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Chunichi on the equinoctial week Visiting the grave while the refreshing autumn breeze blows

 
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Of these, Sannai Cemetery in Aomori City is visited by people visiting the grave from the morning while the refreshing autumn breeze blows.
 

September XNUMX is the autumnal equinox day, the middle day of the equinox.Many people visit the cemeteries and reiens in Aomori prefecture to visit the graves. ... → Continue reading

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Sannai Cemetery

Aomori

Aomori(Aomorishi) isAomori OfTsugaru district[5]-East blue areaに 位置 す るCity.. In AomoriPrefectural office locationAndCore cityIs specified in.Aomori BayA key point of transportation facing the area. In the early Edo periodPort townDeveloped as.Sannai Maruyama Site,Aomori Nebuta FestivalIs known.

Geography

HonshuIs the northernmost prefectureAomoriLocated almost in the center of. Refers to the western part of the prefectureTsugaru districtIs located in the northeast,Higashitsugaru-gunWith the towns and villagesEast blue areaMake up.Aomori PlainCentered on theMutsu BayIs a branch ofAomori BayFacing south, from south to eastOu MountainsThe northernmost part ofMt. Hakkoda・Mountains of the Higashidake mountain range are connected, and the city area in the westTsugaru peninsulaIn the Shira MountainsBrahma Mountains,Tsugaru PlainSpread to. The city area is along Aomori BayCity centerFrom Aomori Hiranoue is fan-shaped,Administrative city-Commercial city・Transportation city・Port cityHave a personality.

Tohoku regionWith the line that runs through and HonshuHokkaidoIt is a connecting point of routes that connect the two, and is an important point in transportation and logistics in Japan. Tsugaru Peninsula in the west and in the eastSummer night peninsulaIn the depths of Aomori BayAomori PortThere,Hakodate PortWithSeikan routeIs operated by a ferry. TrainShin-Aomori Station Tohoku ShinkansenEnd point ofHokkaido ShinkansenHas become the starting point. Also,Aomori Railway Line(OldTohoku Main Line)WhenOu Main Line Aomori StationIt joins at and becomes the end point,Tsugaru LineExtends north along Aomori Bay on the Tsugaru Peninsula. RoadTohoku Expressway Aomori interchangeAt the end point,National Route 4National Route 7Is connected at the end of the center. Also, in the hills in the southwestAomori AirportThere is.

Mutsu Bay is the mouth of the bay for its sizeHiratate StraitBecause the width of the sea is narrow, it is not easily affected by the open sea. Waves entering from outside the bay spread in a wide bay, so the wave height is small andtidalThe tidal range is small because the amount of seawater that flows in or out is limited. Such a stable marine environmentAquacultureSuitable for harbors and harbors, on the coastScallopThe aomori port at the back of the bayReefIt is a natural harbor with a high degree of tranquility.

The Hakkoda area in the southeastTowada Hachimantai National ParkIt has been designated as a tourist destination throughout the four seasons. Asamushi district in the northeastAsamushi summer night prefectural nature parkIs specified in. In the citySpaThere are many, at the foot of HakkodaSukayuAnd the GulfAsamushi Onsenand so on.

terrain

MountainExists around the Aomori Plain,Ou MountainsHakkoda volcano in the south and Higashidake mountains in the east, andTsugaru MountainsIt is divided into the Brahma Mountains in the west which belongs to.Tashirodaira WetlandThere is Tashiro Taira in Hakkoda Caldera (Tashiro Taira Caldera, former Hakkoda Caldera)Caldera lakeOf the calderaOuter ring.Mt. HakkodaIs the north and south of the calderaCentral crater hillIt is a collective term for groups, and is composed of about 20 volcanic bodies.

  • Ou Mountains
    • Hakkoda volcano
      • Kitahakkoda: Odake, Takada Odake, Idodake, Akakuradake, Kodake, Iodake, Tamohayadake, Maetake, Hinatadake, Ishidakedake
      • Minamihakkoda: Komagamine, Yokodake,Sakagawa
    • Mt. Higashidake: Mt. Origami, Mt. Higashi, Mt. Takamori
      • Hakkoda Caldera Sotoyama: Ishikurayama
  • Tsugaru Mountains-Bonju Mountains:Manogami Mountain,Mt.

hillsThere are volcanic Hakkoda volcanic hills at the foot of Mt. Hakkoda and non-volcanic large Shakyamushi hills at the foot of the Bonju Mountains.

