The city of Mutsu is located in the heart of Shimokita Peninsula, the northern region of Aomori Prefecture. Bordered on the east by the village of Higashidori, on the west by the town of Kawauchi, to the north by the town of Ohata, and to the south by the Yokohama town (Yokohama-machi), Mutsu has come to stand as a city vital importance for Shimokita Peninsula.
Yokohama town located in the Kamikita District, occupies the northeastern coastline of Mutsu Bay, at the entrance to Shimokita Peninsula of Aomori Prefecture. The town has a cold maritime climate characterized by cool short summers and long cold winters with heavy snowfall. “Sea cucumber” Yokohama take that name has been widely known as a delicacy in the New Year at home and abroad. From the observation deck next to the Mutsu Bay has great views of the Shimokita Peninsula adjacent to Mutsu City.
Points of Interest at Yokohama town (Yokohama-machi) in Shimokita Peninsula of Mutsu City (Mutsu-shi):
Nanohana unique taste of Yokohama town shopping center
Specialties for fresh seafood and souvenirs
Yokohama town Hall,
35, Terashita, Yokohama-machi, Kamikita District (Kitakami-gun), Aomori Prefecture 039-4145, Japan [Geo Coordinate: 41.082894,141.248602]