Fleet Girls Collection ”KanColle”
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Mutsu City (Ominato), Aomori Pref.

Fleet Girls Collection ”KanColle”

In this naval fleet-building simulation game, players step into the role of admiral, training and developing a formidable fleet comprised of kanmusu fleet girls -- moe anthropomorphisms of real-life destroyers, light cruisers, heavy cruisers, battleships, and other warships. The game’s servers are named after actual Japanese naval bases such as Mutsu in Aomori Prefecture, Yokosuka in Kanagawa Prefecture, Maizuru in Kyoto Prefecture, Kure in Hiroshima Prefecture, and Sasebo in Nagasaki Prefecture, locations that have become pilgrimage sites for fans of the title.

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Sightseeing Spot in This Area

Together with Mount Hiei and Mount Koya, Mount Osore belongs to the group of mountains known as the Three Holy Mountains of Japan. A temple was founded on Mount Osore in the fourth year of the Jogan period (A.D. 862) by Buddhist priest Jikaku Daishi. Lined with toy windmills along the rocky and barren landscape, the air smells of sulfur emitted from the volcanic rock and bears a resemblance to hell, while the white sandy beaches of the far side of the lake nearby resembles heaven.