Aomori PlainIs divided into the main part Fukasawa plain and the northwestern Kamiiso plain. Fukasawa Plain was formed by Tsutsumi RiverAlluvial plainThe Kamiiso Plain is a coastal plain with a raised seabed.(I.e.Is in Asamushi areaYunoshimaAnd there is a bare island.

Rivers and lakes

climate

There is a lot of snowfall in winter,Special heavy snowfall areaIs specified in. DeepestSnowfallThe normal value of is 111 cm. The average annual snowfall reaches 669 cm, which makes it a city of this size.AsahikawaNext to (743 cm). It recorded -1931°C on February 2, 23, but in recent years it has become rare to drop even to -24.7 degrees due to warm winter and urbanization. The average minimum temperature in winter also increased significantly, and compared with the average value of 10 to 1961 in the current average year, January was -1990℃ → -1℃, and February was -5.0℃ → -3.9℃. It is rising. The summer is relatively humid, with an average temperature of 2°C in August, reaching 5.2°C during the day. On August 3.7, 8, a record high of 23.3°C was observed.

Climate of Hanazono, Aomori City (Aomori Local Meteorological Observatory, altitude 3m)
Month123456789101112Years
Highest temperature record ° C (° F13.5
(56.3)
17.1
(62.8)
21.4
(70.5)
28.3
(82.9)
33.6
(92.5)
33.5
(92.3)
35.9
(96.6)
36.7
(98.1)
36.1
(97)
30.5
(86.9)
24.1
(75.4)
21.1
(70)
36.7
(98.1)
Average maximum temperature ° C (° F1.8
(35.2)
2.7
(36.9)
6.8
(44.2)
13.7
(56.7)
18.8
(65.8)
22.1
(71.8)
26.0
(78.8)
27.8
(82)
24.5
(76.1)
18.3
(64.9)
11.2
(52.2)
4.5
(40.1)
14.9
(58.8)
Average daily temperature ° C (° F−0.9
(30.4)
−0.4
(31.3)
2.8
(37)
8.5
(47.3)
13.7
(56.7)
17.6
(63.7)
21.8
(71.2)
23.5
(74.3)
19.9
(67.8)
13.5
(56.3)
7.2
(45)
1.4
(34.5)
10.7
(51.3)
Average minimum temperature ° C (° F−3.5
(25.7)
−3.3
(26.1)
−0.8
(30.6)
4.1
(39.4)
9.4
(48.9)
14.1
(57.4)
18.6
(65.5)
20.0
(68)
15.8
(60.4)
9.1
(48.4)
3.4
(38.1)
−1.4
(29.5)
7.1
(44.8)
Minimum temperature record ° C (° F−23.5
(-10.3)
−24.7
(-12.5)
−18.4
(-1.1)
−12.2
(10)
−1.4
(29.5)
4.0
(39.2)
6.5
(43.7)
8.9
(48)
3.0
(37.4)
−2.4
(27.7)
−12.1
(10.2)
−20.6
(-5.1)
−24.7
(-12.5)
Precipitation amount mm (inch)139.9
(5.508)
99.0
(3.898)
75.2
(2.961)
68.7
(2.705)
76.7
(3.02)
75.0
(2.953)
129.5
(5.098)
142.0
(5.591)
133.0
(5.236)
119.2
(4.693)
137.4
(5.409)
155.2
(6.11)
1,350.7
(53.177)
Snowfall cm (inch)195
(76.8)
141
(55.5)
64
(25.2)
4
(1.6)
0
(0)
0
(0)
0
(0)
0
(0)
0
(0)
0
(0)
23
(9.1)
143
(56.3)
567
(223.2)
Average days of precipitation (≥0.5 mm)24.020.016.712.211.39.510.210.811.614.618.923.6183.3
Average number of snowfall days29.626.122.15.70.00.00.00.00.00.210.226.0119.5
(I.e.78767065717880787673737875
Average monthlyDaylight hours48.572.3126.0179.1201.4180.0161.4178.0162.4144.485.450.41,589.2
Source:Japanese Meteorological Agency (Average value: 1991-2020, extreme value: 1882-present)[6][7]
Climate of Aomori (Aomori Local Meteorological Observatory, 1961-1990 average)
Month123456789101112Years
Average maximum temperature ° C (° F1.1
(34)
1.7
(35.1)
5.5
(41.9)
12.9
(55.2)
18.5
(65.3)
21.5
(70.7)
25.4
(77.7)
27.6
(81.7)
23.3
(73.9)
17.4
(63.3)
10.6
(51.1)
4.2
(39.6)
14.1
(57.4)
Average daily temperature ° C (° F−1.8
(28.8)
−1.7
(28.9)
1.5
(34.7)
7.6
(45.7)
13.0
(55.4)
16.8
(62.2)
20.9
(69.6)
22.9
(73.2)
18.4
(65.1)
12.0
(53.6)
6.2
(43.2)
1.0
(33.8)
9.7
(49.5)
Average minimum temperature ° C (° F−5.0
(23)
−5.2
(22.6)
−2.4
(27.7)
2.7
(36.9)
7.9
(46.2)
12.9
(55.2)
17.3
(63.1)
19.0
(66.2)
13.9
(57)
7.0
(44.6)
2.1
(35.8)
−2.2
(28)
5.7
(42.3)
Source: Science Chronology[Detailed information for identifying documents]
Extreme value[8]
要素Observed valueObservation dateStatistical period
(I.e.36.7 ℃1994 May 8After February 1882
(I.e.-24.7 ℃1931 May 2
Depth of snowfall Total of cold weather years1263 cm1986 After 1954 cold year
Deepest snow209 cm1945 May 2After February 1894


