Shonai Plain, Yamagata Prefecture: It is nurtured by the flow of the mogami river and Akagawa river from different sources. To the north Mt. Chokai : Dewa Sanzan (Three Mountains of Dewa ; Shrine-Mt. Haguro, Mt. Gassan, Mt. Yudono) to the east-It is said that Koteko’s son, Prince Hachiko, escaped from the capital at the discretion of Prince Umayado (Prince Shotoku), and became the founder of Dewa Sanzan (Three Sacred Mountains of Dewa) in Tsuruoka City, Yamagata Prefecture. South is surrounded by mountains in the Asahi mountain range（寒江山, 小朝日岳, 平岩山, 鳥原山, 祝瓶山 etc.）-One of Japan’s leading granary areas, with large sand dunes on the west side facing the Sea of Japan. Humans settled in the Region as far back as the Paleolithic and Jomon periods. Southern hills and foothills : The ruins of hunting life at that time are interspersion. In the Kofun period, people also settle in the lowlands of the plains. He started his rice-growing life under the control of a powerful family. At the end of the Heian period, a manor called Oizumi-sho was set up in this region. “Gikeiki”, 大泉荘大梵寺を通せ給ふ – Description, Daibonji Temple later became known as Daihoji Temple. Eventually it will become the center of Oizumi-sho. At the beginning of the Kamakura period, Mr. Muto ruled as lord of a manorof Oizumi-sho. Since then, it has prospered as a regional center throughout the Middle Ages : In the 1530s, seeking harm during the war : Take up residence at Oura Castle (now Oyama). From the Middle Ages, Mt. Haguro was a major force here. It is said that he also served as a steward and protected Kurokawa thickly（Inherited for more than 500 years by the parishioner ; It is divided into an upper seat and a lower seat, which are Noza (farmer) of the guardian Kasuga Shrine. Oral biography of the 56th Emperor Seiwa. Designated in 1976 as a national important intangible folk cultural property.）. After the fall, Shonai will be under the control of Echigo Uesugi. In 1591, Kanetsugu Naoe built Daihoji Castle as a political base. The Naoe army attacked the Yamagata Castle fiercely, and finally besieged the Hasedo Castle, the advance-guard station of the Yamagata Castle (the Battle of Dewa in the Keicho Era or the Battle of Hasedo). As a result of the Battle of Sekigahara, Yoshiaki Mogami, the lord of Yamagata, ruled Shonai in 1601. Daihoji Castle is maintained as a retired castle : In 1603, the name was changed to Tsurugaoka Castle. Entering the Edo period, Mr. Mogami was confiscated in 1622. Instead, Tadakatsu Sakai （140,000 koku of rice in Fudai Daimyo）entered the country as the lord of the Shonai clan. The castle town is maintained with Tsuruoka as the residence-To build on the basics. The Shonai clan has Akumi District and Tagawa District. This is administratively divided into Kawakita Misato and Kawanami Five Streets. 