi)1971(Showa 46).
  • Hirosaki City Museum (in Hirosaki Park, Shimoshiroganecho)1976(Showa 51).
  • Hirosaki City Gardening Information Center (in Hirosaki Park, Shimoshiroganecho)1980(Showa 55).
  • Hirosaki City Saiba (Tokiwazaka)1983(Showa 58).

Old trees and rows of trees

  • Osugi (TokoshinaiSarusawa, Gankisan Shrine) Prefectural Natural Monument[102], Estimated tree age 1,000 years.Mt. Iwakisan Shrine OfOmenAccording to the shrine,Kanji5 years(1091) Moved from here.
  • Tomei cedar ((I.e.Iwasaki Prefecture Natural Monument[103], Estimated tree age 700 years.This place is related to Shugendo, and it is said that its history goes back more than 800 years.
  • Mukaitonose Mokugenji (Sendanbanobodaiju) (Mukaitonose) Prefecture natural monument[104], Is considered to be evidence of the Hirosaki Domain's Oyakuen.
  • Weeping cherry tree in Tenmangu (Nishishigemori, Tenmangu) Prefectural natural monument[105]The tree is at least 500 years old and is the oldest weeping cherry tree in the prefecture.
  • Onizawa'sKashiwa(Onizawa character Sarusawa, Oni Shrine) Prefectural natural monument[106],Mt. Ooyama Gion Shrine OfGod body.
  • Kasumizakura in the 5th year of Shotoku (in Hirosaki Park, Shimoshiroganecho)
  • Japan's oldest Yoshino cherry tree (in Hirosaki Park, Shimoshiroganecho)
  • Somei Yoshino, Japan's largest trunk circumference (in Hirosaki Park, Shimoshiroganecho)
  • A row of pine trees on the Hyakuzawa Highway and Takaoka Highway (Hyakuzawa, Takaoka, etc.) Prefectural Natural Monument[107], Developed as a worship road to Hyakuzawa Temple (currently Mt. Iwakisan Shrine) and a worship road to Takaoka Reisha (currently Takateru Shrine).

Roadside station / direct sales office

  • Roadside Station Hirosaki Sun Festa Ishikawa
  • JA Tsugaru Hirosaki Green House Mother's Shop
  • JA Tsugaru Hirosaki Hirosaki Fresh Group (Tsugaru Clan Neputa VillageInside)
  • JA Tsugaru Hirosaki Direct Sales Office Agrimarket Shikisaikan
  • JA Soma Village Special Product Direct Sales Center "Apple Forest"[108]
  • JA Tsugaru Mirai Apple Direct Sales Office Ringoya (Tsugaru Clan Neputa Village)
  • ANEKKO General Exchange Base Facility Direct Sales Store Noichigo
  • Hirosaki West District Direct Sales Office Waiwai Square

Festival

Hirosaki Four Great Festival

Other festivals and events

  • Visiting Hadaka in Onizawa (early February) --Oni Shrine City Intangible Folk Cultural Property
  • Joppare Hirosaki Spring Neputa(Late April, early May, operated for two days during the Sakura Festival until 4, but has been suspended in recent years) --Dotemachi Dori
  • Tsugaru ShamisenNational Convention (early May) --Hirosaki Civic Hall
  • Tsugaru Five GreatFolk songTournament (May 5) --Hirosaki Civic Hall
  • Iwaki nationwide凧Fried food competition (early May) --Iwaki B & G Marine Center
  • Tsugaru Road Romantic International Two-day March (Early May-Mid)
  • All Japan Apple Oiwake Contest (Mid May)
  • Evening Palace (early June-September)
  • Hirosaki Citizens Fireworks Gathering (Mid June) --Iwaki RiverRiverbed・ Athletic park
  • Yosakoi Tsugaru(Late June) --Dotemachi Street
  • Star Festival in Soma (Mid July) --Romantopia Soma of Stars and Forests
  • (HyakuishichoSummer Night Store Festival (late July) --Hyakkacho Dori
  • Fashion koshien・ National High School Fashion Design Championship (during August)
  • Ekimae-sama-festa (mid-August-late)-Ekimae-dori
  • Visit to the mountains (early September, August 9st of the lunar calendar) --Important Intangible Folk Cultural Property
  • Culture Road (early September)-Dotemachi Street
  • Hirosaki Apple Harvest Festival (late September) --Apple Park
  • Tsugaru Food and Industry Festival (Mid October) --Kokusetsu Training Center
  • Hirosaki Apple Halloween (late October) --Ekimae
  • Hirosaki Electrical Fantasy (December 12st-End of February) --City Hall / Otemon Square --Dotemachi --Around Hirosaki Station (Illuminations and Western-style building)light up)
  • Candle Festival (January 1th of the lunar calendar) --Sawada district