Aomori AirportClimate
Otani (Amedas name: Aomori Otani), where Aomori Airport is located in the southwestern part of the city, has a high altitude of 198 m, and the impact of urbanization is small. On the 4th of March, -5 ℃ was observed.
Acid bathClimate
In the southeastern part of the cityMt. HakkodaSukayu Onsen at the foot of the mountain is located at an altitude of 890m and is known for its extremely cold climate. The average temperature in January is -1 ℃, which belongs to the wet continental climate (Dfb), and the average maximum temperature in January is only -7.6 ℃, which is famous for the ugly cold inland Hokkaido.Horokanai Town(-4.3 ℃),Shimukappu Village(-4.0 ℃)RikubetsuIt is lower than the maximum temperature in the area such as (-2.8 ℃). During the cold season, temperatures often drop below freezing to 10 degrees Celsius even during the day, and the daytime temperature is often the lowest in Japan. It is also one of the most heavy snowfall areas in Japan, and the amount of snowfall in the cold season of 1996 reached 2376 cm, and the deepest snowfall ever was 2013 cm on February 2, 26.[9].

population

Demography02201.svg
Population distribution by age in Aomori City and the whole country (2005)Population distribution by age and gender in Aomori City (2005)
Purple-Aomori City
Green-All over Japan
Blue-male
Red-female

Aomori City (equivalent area) Population Changes
Ministry of Internal Affairs and CommunicationsStatistics Bureau CensusThan
Population transition
Statistical yearpopulationRemarksGraph
1727 (Kyoho 12 years)6,172


From 1965 to 2000, the total value of cities and towns that almost correspond to the current city area is added.

1750 (3 years of Kan'en)5,1634
1788 (Tenmei 8)4,668
1799 (Kansei 11th year)6,137
1805 (2nd year of culture)6,491
1811 (8nd year of culture)6,944Aomori
1843 (Tenpo 14 years)6,033
1852 (Kaei 5)7,779
1864 (German first year)9,991Number of households by middle-aged people in Kuura-cho
1869 (2th year of Meiji)10,750
Former Aomori City
1898 (31th year of Meiji)27,991April 4 Municipal system enforcement
1920 (Taisho 9th year)48,9411st census
1925 (Taisho 14th year)58,7942st census
193077,1033st census
193593,4134st census
194099,0655st census
194556,65311
194790,828Extraordinary census
1950106,4177st census
1955183,7478st census
1960202,2119st census
1965224,43310st census
1970240,06311st census
1975264,22212st census
1980287,59413st census
1985294,04514st census
1990287,80815st census
1995294,16716st census
2000297,85917st census
Aomori
2005311,50818st census
Source:[10][11]

2015 yearsCensus2nd largest population inHachinohe City, 3thHirosakiIt was the first place in the prefecture.In addition, the rate of population increase / decrease from the previous survey was minus 1%.NagasakiMinus 3.21% ofKofu CityIt exceeded the minus 2.95% of the prefectural office, which was the largest decrease rate for the prefectural capital.[12].

Adjacent municipalities

Aomori

History

Premodern

Jomon PeriodA village was built in (Sannai Maruyama Site). In the Muromachi periodMr. NanbuIt was the territory of Mr. Tsutsumi, a tribe. Mr. TsutsumiSengoku periodAt the endMr. TsugaruSotogahama was attacked and destroyedHirosaki DomainBecame a territory of. Aomori is the Hirosaki clan (Tsugaru Domain) The first feudal lordTsugaru TamanobuIt is said that the opening of the port was planned at that time[13], The second feudal lord who took over the conceptShingaru TsugaruAnd by its vassalsKaneiA port town was built during the period, and later developed as a commercial port and a transportation port to the north.

