“Gakko” means “pickles”. Local vegetables are enjoyed by pickling them. Among the local vegetables pickled include “iburigakko,” made by smoking radish, “natazuke,” which is cut with a rough-edged machete, “misozuke,” and “kasuzuke.”
Akitachi Plus is a website with tourist information on sightseeing spots, festivals, restaurants, lodging, hot springs, and other places of interest in Akita City.
In addition to Japanese, the site can be accessed in English, Chinese (traditional and simplified), Korean, and Thai.