Specialty and confectionery

traditional Cousine

Traditional crafts

Name water

  • Gozensui (Yoshino Town) When Emperor Meiji visited Hirosaki, it was used for cooking and tea, and is called Gozensui.
  • Tomita no Shitsuko(Yoshino Town)One hundred famous waters
  • Ochanomizu (石川2-114 Nishinosawa) Located on the hillside of Mt. Obiraki on the border between Hirosaki and Owani.Emperor MeijiDrank tea.
  • Shimizu Kannonsui (SakurabaSotoyama 948) It was called Kiyomizukannon,Divine Buddha separationIt became Taga Shrine.
  • Dogahira Katsura Shimizu (Osawa Dogahira) The place of study.
  • Mikami water (Hyakuzawa) Mt. Iwakisan It is on the far left in front of the tower gate of the shrine.
  • Spring water of Kosugisawa (Hyakuzawa Higashi Mt. Iwakisan)
  • Haguro Shrine Reisen (MiyajiAza Miyamoto 350) It is said that the eye disease will be cured.

Sports

Works set in Hirosaki

Native celebrity

Cultural person

Entertainment/Media

athlete

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注 釈

  1. ^ However, 2020 and 2021 were canceled due to the spread of the new coronavirus infection.
  2. ^ At this point, in addition to Paper Town, Honmachi, Dotemachi, Sagara Town, Former Carpenter Town, Former Naga Town, Shiobun Town, Kamisayashimachi, Mori Town, Kakusen Town, Momori Town, Nishimomori Town, Momori Shin Town, Furuhori Town , Furuhori Shinwaricho, Shinteramachi, Shinteramachi Shinwaricho, Kitashinjicho, Dotemachi, Shinagawacho, Yamamichicho, Sumiyoshicho, Shinkawacho, Blacksmith Town, Shinwaricho, Kitagawabatacho, Okeyacho, Doyamachi , Minamikawabata Town, Matsumori Town, Doyamachi Town, Shintera Town, Tomita Town, Tomita Shin Town, Watoku Town, Kita Yoko Town, Tea Field Town, Tea Field Shinwari Town, Daikan Town, Ueda Town, Midori Town, Kayachi Town, Minami Taraga Town , Kamisayashimachi, Nakagawaracho, Kitagawaramachi, Minamiyanagicho, Sakamotocho, Nishikawagishicho, Tashirocho, Yamashitacho, Kitayagicho, Minamiyokocho, Tondacho, Doyamachi Town, Ichibancho, Hyakusekicho, Hyakusekichokoji, Tonagacho, Motojicho, Mototeramachikoji, Kamisayashimachi, Shimosayashimachi, Guncho, Shimoshirogincho, Sasamoricho, Nagasakacho, Doyamachi, Oura Town, Tondacho, Tamachi, Naragicho, Young Party Town, Dwarf Town, Kasuga Town, Kamiko Town, Bakuro Town, Takasho Town, Baya Town, Nishi Carpenter Town, Shin Town, Komagoshi Town, Hiraoka Town, Igarashi Town, Bagu Town, There are Konya-cho and Hamano-cho.

