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Aomori

Aomori(Aomori prefecture,British: Aomori Prefecture) IsJapan OfTohoku regionに 位置 す るPrefecture.Prefectural office location TheAomori.

PrefecturalpopulationIs the 31st place in Japan,areaIs 8th in Japan.Regulatory country OfMutsu(Mutsukununi, Rikuonokuni) The northern part.

Overview

Aomori PrefectureTohoku regionas well as the HonshuIs also the northernmost part ofIwate,AkitaincludingNorth tohokuIs a prefecture. The prefecture's population is about 125 million, about 1 of Japan's total population.%The prefecture has an area of ​​9,644km2It occupies about 2.5% of the country. There are 40 municipalities in the prefecture, including 10 cities, 22 towns, 8 villages, and 8 counties. 52% of the prefecture's population is AomoriHachinohe City,HirosakiLive in.

EastThe Pacific Ocean, WestSea of ​​Japan, NorthTsugaru StraitTo face. To the south of the Pacific OceanIwateBut to the south of the Sea of ​​Japan sideAkitaAdjacent to the other side of the Tsugaru StraitHokkaidoIs located. The central part of the straitHigh seas[1](However,Japan's exclusive economic zone[2]), but diving in the StraitSeikan TunnelIs also under the high seasterritoryAnd hereHigashitsugaru-gunSotogahama TownAnd HokkaidoMatsumae-gunFukushima TownAre adjacent[Annotation 1].

Straddle Akita Prefectureworld HeritageShirakami SanchiIn addition to havingScenic spotsLake TowadaIncludingMt. Hakkoda,Mt. Iwakisan,Shimokita Peninsula OfFotsugauraThere are many natural environments left. In the central part of Aomori prefectureOu MountainsRuns vertically, on the west sideTsugaru districtAnd the east sideSouthern region(Sanpachi region, Kamikita region, Shimokita region) have different history, climate, culture and climate.

Aomori Prefecture is one of the leading in JapanAgriculture:Is a prefecture of production,Food self-sufficiency Thecalorie118% on a base[3].. The main shipping items areApple,Chinese yam,garlicIs the largest production volume in Japan. One of the highest catches in the country in the fishing industryHachinohe fishing portThere,サ バ,squidIs the number one landed in Japan and is shipped nationwide.

In the southern part of the prefecture, there is the Hachinohe Seaside Industrial Zone constructed by national policy, where thermal power plants, paper mills, electrical equipment factories, shipyards and related industries are located. Mutsu in the Shimokita PeninsulaLake OgawaraSurrounding (Rokkasho Village) To the east (Mutsu City), north (Oma Town) Interspersed with nuclear facilities, which is a national policy project (including facilities that are under construction or not in operation).Nuclear fuel cycleOperate and construct facilitiesJapan Nuclear FuelIs also a major company in the prefecture.In addition, with international cooperationNuclear fusionTo studyITERRelated facilities,Nuclear power plantIs located. The prefecture also has one of the largest in JapanWind-power generationThere are facilities.

As a transportation infrastructure, the prefectureAomori AirportMisawa AirportThere,Tohoku Shinkansen Shin-Aomori StationからTokyo StationTie in a minimum of 2 hours and 59 minutes,Hokkaido Shinkansen Seikan TunnelTo connect with Hokkaido. Conventional lineAomori Railway Line,Konan Railway(Konan Line-Owani Line),Tsugaru Railway Line,JROu Main LineEtc. The main roadTohoku Transit ExpresswayHirosaki Line and Hachinohe Line (Hachinohe Expressway),National Route 4 NihonbashiAnd pass Aomori city as the end point.National Route 7 NiigataAnd Aomori City. In addition, a car ferry connecting Aomori Port and Hachinohe Port to Hokkaido and an international container route from Hachinohe Port.

FestivalAomori Nebuta Festival,Hirosaki Neputa Festival, Kuroishi Neputa Festival,Goshogawara Tachibuta,Hachinohe Sansha Grand FestivalAre famous. Within the prefectureJomon PeriodMany archaeological sites were excavated,Sannai Maruyama Site(Aomori City)Futatsumori Site,Korekawa Ruins(Hachinohe City) etc.EarthenwareandClay figurineHas been discovered.

The unemployment rate in Aomori Prefecture is 6.1% (2010 model estimate),The Federal Republic of GermanySame value as (2011)[4].. The average annual income of citizens of the prefecture is 247.6 million yen (2008 cash grant amount)[5].. As of 2011, the ratio of job offers to applicants in the prefecture was 0.42 times, and in the order of highest city, Hachinohe (0.51 times), Aomori (0.48 times), Noheji (0.48 times), Hirosaki (0.42 times).[6][7].. In the prefecture, the average social reduction from 2005 to 2008 was 9,263 people overexmigrated.[8] Approximately 5600 people moved out when graduating from high school[9][Annotation 2][Annotation 3], 2270 people are migrating from college[Annotation 4].. 20% of the reasons for moving out from the age of 24 to 60.7 are due to employment in other prefectures[10].. In 2004, Aomori Prefecture Aomori Youth Employment Support Center (Job cafeAomori) has been installed to provide employment support for high school students up to 40 years old in Aomori, Hachinohe, Hirosaki, and Mutsu.[11].

Name

Meiji4 years(18719When the prefectural office was relocated from Hirosaki Town to Aomori Town, the place name of Aomori Town, which became the prefectural office location, was adopted as the prefecture name as it was. The place name "Aomori" isEdo PeriodThe previous termKaneiNew Year (1624)Hirosaki DomainIt was named when the construction of a port town was started at the present location in Aomori City, and there was a "blue forest" (now disappearing) that is a mark from the sea near the present Honmachi, Aomori City. Has been[12].. "Blue" in this caseGreen # refers to green "blue"See.

Geography

The shape of the prefecture that surrounds Mutsu Bay in the central part of the prefecture with the Shimokita Peninsula on the east side and the Tsugaru Peninsula on the west side is designed as it is in the prefecture chapter, and due to its characteristic shape and the positional relationship at the northernmost tip of Honshu, it is nationwide. Awareness is high. In the survey targeting elementary and junior high school students,Hokkaido-Okinawa3 prefectures, including Aomori prefecture, have outstanding recognition compared to other prefectures.[13][14].

terrain

Peninsula
Mountains, mountains

Wide skirt

Geographical Survey InstituteAccording to the national area survey by prefecture, the area of ​​Aomori is 9645.64 square kilometers.[15].

The center of gravity obtained by inserting a provisional boundary line at each of the north, south, east, and west sides of Aomori Prefecture and the undetermined part of the prefecture boundaries is as follows:[16][17].. North endBentenjima (Oma Town)The south end is about 4 km south of the Hanaki Dam, and the east end isKofunato Elementary SchoolEastern coastline, west endKurokushimaIt is in. AlsoStatistics Bureau22CensusAccording to the population center of gravity in Komagome, AomoriTashirodaira WetlandIn the vicinity[18].

Center of gravity
North Latitude 40 Degrees 46 Minutes 59 Seconds East longitude 140 degree 49 min 42 sec /40.78306 degrees north latitude 140.82833 degrees east longitude / 40.78306; 140.82833 (Center of gravity of Aomori prefecture)

Northern end
North Latitude 41 Degrees 33 Minutes 22 Seconds East longitude 140 degree 54 min 42 sec /41.55611 degrees north latitude 140.91167 degrees east longitude / 41.55611; 140.91167 (Northernmost part of Aomori prefecture)
Center of gravity
North Latitude 40 Degrees 42 Minutes 47.2 Seconds East longitude 140 degree 55 min 00 sec /40.713111 degrees north latitude 140.91667 degrees east longitude / 40.713111; 140.91667 (Aomori Prefecture Center of Population)
West end
North Latitude 40 Degrees 32 Minutes 03 Seconds East longitude 139 degree 29 min 49 sec /40.53417 degrees north latitude 139.49694 degrees east longitude / 40.53417; 139.49694 (Westernmost part of Aomori prefecture)
Aomori Prefectural Government Office Location
North Latitude 40 Degrees 49 Minutes 28 Seconds East longitude 140 degree 44 min 24 sec /40.82444 degrees north latitude 140.74000 degrees east longitude / 40.82444; 140.74000 (Aomori Prefectural Office)
Eastern end
North Latitude 40 Degrees 27 Minutes 07 Seconds East longitude 141 degree 41 min 00 sec /40.45194 degrees north latitude 141.68333 degrees east longitude / 40.45194; 141.68333 (The easternmost point of Aomori prefecture)

