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Kitaakita City
Kitaakita in Akita
Location in Akita
Physical characteristics
Area1,152.76 km²
Population30,008 (as of 2022-02-28)
TreeJapanese Beech (椈)
FlowerHydrangea (紫陽花)
BirdBlack Woodpecker (熊啄木鳥)
City emblem
City Hall
MayorEikou Tsuya (津谷 永光)
Address19-1 Hanazono-chō,
Kitaakita, Akita 018-3392
(〒018-3392 秋田県
Telephone☎ 0186-62-1111

Kitaakita (北秋田市; -shi) is Akita Prefecture's second-largest city by area. Clockwise from the north, it shares a border with Odate and Kazuno in the north-east, Semboku in the south-east, Akita City and Kamikoani in the south-west, and Noshiro and Fujisato in the north-west.

Note: This page is about Kitaakita City the municipality as a whole. For detailed information on restaurants and entertainment in "downtown" Kitaakita, see: Takanosu!


Kitaakita is located in the north-central part of Akita prefecture. Kitaakita's area is 1,152.76 km², making it the second largest (by area) municipality in Akita prefecture after Yurihonjō. The area is easy to remember because in Japanese wordplay (語呂合わせ; goroawase) it can be read イイコニナロ(ウ), or "let's be good kids." As of April 1st, 2017 the population was estimated to be 32,216, giving the city a population density of only 27.9 people per km². Among the cities of Akita prefecture, Kitaakita is second only to Semboku in lowest population density. 155 foreigners live in Kitaakita.

The city was formed in March of 2005 with the consolidation of the four former towns, Takanosu Town (鷹巣町; -machi), Moriyoshi Town (森吉町; -machi), Ani Town (阿仁町; -machi), and Aikawa Town (合川町; -machi). Today, the names of the four former towns are frequently used without the -machi (町) suffix to identify the regions of Kitaakita, but are no longer independent towns in the political sense. Each of these regions are now sometimes referred to with the suffix -chiku (地区) instead. Alternatively the regions may continue to be referred to with their suffix -machi if the prefix Kyuu- (旧; former) is also added in front. Despite the merge, each of Kitaakita's four towns maintains a local atmosphere as well as their own festivals and charms.


JR 鷹ノ巣 (Takanosu) station.
Maeda Minami Station on the Nairiku Line, which is said to resemble the station in the movie 君の名は (Kimi no na wa)
The Ferry on Lake Taihei.

Being located in the very center of northern Akita, Kitaakita serves as a hub for many modes of transportation.


Kitaakita has three Roadside Stations: Takanosu, Odate-Noshiro Airport, and Ani.

Currently the Takanosu area serves as the south-western terminus of the Akita Expressway (秋田自動車道; E7). As of the completion of the December 2020 extension, the highway starts at Kanisawa IC in western Takanosu, cuts across Takanosu east/west, and continues through Odate before reaching the Kosaka Junction (which connects with Hirosaki and Aomori to the north, and Morioka and Sendai to the south).

Currently Takanosu is home to the following exits/ICs, from east to west:

  1. Kanisawa IC (in western Takanosu, near Route 7)
  2. Isedōtai IC (near the Isedōtai Site)
  3. Odate-Noshiro Airport IC ("Ōdate-Noshiro Kūkō IC"; in front of the Odate-Noshiro Airport)
  4. Takanosu IC (near Seiyō ES)

Eventually the expressway will be expanded west to connect with the Akita Expressway in Futatsui to offer service south to Akita City, Yurihonjo, and Yokote.

National Roads
Route 7 runs east-west through Takanosu, connecting to Odate and Noshiro.
Route 285 runs east-west through Takanosu and Moriyoshi, connecting to Kazuno and Akita City.
Route 105 runs south from Takanosu, through Moriyoshi and Ani, connecting to Kakunodate and Daisen.


Buses in and around Kitaakita City are operated by Shuhoku Bus.

Fixed Route Bus
Shuhoku Bus offers several bus routes through Kitaakita City. Thee buses are easily distinguished by their distinctive green or red color. You can find more information on the Shuhoku Bus website (Japanese). Click 時刻表 (jikokuhyou) for times. The English timetable for the Takanosu ↔ Odate line can be found on this page.

They operate several buses per day on routes with high ridership:

They also operate one bus per day out to remote locations such as Hitachinai and the Moriyoshi Dam.

Express Bus
Shuhoku Bus also operates highway buses from and through Kitaakita. Of course you can find more information on their Highway Bus website (Japanese). These buses require a reservation unless otherwise noted.