中川通, 櫛引通, 京田通, 山浜通 – The Shonai clan was ruled by the Sakai clan for about 250 years. From the Restoration down to the present. In 1869, Mr. Sakai repatriates the edition.etc. “平成の大合併” – 鶴岡市, 藤島町, 羽黒町, 櫛引町, 朝日村, 温海町が合併 – 平成17年10 月1日に, 新鶴岡市が発足 – With an area of 1,311.53 km2, it is the largest city in Tohoku. Formulated a comprehensive plan in January 2010.“藤沢周平（Mr. Tomeji Kosuge）”, Born December 26, 1937. 旧東田川郡黄金村大字高坂 ; Oaza Takasaka, Tsuruoka City – 暗殺の年輪, 1973 ; 文藝春秋, 又蔵の火, 1974 ; 文藝春秋, 闇の梯子, 1974 ; 文藝春秋, 檻車墨河を渡る, 1975 ; 文藝春秋, 改題 : 雲奔る 小説・雲井龍雄 ; 中公文庫, 竹光始末, 1976 ; 新潮文庫, 時雨のあと, 1976 ; 新潮文庫, 義民が駆ける, 1976 ; 中央公論社, 講談社文庫,冤罪,1976 ;新潮文庫,暁のひかり,1976 ;文春文庫,逆軍の旗, 1976 ; 文春文庫, 喜多川歌麿女絵草紙, 1977 ; 講談社文庫, 闇の穴, 1977 ; 新潮文庫, 闇の歯車, 1977 ; 講談社, 長門守の陰謀, 1978 ; 講談社文庫, 春秋山伏記, 1978 ; 家の光協会, 角川文庫, 一茶, 1978 ; 文藝春秋, 神隠し, 1979 ; 新潮文庫, 雪明かり, 1979 ; 講談社文庫, 回天の門, 1979 ; 文藝春秋, 驟り雨, 1980 ; 新潮文庫, 橋ものがたり, 1980 ; 新潮文庫, 出合茶屋 神谷玄次郎捕物控, 1980 ; 双葉社, 改題: 霧の果て, 1985 ; 文春文庫, 闇の傀儡師, 1980 ; 文藝春秋, 夜の橋, 1981 ; 文春文庫, 時雨みち, 1981 ; 新潮文庫, 霜の朝, 1981 ; 新潮文庫, 密謀, 1982 ; 新潮文庫, よろずや平四郎活人剣, 1983 ; 文藝春秋, 龍を見た男, 1983 ; 新潮文庫, 海鳴り, 1984 ; 文藝春秋, “白き瓶－小説 / 長塚節”, 1985 ; 文藝春秋, 花のあと, 1985 ; 文春文庫, 風の果て, 1985 ; 文春文庫, 決闘の辻: 藤沢版新剣客伝, 1985 ; 講談社, 潮田伝五郎置文, 1985 ; 東京文芸社, 本所しぐれ町物語, 1987 ; 新潮文庫, 蟬しぐれ, 1988 ; 文藝春秋, たそがれ清兵衛, 1988 ; 新潮文庫, 市塵, 1988 ; 講談社（日本歴史文学館）, 麦屋町昼下がり, 1989 ; 文藝春秋, 三屋清左衛門残日録, 1989 ; 文藝春秋, 玄鳥, 1991 ; 文藝春秋, 天保悪党伝, 1992 ; 新潮文庫, 秘太刀馬の骨, 1992 ; 文藝春秋, 夜消える, 1994 ; 文春文庫, 日暮れ竹河岸, 1996 ; 文藝春秋, 漆の実のみのる国, 1997 ; 文藝春秋, 静かな木, 1998 ; 新潮社, 未刊行初期短篇, 2006 ; 文藝春秋-鶴岡市青龍寺金峯, 高坂字大台, 滝沢字薬師嶽, “藤沢”字荒沢 : Designated date : April 23, 1941-Management organization name : Tsuruoka City（S17・6/23) : Historic site scenic spot natural monument-高さ約460 m,東には羽黒山, 月山, 湯殿山の翠を列ぬるあり北には鳥海山の巍峩たる雄姿を挺んづるあり西には日本海の渺茫たるあり其の北部には飛嶋の浮べるあり頂點竝高處よりの視界に入るもの更に舊庄内の田野大半遠く連なるあり最上の長川之を串流して海に注げるあり我邦展望の壯觀として洵に稀有に屬す山上に此の如き地點多く上中下位に依つて各々其の景觀を殊にす山亦佳林を帶び其の中幽致に富める地尠からず. “鶴岡市青龍寺” – 銅造如意輪観音坐像 : Prefectural designated cultural property October 25, 1955-金峯山博物館. 六所神社の獅子頭6面 : Prefectural designated tangible folk cultural property December 1, 1998. “黄金産孟宗” – A long time ago, when building the main shrine of Kinbou Shrine : A palace carpenter who came down from Kyoto brings in bamboo stock from Kyoto : It started when I planted this at the foot of Mt. Kinbou, a corner of the Shonai Plain. “Kogane Area”, Since the west side is blocked by Mt. Kinbou, the westerly wind and the west sun do not hit. “孟宗” – It is also moderately moist and dislikes the soil drying out. It is in good condition and grows in nourishing thaw water and is fresh. It has a sweet taste and a low harsh taste. “Golden moso bamboo; Phyllostachys heterocycla f. holochrysa” : Golden form of the genus Moso bamboo. The culm height and diameter are almost the same as Mosouchiku. The yellow (golden) color of the culms shines paler in younger bamboos. Same as moso bamboo In addition, it has fine leaves, short internodes, and slightly drooping shoots, making it the best ornamental bamboo, and bamboo shoots are also used as food. “竹の子”, Young shoots of Bambusoideae. New bamboo shoots in early spring are essential items that color the seasons and