Southern tip
North Latitude 40 Degrees 13 Minutes 04 Seconds East longitude 141 degree 00 min 46 sec /40.21778 degrees north latitude 141.01278 degrees east longitude / 40.21778; 141.01278 (The southernmost tip of Aomori prefecture)

nature Park

Towada Hachimantai National Park,Sanriku Reconstruction National Park
Shimokita Peninsula Quasi-National Park,Tsugaru Quasi-National Park
Asamushi summer night prefectural nature park,CrocodileIkarigaseki Hot SpringsPrefectural Natural Park,Nakui-dakePrefectural Natural Park,Ashinoike Prefectural Natural Park,Kuroishi Hot SpringsPrefectural Natural Park,Iwaki Kogen Prefectural Nature Park,Akaishi mountain streamAnmon FallsPrefectural nature park

climate

  • Aomori prefectureHeavy snowfallThe area is designated as a special heavy snowfall area. Aomori City is the only prefectural capital, and the entire city area is designated as a special heavy snowfall area.
  • At the foot and west of the Nasu volcanic beltSea of ​​Japan side climate.. For other areasPacific climate.
  • Köppen climate classificationBy the way, some parts of the Pacific Ocean side, such as the Shimokita Peninsula, are cool in summer, so by definitionWest coast marine climateIt is sometimes said that. Also, in mountainous areasIgarosekiIn the southern inlandSubarctic (cold) humid climate.
  • SouthwardInland climateBecause of the coldOceanic climateBecause of this, the cold is not so severe. In particular, the coastal area on the Sea of ​​Japan side is warm for its latitude, but the sunshine hours in winter are extremely short. Except for the Pacific Ocean inland area,Daily rangeIs small and cold is not so severe compared to Iwate prefecture, but in AomoriSukayu(Elevation 890m) Is famous for low temperatures during the day, and the average maximum temperature in January is only -1°C. It is also one of Japan's leading heavy snowfall areas.
Normal year values ​​in various places in Aomori prefecture (statistical period: 1971-2000, source:Meteorological Agency / Meteorological Statistics Information
Average price
(Monthly)
HigashiaotsugaruKitagotsugaruNishitsugaruNakanan Tsugaru
AomoriAomori
Aomori Otani
Aomori
Acid bath
Another nowSotogahama Town
Kanita
Goshogawara
Ichiura
GoshogawaraAjigasawaFukauraKuroishiHirosakiHirakawa
Igaroseki
average
temperature
(° C)
Warmest month23.0
(May)
18.4
(May)
22.0
(May)
22.0
(May)
22.4
(May)
23.1
(May)
22.6
(May)
23.1
(May)
22.8
(May)
23.3
(May)
22.9
(May)
Coldest month−1.4
(May)
−7.8
(May)
−1.2
(May)
−1.7
(May)
−0.9
(May)
−1.6
(May)
−0.7
(May)
−0.4
(May)
−2.1
(May)
−2.0
(May)
−3.1
(May)
Precipitation amount
(mm)
Most months148.6
(May)
175.2
(May)
169.8
(May)
125.7
(May)
132.2
(May)
149.9
(May)
176.0
(May)
116.7
(May)
124.9
(May)
174.9
(May)
Minimum month60.7
(May)
82.0
(May)
67.9
(May)
57.2
(May)
57.2
(May)
65.3
(May)
77.3
(May)
45.2
(May)
62.3
(May)
98.6
(May)
Average price
(Monthly)
ShimokitaSanhachi Kamikita
OmaMutsuMutsu City
Wakinozawa
Higashidori
Odanozawa
RokkashoNohejiMisawaTowadaTowada
Closed
HachinoheSannohe
average
temperature
(° C)
Warmest month21.5
(May)
21.7
(May)
21.6
(May)
20.7
(May)
21.4
(May)
22.1
(May)
21.8
(May)
21.0
(May)
22.3
(May)
22.9
(May)
Coldest month−0.4
(May)
−1.6
(May)
−0.9
(May)
−1.4
(May)
−1.7
(May)
−1.4
(May)
−2.0
(May)
−3.9
(May)
−1.2
(May)
−2.1
(May)
Precipitation amount
(mm)
Most months168.5
(May)
172.7
(May)
164.4
(May)
172.2
(May)
173.9
(May)
170.8
(May)
164.3
(May)
202.8
(May)
167.7
(May)
166.8
(May)
Minimum month55.0
(May)
77.3
(May)
60.0
(May)
48.3
(May)
53.3
(May)
38.9
(May)
28.5
(May)
63.7
(May)
41.7
(May)
40.3
(May)

Region

Municipalities

There are 10 cities, 8 districts, 22 towns and 8 villages. Oirase town, Nanbu town, and Hashikami town are read as "chou," and the others are "town." All villages are read as "mura".

City
County

(National Local Government Code(Listed in order)

Metropolitan area

Urban employment area(10% commuting area)

1980199019952000200520102015
Aomori Metropolitan area
33Ten thousand6677
Aomori Metropolitan area
33Ten thousand2838
Aomori Metropolitan area
33Ten thousand7827
Aomori Metropolitan area
34Ten thousand0558
Aomori Metropolitan area
34Ten thousand0427
Hachinohe Metropolitan area
33Ten thousand5854
Hachinohe Metropolitan area
32Ten thousand4451
Hachinohe Metropolitan area
33Ten thousand1608
Hachinohe Metropolitan area
33Ten thousand2275
Hachinohe Metropolitan area
33Ten thousand3129
Hachinohe Metropolitan area
33Ten thousand2242
Hachinohe Metropolitan area
32Ten thousand5235
Aomori Metropolitan area
32Ten thousand5458
Aomori Metropolitan area
31Ten thousand0640
Hirosaki Metropolitan area
27Ten thousand8234
Hirosaki Metropolitan area
27Ten thousand2460
Hirosaki Metropolitan area
32Ten thousand9279
Hirosaki Metropolitan area
32Ten thousand6102
Hirosaki Metropolitan area
31Ten thousand7610
Hirosaki Metropolitan area
30Ten thousand5342
Hirosaki Metropolitan area
29Ten thousand1789
Towada Metropolitan area
7Ten thousand7582
Towada Metropolitan area
9Ten thousand0255
Goshogawara Metropolitan area
10Ten thousand7301
Goshogawara Metropolitan area
11Ten thousand1232
Goshogawara Metropolitan area
13Ten thousand1674
Goshogawara Metropolitan area
12Ten thousand2677
Goshogawara Metropolitan area
11Ten thousand3076
Mutsu Metropolitan area
6Ten thousand9913
Mutsu Metropolitan area
6Ten thousand7326
Towada Metropolitan area
9Ten thousand0696
Towada Metropolitan area
9Ten thousand0715
Towada Metropolitan area
9Ten thousand7260
Towada Metropolitan area
9Ten thousand3110
Towada Metropolitan area
8Ten thousand9561
Goshogawara Metropolitan area
5Ten thousand5464
Misawa Metropolitan area
6Ten thousand1178
Mutsu Metropolitan area
7Ten thousand2995
Mutsu Metropolitan area
7Ten thousand4997
Mutsu Metropolitan area
7Ten thousand4697
Mutsu Metropolitan area
7Ten thousand0781
Mutsu Metropolitan area
6Ten thousand7076
Kuroishi Metropolitan area
4Ten thousand0755
Goshogawara Metropolitan area
5Ten thousand2792
Misawa Metropolitan area
6Ten thousand2783
Misawa Metropolitan area
6Ten thousand5470
Misawa Metropolitan area
5Ten thousand6596
Misawa Metropolitan area
4Ten thousand1258
Misawa Metropolitan area
4Ten thousand0196
Misawa Metropolitan area
3Ten thousand9962
Kuroishi Metropolitan area
3Ten thousand9213
Kuroishi metropolitan area
Was included in the Hirosaki metropolitan area
Noheji Metropolitan area
1Ten thousand8419
Noheji lost its centrality
No longer forming an urban area

Area classification

On the Sea of ​​Japan side in the western part of the prefectureTsugaru districtAnd on the Pacific side in the eastern part of the prefectureSouthern regionIt is roughly divided into two areas[19].. The area of ​​Tsugaru district is 4828.08km2(Compared to all prefectures: 50.06%)[20], The population is 681,206 (ratio of all prefectures: 56%), while the area of ​​the southern region is 4817.18km2(Compared to all prefectures: 49.94%)[20]The population is 536,190 (44% of the whole prefecture), and the area of ​​both regions is about half that of the prefecture, but the population is slightly larger in the Tsugaru region (the population is June 2021, 6). PresentEstimated population[21]).

In addition, there are the following regional names (TaiziIs the name used by the prefecture's regional bureau).

countyCityArea designation
Higashitsugaru-gunAomoriEast blueTsugaru
Nakatsugaru-gunHirosakiNakahiroNakahiro Minamiguro
(Central and South
Minamitsugaru DistrictKuroishi
Hirakawa
South Black
Nishitsugaru-gunTsugaru CityNorthwest five
(northwest
Kitatsugaru-gunGoshogawaraKitago
Shimokita-gunMutsu CityShimokitaTwo northSouthern
KamikitaTowada
Misawa
Kamikita
(Upper XNUMX)
Sanhachi Kamikita
SannoheHachinohe CityThree eight

The Aomori Prefectural Office divides the prefecture into six areas, andOfficeIsRegional prefectural officeHas installed[22][23].

