1. Sukayu Onsen in Aomori.

    Hakkoda Mountains and Sukayu Onsen

    The area in and around the Hakkoda Mountain range is one of the coldest and snowiest regions in Japan.

  2. Kandachime at Shiriyazaki Cape.

    Kandachime Horses at Cape Shiriya in Aomori

    The "Kandachime horses" are unique to Higashidori Village and are now protected as a Prefectural Natural Treasure of Aomori.

  3. Jomon Period in Japan

    Jomon Period in Japan

    The vegetation in Japan was also beginning to change. Conifer forests, which had occupied most of the land, were, little by little, replaced by deciduous broad-leaf trees.