It seems that it is useless to put only very good soil, which is indispensable for agricultural products. The property of organic farming is microorganisms in the soil, and it seems good to have a lot of good and bad bacteria. Growing up in its natural state gives you resistance to something (such as illness). In the case of pesticide-free, water enters the crop, so do not use anything that pollutes the water. It seems that you shouldn’t use something that kills a lot of microorganisms in the soil. The Tsugaru Hamanasu Production Association is cultivating organic JAS; Japanese Agricultural Standard（The JAS system based on the Japanese Agricultural Standards Law (JAS Law) is a mark certifying that the government establishes standards (JAS) for foods, agriculture, forestry and fishery products and methods for handling them, and that they meet JAS. This is a system that allows the JAS mark) to be displayed on the food, agriculture, forestry and fishery products, and advertisements of businesses. The JAS / JAS mark is used in various situations, such as using the JAS mark as a basis for making decisions when purchasing products and using JAS as a means of appealing in transactions. It is a mark that imaged the sun, clouds, and plants. It represents foods produced by the power of nature on the basis of not relying on chemical substances such as pesticides and fertilizers, and is attached to agricultural products, processed foods, feeds and livestock products. A registered certification body inspects that organic foods are produced in compliance with JAS, and as a result, only certified businesses can affix the organic JAS mark. It is prohibited by law to label agricultural products, livestock products and processed foods that do not have this “organic JAS mark” with names such as “有機” and “organic” or to label them confusingly. From July 16, 2020, organic livestock products will require the JAS mark. “Organic agricultural products” shall be produced in accordance with any of the following. In order to maintain and improve the natural circulation function of agriculture, the productivity of agricultural land derived from the nature of soil (agriculture and forestry in the production of mushrooms) is based on avoiding the use of chemically synthesized fertilizers and pesticides. In addition to demonstrating the productivity derived from products and the productivity derived from seeds in the production of sprouts), we adopted a cultivation management method that reduces the burden on the environment derived from agricultural production as much as possible. To produce in the field. At the collection site (the place where the native agricultural products are collected; the same shall apply hereinafter), collect by a method that does not interfere with the maintenance of the ecosystem of the collection site-Japanese Agricultural Standard.）. The reason is to bring out the original vitality of the crop and bring out the depth of vegetables and fruits without relying on pesticides and chemical fertilizers to produce agricultural products that are as close to nature as possible. It is also important for consumers to choose the producer at the same time as choosing the food. “Washinosawa, Ushigata Town, Tsugaru City”, Takayama Inari Shrine is a shrine that is extremely profitable as a god of fertility, maritime safety, and prosperous business. There are various kinds of beliefs here, such as agriculture, commerce, industry, fishing, family safety, and healing of illness, and the shrine has been supported by the power of local and distant people. In addition, the multi-layered “Senbon shrine gate” that can only be seen here has a great