ResidenceHirosaki CastleConstruction (Keicho16 years1611 〉) and Hirosaki clan who finished the maintenance of castle town HirosakiEdoI planned to develop a port for the purpose of shipping with. Nobuhira appointed Moriyama to open the portKaneiNew Year (1624 ) Opened a port in Zenkotorimura (old name of Utomura, Aomori) (Kanei 2 years with permission to operate a ship)1625 ) Or Kanei 3 years when the town was divided (1626 ) May be the opening year of the port), at this time near the coastJuniperusThere is a small hill about 3 meters high (about 3 meters) where (Hamamatsu and Sorematsu) flourish, and it was called "Aomori" and was the target when fishing boats returned. , The name was changed to Aomori Village when the port opened. Then, in the 1626rd year of Kanei (XNUMX), Nobuhira ordered Moriyama to build a town in Aomori.[14], Hamacho, Honcho (Omachi), and Yonemachi were created, and Aomori Town was established (at that time, it was also written as "Aomori Town"). In the same year, when conditions such as free provision of land and building materials and tax exemption for 3 years were shown and migration was encouraged,Omi-EchizenDue to such reasons, immigrants continued, and in just a few years after the opening of the port, a town with about 1000 households was formed.

It became the largest port in the Hirosaki clan since the middle of the Edo period and the town next to the castle Hirosaki[13].

Namioka
Muromachi period in NamiokaKitahata FamilyDescendants have moved (Mr. Kitahata Namioka),Namioka CastleBased inSengoku DaimyoIt became a force in Kitatsugaru and Higashi Tsugaru, but Tamenobu Oura (Tsugaru Tamanobu) Was destroyed by. Namioka, located between Aomori and Hirosaki during the Edo periodHashu Kaido OfPostProspered as a lot of people and supplies came and went.
Chronological Table

Modern times

Meiji4 May 7(1871 August 8)Abandoned DomainHirosaki Domain TheHirosaki PrefectureWill be. The government is the same yearMay 9, In Hirosaki PrefectureShichinohe,Hachinohe Prefecture,Dounan,Kuroishi Prefecture,Tate prefectureOf the five prefectures ofWikisource reference Proclamation. Shichinohe Hachinohe South Black Stone Museum No. XNUMX Hirosaki. - Wiki sauce. ), NextMay 9ToKumamoto DomainFromNodashiTheDaisanjiAppointed as (Governor). NodaHakodate WarAt that time, we have established a prefectural office in Aomori-cho, which is located in the center of the prefecture and has a harbor and is convenient for transportation to various directions, as we are familiar with the local terrain from the experience of being stationed in Aomori-cho, which became the base of the government army. I had submitted a letter of inquiry to the government before assuming the post of major counselor. Immediately after the government accepted Noda's proposalMay 9The prefectural office was decided to be located in Aomori Town, and the prefecture name was changed to Aomori Prefecture (Wikisource reference Declaration of the Daijo-kan. Hirosaki 縣wo blue forest transfer. - Wiki sauce. ).

1873 (Meiji 6) In MayLarge Ward Small Ward SystemWas carried out and became the first large ward and the first small ward. It consisted of the following 27 towns in Aomori.

Town name of Daiichi Oku Ichiko Ward
27 townVertical town14 townShinmachi, Teramachi, Kajimachi, Daikumachi, Matsumorimachi, Komemachi, Bakurocho, Yasukatacho, Echizencho, Omachi, Shiomachi, Tabokacho, Hamacho, Kaigaicho
Yokomachi13 townIchinenbokoji, Otedori, Mikura Dori, Yanagimachi, Tera Dori (3), Fukushi Dori, Uebayashi Dori, Yokocho Dori, Bakurocho Shinkaku, Brother Amekaku, Tsutsumicho

1878 (11th year of Meiji)County, town and village organization lawThen,May 10The large ward subdivision system was abolished and the first large wardHigashitsugaru-gunIt became.1883 First group in (Meiji 16)ChiefWas established and was responsible for 18 Aomori towns. The name of the government office is1884 (17th year of the Meiji era) Since November, it has become the office of Aigamori Akatacho Sotogachigacho.

