City is located on
the Tsugaru Peninsula in northwest Aomori Prefecture, the northernmost
prefecture on the main island of Japan. Bordered on the west by the
Sea of Japan, the city spans an area of approximately 100 square
miles, 56% of which is used for agricultural purposes.
season in Tsugaru is distinct, with a brilliant green accompanying the
spring rice planting, a comparatively cool summer, and a short yet
vibrant autumn. Tsugaru Cityfs most distinct season is by far winter,
where upwards of 60h of snow falls in a given year.
Temperatures hover just below freezing during the winter months before
warming up in April and May to 50-60 degrees Fahrenheit. Summer
is usually cool but very humid, with highs around 90 degrees. Summer
ebbs into fall beginning in September and temperatures drop into the