Classification by Aomori Prefectural Office
NameJurisdiction areaarea
(kilometer2)
population
(Man)
Tosei Regional Prefectural BureauAomori,Higashitsugaru-gun1477.37290,575
Central and South Region Prefectural BureauHirosaki,Kuroishi,Hirakawa,Nakatsugaru-gun,Minamitsugaru District1555.92260,253
Northwest Regional Citizens BureauGoshogawara,Tsugaru City,Nishitsugaru-gun,Kitatsugaru-gun1794.79130,378
Shimokita Region Prefectural BureauMutsu City,Shimokita-gun1415.5966,507
Kamikita Regional Prefectural BureauTowada,Misawa,Kamikita2126.81189,482
Sanhachi Prefectural Citizens BureauHachinohe City,Sannohe1274.78280,201
  • The city where the local prefectural office is located is in bold
  • Area is as of October 2010, 22[20]
  • Population is as of June 2021, 6Estimated population[21]

History

Prehistory

Japanese archipelagoThen.1 years agoAs a container for storing and boiling thingsEarthenwareOf the Tsugaru PeninsulaSotogahama TownIt is inOhira Yamamoto I RuinsThen, unwritten earthenwareLocally polished stone axIt can be seen that was unearthed and changed the way of life.Jomon PeriodAs the ruins ofSannai Maruyama Site,Kamegaoka Ruins,Korekawa Ruins,Komakino Ruins,Omori Katsuyama RuinsHave been discovered to date. It is believed that abundant earthenware, large settlements, and relics believed to belong to other regions were found in these ruins, and had a strong influence on the surrounding areas in terms of culture and economy.

In addition,Yayoi PeriodThe previous termPaddy fieldKnown as ruinsSunazawa RuinsOr in the second half of the mid-termTaruiyanagi RuinsHas been excavated,RiceIt has been confirmed that the cultivation of However, in the middle of the Yayoi periodRice cultivationIs believed to have declined and a significant population outflow.

Ancient times

From the Yayoi periodKofun periodIn the Japanese archipelago of Japan, even after the Yamato administration (Yamato dynasty), which is the central government that governs various powers from Kitakyushu to the Kanto region, was established, the central and northeastern regions of the Tohoku region are outside the territory of the central administration, and ResidentsEzoIt was called by the name of (hairman, Emishi). The current archaeological findings show thatSequel Jomon cultureWas in the stage.

"Japanese calligraphy], the content that Ezo of Tsugaru district was crowned by the courtEmperor SaimeiNew Year (655) Articles such as the Tsugaru district have appeared, and by this time, they submitted to the Imperial Court.TributeIt is believed that they had a relationship and were understood by the central government. In addition, according to "Secretary", Emperor Saimei 4 years (658From)Abe Hirafuby"Northern ConquestIs being done.This is a big project for several years, and the imperial court army is in HokkaidoKarafutoIt is said that it has passed to.

In Aomori prefecture around this time,Ancient tomb cultureAffected byTerminal burial moundIt is presumed that the construction was carried out in a deeper relationship with the Yamato Imperial Court, and the construction was carried out more actively.KinaiYamato kingshipWas established in various parts of the Japanese archipelago, including eastern countries, due to the influence of local forces and the Yamato kingship.Old tombThe construction of theFront and rear circleIs not seen,Ritual systemDuring the nationTerminal burial moundThere are many.KamikitaThen.Akobo Tumulus,Hachinohe CityThen.Kashimazawa burial mounds,Tangodaira Burial Mounds・Tonmi Burial Mounds,HirakawaThen there are the Hara Kofun Group. ExcavatedEarthenware-Sue wareKashimazawa and Akobo were7st centuryIn the second half, Tangodaira8st centuryIt is presumed to be an archaeological site centered at the beginning.This burial mound has a stone chamber and a tomb pit in a small circular mound.It is surrounded by a circular groove with a width of over 1 m. From the 7th century9st centuryIt reaches northeastern Tohoku and central Hokkaido[24].

With the formation of the rhythmic state, from the 8th century to the 9th centuryOuManagement is further advanced,Sakaue Tamura Maro・Mutu DewaPressConqueror GeneralWriting room cotton marobyEzo conquestAtHeiNisattai[Annotation 5])) It is said that the local Ezo was settled.The Kitaoku region does not belong to Mutsu, and it is believed that Ezo was gradually incorporated into the decree-based nation, while repeating obedience and resistance.

Heian period Of11st centuryIn Iwate PrefectureKitakami PlainIn the regionPrisonerlongMr. AbeOnce the power of is established, from the north of Iwate PrefectureShimokita PeninsulaOverNukabeSeen as a relative in the countrysideAbe FuchuBecame influential.Role of the last nine yearsIn,MinamotoUsed toMoneyWas invited to the courtroom.

Abe YoritokiWas sent to persuade Fuchu, but was killed in a counterattack by Fuchu. It was Futada who destroyed Yorara, but there is no record of receiving awards from the Imperial Court or Minamoto no Yoriyoshi, and there is no historical record regarding Mr. Abe Nukabe. Mr. Abe of the Kitakami Plain was finally destroyed, but his son-in-law, Takaboshi Maru, was his uncle.Abe NoritoAlong with the rice bran, it fell to Tsugaru,Mr. AndoThere is a tradition that he became the ancestor of (Abe surname).

中 世

The reason why the Aomori prefecture area has been clearly incorporated into the central government isEnkyu Kitaoku Ezo BattleIt is considered to be after that. The exact time is unknown, but from the Enkyu Kitaoku Ezo battleOshu FujiwaraSimilar to the central at any time until the eraCounty systemIs laid,Nukabe-gun,Hiraga-gun,Hanawa-gun,Countryside,Nishihama,BeachWas installed. Defeated Oshu Fujiwara at the end of the Heian periodYoritomo GengenByNanbu MitsuyukiIs said to have been awarded Nukabe Gogun, but it has not been confirmed whether it is historical.[Annotation 6].13st centuryBy the second half, all of the prefecture areaHojo OfProfitBecomes the territory,Ground clearanceAs TsugaruMr. AndoShimokita Peninsula, Tsugaru Peninsula,EzojimaDominates the coastal area of ​​(Hokkaido),Muromachi PeriodProspered by maritime trade during the middle period. EspeciallyLake JusanA port built on the coast (XNUMX MinatoHas formed a large town, and ceramics from various parts of China and Japan have been excavated even today.

However, Mr. Andu TsugaruKamakura PeriodAt the end of the yearTsugaru turbulence) Retreated the power. Also,Northern and Northern DynastiesThe arrival ofNorth morningAlong the side, it began to take power from the current southern part of Iwate prefecture to the inland part of eastern Aomori prefecture.Mr. Nanbu TheSouthern DynastyBecause he was on the other side, he confronted and fought with him. The situation proceeded in favor of Mr. Nanbu, and Mr. Ando was exterminated by Ezo. Nanbu did not put much effort into maritime trade, and the ports that prospered by Ando declined. On the other hand, in the middle of the Muromachi period, mainly in Namioka in the Tsugaru regionMr. Kitahata(Namioka) Boasted a great deal of power.

15st centuryMr. Nanbu who drove Ando in the middle expanded his power greatly,16st centuryIn the middle, it dominated the wide territory of the Tsugaru, Shimokita, and Nukabe districts, and said, "Until the crescent moon is rounded, the southern territory (the crescent moon becomes a full moon while traveling through the southern territory due to its large territory). Was praised. However, in the latter half of the 16th century, Tamanobu Oura of the Nanbu family (Tsugaru Tamanobu) Caused the other castles of Nanbu to fall, destroyed Namioka, and controlled the Tsugaru district, Sotogahama, and part of the Nukabe area. Tamanobu and his childCredibleOver two generationsHirosaki CastleConstruction of a castle town, construction of a castle town there,Hashu Kaido,Iwaki RiverWas maintained. Our family name isGenjiSo externally, I called myself Southern,Mr. FujiwaraThe saddle was changed to and the family name was changed to Tsugaru. On the other hand, the eastern part became the territory of Nanbu Sannohe.

