Meet my dog, Mutsu.
He was abandoned when he was about 1 year old. While running through a forest road near Mutsu City of Aomori, he happened to find me. Curious and adventurous, he enjoys exploring!
I just started a new blog called “Story of Mutsu” to share his story and encourage people to adopt pets. I’ll write it in both English and Japanese.
Please visit “Story of Mutsu” to read about his adventures in Japan!
Hirosaki is a city in western Aomori Prefecture known for its beautiful castle and cherry blossoms. The city holds a Sakura Matsuri (Cherry Blossom Festival) every year from April 23 to May 5. Read more
Kushihiki Hachiman-gu is a historical shrine in Hachinohe, Aomori, dating back to 1166. Because of its long history, the shrine owns many treasures, including two sets of armor designated as National Important Cultural Properties. I was surprised to learn that some of the country’s most beautiful samurai armor could be found in a small city in Aomori. Read more