Town name under the jurisdiction of the XNUMXst group chief government office
18 townAomori Yonemachi, Aomori Yasukata Town, Aomori Shin-Akata Town, Aomorihama Town, Aomori Shinhama Town, Aomori Shigai Town, Aomori Shinjugai Town, Aomori Omachi, Aomori Shiomachi, Aomori Bokucho, Aomori Boro Town, Aomori Tsutsumi Town, Aomori Matsumori Town, Aomori Carpenter Town, Aomori Blacksmith Town, Aomori Temple Town, Aomori Yanagi Town, Aomori Shinmachi

1889 (22th year of Meiji)Municipal system-Municipal systemImplementation (Great Meiji merger) Then, in the conventional 18 towns of AomoriZoudoumuraWith an area that includes Sakaecho, which was independent from, and Zoudoumura Namiuchi and Onomura NagashimaMay 4Enforcing the town system inAomori TownWas established.

Aomori Town Name / Oaza Name
19 townYasukata Town, Shin Akata Town, Omachi, Yone Town, Hama Town, Shin Hama Town, Shin Town, Yanagi Town, Tera Town, Blacksmith Town, Daikumachi, Matsumori Town, Bakuro Town, Tsutsumi Town, Clam Town, Clam Town, New Clam Town, Shiomachi, Sakaecho
2 large lettersOhno, road construction

1897 (30th year of Meiji)May 10ToUramachiTransfer1898 (Meiji 31) The city system was enforced on April 4, and it became Aomori City.1939 (Showa14 years)May 6Aburagawa Town,1951 (Showa 26) Incorporated Takiuchi Village on April 4.

Great Showa mergerThen,1954 (29)May 5ToOnomura,1955 (30)May 1Tsutsui Town, Yokouchi Village, Azumadake Village, Takada Village, same yearMay 1In Hamadate Village, Arakawa Village, same yearMay 3Shinjo Village, Okunai Village, Harabetsu Village,1956 (31)May 9Incorporated Gogata-mura.1962 (Showa 37) Transferred Nouchi Village on October 10.

Great Heisei mergerThen,2005 (Heisei17 years) April 4Namioka TownMerged withAomoriWas newly established in the area of ​​the former Namioka TownLocal autonomous districtNamiokaInstalled.2006 (18)May 10ToCore cityMoved to.

Chronological Table

History

Politics

Administration

Mayor

Successive chiefs
NameInauguration dateRetirement dateRemarks
Aomori Town
1Tadabei Kakizaki
Kudo TakujiMay 1896, 29
Former Aomori City
1Kudo TakujiMay 1898, 31May 1902, 35
2Gisuke SasamoriMay 1902, 35May 1903, 36
3Tokuichi SerikawaMay 1904, 37May 1908, 41
4Kiyozo AwataniMay 1908, 41May 1910, 43
5Kudo TakujiMay 1910, 43May 1916, 5 (Taisho 4)
6May 1916, 5 (Taisho 4)May 1917, 6 (Taisho 1)
7Masataro AbeMay 1917, 6 (Taisho 2)May 1919, 8 (Taisho 10)
8Kudo TakujiMay 1921, 10 (Taisho 2)May 1924, 13 (Taisho 11)
9Masataro AbeMay 1925, 14 (Taisho 2)May 1926, 15 (Taisho 5)
10Hiroshi NakanoMay 1926, 15 (Taisho 8)1930 (Showa 5)/8/7
11Ichiro Kitayama1930 (Showa 5)/8/81934 (Showa 9)/8/7
12Hideo Kaga1934 (Showa 9)/10/181936 (Showa 11)/3/20
13Chiba Denzo1936 (Showa 11)/5/281940 (Showa 15)/5/27
141940 (Showa 15)/5/281944 (Showa 19)/5/27
151944 (Showa 19)/5/281945 (Showa 20)/7/5
16Morita Kakizaki1945 (Showa 20)/7/281946 (Showa 21)/11/14
17Minoru Yokoyama1947 (Showa 22)/4/51951 (Showa 26)/4/4Efforts to recover from war damage
Honorary citizen
181951 (Showa 26)/4/251955 (Showa 30)/4/15
191955 (Showa 30)/4/301959 (Showa 34)/4/29
201959 (Showa 34)/4/301963 (Showa 38)/4/29
21Motoe Chiba1963 (Showa 38)/4/301967 (Showa 42)/4/29
22Naraoka Suezo1967 (Showa 42)/4/301971 (Showa 46)/4/29
231971 (Showa 46)/4/301974 (Showa 49)/1/12
241974 (Showa 49)/2/241975 (Showa 50)/4/29
251975 (Showa 50)/4/301979 (Showa 54)/4/29
26Tadashi Kudo1979 (Showa 54)/4/301983 (Showa 58)/4/29
271983 (Showa 58)/4/301984 (Showa 59)/10/12Yardmaster resigned after taking responsibility for being arrested on bribery charges
281984 (Showa 59)/11/191987 (Showa 62)/4/29
291987 (Showa 62)/4/30October 1989, 3Died while in office
30Seizo SasakiMay 1989 (Heisei 5)1993(Heisei 5)/ 5
311993(Heisei 5)/ 51997(Heisei 9)/ 5
321997(Heisei 9)/ 52001(Heisei 13)/ 5
332001(Heisei 13)/ 52005 (Heisei 17)/3/31
Aomori
-Seizo Sasaki2005 (Heisei 17)/4/12005 (Heisei 17)/4/23Mayor Executor
1Seizo Sasaki2005 (Heisei 17)/4/242009 (Heisei 21)/4/23
2Hiroshi Shikanai2009 (Heisei 21)/4/242013 (Heisei 25)/4/23
32013 (Heisei 25)/4/242016 (Heisei 28)/10/31Resigned after taking responsibility for the bankruptcy of the redevelopment building in front of Aomori Station
-Masaki Fukui2016 (Heisei 28)/11/12016 (Heisei 28)/11/27Mayor Duties Agent
4Akihiko Onodera2016 (Heisei 28)/11/27Incumbent