are used in various dishes. The main edible bamboo shoots are Moso bamboo ; Phyllostachys edulis. Phyllostachys nigra var. Henonis; Henon bamboo has a low harsh taste and a good texture. Phyllostachys bambusoides ; Japanese Timber Bamboo has black spots on the skin. In addition, there are various types such as Sasa kurilensis (Sasa kurilensis (Rupr.) Makino et Shibata) that grows in cold regions. Seasoned bamboo shoots（Ramen ingredients）is lactic acid fermented bamboo shoots from Dendrocalamus latiflorus Munro. For other cooking uses, The tips are vinegared, seasoned, soup, the central part is simmered, stir-fried, fried, and the root is sliced and cooked, making it ideal for rice and sashimi; sliced raw plant. Do not leave what you have dug out.（COOH-COOH); Oxalic acid and other harshness will increase, so it is recommended to remove it as soon as possible.
Phyllostachys heterocycla f. pubescens) is famous as a super-large evergreen bamboo of the Poaceae, Poaceae, Madake genus, Mosouchiku species. In the latter half of the Edo period, the Shimazu clan (now Kagoshima Prefecture) imported from China in the Qing Dynasty via the Ryukyu Kingdom (now Okinawa), and Tenshoin (Atsuhime: Midadokoro of the 13th shogun of the Edo Shogunate, Tokugawa Iesada) The person who became (a nobleman’s wife) (1836-1883) is said to have been planted in the garden of Sengon-en, a villa of the Shimazu clan, and now cultivated throughout the country. It grows rapidly, reaching a maximum height of 25m in 3 months. The young bamboo that grows from the rhizome is edible as bamboo shoots, and the culms are poor in physical strength and workability, so they are used as materials for small items such as bamboo blinds and bamboo blinds.
The famous Shuhei Fujisawa said that the taste of the season that comes to mind every May is “Moso soup,” a local dish that represents spring in Shonai. In the Shonai region, “Moso bamboo” is loved as a seasonal ingredient that colors the dining table in spring. In particular, the Yutagawa River is said to be the northernmost region of the Moso bamboo grove, and the “Yudagawa Moso” harvested here is known throughout Japan for its moist red clay soil and cold melted snow. It seems to grow into a well-known good quality bamboo shoot. About 20 minutes by car from Tsuruoka Station. Yudagawa Onsen, which is blessed with the fruits of the land and sea and is easily accessible from the city, is famous as a popular hot spring town as Tsuruoka’s inner parlor. Together with Yunohama Onsen and Atsumi Onsen, it is known as one of the three famous hot springs in Shonai. It has a long history and is said to have been opened in 712. It is said that white herons used to heal their wounds in the hot springs that gushed out in the reedbeds, and in the olden days it was called “white heron hot springs.” In 2001, it was designated by the Ministry of the Environment as a “National Hot Spring Resort” for its excellent spring quality and environment.