impact and is worth a look. The torii is said to have the meaning of passing through, and represents the sacred place and area of the gods. It will be the gateway from the world we are in this world to the ghost world where God is. It is said that the dedication of the torii began with the meaning of gratitude that the wish passed or passed. It is said to be a religion from 1804 to 1830 during the Bunka and Bunsei era of the end of the Edo period. Looking back on the history of the Inari faith, which is said to be over 1300 years old, it must be said that it is only recently. In “Senbon Torii”, vermilion torii are lined up along the two approach roads without any gaps. However, it is clear that the reason why the two are in parallel is not clear. It is said that it probably represents the two worlds of gold wombs based on the ideas of both parts (the idea of Shinto and Buddhism). “Takami Melon”, Meteorological conditions with an average temperature of 17 degrees Celsius throughout the year. It was announced in 1990 at the Horticultural Plant Breeding Research Institute (Matsudo City, Chiba Prefecture). It is a green net-based house melon cultivated by crossing “Ams Melon”, “Earl’s Melon”, “Rocky Ford Melon”, and varieties introduced from Taiwan. A melon that has a F1 hybrid of melons with high storability as parents, has a high fragrance and sugar content, and has a long shelf life and a long-lasting eating time. After that, we started to grow red meat “Takami Red Melon” and blue meat “Orpheus,” so we promoted the branding of these three varieties collectively as Iioka melon. Having accumulated experience as the first cultivation area for Takami Melon, we have tried to differentiate ourselves from other production areas with our own cultivation standards and strict inspections. Regarding shipping, from the fields that have passed the sugar content test, each field is harvested while looking at the face of the melon, and carefully selected and shipped. As the stable quality was gradually recognized, I decided to brand it. Tsugaru City is located in the northwestern part of Aomori Prefecture, west of the central part of the Tsugaru Plain. It borders Nakadomari Town, Kitatsugaru District and Goshogawara City on the east side of the Iwaki River, faces the Sea of Japan on the west side, and its coastline is Shichirinagahama. It is called Kodomari, Nakadomari Town and Ichiura, Goshogawara City in the north, and Ajigasawa Town, Nishitsugaru District in the south, and a hilly area called Mt. Byobu continues along the coast. To the south, you can see Mt. Iwaki, the SHUHO of Tsugaru, and the Shirakami Mountains, a World Heritage Site. In the center, you can open up the vast Tsugaru Plain nurtured by the Iwaki River. A large breadbasket has been formed since the reclamation of Nitta by the famous Tsugaru clan. The area is 253.55 km2, which occupies about 2.6% of the prefecture area, and its land use is 56.0% for agricultural land, 4.5% for residential land, 13.7% for forests, and 25.8% for others. The climate is a typical Sea of Japan-type climate influenced by the Sea of Japan, and it is widely known as an area suitable for rice cultivation and summer-autumn vegetable cultivation because it is relatively cool in summer and the outbreak of pests is suppressed. In winter, there is a lot of snowfall due to the continuous strong winter-type pressure distribution, and traffic may be interrupted due to the blizzard caused by the strong westerly wind peculiar to the Sea of Japan, which affects the lives of residents. “Nishitsugaru District（Ajigasawa Town, Fukaura Town）” has been the name of the county since it was divided into five counties: