Kuji-Noda Kaido is a highway connecting Morioka Shiroshita and Kuji and Noda in the northern part of the Sanriku Coast. It is divided from the Oshu Kaido in the Kitao-robe (Orobe) Station in Numamiya (Numimai) Station, and it is divided into Uzushi from Ushibe, and Seki and Okokuni from Kuzumaki (Krushaki), Kisonai (Kurinai), Shimodo Chain etc. (Totsukake) It is a route to go to Kuji divided by samurai. During the Shosei period, there was also Hononada Highway leading to Ube where Noda Todai government office was located via Iwaisen, but this route was shorter and was used more. After Hachinohe Pass was established at the end of Kanbun 4 (1664), it was decided to pass through the territory from Noda area to Morioka on the way. This highway is said to be a salty road, and there are 73 salt cauldrons in Hachinohe Ikukichitsu and 38 Morioka Kano Nodori in the late Edo period. He was transported through Kuji and Noda Highway. On the other hand, rice and millet grains are carried from the inland area, and the Kuji-Noda region is a representative Tatara ironmaking area, and this iron is also transported to the Akita and Tsugaru regions through the deer horns and Sawanai. You