  • Jupiter Line
This line connects Noshiro, Takanosu, and Odate with Tokyo. This is an overnight bus. You can pick this bus up from the Itoku Plaza at 9:30pm, arriving at Ikebukuro Station at 7:25am the following morning.
  • Michinoku Line
This line connects Odate, and Kazuno, with Morioka. Shuhoku Bus operates one bus every hour (14 per day) to and from Odate Station (reachable by fixed route bus from Takanosu Station). You don't need a reservation for this line.
  • Odate-Sendai Line
Two buses per day depart Odate Station in the morning for Sendai. It might be difficult to arrive at Odate Station early enough if departing from Takanosu!


Takanosu is home to JR Takanosu station, which is a station on the JR Ou Line with service to Akita City and Hirosaki.

Takanosu is also the northern terminus of the Akita Nairiku Line. The Nairiku Line provides service south from Takanosu through all four of Kitaakita's towns, continuing into Semboku. It's headquarters is located at Aniai Station in Ani. It's southern terminus is Kakunodate, where one can transfer to the Komachi Shinkansen.


Odate-Noshiro Airport, which is located in neither Odate nor Noshiro, can be found in Takanosu. Kitaakita Citizens affectionately call this airport "Akita North Airport." This airport operates two flights each to and from Tokyo Haneda Airport each day. Parking is free.


Kitaakita, being a landlocked municipality, cannot be reached by sea. It does, however, offer the Lake Taihei Ferry in Moriyoshi. It offers service to the other side of the lake, which is also in Moriyoshi. At the other side of the lake is the trailhead which leads to Sankai Falls.

Regions / Former Towns

Click on a town to go to that town's page.

Takanosu (鷹巣)

See: Takanosu
Flag of Takanosu Akita.JPG

The focal town of the city with the local government offices, most businesses, and the connection train stations linking the Ou Line with the Nairiku Line.

Moriyoshi (森吉)

See: Moriyoshi
Flag of Moriyoshi Akita.JPG

The town which bears the name of the local mountain peak. It is separated into two primary areas: Yonaizawa (near Aikawa) and Maeda (near Ani).

Ani (阿仁)

See: Ani
Flag of Ani Akita.JPG

The most mountainous and rugged town in the city. Also the largest in area, yet the least populous. Claims the southern half of Mt. Moriyoshi as well as waterfalls, hiking trails, and bears! It is also the home of Ani Ski Resort, the largest ski resort in Kitaakita. Ani is separated into two primary areas: Aniai in the north, and Ōani in the south.

Aikawa (合川)

See: Aikawa
Flag of Aikawa.png

Smallest in area, yet most densely populated town of the city. Set in southwestern Kitaakita with a public park and loads of rice fields.

Merger History

Year Formed
"Meiji Merger"" 1890~
"Shōwa Merger" "Heisei Merger"
1889 1955 1956 2005
Takanosu Village
鷹巣町 (1890)
Takanosu Town
Takanosu Town
Takanosu Town
Kitaakita City

Symbol of Kitaakita.png
Sakae Village
Bōzawa Village
Nanakura Village
Sawaguchi Village
Nanokaichi Village
Tsuzureko Village
Ochiai Village
Aikawa Town
Ōno Village
上大野村 (1892)
Kamiōno Village
下大野村 (1892)
Shimoōno Village
Shimokoani Village
Yonaizawa Village
米内澤町 (1902)
Yonaizawa Town
Moriyoshi Town
Maeda Village
Ani Dōzan Village
阿仁合町 (1897)
Aniai Town
Ani Town
Arase Village
大阿仁村 (1937)
Ōani Village

*From the Edo period up until 1888, approximately 70,000 hamlets existed nation-wide. 1889 saw the reconfiguration of these hamlets into towns and villages of "approximately 300 to 500 households each" (the "Meiji Merger"). The hamlets in the area which would later become Kitaakita City were reconfigured into the 14 villages listed in the table above at the time of this merger.

*The Takanosu Town merger occurred on April 1st, 1955. On October 1st of the same year, the Aso (麻生) and Kotsunagi (小繋) hamlets in the former Nanakura Village separated from Takanosu Town and were incorporated into Futatsui Town. Futatsui Town merged into Noshiro City in March, 2009.