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  18. ^ Hirosaki Wide Area City Planning Area Development, Development and Conservation Policy (Hirosaki Wide Area City Planning Area Master Plan) --Aomori Prefecture (January 24)
  19. ^ Hirosaki City Library --Hirosaki City
  20. ^ Hirosaki Castle Information Center --General Incorporated Foundation Hirosaki City Green Association
  21. ^ Hirosaki Municipal Folklore Museum --Hirosaki City
  22. ^ Hirosaki University Museum --Hirosaki University
  23. ^ Hyakkokumachi Exhibition Hall --Hirosaki City
  24. ^ Fujita Memorial Garden > Takumikan (Archaeological Museum) --General Incorporated Foundation Hirosaki City Green Association
  25. ^ Narumi Kaname Memorial Pottery Hall --Hirosaki City
  26. ^ Takaoka no Mori Hirosaki Clan History Museum --Hirosaki City
  27. ^ Hirosaki Cultural Center --Hirosaki City
  28. ^ Iwaki Cultural Center Asoberu --Hirosaki City
  29. ^ Civic Cultural Exchange Hall --Hirosaki Ekimae Public Facility Hiroro Square
  30. ^ Hirosaki City Comprehensive Learning Center --Hirosaki City
  31. ^ Hirosaki City Machinaka Information Center
  32. ^ Hirosaki Citizens' Participation Center --Hirosaki City
  33. ^ Ekimae Memorial Hall --Hirosaki City
  34. ^ Hirosaki City B & G Marine Center --Blue Sea and Green Land Foundation
  35. ^ Hirosaki City Iwaki B & G Marine Center --Blue Sea and Green Land Foundation
  36. ^ Cycle net --Hirosaki Tourism and Convention Bureau
  37. ^ Itabi Pagoda --Hirosaki City
  38. ^ Hirosaki Castle castle tower --Hirosaki City
  39. ^ Miniature structure --Hirosaki Tourism and Convention Bureau
  40. ^ Zuirakuen Official Website
  41. ^ Yokien Garden Yokian --Hirosaki City
  42. ^ Former Kikuchi Garden (Hirosaki Akira no Hoshi Kindergarten Garden) --Hirosaki City
  43. ^ Narita family garden --Hirosaki City
  44. ^ Sadasho-ji Garden --Hirosaki City
  45. ^ [Official] Romantic star and forest pier
  46. ^ Hirosaki Castle Botanical Garden --General Incorporated Foundation Hirosaki City Green Association
  47. ^ Yayoi Ikoi Square --General Incorporated Foundation Hirosaki City Green Association
  48. ^ Apple park --Hirosaki City
  49. ^ Children's Forest --General Incorporated Foundation Hirosaki City Green Association
  50. ^ "Takane Recreation Forest”. Hirosaki City Green Association. As of July 2018, 7オ リ ジ ナ ルMore archives.2020/4/25Browse.
  51. ^ Saishoin Five-storied Pagoda --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  52. ^ Hirosaki Hachimangu Main Hall, Karamon --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  53. ^ Toshogu main shrine --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  54. ^ Kumanookuteru Shrine main shrine --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  55. ^ Warabitetou --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  56. ^ Takateru Shrine main shrine, middle gate, west eaves corridor, east eaves corridor, worship hall and our shrine --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  57. ^ Tachi Meiyu Seisaku --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  58. ^ Tachi Mei Shinmori --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  59. ^ Mt. Iwakisan Shrine Tower Gate --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  60. ^ Mt. Iwakisan Shrine Haiden --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  61. ^ Mt. Iwakisan Shrine Main Hall, Okumon, Mizugaki, Nakamon --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  62. ^ Oshoji Temple Sanmon --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  63. ^ Choshoji Sanmon --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  64. ^ Tsugaru family Mausoleum Kanzuki 臺, Blue Cliff Record, Meikyou 臺, Hakuun 臺, Ryoun 臺 --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  65. ^ Choshoji Mikagedo --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  66. ^ Choshoji main hall, Kuri --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  67. ^ Bronze bell --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  68. ^ Sanson Buddha and its kitchen --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  69. ^ Yakushi Nyorai Sanmon Honzon --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  70. ^ Tsugaru Tamenobu statue --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  71. ^ Tsugaru Tamenobu --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  72. ^ Kakushuji Main Hall --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  73. ^ Kushoin mortuary tablet --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  74. ^ Kumanomiya main hall --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  75. ^ Gankisan Shrine main shrine --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  76. ^ Waniguchi Keicho XNUMXth year dedication inscription --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  77. ^ Taiguji main hall --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  78. ^ Eleven-faced Kanzeon statue --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  79. ^ Enmyoji Main Hall --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  80. ^ Hoonji Main Hall --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  81. ^ Hongyoji Temple Gokokudo --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  82. ^ Wood carving Amida Nyorai statue --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  83. ^ Eleven-faced Kannon image --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  84. ^ Jizo statue --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  85. ^ Hirosaki City Nakacho Traditional Buildings Preservation Area --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  86. ^ Ishiba Family Residence --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  87. ^ Former Ito Family Residence --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  88. ^ Former Iwata Family Residence --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  89. ^ Former Aomori Prefectural Ordinary Junior High School Main Building --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  90. ^ Former Tooku Gijuku Foreign Teachers' Hall --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  91. ^ Former Fifty-nine Bank Main Store Main Building --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  92. ^ Japanese Christian Church Hirosaki Church Church --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  93. ^ Former Hirosaki City Library --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  94. ^ Hirosaki Gakuin Foreign Missionary Hall --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  95. ^ Former Hirosaki Kairyosha --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  96. ^ Former XNUMXth Division Chief Office (Hirosaki Mayor's Office) --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  97. ^ Hirosaki Anglican Church of Japan --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  98. ^ Former Fujita family villa Western-style building --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  99. ^ Old system Hirosaki High School Foreign Teachers' Hall --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  100. ^ Former Hirosaki Inexhaustible Office Building (Mikami Building) --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  101. ^ Kimura Industrial Research Institute --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  102. ^ Osugi --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  103. ^ Tomei cedar --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  104. ^ Mukaitonose Mokugenji (Sendanbanobodaiju) --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  105. ^ Weeping cherry tree in Tenmangu --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  106. ^ Onizawa's Kashiwa (Onigami Kashiwa) --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  107. ^ A row of pine trees on the Hyakuzawa Highway and Takaoka Highway --Aomori Prefectural Office website
  108. ^ Special product direct sales office "Apple Forest" --JA Group
  109. ^ Aomori Prefecture Regional Industry Division/Aomori Prefecture Traditional Crafts
  110. ^ Hirosaki Castle Combined Robot "Super Castle Combined Tameno Boon V" Appears J-Create Co., Ltd. "Sightseeing Re: Design"
  111. ^ Super Castle Combined Tameno Boon VHirosaki City Official Website

Related literature

  • "Tsugaru Hirosaki Examination Official Guidebook" edited by Tsugaru Hirosaki Examination Executive Committee,20081 month.

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