The early modern period

Sengoku periodTerminal stage,Toyotomi AdministrationUnderOshuAfter that, the Kitaoku Daimyo is established.Keicho5 years(1600),Battle of SekigaharaTohoku Daimyo and others in AizuUesugi KagekatsuMr. Tsugaru has been ordered to mobilize to the siegeMinoOgaki CastleParticipate in offensive, etc. After Sekigahara, in TohokuDewaYonezawaThe relocation of large and small names was carried out, including the transfer toEdo PeriodWelcomed. In the northern part of Mutsu, there was no big change in the control of the Tsugaru territory in the southern part.Morioka Domain8stoneStone (later raised to 20 stones), Tsugaru's western part of the Sea of ​​Japan sideHirosaki Domain4 stones (later raised to 5000 stones) became the territory of both daimyo lords, which was set at Karabazawa on the Tsugaru side and Mamon on the southern side. This corresponds to the current Hirauchi town to Noheji town, but in some areas the boundaries of the domain are not clear,Hiyama uproarHappened. Both the Tsugaru and Nanbu families have a grudge since the Tsugaru peace settlement by Tameshin,Soma Daisaku case,Boshin Warof timeNoheji WarLed to.

In addition, from the southeastern end of the prefecture to the northeastern end of Iwate prefecture, the Nanbu clan, which is the same as the Morioka clan, rules.Hachinohe DomainThere are 2 stones in the central part of the Hirosaki clan.SupporterAsKuroishi Domain1 stones and itsEnclavewas there.

The prefectural area is the residence of the Ainu in Honshu, and the main residence is the Natsudori Peninsula along the Mutsu Bay, which is the territory of Hirosaki, and the Shimokita Peninsula facing the Tsugaru Strait in the territory of Morioka.AinuYou can also see the place name. The lord's place was grasped by the lord's side, and the Ainu visited the Hirosaki and Morioka lords, and said that they had delivered their products. Ainu’s business isUpland fieldIn addition to the fishing and shipping industries, the Ezo area (Hokkaido)Matsumae clanTrade with the territory,hunting,fishingIt is believed that, unlike the Ainu in the Ezo area, whose main business is living in Japan, it was no different from the fishermen in the Kitaoku region. In the latter half of the Edo period, the number of Japanese people entering the Ainu settlement became remarkable,AssimilationHas advanced.

The climate is different between the southern part and Tsugaru, especially in the southern part of the Pacific coast.Cold injury・Bad harvest is likely to occurfamineHowever, there were few starvation people in the Shimokita region.

Boshin WarAt the beginning, both Hirosaki and MoriokaOu Feudal Domain AllianceHirosaki clan on the wayGovernment armyI turned over to. After the war, the Morioka domain was drastically reduced in stone height.Donan clanIs placed,Aizu DomainThe Matsudaira family entered for 3 stones. At the same time, it was also called the Morioka Nitta Domain, and the area was not clear.Shichinohe ClanThe area of ​​1 stones has been confirmed.

Establishment of Aomori Prefecture

Meiji4May 7(1871May 8)Abandoned Domain OfdecreeWas issued and the former clan was taken over in the current Aomori prefecture area.Hirosaki Prefecture(Hirosaki clan), Kuroishi prefecture (Kuroishi clan), Dounan prefecture (Dounan clan), Shichinohe prefecture (Seven family clan),Hachinohe Prefecture(Hachinohe clan) was established, but on September 9, the 4 prefectures and the Tate prefecture that was established on the Oshima Peninsula of Hokkaido (Tatehan6) merged to form Hirosaki Prefecture. The prefectural office at this point is located in Hirosaki.

However, on the next day, September 9thNodashi(Noda Hiromichi) was appointed as the first counselor of the prefecture, and the prefectural office was established on September 19, 9 days later.HirosakiからAomoriIt has been decided that the prefecture name will be changed to Aomori prefecture. As a prefectural ordinanceHishidaWas appointed. A prefectural council was held at today's Aomori prefectural government office, and besides this main office, Hirosaki, Fukuyama,Tanabe-Hachinohe-Shichinohe-GonoheA branch office was set up. 5th year of Meiji (1872), the various parts of the prefecture are divided into wards and sub-wards due to the family register formation.1873In the 6th year of Meiji (Meiji 10), large wards (ward directors) and small wards (general deputy mayor) were established as administrative units, and administrated administrative work. XNUMX large wards were established in Aomori prefecture, and each large ward hall was established.

Regarding the merger of 6 prefectures, Hirosaki prefecture and Kuroishi prefecture were formerMr. TsugaruArea, and Shichinohe and Hachinohe prefectures are oldMr. NanbuBoth of them started from the independence of Mr. Tsugaru from Mr. Nanbu,The attempted assassination of the Hirosaki lord,Noheji WarAlthough the hostility continued, it was merged the earliest in Japan after the abandonment of prefectures. The person who planned this merger was Hirohiro Ota, who is a major counselor in Hachinohe Prefecture, and small counselor in Donan Prefecture.HirosawaThen, a proposal to merge the five prefectures with the joint name of both persons was proposed to the government on August 5, andToshimichi OkuboAs a result of interviews with senior officials of the Meiji government, the merger order of 9 prefectures including Tate prefecture was reached on September 4. Behind the merger ignoring this grudge, the Dounan clan, unrelated to Tsugaru and the southern enemy (Aizu DomainThe existence of the (transfer destination) has a considerable influence, but both prefectures have few plains that can be used as a granary area in the first place, and cold damage frequently occurs in the mosquito attack area. In the case of Dounan prefecture, the exile clan had just moved to the prefecture and was at a point of poverty, so the reality was that they could not afford to be trapped in their past ties. On the other hand, Hirosaki Prefecture has one prefecture with a financial power of more than 1 times the total stone height of the other 4 prefectures (based on actual height), and it is a large prefecture that is comparable to both Hachinohe and Dounan prefectures. In addition, since the Hirosaki clan was involved in the Meiji government army in the Boshin war, it was highly remembered by the Meiji government due to the merger with Hirosaki prefecture, and it is thought that he thought that it was advantageous for the relief of both prefectures. ing. This merger was in accord with the Meiji government's intention to reduce the total of 3 prefectures and 3 prefectures that were established by the abandoned clan prefecture, so it is considered that it was realized soon.

Also, regarding the relocation of the prefectural office, it was relocated from Hirosaki, which was a city that was outstanding in the prefecture at that time, to Aomori, which was only one port town, but when Noda was appointed as a prefectural counselor,Ministry of FinanceInquiries about 21 items were made, and the opinion about the position of the prefectural office in the first item was adopted as a result. The contents of the merger of the six prefectures are that the current Aomori prefecture area includes part of the Oshima Peninsula of Hokkaido and the Ninohe region of Iwate Prefecture.The geographical position of Hirosaki Prefectural Government is biased, and that of Hirosaki Prefectural Government It is supposed to be trapped in the old times and the future potential of Aomori ports. It is said that Noda had such a view despite his early arrival, as Noda had been staying here for almost half a year during the Boshin War and was well-behaved.

Hirosaki, who is supposed to be a party, has no records that he was particularly aware of the merger of six prefectures and the relocation of prefectural offices, and they are proceeding with ease. However, with regard to the prefectural office, although some petition regarding the relocation of Hirosaki has been made since then, it remains as it is.

Timeline since modern times

Meiji-early Showa (prewar)

After the war

population

概況

  • Population: 1,373,339 (2010)[26]
  • Number of households: 513,385 households (2010)[26]
  • The population density:142.395 people/km2
  • Number of dwellings: 581,000 (2008)[27]
  • Housing density: 60.24 houses/km2
Foreign population
  • 4,457 (Proportion of population: 0.32%)[28]
  • Asian: 3,856(Chinese: 1,828 Koreans: 1,039 Filipinos: 563)
  • European: 149
  • African: 22
  • North American: 357(Americans: 308)
  • South American: 36
  • Oceanian: 33
Population composition by age (2010)[26]
  • Young population (0-14 years) 12.7%
  • Labor force (15-64) 61.6%
  • Aged population (aged 65 -) 26.6%
  • Average age: 47.0
  • Middle age: 49.1 years
  • Sex ratio (male population per 100 females)
    • Total population: 88.9
Dependent Population Index (2010)[26]
  • Total 61.6%
  • Young population 20.6%
  • Old population 41.8%
  • Aging index 202.9%
Education
  • Ratio of university/graduate school graduates 9.1% (2010)[26]
  • 58.5% of high school, technical college, and junior college graduates (2010)[26]
Households and families (number of households)[26]
  • Nuclear family households: 53.7%
    • Households with only couple: 18.6%
    • Households where the couple has children: 23.9%
    • Mother and child household: 9.8%
  • Single-person households: 27.6%
    • Single household for one 65 years or older: 1%
  • Elderly couple households: 9.8%(General household consisting of only one couple, husband 65 years old and wife 60 years old and over)
  • 3-generation households: 13.1%
  • Average number of members
    • Household: 2.40
  • Number of welfare households: 13,728(Municipal area 10,073 District area 3655) (2008)

Income and household

Labor income[29]
Income and income of households with two or more people
Annual income distribution
  • All households(Including pensioners)[30]
    • Households with annual income of 200 million yen or less: 17.8%
    • Households with annual income of 300 million yen or less: 31.7%
  • Worker household only
    • Households with annual income of 200 million yen or less: 7.0%
    • Households with annual income of 300 million yen or less: 16.4%

trend

1920(Taisho9 years) The Tohoku region had the smallest number of 75 people, but after that, the increasing trend continued,1940In 15, the number of people exceeded 100 million.1955(Showa 30)Akita,YamagataThe population of1965(Showa 40)IwateBeyondTohoku regionThen.Miyagi,FukushimaIt became the third largest population after.