The name "Kitaakita City" was decided upon from the following list of 11 potential name candidates:

  • 北秋田市 (Kitaakita City)
  • 北あきた市 (Kitaakita City)
  • 秋田北市 (Akitakita City)
  • 秋北市 (Shūhoku City)
  • 北秋市 (Hokushū City)
  • 秋田内陸市 (Akitanairiku City)
  • 大野台市 (Ōnodai City)
  • 米代市 (Yoneshiro City)
  • 鷹阿市 (Takaa City)
  • 北央市 (Hokuō City)
  • 北杜市 (Hokuto City)

Nationally Accredited Sites

  • Yasu Falls: Waterfall in Ani selected #2 out of the 100 best waterfalls in Japan
  • Isedōtai Site: Stone circles in Takanosu from the Jōmon period - the largest such site in the country
  • Mount Moriyoshi: Mountain in Moriyoshi and Ani selected as one of the 100 best flower mountains in Japan
  • Nekko: Hamlet in Ani selected as one of the 100 most quintessential hamlets of Japan

Festivals & Events

Main articles: Takanosu (Festivals), Moriyoshi (Festivals), Ani (Festivals), and Aikawa (Festivals)

This is an overview of the various festivals across Kitaakita City. For more detailed information on these festivals, please see the relevant towns' pages.

Festival Date Area
Ani Frozen Tree Festival (阿仁の樹氷まつり) Mid Jan-mid March Ani
With the winds and the snow build-up throughout the winter, snow is cast and stuck onto the trees, making them into snow monsters.
Kuzoguro Kamakura Fire Festival (葛黒の火まつりかまくら) Mid-February Takanosu
A chestnut tree is chopped down, erected by hand, and set ablaze in a snowy field while surrounded by kamakura in this festival.
Akita Nairikusen Vehicles Festival (秋田内陸線のりものまつり) Mid-May Ani
This Nairikusen-sponsored event is aimed at children. Buses, police cars, JSDF transports, and many more vehicles are on display.
Aikawa Station Spring Festival (合川駅春まつり) Last weekend in May Aikawa
This Nairikusen-sponsored, modern festival features food, music, dancing, and the crowd favorite: the butter mochi toss.
Yoneshiro River Fireworks Festial (米代川花火大会) Early July Takanosu
This Tanabata festival, which is held on the river not far from downtown, is Takanosu's largest fireworks festival.
Tsuzureko Shrine Odaiko Festival (神社例大祭) July 14-15 Takanosu
This drum festival is for the praying of abundant rain, good harvest, and no crop-destroying pests.
Aikawa Hydrangea Festival (あじさい祭り) Mid-late July Aikawa
Come view the hydrangeas, the symbol of Aikawa, in full bloom.
Tanabata Fire Festival (たなばた火まつり) August 7 Moriyoshi
Watch traditional dancing and view the spectacle of 1000 fireworks at this festival near Animaeda Station.
Aikawa Matobi and Furusato Festival (合川まとび & ふるさとまつり) August 14 Aikawa
This festival is a Shinto/Bhuddist fire cleansing ritual for the river and the surrounding rice fields.
Ani Fireworks and Lantern Festival (阿仁の花火と灯籠流し) August 16 Ani
Watch the floating of the lanterns before enjoying the fireworks display at Kasen Park.
Foreigner House Festival (異人館フェスティバル) August 16 Ani
This festival is to celebrate the house of German engineers who lived in Aniai during the 19th century.
Takanosu Drum Festival (たかのす太鼓まつり) Second Sunday in September Takanosu
Come experience this celebration of percussion outside Odaiko Hall in Takanosu featuring Tsuzureko's own giant taiko drums.


Main articles: Takanosu (Restaurants), Moriyoshi (Restaurants), Ani (Restaurants), and Aikawa (Restaurants)

The Kitaakita City Tourism Promotion department has compiled this database map which lists restaurants, cafes, bars, etc. in Kitaakita City (Japanese only). You can search by area by clicking on the map, or by establishment type from the list on the left.
Alternatively, Akita Prefecture has also compiled a directory of restaurants in Kitaakita (Japanese only).