east, west, middle, south, and north with the enactment of the county, ward, town, and village organization law in 1878. A county mayor was assigned to the county, and a county office was set up as its office, giving it the function of a substantial administrative division. Immediately before the enforcement of the municipal system in 1889, 108 villages in 11 towns were counted, but after the enforcement of the system: Ajigasawa Village, Maito Village, Nakamura, Akaishi Village, Naruzawa Village, Wooden Village, Tateoka Village, Shussei Village, Koshimizu Village, Shibata Village, Kawase Village, Fukaura Village, Odose Village, Iwasaki Village, Morita Village, Kashiwa Village, Inagaki Village , Shariki Village, Mizumoto Village, 13 Villages established. With the promulgation of the county system in 1890, the county was stipulated as an intermediate administrative agency between prefectures and municipalities, and a parliament (county council) was established to give it the function of a local government. However, since the county as a municipality (county council and county autonomy) was abolished in 1923, and the county as an administrative agency (gun mayor and county council) was abolished in 1926, the county has become a mere geographical division. It has become. After that, due to the merger of cities, towns and villages in 1955, there were 8 towns and villages. In addition, out of the 5 towns and villages that form this area, 4 towns and villages (Morita village and Shariki village are transitional groups up to 2004) have been designated as depopulated areas, and the outflow and decrease of the population continues. There seems to be. Tsugaru City was born on February 11, 2005 by merging the former Kizukuri Town, the former Morita Village, the former Kashiwa Village, the former Inagaki Village, and the former Shariki Village, and is famous as the ninth city in Aomori Prefecture. The city makes history as a land that was once a barren wetland, and was cultivated by its predecessors with unremitting efforts to confront adverse conditions and various obstacles in order to cultivate new rice fields. The paddy field landscape with fresh greenery in early summer and the magnificent rural landscape with golden rice ears in autumn swaying in the wind are one of the pride of the national ward. The beautiful Mt. Byobu windbreak landscape is the result of more than 200 years of tree planting projects that our predecessors have continued to protect Nitta from the strong westerlies from the Sea of Japan and the dust flying from the large sand dunes. SHICHIRIGAHAMA: As the name suggests, Nanari Nagahama, which extends from Kawajiri in Ajigasawa to near Lake Jusanko, is a long sandy beach that is over 28 km (about 7 ri). Since it is a sandy beach where no one lives, it is a place with a high degree of naturalness (Sakurai, Shishin). On the inland side of the windbreak, there are countless large and small swamps such as Lake Tappi. Brackish water bentos such as Corbicula japonica inhabit the estuary of Lake Jusanko and the Iwaki River. The beautiful Mt. Byobu windbreak landscape is the result of more than 200 years of tree planting projects that our predecessors have continued to protect Nitta from the strong westerlies from the Sea of Japan and the dust flying from the large sand dunes. Sand martin, Pale grass blue, Black-tailed gull, Slaty-backed gull, Slaty-backed gull, Little tern, Osprey, rockfish, halfbeak, octopus, great crested grebe, eel, arctic lamprey, Maltese descent type Itoyo, Chiromantes haematochea, Arctic lamprey, Luciogobius, Three-spined stickleback, Oshibana etc. In addition, there are many archaeological sites such