1983In 58, the population of Aomori Prefecture reached a record high of 152.9. However, due to the decrease in the number of births and the increase in the number of people transferred, the population began to decline in 1983, and after that the population did not start to increase again,2000(12) 147 million,2005In 17, the number decreased to 143 million.

The estimated population of the prefecture as of November 2009 was 21 million, a decrease of 11 from the peak. Especially since 138, the total population has decreased by 15, and the population size has dropped to the level of 2000.

National Institute of Population and Social Security ResearchAccording to the forecast, it will be reduced to 2020 million by 126 and 2035 million by 105.[31].

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Aomori Prefecture and Population Distribution by Age in Japan (2005)Aomori Prefecture Population Distribution by Age and Gender (2005)
Purple-Aomori
Green-All over Japan
Blue-male
Red-female

Aomori Prefecture Population Trend
Ministry of Internal Affairs and CommunicationsStatistics Bureau CensusThan

Birth and death

In AomoriBornThe number isBaby boom Of1950The number has decreased to a peak of 25 in (Showa 46,137). The number of births in the prefecture1975There were about 50 people in (2.4),2000By 12, the number had risen to 1,2, halving in the last quarter century. further,2009It has fallen below 21 for the first time in (1), and the long-term decline in the number of births continues. Although the total fertility rate was 1975 in 50 (Showa 2.0), it continued to decline for a long period of time, and in 2009 (21), the record low of 1.26 was recorded.2010In 22, the number was 1.30, which is about the same as the national average. This is the same tendency in Akita, a neighboring prefecture.

on the other hand,DeathThe number continues to increase.After the warからShowaThere were about 1 people every year for the end of the year,HeiseiIt gradually increased from the period and exceeded 2008 for the first time in 20 (Heisei 15,000).Since 1999 (Heisei 11), the number of deaths has continued to decline naturally, exceeding the number of births.[32].

Yearly Demographic Changes 1975-2011
ADNumber of birthsDeathsNatural increaseTotal special
Birth rate
197524,0319,54614,4852.00
198021,76110,05211,7091.85
198519,09510,5478,5481.80
199014,63510,8123,8231.56
199513,97212,4961,4761.56
200012,92013,147△227 people1.47
200510,52414,882△4,358 people1.29
200610,55614,733△4,177 people1.31
200710,16214,968△4,806 people1.28
200810,18715,400△5,213 people1.30
20099,52315,387△5,864 people1.26
20109,71116,030△6,319 people1.30
20119,55916,254△6,695 people--

Transference/transference

The number of people moving out of Aomori Prefecture has peaked at 1975 in 1985 since 11,877, and since 2005, it has been moving from 3,500 to 10,000. In addition, up to the year 2000, the figure includes the number of people moving within the prefecture. Aomori prefecture has a high out-migrant rate nationwide[33].

Yearly Demographic Changes 1975-2011
ADNumber of transfersNumber of transferSocial increaseExcessive transfer rate
197575,38277,942△2,560 people△ 0.18%
198072,88278,466△5,584 people△ 0.37%
198565,85577,732△11,877 people△ 0.78%
199062,56672,893△10,327 people△ 0.69%
199561,61362,554△ 941△ 0.06%
200055,29957,939△2,640 people△ 0.18%
200524,59632,077△7,481 people△ 0.50%(46th in Japan)
200623,77833,002△9,224 people△ 0.66%(47th in Japan)
200723,07533,068△9,993 people△ 0.73%(47th in Japan)
200822,90631,479△8,573 people△ 0.67%(47th in Japan)
200923,16729,453△6,286 people(47th in Japan)
201021,80826,907△5,099 people△ 0.37%(47th in Japan)
201121,93725,393△3,456 people△ 0.26%

Since 2001, moving in and out of the prefecture does not include people moving within the prefecture

The excess transfer rate is the ratio of "migrants to the prefecture" and "migrants to the outside of the prefecture". Negative indicates excess transference

Address after moving out of the prefecture (2008)

Total number of people transferred to Aomori Prefecture 29,494[34]
  • Tokyo 5308 (18.0%)
  • Miyagi 3539 (12.0%)
  • Kanagawa 3273 (11.1%)
  • 2271 Saitama (7.7%)
  • Hokkaido 2241 (7.6%)

Status of out-of-prefecture transfer by age

In Aomori prefecture, the outflow of youth is much higher than that of other age groups. As shown in the figure on the right, there are many out-migrants at the age of 18, 20 after graduating from high school, and 22 after graduating from university.Aomori Prefectural Board of EducationAccording to a career survey targeting high school students, 64.8% of university graduates and 54.3% of job seekers move out of the prefecture. In addition, the number of 22-year-old residents in this prefecture was 2270, the second highest after graduating from high school. It is also the lowest in the country in terms of the excess transfer rate of Aomori prefecture, and it is the prefecture with the highest number of people moving out. From 2005 to 2008, the difference between transference minus transference is an average of more than −9263 people each year.

In the younger age group, about 3 young people are spilled out of the prefecture from March to April every year when they graduate from high school and get a job or go on to school. In 4, 5600% of the 2009 people aged 20 to 24 who moved out of the country left Aomori Prefecture because of employment in other prefectures. Other age groups are most likely to be relocated.

Life expectancy/Life expectancy

Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications Statistics BureauAccording to the "Social Life Statistics Index 2012", a 2005 survey revealed thatAverage lifeIt is,Male76.27 years old (national average: 78.56 years old),FemaleAt 84.80 years old (national average: 85.52 years old), it was the lowest rank in the whole country. About 1995 year for men and 1 years for women compared to the 2.2 surveylifeExtended. In addition, according to the 2005 municipal life table (national life expectancy survey by municipality), the average life expectancy of men isMunicipalitiesIn the bottom 2 ofItayanagi Town75.2 years old, 3rd place:Ajigasawa Town75.2 years old, 4th place:Goshogawara75.5 years old, 6th place:Inakadate Village75.6 years old, 7th place:Fujisaki Town75.6 years old, 8th place:Hirakawa75.6 years old, 9th place:Nakadomari Town75.6 years old, mainlyTsugaru districtLocal government monopolized the top ranks. In women, the second lowestOwani Town83.1 years old has entered.

Aomori is called "short-lived prefecture" because it has a low average life expectancy. Causes include excessive salt intake, smoking/drinking, lack of vegetables/exercise, and tendency to dislike hospitals.soup stockMeasures such as calling for salt reduction using[35][36][37].

PrefecturalLife expectancyIn 2005, 0, 20, 40, 65, and 75 years of age, all rankings for men and women were the lowest in the whole country.[38][39].

Infants and newborns

Deaths

  • Infant mortality: 21
  • Newborn deaths: 12
  • Number of stillbirths: 283 wombs (142 stillborns spontaneously, 141 wombs artificially born)
    • Stillbirth rate: 28.3[40]
  • Perinatal mortality: 39 (22 stillborns after 30 weeks of gestation, 9 newborns died early)
    • Perinatal mortality rate: 4.0[40]

Premarital pregnancy rate

  • 36.2% (2009) Simple ratio (4th place nationwide)
  • 32.4% (2009)standardizationLater ratio (3rd place nationwide)[41]

Ministry of Health, Labor and WelfareAccording to the "Overview of 22 "Statistics on Birth"" (21 Special Report on Vital Statistics), the ratio of births to the first child born after marriage in Aomori prefecture that is shorter than the pregnancy period, premarital pregnancy (The popular saying "Shotgun wedding)) is 36.2%, which is equivalent to 3 in 1 people. This is higher than the national average of 25.3%,Okinawa (42.4%),佐賀 (37.5%),Fukushima This is the fourth highest in Japan after (36.7%). The lower level isTokyo,Kanagawa (19.5%),京都 (21.6%),Shiga (21.7%),Aichi (21.8%),Hyogo (22.5%).In addition, in the "ratio after standardization" of another index, Aomori Prefecture is the top 32.4 with 3%.[42].Rikkyo UniversityMr. Motokawa, a part-time lecturer, said, "We tend to recognize that the number of marriages that have been completed is high in the remote areas of north and south, Tohoku, Kyushu, and Okinawa, but rather low in metropolitan areas."[43] And

Number of marriages/divorces

In 2011, the number of marriages and divorces was 5685 for marriages and 2460 for divorces. According to statistics, the number of marriages was the lowest since 1935, when there is a record. The number of marriages peaked at 1940 in 14487, and after the war, 1955 in 13205 was the largest and continued to decline, and fell below 1985 in 10000. In 2000, there were 8138 marriages, but in 2000 and 2011 there were 2453 fewer, a decrease of 30.1%. The number of divorces has increased to 1970 in 2000, more than 2000 since 3000, and peaked at 2003 in 3645. The number of divorces in 2011 was 1185 less than at the peak, a decrease of 32%.