Kokoro at night

Kokoro (珈湖璐)

This izakaya is down the street from the large Family Mart, across from Banbai. This is one of the top watering holes in Takanosu. Their flagship menu item is their chicken karaage, however you won't leave dissatisfied with anything you order. In addition to the karaage they offer delicious sashimi, pickles, meat dishes, etc. all at reasonable prices. When in doubt, you can't go wrong with Kokoro. Good luck remembering how to write the kanji, though.
Address: 秋田県北秋田市住吉町5-24
Telephone: 0186-62-9926
Hours: 5:00pm ~ late


Main articles: Takanosu (Onsen), Moriyoshi (Onsen), Ani (Onsen), and Aikawa (Onsen)
The outdoor bath at Uttō Onsen

Uttō Onsen (打当温泉) (Location, Website)

Affectionately known as the マタギの湯 ("Bear-hunting Onsen"), this onsen offers two indoor hot pools, with bubble jets in the floor. Additionally, there is a sauna and a cold water bath. The outdoor bath overlooks a nice valley of trees with a river running through the valley bed. Water flows from the mouths of stone bear heads. Soap and shampoo are provided. There are also two small private baths. These are reservable for ¥1000 for the first hour, and ¥500 for each additional half-hour.
If going by Nairikusen, get off at Ani Matagi Station - it's an unmanned station. If you call ahead of time, they will pick you up from the station for free. The latest drop-off back at Ani Matagi is 18:33 for customers bound for Takanosu, and 18:01 for customers bound for Kakunodate.
Address: 秋田県北秋田市阿仁打当字仙北渡道上67
Telephone: 0186-84-2612
Open: 9:00-22:00
Price: ¥400 (¥300 with same-day Ani Ski Resort lift ticket)


Main articles: Takanosu (Sightseeing), Moriyoshi (Sightseeing), Ani (Sightseeing), and Aikawa (Sightseeing)
Mt. Moriyoshi in early spring

Mt. Moriyoshi & Ani Ski Resort (森吉山&阿仁スキー場)

This mountain in Kitaakita, at 1,454 meters above sea level, is one of the highest points in northern Akita Prefecture. On a very clear day one can see as far as Ōdate, Noshiro, and the Sea of Japan from its peak. It was chosen as one of the 100 greatest flower mountains (花の百名山) because of the beauty of its alpine plants.
Ani Ski Resort is located on its south side. This ski resort is one of the best and most easily accessible ski resorts in Akita. The resort has two lifts and one gondola. The gondola allows access to the peak nearly year-round for sightseeing. In winter you can use it to ski/board, or to take theIce Monster Tour (Ice Monsters are a phenomenon which can only been seen on three mountains in all of Japan). A one-day pass at Ani is ¥3,300 and a four-hour pass is ¥2,500 for adults. If you want to take the gondola for mountain climbing or viewing the frozen trees, it is ¥1,500 roundtrip for adults. The resort includes a ski rental shop and cafe.


Kitaakita Public Pool (北秋田市民プール; Kitaakita Shimin Pool): (location)(website)

Kitaakita's brand-new public pool is located in Takanosu near Takanosu Elementary School.
Above the pool is a small training room that has treadmills, recumbent bikes, and some specialized weight machines and a section with free weights. One-time admission to the training room is ¥210, while one-time admission to the pool is ¥520 (but this will allow you to also use the training room if you wish). You can also get a year-long membership for ¥20,590 to use both the pool and the training room.
Address: 秋田県北秋田市鷹巣字東中岱21-1
Telephone: 0186-62-5001
Hours: Open 7 days a week (excluding holidays) from 10am to 9pm on Monday-Friday, 10am to 5:30pm on weekends and holidays.
Admission: ¥210 for gym (¥2100 for a 13-ticket booklet), ¥520 for pool; or ¥20,950 for a year-long membership.

Takanosu Gymnasium (鷹巣体育館; Takanosu Taiiku-kan): (location)(website)

Right next to the public pool is the Takanosu gymnasium.
Address: 秋田県北秋田市鷹巣字東中岱11
Telephone: 0186-62-3800
Hours: ???
Admission: ¥100 for adults
Fureai Plaza Komukomu

Fureai Plaza Komukomu (ふれあいプラザ コムコム): (website).

Community center with seminar rooms available for reservation. Also has public computers and Wi-Fi. There is free parking available. Open from 9:00am - 10:00pm.