as the Kamegaoka archaeological site, which is famous for the excavation of the shading clay figurines designated as national important cultural properties, the Ishigami archaeological site, and the hanging river archaeological site. The world’s largest buried forest about 28,000 years ago, Japan’s oldest apple tree, and estimated to be about 1,000 years old: There are Fraxinus mandshurica var. Japonica（一本タモ: An estimated 1000-year-old Manchurian Ash. The hump on the trunk is said to look like a woman’s breast, and has been worshiped locally as a “milking god” for some time.）, which is said to be the largest in Japan. International exchange is also active, and it has become a sister city after rescuing the crew of the “Cheseborough（A sailor was dying on the beach, but there was an episode that a woman in the village warmed her skin.）”, a sailing ship in Bus City, Maine, USA, which ran aground in the Sea of Japan (off Shariki) in 1889. At the annual Chessborough Cup Swimming Ekiden Tournament, players from the bus city as well as the whole country participate, and it is said that it is a big event that can be said to be a world tournament. Benche wetlands : One of the representative marshes of Tsugaru National Park, which has an altitude of about 20 m and an area of about 23 ha. Academically valuable coastal low-rise and middle-rise wetlands (wetlands made up of multiple layers of moss). In early June, Hemerocallis dumortieri C. Morren var. Esculenta (Koidz.) Kitam. Ex M. Matsuoka et M. Hotta（ゼンテイカ; Daylily : It is a plant of the lily family, and is derived from the fact that it grows naturally in the Nikko region of Tochigi prefecture and resembles a Hemerocallidoideae Lindley. It is a perennial plant with a height of about 70 cm, and its flowers are dark orange-yellow and are known as one-day flowers that open in the morning and deflate in the evening.）blooms and one side is dyed yellow. Around the end of June, the area changes from yellow to purple in a large community of Iris ensata Thunb. Var. Spontanea (Makino) Nakai ex Makino et Nemoto (1930)（野花菖蒲: A perennial plant of the Iridaceae family that grows in swamps and grasslands. The thick middle veins of the leaves are conspicuous, the flowers are purplish red, and there are thin pale yellow spots in the center.）. This marshland, where various flowers are in full bloom, was designated as one of Japan’s 100 Best Nature in 1983. In the city, efforts to contribute to the sound development of agriculture, forestry and fisheries promoted along with the development of renewable energy power generation facilities: From two large-scale wind power generation companies in the city (Green Power Tsugaru LLC., Mahoroba Wind Power Generation Co., Ltd.), a part of the revenue from the sale of electricity from the wind power generation business will be used as funds for regional promotion measures in the agriculture, forestry and fisheries industry. Received the intended donation. In April 2020, the Tsugaru City Agricultural, Mountain and Fishing Village Revitalization Project Fund Ordinance was enacted and the fund started operation in order to use the donations to finance the expenses used for regional promotion projects in the agriculture, forestry and fisheries industry. Archaeological material : 森田石神遺跡出土品土器類, 土偶ほか219点, つがる市森田歴史民俗資料館, 森田町森田月見野, 平成2年6月29日. Historic site : 木造亀ヶ岡石器時代遺跡, 縄文晩期, 木造館岡地内, 昭和19年6月26日, 木造田小屋野貝塚, 縄文前期貝塚, 木造館, 岡田小屋野地内, 昭和19年6月26. 木造盛農薬商会倉庫旧高谷銀行本店, 個人, 木造千代町, 平成15年7月17. Archaeological material : 木造盤形籃胎漆器, 亀ヶ岡遺跡出土（縄文晩期）, 個人, 木造亀ケ岡考古資料館 (木造館岡屏風山), 昭和31年5月14日, 森田石神遺跡出土, 縄文式遺物土器類等20点, 個人, 森田町床舞真鶴, 森田町床舞豊原, 昭和48年12月3日. 柏日本最古のりんごの木, 樹齢125年のりんご樹紅絞 (べにしぼり) 2本, 祝 (いわい) 1本, 個人, 柏桑野木田千年, 昭和35年11月11日. 