Welfare households

In AomoriWelfareIn 1997, the number of households receiving income was 1, and the number of households continued to increase. After that, the number of protected households decreased from 1467 to 2005, and increased from 1 households in 7120 to another increase, reaching 2006 households in 2007. The protection rate increased from 07 in 1 to 3288 in 2010, to 1 in 5521. The protection rate has been higher than the national average.

Municipal demographics

According to the 2010 census, the population of Aomori prefecture was 2005 lower than that of 63,300, the population growth rate was -4.4%, and 95% of the municipalities were declining. In the city, the population increased from 2005 in 1,096,028 to 2010 in 1,054,602, -41,426, with an increase rate of -3.8%. In the county district, in 2005, it increased from 340,629 to 2010 in 318,737, -21,892, and the rate of increase was -6.4%. In descending order of population declineImabetsu Town-15.7%,Sai village-14.8%,Sotogahama Town-13.7%,Fukaura Town-11.2%,Tago Town-10.3%,Nakadomari Town-10.2%. The municipality whose population has increasedOma Town2.1% increase,Oirase TownIt was only 0.2% increase.

Population of each municipality in Aomori prefecture based on census results
市町村2010 (people)2005 (people)Increase/decrease population (people)Rate of change(%)
1Aomori299,520311,386−11,866−3.8
2Hirosaki183,473189,043−5,570-2.9%
3Hachinohe City237,615244,700−7,085−2.9
4Kuroishi36,13238,455−2,323−6.0
5Goshogawara58,42162,181−3,760−6.0
6Towada66,11068,359−2,249−3.3
7Misawa41,25842,425−1,167−2.8
8Mutsu City61,06664,052−2,986−4.7
9Tsugaru City37,24340,091−2,848−7.1
10Hirakawa33,76435,336−1,572−4.4
11Hirauchi Town12,36113,483−1,122−8.3
12Imabetsu Town3,2173,816−599−15.7
13Homoda Village3,2713,405−134−3.9
14Sotogahama Town11,44912,662−1,126−13.7
15Ajigasawa Town11,44912,662−1,213−9.6
16Fukaura Town9,69110,910−1,219−11.2
17Nishimeya Village1,5941,597−3−0.2
18Fujisaki Town16,02116,617−596−3.6
19Owani Town10,97811,921−943−7.9
20Inakadate Village8,1538,541−388−4.5
21Itayanagi Town15,22716,222−995−6.1
22Tsuruta Town14,27015,218−948−6.2
23Nakadomari Town12,74314,184−1,441−10.2
24Noheji Town14,31415,218−904−5.9
25Shichinohe16,75918,471−1,712−9.3
26Rokunohe10,24110,430−189−1.8
27Yokohama Town4,8815,097−216−4.2
28Tohoku Town19,10620,016−910−4.5
29Rokkasho Village11,09511,401−306−2.7
30Oirase Town24,21124,172+39+0.2
31Oma Town6,3406,212+128+2.1
32Higashidori Village7,2528,042−790−9.8
33Kazamaura Village2,4632,603−140−5.4
34Sai village2,4222,843−421−14.8
35Sannohe11,29912,261−962−7.8
36Gonohe Town18,71220,138−1,426−7.1
37Tago Town6,1756,883−708−10.3
38Nanbu Town19,85321,552−1,699−7.9
39Hashikami14,69915,356−657−4.3
40Shingo Village2,8513,143−292−9.3
-Aomori1,373,3391,436,657−63,318−4.4

Politics

Political disputes are intense in some areas,Hachinohe War""Tsugaru electionIs called.

Prefectural government

finance

The situation was extremely severe, but in recent years it has been improving due to the fruits of the efforts.

19
18
  • Fiscal strength index 0.29
    • IV Group (Financial Power Index less than 0.3) 10th out of 1 municipalities
17
  • Fiscal strength index 0.27
    • IV Group (Financial Power Index less than 0.3) 14th out of 5 municipalities
16
  • Fiscal strength index 0.26
    • IV Group (Financial Power Index less than 0.3) 15th out of 5 municipalities

National politics

House of Representatives OfSmall districtIs 3.House of CouncilorsSo, all prefectures make up one ward (one-person ward).

Military

Aomori Prefecture is the northernmost land of Honshu, and since it is an important defense base, Japan and the US military facilities are concentrated. Above allTsugaru Strait TheChoke pointOne of theInternational StraitIt is one of the most important sea areas designated by. Tsugaru StraitInternational Strait(Specific sea area), that is, the central partHigh seasTherefore, in other countriesnuclear weaponsEquipped withsubmarine,warshipSailing and over the Tsugaru StraitMilitary aircraftIt is possible to pass through. Therefore, against sudden battlesMonopoly defenseRequires a guard station facing the Tsugaru Strait and a nearby rear base, and the Maritime Self-Defense Force base is located in Aomori Prefecture. Land, Sea, and Air Self-Defense Forces are deployed in the prefecture, and the United States Air Force is also stationed there. In addition, within the same prefecture,willIs located only in Aomori prefecture, excluding Tokyo. (general:9th DivisionChief, General:Ominato District General Manager, Sky General:Northern Air CorpsCommander)

In addition, live shooting range, shooting range,Sarugamori Sand DunesThere is a vast military driving range and experimental field such as a test laboratory.

Also, after the warCold WarIn timesVirtual enemy OfUSSR Effective dominationToサ ハ リ ン,Northern four islandsThe main ground of the Ground Self-Defense Force was set up in Hokkaido, which is close toSupport fighterThe base was set up.

Against this background, Aomori Prefecture has its bases in the areas of sea and sky, including Hokkaido.

Regarding land, it has been deployed as a base in case Hokkaido is taken, and it is considered to be a front base for Honshu defense. for that reason,General Administration Department(Higher Command)SendaiIt is located in

Incidentally,Japan Coast GuardRegarding coast guard byMiyagi OfShiogamaIt is inSecond District Coast Guard HeadquartersIs under the jurisdiction of.

SDF

Japan Ground Self-Defense Force
XNUMXth Division
JMSDF
Ominato Local Corps
  • Tsugaru StraitSoya StraitAnd guard the coastal waters north of Aomori Prefecture.The location of the general supervision department isOminato(Mutsu City
  • Bases in the prefecture:Ominato Base(District General Manager), Ryuhi Guard Station
2nd Aviation Group
  • Hachinohe Air Base(2nd Fleet Air Group Headquarters, 2nd Air Corps) An air base of the Maritime Self-Defense Force located at the northernmost tip of Japan, where fixed-wing aircraft can take off and land.
21nd Aviation Group
Japan Air Self-Defense Force
Northern Air Corps

US Army in Japan

5th Air Force35th Fighter Wing
Misawa Air BaseStationed at

Military history

Economic and industrial

Aomori Prefecture is centered on the manufacturing industrySecondary industryHowever, the ratio of job offers to applicants and the income of citizens of the prefecture are sluggish, and the prefecture's population decline rate is high. The Mutsu Ogawara Project and the Crystal Pray Plan have been undertaken to break into the industrial prefecture, but all have failed, and even today the agriculture, forestry and fisheries industry (Primary industry) Has a high specific gravity.

Prefecture gross product
Aomori Prefecture's gross domestic product (nominal) is 4 million yen, ranking 6238th in Japan (FY8600).Oman OfGDP Similar to (GDP)[44].. The production value by industry and its composition ratio are: 2039 million yen (7900%) for the primary industry, 4.2 million yen (1%) for the secondary industry,Tertiary industryIs 3 million yen (4703%). The ratio of agriculture, forestry and fisheries is higher than that of the whole country, and the ratio of manufacturing is low.
Prefectural income
Prefectural income is 3 billion yen. Prefectural income per capita is 4752 yen, the 244th place in Japan (FY3000).
Number of employees
The number of employees is 68 (5401 census). The number of employees by industry and its composition ratio are as follows: 2005 (9%) in the primary industry, 5725 (14.0%) in the secondary industry, and tertiary industry (including unclassifiable). The number is 14 (6847%). The ratio of workers in primary industry is the highest in the whole country.

Agriculture:

Aomori Prefecture's agricultural production area has one of the largest production volumes in Japan. According to the 18 Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Statistics, the agricultural output is 2006 billion yen. The food self-sufficiency rate is 2,885% (calorie-based: approximate value), and it is one of the few prefectures with a self-sufficiency rate of over 118%, along with Hokkaido, Iwate, Akita, and Yamagata prefectures. The Tsugaru plain and the southern plain have abundant mountainous landforms, and the climate varies greatly from region to region, so agriculture is carried out according to the regional characteristics. The total amount of vegetable production is 100th place in 15 nationwide. No. 14 in Tohoku for 10 consecutive years.

