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Tsuru no Mai Bridge

Tsuru no Mai BridgePhoto Credit: Mr. Osanai, Tsuruta Photo Club

Tsuru no Mai Bridge in morning glow

Tsuru no Mai BridgePhoto Credit: Mr. Osanai, Tsuruta Photo Club

300m longest-wooden bridge in Japan: Tsuru no Mai Bridge

Tsuru no Mai Bridge: The longest (300m) wooden arched bridge in JapanPhoto Credit: Mr. Osanai, Tsuruta Photo Club

Tsugaru Fujimi Park in autumn

Tsugaru Fujimi Park in autumnPhoto Credit: Mr. Osanai, Tsuruta Photo Club

Tsugaru Fujimi Park in winter

Tsugaru Fujimi Park in winterPhoto Credit: Mr. Osanai, Tsuruta Photo Club

Tsugaru Fujimi Lake and Tsuru no Mai Bridge

Tsugaru Fujimi Lake and Tsuru no Mai BridgePhoto Credit: Mr. Osanai, Tsuruta Photo Club

Mt. Iwaki and Tsugaru Fujimi Lake

Mt. Iwaki and Tsugaru Fujimi LakePhoto Credit: Mr. Osanai, Tsuruta Photo Club

Begonia flowers in Fujimi Lake Park

Begonia flowers in Fujimi Lake ParkPhoto Credit: Ms. Akaishi

Hydrangea trail in Fujimi Lake Park

Hydrangea trail in Fujimi Lake ParkPhoto Credit: Ms. Akaishi

Tsuruta Festival (Celebration of Water and Fire)

Tsuruta Festival:Celebration of Water and FirePhoto Credit: Aomori Prefectural Government Office

Fujimi Shishimai (Lion dance)

Fujimi Shishimai (Lion dance)Photo Credit:Tourism Industry Division, Tsuruta Town Office

Tsuruta Festival (Celebration of Water and Fire) Ryujinsen parade at Fujimi Lake

Celebration of Water and Fire, Tsuruta FestivalPhoto Credit:Tourism Industry Division, Tsuruta Town Office

Nebuta Parade

Nebuta ParadePhoto Credit: Ms. Akaishi

Ryujin Sushi Roll event

Tatsu Maki Sushi rollPhoto Credit: Ms. Akaishi

216-meter-long Ryujin Sushi Roll

216-meter-long Dragon Sushi rollPhoto Credit: Ms. Akaishi

Cherry Blossom Festival at Tsugaru Fujimi Lake

Cherry Blossom Festival at Tsugaru Fujimi LakePhoto Credit: Aomori Prefectural Government Office

Tsugaru Fujimi Lake

Tsugaru Fujimi LakePhoto Credit: Aomori Prefectural Government Office

Sacred flame relay

Fireworks and Ryujinsen parade during Tsuruta Festival (Celebration of Water and Fire)Photo Credit: Mr. Kudo, Tsuruta Photo Club

Mt. Iwaki and paddy fields after harvest

Mt. Iwaki and paddy fields after harvestPhoto Credit: Mr. Kudo, Tsuruta Photo Club

Mt. Iwaki from Fujimi Lake Park

Mt. Iwaki from Fujimi Lake ParkPhoto Credit: Mr. Kudo, Tsuruta Photo Club

Steuben grapes

Steuben grapesPhoto Credit: Ms. Akaishi

Tama Usagi Peach

Tama Usagi PeachPhoto Credit: Ms. Akaishi

Tsuruta Steuben Grape: the largest production in Japan

Steuben grapesPhoto Credit: Ms. Akaishi

Vast grape orchard

grape orchardPhoto Credit: Ms. Akaishi

Velvety Steuben grapes

Velvety Steuben grapesPhoto Credit: Ms. Akaishi

Hachiman-gu (Kurumidate)

Hachiman-gu (Kurumidate)Photo Credit:Tourism Industry Division, Tsuruta Town Office

Tsuruta Hagemasu Kai 

Tsuruta Hagemasu Kai 01Photo Credit:Tourism Industry Division, Tsuruta Town Office

Tsuruta Hagemasu Kai 

Tsuruta Hagemasu Kai 02Photo Credit:Tourism Industry Division, Tsuruta Town Office

Red-crowned crane at the Crane Nature Park

A pair of red-crowned cranes at the Crane Nature ParkPhoto Credit: Mr. Osawa

Red-crowned crane chick born in Crane Nature Park in 2012

Red-crowned crane chickPhoto Credit:Tourism Industry Division, Tsuruta Town Office

Red-crowned crane at the Crane Nature Park

Crane Nature ParkPhoto Credit: Mr. Osawa

Nebuta parade during Tsuruta Festival (Celebration of Water and Fire)

Tsuruta FestivalPhoto Credit:Tourism Industry Division, Tsuruta Town Office

Tsuruta Festival (Celebration of Water and Fire)

Tsuruta Festival:Celebration of Water and Fire 01Photo Credit:Tourism Industry Division, Tsuruta Town Office

Tsuruta Festival (Celebration of Water and Fire)

Tsuruta Festival:Celebration of Water and Fire 02Photo Credit:Tourism Industry Division, Tsuruta Town Office

Tsuru no Mai Bridge (Aerial shot)

Tsuru no Mai Bridge 03Photo Credit:Tourism Industry Division, Tsuruta Town Office

Fujimi Lake Park

Fujimi Lake Park 02Photo Credit: Ms. Akaishi

Mt. Iwaki from Sakura Zutsumi Park

Mt. Iwaki from Sakura Zutsumi ParkPhoto Credit: Ms. Akaishi


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Population: 14,179 (as of Aug 2012)
Sister City: Hood River, Oregon, USA
Municipal Tree: Japanese Pine
Municipal Flower: Apple Blossom
Municipal Bird: Japanese Red-crowned Crane
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