municipal office

  • Government Buildings-Main Government Building, Station Front Government Building, Yanakawa Government Building, Namioka Government Building
  • Branches-Yokouchi Branch, Hamadate Branch, Okuuchi Branch, Harabetsu Branch, Ushirogata Branch, Nouchi Branch

Parliament

City council

  • Number of people: 35 people
  • Term: March 2018, 11-March 26, 2022[23]
  • Chair: Akira Hasegawa (LDP
  • Vice-chairman: Makoto Fujita (Citizen's Voice Aomori)
Parliamentary nameNumber of seatsRepresentative name (◎ is representative)
Liberal Democratic Party / Shiseikai7◎ Isao Shibuya, Seietsu Satomura, Tatsuo Maruno, Setsuo Nakamura, Yoshiya Tateyama, Kimio Kido, Masanori Kamiyama
Japan Communist Party6◎ Kohei Fujiwara, Midori Murakawa, Shinya Tennai, Satoshi Yamawaki, Naoko Mantoku, Hayato Akahira
LDP6◎ Akihito Hanada, Yasushi Oya, Akira Hasegawa, Midori Kozuhata, Yasuto Nakata, Haruo Yamamoto
Citizen's voice Aomori5◎ Susumu Okutani, Makoto Fujita, Takashi Naraoka, Mitsuo Nakamura, Kazuko Ebina
Civic club5◎ Yasushi Kinoshita, Ken Kudo, Mitsuo Akimura, Yoshitaka Nara, Mitora Takeyama
Komeito4◎ Takeshi Yamamoto, Masako Karumai, Nobuhiro Watanabe, Nagayoshi Akagi
Independent2Naomi Hashimoto, Shoichi Yamazaki
meter35

(As of May 2018, 11)

Prefectural assembly

  • Constituency: Aomori City Constituency
  • Constant number: 10 people
  • Term: April 2019, 31 (Heisei 4)-April 30, 2023 (Reiwa 4 years)
Representative nameParliamentary nameRemarks
Hiroshi ShikanaiPrefectural Government Association of Prefectural Democrats
Shuichi TakahashiLDP
Shinichi IbukiKomei / Kenseikai
Moriuchi's holdLDP
Hiroshi KimataJapan Communist Party
Kiyofumi YamataniLDP
Eisuke HanadaLDP
Seki RyoSeiwakai
Tomio IchinoheSeiwakai
Tetsuichi ShibuyaPrefectural Government Association of Prefectural Democrats

House of Representatives

Representative nameParty nameNumber of winsRemarks
Atsushi TsushimaLDP3Constituency

Administrative agency

Prefecture agency

National agency

Judiciary

(Jurisdiction: Aomori City (formerly Aomori City) ・Higashitsugaru-gun(Hirauchi Town,Imabetsu Town,Homoda Village,Sotogahama Town))
(Jurisdiction: Aomori City (former Aomori City)/Higashitsugaru District (Hirauchi Town, Imabetsu Town, Homoda Village, Sotogahama Town))
(Jurisdiction: Aomori City (former Aomori City)/Higashitsugaru District (Hirauchi Town, Imabetsu Town, Homoda Village, Sotogahama Town))

