Kagikakko is a Japanese word for brackets, and it's the name of a cafe operated by high school students in Ishinomaki (their actual name is written only with a pair of brackets). The idea behind the name is "you can put any possibilities in-between." This cafe located in front of Ishinomaki Station was opened one year after the 311 tsunami, and the interior design, catering, and even the menu development are handled by local high schoolers. Not just Kagikakko, they can also join the activities like Ishinomaki School or Ishinomaki Collection. In this city, high school students can find a lot of opportunities outside their schools.