木造千代の松, 津軽四代藩主信政公お手植えの松, 木造千代町, 昭和60年4月4日, 木造公孫樹, 津軽四代藩主信政公お手植えの公孫樹 (銀杏), 木造千代町, 昭和60年4月4日, 木造書蹟掛軸蓮如上人真筆の書, 個人, 木造千代町, 昭和60年4月4日, 木造扁額, 松平定信直筆の書, 木造日向, 昭和62年3月5日, 木造中央公民館講堂, 旧制木造中学校講堂, 木造曙, 平成4年5月8日, 森田「藤の木」三本樹齢400年以上といわれる: 藤の古木尊殿堂藤の木保存会 (管理：栄田自治会), 森田町上相野千代倉, 昭和53年12月18日, 森田増田家住宅, 母屋木造茅葺一部二階建, 総床面積430.92 km2, 明治中期建設, つがる市(管理者：つがる地球村株式会社), 森田町床舞稚桜 (道の駅「もりた」内), 平成8年6月17日, 稲垣久米川遺跡, 平安時代後期の住居跡及び出土品, 個人, 稲垣町沼崎久米川, 昭和54年4月1日, 稲垣松枝遺跡, 平安時代後期の住居跡及び出土品, 個人, 稲垣町吉出松枝, 昭和54年8月11日, 稲垣ヤチダモ樹齢1000年のヤチダモ, 国 (東北地方整備局), 稲垣町豊川千代島, 昭和56年9月30日, 稲垣欅樹齢300年以上といわれる欅の古木, 宗教法人要法寺, 稲垣町下繁田磯繁, 平成5年3月10日, 稲垣旧尾野家住宅, 1892年に建築された津軽地方を代表する木造農家住宅, 稲垣町豊川宮川, 平成6年4月28日, 稲垣銀杏, 樹齢300年以上といわれる銀杏の古木, 春日神社宮総代, 稲垣町豊川初瀬, 平成6年12月16日, 車力黒印状, 牛潟村開村についての藩令 (鳴海小四郎宛), 個人, 牛潟町潟上, 平成15年2月19日. Morita History and Folklore Museum : 森田町森田月見野 : A large number of artifacts excavated from the Ishikami archaeological site, a base village of cylindrical pottery culture in the middle to middle Jomon period about 6000 to 4000 years ago, are exhibited and are full of charm. You can enjoy one of the goals of Jomon culture and art, such as 219 national important cultural properties. “Ajigasawa Town”, With the enforcement of the municipal system in 1889, it became Ajigasawa Town, and since then it has continued to move forward as the political and economic center of western Tsugaru. The current Ajigasawa was born in 1955 by the merger of Ajigasawa Town, Akaishi Village, Nakamura, Narusawa Village, and Maito Village. Facing the Sea of Japan (west coast of Aomori Prefecture), it covers approximately 22 km east-west and 40 km north-south, with a total area of approximately 343.08 km2, making it the eighth largest area in the prefecture. It faces the Sea of Japan in the north, and has the Shirakami Mountains, a world natural heritage site that is known as a habitat for black woodpeckers, and is adjacent to Akita Prefecture. The city area is formed along the coastline, and about 40 settlements are scattered in the areas of the Akaishi, Nakamura, and Naruzawa rivers that flow through the town. Approximately 80% of the town’s soil is occupied by forests, and among them, approximately 20000 ha of national forests are arranged at the headwaters of the Akaishi and Nakamura rivers, symbolizing abundant nature. The town has a long history, and it is estimated from stone monuments that villages had already been formed during the Northern and Southern Dynasties. In 1491, Mitsunobu OURA, the founder of the Tsugaru clan, joined Tanesato, and since then he has often remained in the literature. During the feudal era, it prospered as a port for the Tsugaru feudal clan and seemed to occupy an important position as a gateway to maritime transportation. 津軽氏城跡 (種里城跡) : 史跡, 種里町, 平成14年12月19日, 親鸞上人連座御影 : 絵画, 釣町, 昭和38年4月10日, 阿弥陀如来像 : 絵画, 釣町, 昭和38年4月10日, 菩薩坐像（寺伝薬師如来像）円空仏 : 彫刻, 富根町, 昭和41年1月12日, 鰺ヶ沢白八幡宮の大祭行事 : 無形民俗文化財, 平成25年8月14日, 鰺ヶ沢雪景図 : 絵画, 本町, 平成3年10月21日, 館地蔵堂の板碑 : 考古資料, 舞戸町, 昭和58年4月20日, 館の板碑 : 考古資料, 舞戸町, 平成3年10月21日, 無量庵跡の板碑 : 考古資料, 田中町, 昭和58年4月20日, 松源寺の板碑 : 考古資料, 赤石町, 昭和58年4月20日, 日照田の板碑 : 考古資料, 日照田町, 昭和58年4月20日, 種里旧墓地の板碑 : 考古資料, 種里町, 昭和58年4月20日, 永禄の墓石 : 考古資料, 中村町, 昭和58年4月20日, 種里八幡宮棟札 : 歴史資料3, 種里町, 昭和58年4月20日, 種里八幡宮身正体 : 歴史資料2, 種里町, 昭和58年4月20日, 種里八幡宮弓具 : 歴史資料3, 種里町, 昭和58年4月20日, 種里八幡宮獅子頭 : 歴史資料1, 種里町, 昭和58年4月20日, 白八幡宮絵馬群 : 歴史資料, 本町, 平成3年10月21日, 白八幡宮玉垣 : 歴史資料, 本町, 昭和58年4月20日, 常灯碑 : 歴史資料, 本町, 昭和58年4月20日, 明和地震供養塔 : 歴史資料, 富根町, 平成元年5月19日, 堀切沢の天明飢饉供養塔 : 歴史資料, 舞戸町, 昭和58年4月20日, 岸文靖墓道表 : 歴史資料, 釣町, 平成3年10月21日, 日蔭塚 : 歴史資料, 舞戸町, 昭和58年4月20日, 保村晩杏句碑 : 歴史資料, 舞戸町, 昭和58年4月20日, 化石塚 : 歴史資料, 釣町, 昭和58年4月20日, 芭蕉塚 : 歴史資料, 七ッ石町, 昭和58年4月20日, 禽翁齋宗全墓 : 歴史資料, 新町, 昭和58年4月20日, 塩越屋羽扇墓 : 歴史資料, 七ッ石町, 昭和58年4月20日, 生駒き員墓 : 