"Tsugaru" (津軽) may refer to a wide variety of topics:

  • Tsugaru, Aomori, a city of Aomori prefecture, Japan
  • Tsugaru Peninsula
  • Tsugaru Strait, between Honshū and Hokkaidō
  • Tsugaru-jamisen, a traditional style of shamisen playing associated with the area
  • Tsugaru clan, a daimyo clan
  • Tsugaru (novel), by Osamu Dazai
  • Tsugaru (train), a train service in Japan
  • Japanese cruiser Tsugaru (formerly the Imperial Russian Pallada), a warship in the Imperial Japanese Navy
  • Japanese minelayer Tsugaru, a minelayer that took part in the Pacific War
  • Tsugaru, a song from the Dance Dance Revolution series.
  • Tsugaru Mine -an extensive coal mine in Kobyaysky Ulus, Sakha Republic, Siberia.

Other articles related to "tsugaru":

Tsugaru Clan - History - The Tsugaru in The Edo Era
... The Tsugaru clan sided with Tokugawa Ieyasu's Eastern Army during the Battle of Sekigahara in 1600 ... After the Tokugawa victory at Sekigahara, the Tsugaru clan was granted an increase in territory, along with permission to keep its existing domain of Hirosaki (nam ... of major O-Ie Sōdō disturbances that shook the Tsugaru family the Tsugaru Disturbance (津軽騒動, Tsugaru-sōdō?) of 1607, Kōsaka Kurando's Riot (高坂蔵人の乱, Kōsaka Kurando no ran?) of ...
Tsugaru Nobuaki - Biography
... Tsugaru Nobuaki was born as the eldest son of Tsugaru Nobuoki, the eldest son and heir of Tsugaru Nobuhisa, 5th daimyō of Hirosaki Domain ... During his reign, Tsugaru domain was plagued with one natural disaster after another, with flooding followed by drought, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions (by Mount Iwaki and other volcanoes in Hokkaid ... grave is at the temple of Juyo-in in Taitō-ku, Tokyo as well as the Tsugaru clan temple of Chōshō-ji in Hirosaki ...
Tsugaru Dialect
... The Tsugaru dialect (津軽弁, Tsugaru-ben?) is a Japanese dialect spoken in western Aomori Prefecture ... Tsugaru-ben is reputed to be too divergent from standard Japanese for those who are not native speakers, to the point that even people living in the same prefecture may have trouble ... In 1988, fans of the Tsugaru dialect proclaimed October 23 to be Tsugaru Dialect Day (津軽弁の日, Tsugaru-ben no hi?) ...
Michihiro Sato
... as Sato Michihiro (born 1957), is a prominent Japanese player of the Tsugaru-jamisen ... He became interested in the Tsugaru-jamisen at an early age after hearing it on a radio broadcast and began intensive study of the instrument in 1970, at the age of 13 ... In 1982 and 1983 he won first prize in the national Tsugaru-jamisen competition, becoming the first performer to win in two consecutive years ...
Sotogahama, Aomori - Geography
... Sotogahama occupies the eastern coastline of Tsugaru Peninsula, facing the Tsugaru Strait and the inlet to Mutsu Bay ... Much of the town is within the limits of the Tsugaru Quasi-National Park ...