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Sometimes wild, sometimes gentle, nature that captivates us. Aomori Prefecture is a treasure trove of shooting spots where you can cut out all of them.

Osorezan

Osorezan is a sacred place located in the center of the Shimokita Peninsula, Aomori Prefecture. Along with Mt. Koya and Mt. Hiei, it is also called the "Japan's Three Great Sacred Mountains."

Osorezan is a general term for the outer ring mountains centered on Lake Usori. It is a place to memorialize the dead in the background of Jizo worship, and the temple name is Bodaiji. The main temple is Entsuji, and the main temple is Jizo Bosatsu.

Primitive Buddhism did not have a view of the world after death, but through the Hindu cultural sphere with the idea of ​​reincarnation, the concept of the afterlife was also established in Buddhism, and humans repeat the six-way reincarnation unless they are `` dissociated '' I arrived at the idea. From the scenery that can project 136 aspects of "Hell" in it, each place of Mount Osore came to be called various hell names.

The smell of sulfur that can be trapped, the steam and volcanic gas that springs up and down, the desolate landscape covered with volcanic rocks, and the unique world that just entered hell spread out.

"Blood Pond Hell" was named for the rare occurrence of algae and red pond water. "Kanahori hell" where the dead of gold fall. "Shurao Hell" where ugly fights are always on. By worshiping the dead while visiting each place, you can spend meaningful time looking back on your own way of life.
On the other hand, Lake Usori, commonly known as "Gorakuhama", is known as a lake that shows beautiful blueness like a paradise on a sunny day.

Tsuru no mai bridge

"Tsuru no mai Bridge" was named because the pair of cranes seemed to be flying on the lake. This is the largest wooden triple drum bridge in Japan with a total length of 300m over "Tsugaru Fujimi Lake" in Tsuruta-cho, Kita-Tsugaru-gun. In 2016, she was appointed to the commercial of "JR Adult Holiday Club" starring Sayuri Yoshinaga and became famous.

Lake Tsugaru Fujimi reflects Mt. Iwaki, which is called "Tsugaru Fuji" on the surface of the lake, because its beautiful ridgeline resembles Mt. Fuji.
To see Mt. Iwaki, it is recommended that you write "Iris path" on the narrow road next to the eased parking lot. If the weather is nice, you should be able to get the best shots of Mt. Iwaki and Crane Maibashi.

Not only in the daytime, the fantastic scenery that emerges in the morning sun and the bright red lake surface dyed by the sunset are breathtaking beauty.

Hotokegaura

"Hotokegaura" is a famous tourist spot on the Shimokita Peninsula in the south of Sai Village. The white-green rocks reminiscent of a Buddha statue run along the coastline for about 2 km. They are named "Nyorai no kubi" "Gohyakurakan" "Hitotsu Botoke" "Oyako iwa" "Jusan Botoke" "Kan non iwa" "Tenryuu iwa" "Renge iwa" "Jizo do" "GOkurakuhama" , Its generic name is Hotokegaura, and it is also designated as a natural monument.

The dramatic waves of the Tsugaru Strait and the severe nature of the snow created by the severe snow and snow are magnificent and mysterious. Lights are lit up for a limited time on summer nights, and you can enjoy a more fantastic world.

It is also famous as a location for NHK's comprehensive taiga fantasy "The Guardian of Spirits, the Sad Destruction God."

Tsuta no nana numa

Around Tsuta Onsen is Tsuta no nana numa, a volcano explosion at Mt. Akakura, one of the Minamihakkoda volcanoes.
Along the primeval forest of beech, there are six swamps other than Akanuma, a short distance away from each other, along the promenade that connects Tsuta numa, Tsuki numa, Naga numa, Suga numa, and Hyotan numa. You can take a walk. In addition, it is a treasure house of wild birds, such as being designated as the national “Tsuta Yacho Forest”, so you can enjoy bird watching.

What you want to visit is the autumn leaves season. The morning glow of the colorful Tsuta Yacho Forest is a spectacular view. In particular, the Tsunanuma, which reflects the mountains dyed red in the morning sun on the surface of the water, is a highlight!

Hakkoda san

Hakkoda san is the generic name for the 18 peaks running on the south side of Aomori City. It is a place rich in nature where many alpine plants can be seen in the wetlands from spring to autumn.

However, one of the most famous is the snow monster, often seen on Maedake. The ice and snow bump into Aomori fir and gradually grow larger, eventually becoming huge rime. Hakkoda's rime is said to surpass Zao in Yamagata and Hachimantai in Akita in Japan for its scale, spectacularness and excitement.
In early spring when the yellow sand comes, the white ice forest will take on a slightly yellow tint. Pure white rime is a very beautiful and precious thing that can only be seen from February to March.

In winter, the Hakkoda International Ski Area is open and is crowded with many skiers and snowboarders.

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