Kitaakita Community Center (北秋田市交流センター; Kitaakitashi Kōryū Sentā)

A public building available for conferences, events, etc. This building has hosted the Ōdate Kitaakita JHS Recitation and Speech Contest in the past.
Address: 〒018-3311 北秋田市材木町2-2
Phone: 0186-63-2321 (Fax: 0186-63-2322)

Kitaakita Bunkakaikan, "Falcon" (北秋田市文化会館ファルコン; Kitaakita-shi Bunkakaikan Farukon)

The Bunkakaikan (Cultural Center) in Kitaakita, located next door to the Community Center listed above. This building has a large auditorium which hosts concerts and plays. It plays host to the Ōdate Kitaakita JHS Recitation and Speech Contest on alternating years. This building also contains the Takanosu Public Library on the second floor.
Address: 〒018-3311 秋田県北秋田市材木町2-3
Phone: 0186-62-3311 (Fax: 0186-62-2337)

Local Ambassadors

Oshiogawa Stable Master (known as Takekaze Akira at the time of this photograph)

Kitaakita City currently employs three Local Ambassadors (ふるさと大使; furusato taishi). Local Ambassadors are famous people who are connected with Kitaakita, who promote Kitaakita both from within and from without.

  1. Oshiogawa Stable Master (押尾川親方) (formerly Akira Takekaze; 豪風 旭)
    February 2018~present
    Takekaze is a retired sumo wrestler from Yonaizawa in Moriyoshi. Since January 2019 he has taken on the role of stable master (親方; oyakata) of the Oshiogawa Stable (押尾川部屋; Oshiogawa-beya), changing his official form of address from Takekaze to "Oshiogawa Stable Master" (押尾川親方).
  2. Hello Kitty (キティちゃん)
    April 2018~March 2022
    In 2018 Kitaakita City had entered into a partnership with Sanrio to appoint Hello Kitty as Local Ambassador. The partnership concluded in 2022.
  3. Katsunori Takahashi (高橋 克典)
    October 2018~present
    A famous actor who's father was from Tsuzureko in Takanosu.


Main Article: North Block Doctor/Dentist Recommendations
See this page on the Kitaakita City official website for information on COVID-19 vaccines in Kitaakita City.
The Kitaakita Municipal Hospital (Shimin Byōin)
  • Kitaakita Municipal Hospital (北秋田市民病院; Kitaakita Shimin Byōin). Homepage Location
☎ 0186-62-7001
〒018-4221 秋田県北秋田市下杉字上清水沢16-29
Ueda Clinic
The doctor speaks some English and is willing to explain your condition and answer any questions you may have.
☎ 0186-60-1055
〒018-3331 秋田県北秋田市北中家下81-1
Hours: 8:30~12:00 (Mon ~ Sat)
14:00~18:00 (Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri)
☎ 0186-62-1155
〒018-3454 秋田県北秋田市脇神塚ノ岱57
  • Kobayashi Eye Clinic (小林眼科医院; Kobayashi Ganka Iin). Homepage Location
Optometrist in Takanosu. He offers Lasik eye surgery.
☎ 0186-62-2544
〒018-3312 秋田県北秋田市花園町7−12
  • Kagaya Dental Clinic (加賀谷歯科医院; Kagaya Shika Iin) Location
Good dentist in Takanosu, but very popular, so make sure you get a reservation early. (Improperly labeled "Kagatani" on Google)
☎ 0186-63-2772
〒018-3312 秋田県北秋田市花園町4-26-1


Japanese Beech (椈)
The Kitaakita City Tree

English Name: Japanese Beech
Japanese Name: 椈 (ブナ; buna)
Scientific Name: Fagus crenata
Description: This tree can reach heights of 35 meters with a rounded top that thrives in colder climates. You can see them widespread on Mt. Moriyoshi. Its seeds are small and in the shape of a three-pointed star. They are edible if you remove the shell - recommend roasting them first!

Hydrangea (紫陽花)
The Kitaakita City Flower

English Name: Hydrangea
Japanese Name: 紫陽花 (アジサイ; ajisai)
Scientific Name: Hydrangea macrophylla
Description: This blue flower is widely seen in Aikawa. Indeed it was the Aikawa Town Flower before the Kitaakita merger. The most impressive view of the Hydrangeas can be found in Hydrangea Park (in Aikawa)!

Black Woodpecker (熊啄木鳥)
The Kitaakita City Bird

English Name: Black Woodpecker
Japanese Name: 熊啄木鳥 (クマゲラ; kumagera)
Scientific Name: Dryocopus martius
Description: This jet-black bird is distinguished by its red crown. It thrives in forested areas. It mainly feeds on ants and other tree-boring grubs. The holes it carves in trees are utilized by many other species as nesting areas, making this bird a cornerstone of the local ecology.