  • AppleNo. XNUMX in Japan (Hirosaki)-Aomori Prefecture is a production area of ​​apples, and about half of the Japanese apples are from Aomori Prefecture. VarietiesFujiIs famous. Fuji is a breeding groundFujisaki TownIt was named after "Fuji". The sugar content is 14-16%. Can be stored at room temperature for 4 months and refrigerated for 7 months. Apple cultivation flourished in the Tsugaru region centered on Hirosaki city, which has the highest production volume in Japan.Sannohe-KamikitaCentered onSouthern regionBut it is done. The largest export target countryTaiwanConsumes 9% of exported apples[45][46][47].
  • garlicNo. XNUMX in Japan (Towada
  • CassisNo. XNUMX in Japan (Aomori)-About 9% of domestic Cassis is from Aomori.
  • Chinese yam(Tohoku Town,Misawa
  • Rape blossomThe largest planted area in Japan (Yokohama Town
  • Cherry(Nanbu Town,Nakawa Town
  • blueberry(Southern region
  • melon(Tsugaru district)
  • watermelon(Tsugaru district)-40Byobama mountain vegetable production associationWas organized, and in 44, "Folding screen watermelonIn the name ofTrademark registrationHas been done. Cultivation history in 15Home PageIt has been published in and has established the "Folding Mountain brand".[48].
  • Peach -It has been cultivated mainly in the southern region and Sanha region for a long time, but recently many farmers are also engaged in peach cultivation in the Tsugaru region and the central and southern regions.[49].. EspeciallyHirakawaIs oldHiraga16 of the era, of applePriceStagnation and early applestyphoonriskFor the purpose of avoidance, 12 apple farmers at that time are playing a central role in peach cultivation. Meanwhile, it will be a production mother from 19Tsugaru peach production subcommitteeIn the Tsugaru region, it has started to move toward full-scale production. Currently, there are several types of peaches that are cultivated mainly in the Tsugaru region.Tsugaru peachHas established a brand[Annotation 10].. "Peach of Tsugaru"出 荷Ships various varieties from early August to early OctoberrelayEnables to ship for about 2 months[50].
  • Apricot (Nanbu Town, Hachinohe City,Gonohe Town)-In Nanbu-machi, it has been "Hachisuke" since ancient times.[Annotation 11]We cultivate a variety called ". Current,NiigataA cultivar called "Niigata Oomi" is also cultivated.[51].
  • Plum (Southern town,Sannohe)-Aomori Prefecture is the sixth largest producer of plums in Japan[52] Proud ofKanto-KansaiJapanese ume processor visits to buy. In the same area, "Bungo"[53] We cultivate a variety called ".
  • Burdock (Misawa City)
  • Radish
  • Turnip

forestry

Livestock farming

Breeding/breeding industry

Fishing industry

Commerce and industry

Food and beverage manufacturers

The food processing industry that uses agricultural products is flourishing.Local sake OfBrewerToo many[55].

Manufacturing industry

Hachinohe City in the south of the prefecture has the most industrial activity in the prefecture,Mitsubishi paper,Ohira MetalIs in operation,Hachinohe CementManufactures cement using limestone mined from the Hachinohe mine in the city. In addition, precision machinery is becoming popular in various parts of the prefecture.

  • Tefco Aomori-electroplated letters for clock dials

Retail trade

Energy industry

  • Hydropower: Five power plants with total output of 10,000kW or more are located in the prefecture
    • Tateishi...Started operation in May 1939 (Showa 14), total output 5kW
    • Towada...Started operation in December 1943 (Showa 18), total output 12kW
    • Oike Daini...Started operation in March 1956 (Showa 31), total output 3kW
    • Iwakigawa Daiichi...Started operation in April 1960 (Showa 35), total output 4kW
    • Ford Ishikawa...Started operation in June 1988 (Showa 63), total output 6kW
  • Thermal power generation: Within the prefecture, there is one location in Hachinohe City
    • Hachinohe...Started operation in June 1958 (Showa 33), output 6kW
    • Hachinohe Unit 5: Operation started in July 2012, output 24kW
  • Wind-power generation: As of the end of March 2010, there are wind power generation facilities with an output of 22kW or more in 3 municipalities, and the prefecture has 10 units with a total output of 11kW. The number of bases is the second in Japan after Hokkaido, and the total output is the largest wind power prefecture in Japan. Among them, the following towns and villages have a total output of 200 kW or more.[56].
    • Noheji Town...Started operation sequentially from January 1998 (Heisei 10), total 1 units, total output 27kW
    • Higashidori Village: Operation started sequentially from April 1998 (Heisei 10), total 4 units, total output 72kW
    • Rokkasho-mura...Started operation sequentially from January 2003 (total of 15 units), total output 1kW
    • Yokohama Town…Started operation sequentially from October 2003 (all 15), total 10 units, total output 6kW
    • Goshogawara City...Started operation sequentially from January 2010, total 22 units, total output 1kW
  • Solar power: Tohoku Electric Power Co. has one facility on the premises of Hachinohe Thermal Power Station
    • Hachinohe...Started operation in December 2011, total output of about 23 kW
  • Nuclear power
    • Higashidori Nuclear Power Station...Tohoku Electric PowerTEPCO2 companies. When the facilities of the two companies are all completed, the total output will be 2kW.
      • Tohoku Electric Power Unit No. 1…Started operation in December 2005 and output 17kW.
      • TEPCO No. 1 machine started construction in December 2010 (Heisei 22) and started operation in March 12 (Heisei 2017), with an output of 29kW (planned)Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant AccidentHas not progressed due to the influence of.
      • The exact start time for Tohoku Electric Power Unit 2 and Tokyo Electric Power Unit 2 has not been decided.
    • Oma Nuclear Power Station…Construction started in May 2008 (Heisei 20), operation started in November 5 (Heisei 2014), output was 26kW (planned), but as of May 11, it is not completed.
    • Nuclear fuel cycle facility…A general term for the facilities constructed in Rokkasho Village.
    • 使用済み核燃料中間貯蔵施設…むつ市に計画。2010年(平成22年)7月着工、2012年(平成24年)7月1棟目運転開始、貯蔵量約5,000t(うち1棟目約3,000t)(予定)
    • Nuclear ship Mutsu…The original home portOminato Port(Mutsu City). Later as a new mother portSekinehama Port(Mutsu City) is newly established.
    • International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER)…The body isFrance = CadaracheWill be constructed inBroad approach) Is located in Rokkasho Village.
    • Nuclear-related chronology
      • August, 1967 Ominato PortWas decided as the home port of the nuclear ship.
      • April 1969 Decided the name of the nuclear ship to be Mutsu.
      • June 1970 Announced the location of a nuclear power plant in Higashidori Village by Tohoku Electric Power Company and Tokyo Electric Power Company.
      • July 1970 “Mutsu” enters Ominato Port. When entering the port, the reactor is not installed, and after entering the port, inside the Ominato portOutfittingWas done.
      • August 1974 “Mutsu” departs from Ominato Port. Due to a fierce protest by the fishermen in the bay against the reactor operation in Mutsu Bay (about 8 fishing boats exercising the ability to prevent the departure of "Mutsu"), the departure port on the 100th deviated to the dawn on the 25th.
      • August 1982 Instead of Ominato Port, it is decided to build a new fixed port (Sekinehama Port) for Mutsu in the Sekinehama area of ​​Mutsu City.
      • February 1983 Construction of Sekinehama Port begins.
      • April 1985 Nuclear fuel cycle facility decided to be located in Rokkasho-mura.
      • May 1985 Decided to construct a new converter demonstration reactor in Oma Town (location of Oma Nuclear Power Station).
      • January 1988 Completed mooring facility at Sekinehama Port. "Mutsu" enters the port.
      • October 1988 Began construction of a uranium enrichment plant among nuclear fuel cycle facilities.
      • November 1990 Began construction of a low-level radioactive waste burial center for nuclear fuel cycle facilities.
      • March 1992 Started operation of uranium enrichment plant.
      • May 1992 Construction of a high-level radioactive waste storage management center among nuclear fuel cycle facilities started.
      • September 1992 Commenced construction work for MutsuOcean Earth Research Ship MiraiLaunched as).
      • December 1992 Operation of low-level radioactive waste burial center started.
      • April 1993 Construction of a nuclear fuel reprocessing plant among nuclear fuel cycle facilities started.
      • April 1995 High-level radioactive waste storage management center started operation.
      • August 1995 Regarding the Oma Nuclear Power Plant, the new converter demonstration reactor was converted to an improved boiling water type LWR using MOX fuel.
      • December 1998 Construction started on Higashidori Nuclear Power Station (Tohoku Electric Power Unit 12).
      • June 2002 Proposed Rokkasho Village as a planned construction site during ITER intergovernmental consultations.
      • June 2005 At the ITER Ministerial Meeting, the construction site of ITER itself was decided in France. Rokkasho-mura has failed.
      • October 2005 Spent nuclear fuel intermediate storage facility, location decision in Mutsu City.
      • December 2005 Start operation of Higashidori Nuclear Power Station (Tohoku Electric Power Unit 12).
      • November 2006 The "Broad Approach (BA)" facility of the ITER project is located in Rokkasho-mura.
      • July 2007 The International Fusion Energy Research Center, a BA facility, opens.
      • May 2008 Began construction of Oma Nuclear Power Station.
      • May 2008 Construction of the Research Building of the International Fusion Energy Research Center started.
      • April 2009 Completed the management research building of International Fusion Energy Research Center.
      • April 2010 International Fusion Energy Research Center completed.
      • August 2010 Construction of an intermediate storage facility for spent nuclear fuel begins.
      • August, 2011 Great East Japan EarthquakeAnd the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant accident triggered by it occurred. Affects nuclear power projects in Aomori prefecture.