Facility

Policemen

Fire

Medical

Medical institution

保健

  • Health center
    • Aomori Public Health Center-Aomori Public Health Center that controls Aomori City
    • Higashitsugaru Health Center-Aomori Prefecture Health Center that has jurisdiction over Higashitsugaru County
  • 保健 セ ン タ ー
    • Aomori City General Welfare Center
    • Namioka General Health and Welfare Center

Post

post office

Directly operated post office

Simple post office

  • Aomori Tonyamachi Simple Post Office (84773)
  • Aomori Minami Post Office (84738)
  • Simple post office in Aomori distribution complex (84794)
  • Sakuragawa Post Office (84783)
  • Sunroad Aomori Post Office (84787)
  • Matsuoka Post Office (84776)

Cultural facility

Exercise facility

Foreign relations

Sister city/affiliated city

Domestic

Overseas

Multi-city exchange

Domestic

international

  • World Winter City Mayors Association (former Northern City Council) --In 1992カナダ OfMontrealFormally participated from the 5th conference held in

Economy

Agriculture:

Apple
Production is particularly active in the Namioka area, and the shipment volume by municipality is the third largest in Japan (3).
Cassis(Blackcurrant)
It accounts for 90% of domestic production. Special products are being promoted as crops suitable for the climate of Aomori City.

Industrial

Aomori Prefecture designated traditional crafts
Items designated in Aomori city (2012 May 6Now[24]

Commercial

Main commercial facilities
Other commercial facilities

Financial institution

Financial institution with a branch

communication

Mass media

Education

University

School corporation Aomori Yamada GakuenAomori Junior CollegeClosed in March 25.

high school

Prefectural

*The following are closed schools.

private

Junior high school

City: 19 schools (in alphabetical order)

*The following are closed schools.

private

primary school

City: 45 schools (in alphabetical order)

*The following are closed schools.

Kindergarten

private

Special school

Special training school, various schools

Vocational school(Private: 11 schools)

Various schools(Private: 1 schools)

  • Aomori Typist Training Center

Facilities other than school education

Vocational ability development facility

Transportation

空港

Domestic flights

AirlinesDestination
Japan Airlines (JAL) [Annotation 2] New Chitose Airport,Tokyo International Airport,Osaka International Airport
All Nippon Airways (ANA) [Annotation 3] New Chitose Airport, Osaka International Airport
Fuji Dream Airlines (FDA) Nagoya Airport,Kobe Airport[Annotation 4]

International flights

AirlinesDestination
Korean Air(KE) Republic of Korea flag South Korea-Incheon International Airport(Soul)
EVA Air (BK) Taiwan flag Taiwan-Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport(Taipei)

Railway/Cableway

道路

bus

Ship

Tourism

Tourist information, exchanges, products, roadside stations

NATURE

Museums

History, ruins, shrines and temples, monuments

park

レ ク リ エ ー シ ョ ン

Spa

More

Culture/Specialty

Festivals and events

Food culture:

Origin/related celebrities

Public figures

Cultural person

entertainer

athlete

In this section,JIS X 0213: 2004 characters (the second character of each of "Kaiki Gong" and "Yoshio Ohba") are included (Details).

Mass media

More

Related person

footnote

[How to use footnotes]

注 釈

  1. ^ "Akita Community Broadcasting" in Akita City, Akita Prefecture, "Radio Morioka" in Morioka City, Iwate Prefecture, "Sendai City FM", "Sendai Izumi FM Broadcasting", "FM Taihaku", "FM Taihaku" in Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture. "Rakuten.FM TOHOKU", "Yamagata Community Broadcasting" in Yamagata City, Yamagata Prefecture, and "Fukushima Community Broadcasting" in Fukushima City, Fukushima Prefecture.
  2. ^ Jay AirIncluding flights operated by the aircraft and crew.
  3. ^ ANA WingsOperation by aircraft and crew.
  4. ^ Japan Airlines(JAL) and code share.

