婉儿婉儿Senshu Park is located along the Kubota Castle ruins of the Satake clan in Akita City. It is a park full of greenery. In the Edo period, the castle was once prosperous as the residence of the 200,000-stone Ishigami, and the Satake clan, the lord of the Akita domain, and now there are many historical relics. The Satake Historical Museum in the park displays historical materials from 12 generations of people in the domain of the domain. From the outer city to the center of the city, there are portraits of the twelve generations of feudalism, tea room, large washbasin, Yojiro Inari Shrine, etc. The restored Kubota Castle main gate and water fountain have become popular leisure places for citizens.
bmi2004Thousands of miles came to see the Lantern Festival, which has been passed down for centuries, and it didn't disappoint me. His appearance and skills were not good. Kanto Lantern Festival originated during the Baoli year. In order to drive away the evils and evils of summer, it is held from August 3rd to 6th in the Gregorian calendar every year. During the Kanto Festival, there will be a Kanto Contest during the day and take turns to perform. The performances are scored by professionals on the podium. At night, lanterns are lit on Kanto Street, Taiko drums are played, and various pole skills are displayed. There is a paid viewing seat in the center of the street. There were crowds of spectators standing along the street, tens of thousands of people gathered, applauding and cheering, and there was a lot of excitement. There were even younger children who held up the children's pole lantern in full posture, and looked no less serious than adults.
婉儿婉儿Lake Tazawa is a lake located in Semboku City, Akita Prefecture, Japan. It is the deepest lake in Japan and the 17th deepest lake in the world. The cause of the lake is not yet known. The area is 25.8 square kilometers, the deepest point is 423.4 meters, and the average water depth is 280.0 meters. In 1987, Chengcheng Lake was established as a sister lake with Niaosong Township, Kaohsiung County, Taiwan (now Niaosong District, Kaohsiung City).