A company headquartered in Aomori Prefecture

Listed companies

Large unlisted company

Life and transportation

Policemen

Transportation

空港

Train

Except for some sections in Aomori city, it is less than 1 hourly.

Sea route

As of November 2008East Japan FerryIs the Aomori route, the Aomori route (Aomori Port- Muroran Port), Withdrew from the ferry operation business on the Okan route. From December of the same year, the group company Tsugaru Kaikyo Ferry took over the operation of the Seikan route and the Daikan route. The Seiran route was abolished.

道路

Highways
Highway national road
General national highway dedicated to highways
* BothTohoku Transit Expressway Hachinohe LineParallel to.
High-standard trunk roads designated by the Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (motorways for general national roads)
Other motorways
Other toll roads
General national road
Prefectural roads/main local roads

Transit Bus

Medical and welfare

Disaster base hospital

Nursery

Education

Mass media

News (Chinese)

National newspaper
Block paper
Local newspaper

TV station

For terrestrial broadcasting, the following stations are located in the prefecture.

*In Aomori PrefectureFNN/FNSSince there is no affiliated station, news coverage by FNN affiliated stations in the prefectureFuji TV Aomori BranchandIwate Menkoi TVThe Hachinohe branch is in charge.

Cable TV

Radio stations

Culture/Sport

dialect

The dialects spoken in Aomori prefecture are roughly divided into the following three types, but the size of the difference between the Tsugaru dialect and the Nanbu dialect is often talked about among the citizens of the prefecture.

Food culture:

local cuisine
Other processed foods and dishes

Traditional crafts

Traditional crafts designated by the Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry
Traditional crafts

Winners of the Literature Award and the Order of Culture

Sports

Tourism

Famous places, historic sites, etc. Mouse over the dots

: Prefectural office location,: Hot spring,: Historic sites, etc.:Mountain

Foreign relations

People from Aomori Prefecture

Prefectural Honor Award Winners

Award conditions[58]

Aomori Prefectural Honor Award, Aomori Prefectural Special Award
A person who has been widely loved and loved by the people of the prefecture and has given courage and hope.
Aomori Prefectural Honor Award, Aomori Prefectural Honor Award
A person who has achieved particularly outstanding achievements even after receiving the Aomori Prefectural Honor Award.

Aomori Prefecture Honor Award

  1. Tsutomu Sakamoto(November 1984)
  2. Mitsuo Akaishi(November 1984)
  3. Hitoshi Saito(November 1984)
  4. Takanori Hatayama(November 2000)
  5. Haruka Saito(October 2000, September 10)
  6. Keizo Miura(November 2003)
  7. Yuichiro Miura(November 2003)
  8. Izumi Hiroshi(November 2004)
  9. Chiharu Icho(November 2004)
  10. Ichoen(November 2004)
  11. Takaharu Furukawa(November 2012)
  12. Nitomi Ohara(November 2012)
  13. Ai Fukuhara(October 2012, September 10)
  14. Mizuki Fujii(November 2012)
  15. Kakiiwa Reika(November 2012)
  16. Shinobu Ota(November 2016)

Aomori Prefecture Honorary Special Award

  1. Jun Mizutani(November 2016)
  2. Takaki Niwa(November 2016)
  3. Aomori Yamada High School Soccer Club(November 2017)

Aomori Prefectural Honor Award

  1. Hitoshi Saito (November 1988)
  2. Chiharu Icho (September 2008)
  3. Kaoru Ise (September 2008, September 9, September 2012)
  4. Yuichiro Miura (July 2013)

Aomori Prefecture Honorary Award

  1. Mitsuo Akaishi (October 1992)

Works set in Aomori Prefecture

movies

Novel

Travelogue

Anime

Drama

documentary

Comic

Music

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注 釈

  1. ^ 1988(Showa63 years)May 3Held inUnder Secretary MeetingAt about 4.7 below the high seaskmHigashi TsugaruSanya VillageAbout 5 km (currently Sotogahama Town) will be transferred to Fukushima Town. In SotogahamaSeikan Tunnel MemorialThere is a sign that displays the boundary between Mitsumaya Village and Fukushima Town.
  2. ^ Includes 64.8% of university graduates, 54.3% of job seekers, and other junior college students. It must be taken into account that the number of students actually flowing out of the prefecture is rather large, because the students of the special training school are not classified into the prefecture.
  3. ^ It is different from the number of people transferred out of the prefecture's demographics because there is a possibility that the resident's card may remain in the prefecture among those who have gone on to high school after graduating from high school. For this reason, here we use the figures from the Aomori Prefectural Board of Education's course survey, which has reliable data.
  4. ^ The figures for 22-year-olds include those who are not graduates of the prefecture.
  5. ^ "Satsutai" is in Iwate PrefectureNinohe-gun-Kunohe-gunIt is believed that this refers to the area corresponding to Sannohe-gun, Aomori Prefecture. Traditionally in Aomori prefecture, it was often read as "nishate". It is also read as "Nissai" or "Nissai".IwateNinohe City"NisataiThere is a place name.It was once written as "Nisattai" and is thought to be connected to the ancient "Nisattai".
  6. ^ What is Nukabe Gogun?Nukabe-gun,Iwate,Kii-gun,Kazuno-gun,Tsugaru-gun (Mutsugu) It is said that these are almost the same area as the largest version of Southern Territory in the later 16th century,Toyotomi AdministrationTo get relief from the territory, and from the viewpoint of Mr. Nanbu, they are territory of the Tsugaru region.Oura (Tsugaru) Tamanobu Sociable orderIt is believed that the Nanbu Kaden was fabricated as historically justified for alleging that it was an apostate who violated.
  7. ^ Average age: 42.4 years, years of service 11.6 years.
  8. ^ Average age: 43.3 years, years of service 12.8 years.
  9. ^ Average age: 40.9 years, years of service 9.6 years.
  10. ^ Currently, the varieties produced in the area include "Natsukanro", "Koi Mirai", "Amatou", "Akatsuki", and "Odoroki".
  11. ^ This variety has an alias of "Hachisuke Ume".

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  30. ^ 21 National Survey of Consumption, Household Distribution-Total Households
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  45. ^ Ringo: Export sales war enthusiastic association invites Taiwan buyers to appeal for safety / Aomori
  46. ^ Apple viewed by data: Import/Export
  47. ^ Aomori Prefecture agricultural and marine products export value is record high Apple is popular in Asia
  48. ^ Watermelons Aomori's delicious food
  49. ^ Aomori Fruit Tree Information-Momo
  50. ^ Tsugaru Peach Aomori's delicious food
  51. ^ Apricot Yasuke Aomori's delicious food
  52. ^ Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries November 20 Statistics
  53. ^ Aomori's beautiful plum "Bungo" Aomori
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Related literature

  • "History of Aomori Prefecture. Volume 1" Aomori Prefecture, 1926.NDLJP:1020285.
  • "History of Aomori Prefecture. Volume 2" Aomori Prefecture, 1926.NDLJP:1020299.
  • "History of Aomori Prefecture. Volume 3" Aomori Prefecture, 1926.NDLJP:1020312.
  • "History of Aomori Prefecture. Volume 4" Aomori Prefecture, 1926.NDLJP:1020332.
  • "History of Aomori Prefecture. Volume 5" Aomori Prefecture, 1926.NDLJP:1020342.
  • "History of Aomori Prefecture. Volume 6" Aomori Prefecture, 1926.NDLJP:1020353.
  • "History of Aomori Prefecture. Volume 7" Aomori Prefecture, 1926.NDLJP:1020368.
  • "History of Aomori Prefecture. Volume 8" Aomori Prefecture, 1926.NDLJP:1020382.

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