Source

  1. ^ "Establishment of Aomori City Flag". Aomori City RegulationsAomori City. October 2015th, 5Browse.Enforced on May 2005, 17 (Heisei 5). The old Aomori City flag was announced on July 12, 1972 (Showa 47).
  2. ^ "City emblem". Aomori City RegulationsAomori City. October 2015th, 5Browse.Enforced on May 2005, 17 (Heisei 5). Inheriting the former Aomori city emblem. The old city emblem was set in 12 (Meiji 1901). The standard was established on July 34, 1972 (Showa 47).
  3. ^ a b c d "Designation of "city tree", "city flower", "city bird" and "city insect" in Aomori city". Aomori City RegulationsAomori City. October 2015th, 5Browse."City trees, flowers, birds, insects”. Aomori City. October 2015th, 5Browse.Enforced on May 2005, 17 (Heisei 5). Former Aomori City trees, flowers, birds are Aomori and Abies sachalinensis, Hamanasu flowers,Finally.. Notification on July 1972, 47 (Showa 7).
  4. ^ "Aomori citizen song". Aomori City RegulationsAomori City. October 2015th, 5Browse."Folk song”. Aomori City. October 2015th, 5Browse.Enforced on December 2005, 17. Lyrics by Junnosuke Shinozaki.Shoetsu KawasakiComposition. The old Aomori citizen song is "Aomori citizen song". Lyrics by Takeo Yokoyama. Composed by Shigeru Kimura. Notification on July 1972, 47 (Showa 7).
  5. ^ Aomori Prefecture Aomori Tourism Federation Aomori Educational Travel Guide
  6. ^ "Normal value download”. Japan Meteorological Agency. 2021/6Browse.
  7. ^ "Value of 1st to 10th in observation history (value throughout the year)”. Japan Meteorological Agency. 2021/6Browse.
  8. ^ "Value of 1st to 10th in observation history (value throughout the year)”. Japan Meteorological Agency. October 2014th, 6Browse.
  9. ^ 1st to 10th place in the history of observation Deepest snowfall in the month (cm) (value throughout the year) Sukayu Meteorological Agency
  10. ^ "Population / number of households (transition)”. Aomori City. October 2010th, 3Browse.
  11. ^ "History of Aomori City"
  12. ^ "Heisei 27 year census". Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications Statistics Bureau (September 2016, 10). October 2017th, 7Browse.
  13. ^ a b Michio Miyazaki 1982, pp. 171–173, Aomori Port Opening and US Travel.
  14. ^ Seiichi Hasegawa et al. 2000, pp. 191–193, Establishment of the early modern city in the north.
  15. ^ "What is Namioka Castle? An encyclopedia that understands Japanese castles (Kodansha) --Kotobank". October 2018th, 11Browse.
  16. ^ a b ""Aomori History Trivia" No. 156 (delivered on May 2015, 5) / Aomori City”. Aomori City. October 2018th, 11Browse.
  17. ^ ""Aomori History Trivia" No. 2 (delivered on May 2012, 4) / Aomori City”. Aomori City. October 2018th, 11Browse.
  18. ^ "Origin of the rented house" Aomori Prefectural Office East Building entrance side nameplate
  19. ^ ""Aomori History Trivia" No. 59 (delivered on May 2013, 5) / Aomori City”. Aomori City. October 2018th, 11Browse.
  20. ^ ""Aomori History Trivia" No. 87 (delivered on May 2013, 12) / Aomori City”. Aomori City. October 2018th, 11Browse.
  21. ^ "History 05 Famine in the early modern period and the people of Aomori (PDF)”. Aomori Prefectural Office. October 2018th, 11Browse.
  22. ^ "Volume XNUMX A large fire in the northern Japanese waters in pre-modern times (PDF)". Cabinet Office. October 2018th, 11Browse.
  23. ^ The term of office of the mayor of the municipality and members of the Diet has expired (as of August 28, 8)
  24. ^ Aomori Prefecture Regional Industry Division/Aomori Prefecture Traditional Crafts
  25. ^ a b "Maintenance status for the opening of the Tohoku Shinkansen "Hachinohe-Shin-Aomori"”. Aomori Prefectural Office. October 2011th, 9Browse.
  26. ^ "Aomori City Tourism Ambassador Chiharu Niiyama". Aomori. October 2020th, 11Browse.

References

  • Seiichi Hasegawa et al. "History of Aomori Prefecture"Kodama KotaSupervision,Yamakawa Publishing<Prefectural History>, February 2000, 2, 25st edition, 1st printing.ISBN 4634320207.NCID BA45501953.
  • Michio Miyazaki"History of Aomori Prefecture", supervised by Kodama Kodama, Yamakawa Shuppansha <Prefectural History Series>, August 1982, 8 (original work July 15, 1970), 7nd edition, 7th edition.ISBN 4634230208.NCID BN06471435.
  • Aomori City History Edition, edited by Aomori City History, Aomori City, October 1991, 10, 1th edition.
  • Aomori City Cultural Group Council, edited by "Aomori Culture 2001 Years of Trajectory" Aomori City Cultural Group Council, September 9, 9.ISBN 4-87373-112-7.
  • Kanshi Konuma"History Walk in Aomori City" Yoshinoya Homma Bookstore, July 1984, 7, second edition.

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