歴史資料, 釣町, 昭和58年4月20日, 豊島佳兮墓 : 歴史資料, 所在不明, 昭和58年4月20日, 日和山の岩木山遥拝所碑 : 有形民俗文化財, 舞戸町, 昭和58年4月20日, 八衢神碑 : 有形民俗文化財, 七ッ石町, 平成3年10月21日, 大然大山祇神社社標（マタギ記念銘）: 有形民俗文化財, 一ッ森町, 昭和58年4月20日, 白八幡宮神輿渡御 : 無形民俗文化財, 昭和56年5月21日, 正調鰺ヶ沢甚句 : 無形民俗文化財, 昭和59年9月19日, 鰺ヶ沢くどき : 無形民俗文化財, 昭和59年9月19日, 目内崎獅子舞 : 無形民俗文化財, 平成3年10月21日, 赤石の追分碑 : 史跡, 赤石町, 昭和58年4月20日, 田村麻呂の腰掛石 : 史跡, 本町, 昭和58年4月20日, 公墓跡 : 史跡, 南浮田町, 昭和58年4月20日, 鬼神神社のクロマツ : 天然記念物, 建石町, 昭和62年8月20日, 願行寺のクロマツ : 天然記念物, 新町, 昭和62年8月20日, 松源寺のクロマツ / ケヤキ : 天然記念物, 赤石町, 昭和62年8月20日, 石神神社のクロマツ / セン : 天然記念物, 建石町, 昭和62年8月20日, 中村久須志神社のスギ : 天然記念物, 中村町, 昭和62年8月20日, 種里八幡宮のスギ : 天然記念物, 種里町, 昭和62年8月20日, 種里御廟所のスギ / アカマツ : 天然記念物, 種里町, 昭和62年8月20日, 日照田高倉神社のイチョウ : 天然記念物, 日照田町, 昭和62年8月20日, 来生寺のイチョウ : 天然記念物, 釣町, 昭和62年8月20日, 一ッ森のサイカチ : 天然記念物, 一ッ森町, 昭和62年8月20日, 細ヶ平のイチイ : 天然記念物, 深谷町, 昭和62年8月20日, 蓬平のイチイ : 天然記念物, 芦萢町, 平成15年10月24日. The white cotton around the seed has a unique active ingredient called “C10H13N5O4”. It’s easy to throw away that part, but research has shown that adenosine has the effect of smoothing blood. The taste is not good, but it’s best to eat as little as possible. Hair growth activity is one of the areas of interest in adenosine. It supplies fresh oxygen to the hair roots, promotes blood circulation, and promotes hair growth. It not only thins the hair but also prepares the scalp environment, so it is an excellent product that is expected to improve various scalp problems.
Takami Melon is produced in Tsugaru City, a town located in the western part of the Tsugaru Peninsula. The melons that are cultivated grow in the sand dunes called “Mt. Byobu-san” that stretches for about 30km along the Sea of Japan. It seems that very sweet melons grow in areas where the temperature difference between day and night is large. As for melons produced in Aomori prefecture, melons are selected by a fruit sorter equipped with a maturity sensor, so it seems that melons that are optimal in size and maturity can be shipped in a stable manner. The public research institute for horticultural plants called the Horticultural Plant Breeding Research Institute (formerly the Japan Horticultural Production Research Institute) is located in Matsudo City, Chiba Prefecture, and it can be said that this place is the birthplace. It was announced in the early 1990s of the Heisei era.
According to the producer, melon cultivation is rewarding, but it is hard work and the cultivation period is as long as half a year, it is quite difficult to go out, and it seems to be a crop that requires detailed management. There is also attachment, and some farmers grow melons even in green house cultivation and open field cultivation. It is a pity that the number of growers is decreasing year by year as the producers age, and it seems complicated because they are familiar with the difficulty of melon cultivation.
Yoritomo made the Kanto lords take control of the Mutsu and Dewa provinces, which had lost their actual rulers due to the destruction of Mr. Fujiwara, with the Oshu Battle of Oshoku Award. Kiyoshige KASAI (who has the same surname as the producer, who was the first to approach Atsushikayama’s base (Kunimi Town, Date District, Fukushima Prefecture) in the Battle of Oshu. It corresponds to the general flow of Mr. Chichibu and Mr. Toshima who follow the flow. He was paid a vast territory called Gogun Niho centering on Heian. Kiyoshige inherited the military and police powers possessed by Mr. Fujiwara Oshu, and along with Izawa family style, who was later appointed to the Mutsu Province Absence Office, as the Oshu Sou magistrate, following the “preceding precedent of Hidehira and Yasuhira” in Mutsu Province. It is the embodiment of the Kamakura Shogunate politics.