The Sekiyamagoemogami Road (also known as the Sakunami Road) went from central Sendai to Yamagata prefecture. As the mountain pass was very narrow and dangerous, the Futakuchi Road and the Sasaya Road were often taken in favor of this road.
The Oshu Road was the general name of the road from Edo (now Tokyo) to Minmaya (a village in Aomori prefecture) and was the longest such road in Japan.
auto-translate Sekiyamagoemogami 路 (也称为作并路) 从中央仙台去山形县。山口正非常狭窄、 非常危险，Futakuchi 及 Sasaya 道经常被赞成这条路。
Oshu 路是路的一般名字从江户 (东京) 到 Minmaya (一个村庄在青森县)，最长在日本这种道路。