City Crest (市章)
The Kitaakita City Crest

Description: This green-and-orange symbol on a white background is the crest of Kitaakita City. It's a stylized hiragana character「き」, which is the first character in Kitaakita. This crest is in the tradition of many other municipal crests across Akita Prefecture, in that it uses a stylized version of the first character in the municipality's name. The character is stylized to suggest spread wings which are open to the future.
The colors in the city crest are as follows
Kitaakita Orange

Decimal: R244 G114 B22
Hexadecimal: #f47216

Kitaakita Turquoise

Decimal: R11 G144 B75
Hexadecimal: #0b904b

City Song

Sheet music for the City Song
Kitaakita City Song
作詞 岡部 剛機
補作 北秋田市民歌制定委員会
作曲 道谷 増夫
Words: Takeki Okabe
Alterations: Kitaakita City Song Enactment Committee
Music: Masuo Michitani
(English Translation: R. Sean Corrigan)
First Verse
Japanese Romaji English Translation







ああ 誇らしい



Sora wo aogeba
Moriyoshi no

Mine wa Kedakaku


Wakai chikara to

hito no wa de

Shiawase kizuki


Aah hokorashii


Kibō ni kagayaku

furusato yo
When you gaze up at the sky
the great peak of

Moriyoshi stands towering

over the surrounds

With young strength and

harmony between all

We march on the path

to build happiness

Aah, with pride we shout


You shine bright with hope

oh, my home
Second Verse
Japanese Romaji English Translation







ああ 麗しい



Mizu wa kirameku
Yoneshiro to

Ani no nagare ga

tsumugu yume

Meguru kisetsu mo

azayaka ni

Yutaka na Megumi

sachi wo yobu

Aah uruwashii


Inochi wo irodoru

furusato yo
The shimmering waters of
Yoneshiro and

Ani - their currents

weave our dreams

The passing of the seasons

so vibrant

And full of grace

bring us fortune

Aah, with joy we shout


You bring color to our lives

oh, my home
Third Verse
Japanese Romaji English Translation







ああ 愛おしい



Rōman tadayou
Joumon no

Haruka na rekishi


Risō idaite

hazumu koe

Bunka no hana mo


Aah itooshii


Mirai he habataku

furusato yo
Feel it in the air - the romance
of the Jōmon

We are the humble heirs

to this immense history

We embrace our ideals

as our voices bound

The sweet fragrance from

the flowers of our culture

Aah, with love we shout


Spread your wings to the future

oh, my home


Main article: Education in Kitaakita

Board of Education

Kitaakita City Board of Education
Kitaakita City Hall 2nd Building (2F)
15-1 Hanazono-cho
Kitaakita, Akita 〒018-3312

北秋田市役所第二庁舎 2F
〒018-3312 秋田県北秋田市花園町15-1

学校教育課(School Education Division)
 ☎ 0186-62-6617
 📠 0186-63-2678


The front gate of Akita Hokuyō High School

High Schools

Junior High Schools

Elementary Schools

Compulsory Education Schools

Other Schools

See also

Kitaakita City
V • T
Top Page Kitaakita City
Former Municipalities TakanosuMoriyoshiAniAikawa
Sightseeing Yasu-no-Taki FallsMt. MoriyoshiMoriyoshi Tire ManHokuōnomori Park
Skiing/Snowboarding Ani Ski ResortYakushizan Ski AreaMoriyoshi Ski Resort
Food and Drink Doburoku
Transport Takanosu-Odate Bus ScheduleJR Ōu LineAkita Nairiku LineOdate-Noshiro Airport
Driving Roadside Stations TakanosuOdate-Noshiro AirportAni
Roads Route 7Route 105
Living Education in KitaakitaKitaakita garbage collection
Akita Prefecture
Northern Akita Fujisato • Happō • Kamikoani • Kazuno • Kitaakita • Kosaka • Mitane • Noshiro • Ōdate
Central Akita Akita City • Gojōme • Hachirōgata • Ikawa • Katagami • Oga  • Ōgata  • Semboku
Southern Akita Daisen • Higashinaruse • Misato • Nikaho • Ugo • Yokote • Yurihonjō • Yuzawa
Schools in Kitaakita
V • T
High Schools Akita Hokuyō
Junior High Schools TakanosuMoriyoshiAikawa
Elementary Schools TakanosuTakanosu HigashiTsuzurekoSeiyōYonaizawaAikawa
Compulsory Education Schools Ani Gakuen
Other Schools Hinai Special Education School TakanosuAkita Refresh Academy
High Schools TakanosuTakanosu AgriculturalYonaizawaAikawa
Junior High Schools Takanosu MinamiAni
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