APPLIESE is annexed to JR Hirosaki Station, where visitors can enjoy their shopping of Aomori’s traditional craft and souvenirs on the first floor while waiting for the train. Also it...more
The hotel Kai Tsugaru is located in the Owani Onsen district historically popular for its hot springs. The hotel offers guests the beauty of wa (Japanese style), by presenting an inter...more
Tsugaru-han Neputa Mura is a tourist spot where visitors can experience a quasi-Hirosaki Neputa Festival. The fan-shaped Neputa actually used in the festival are exhibited for viewing. ...more
“Resort Shirakami” is a popular train with grand view of the Sea of Japan, running from Hirosaki, Aomori along the Gono Line to Akita. The floor of coach is designed higher than usual a...more
“Nanbu Tekki (Nanbu ironware)” is a traditional craft in the Tohoku Region, boasting approximately 400 years history.
Additions to traditional products like cha-no-yugama (tea kettle...more
Aomori Royal Golf Club offers a golf course that is strategy laid out, situated on the slope of Ajara Mountain with a view of Mt Iwaki. Golfers can enjoy their play in the rich nature...more
Bunaco is a Tsugaru craft product which unites the natural beauty and strength of wood with a style inspired by Tsugaru culture. Founded in 1956, the product name bunaco was created f...more
The rice paddy art began in 1993 when purple and yellow rice plants were used to make a picture of Mt. Iwaki along with letters on rice paddies. The main purpose behind the creation wa...more
Ringo Musume, a dance and vocal unit, originates from voluntary group “Hirosaki Actors School Project” that is established in Hirosaki City, Aomori in July 2000.
Their activity is aimed...more
A group, aiming at the Guinness Book record, bakes kyodai (huge) apple pie with diameter of 2 meters at the Event such as Hirosaki Cherry Blossom Festival. It can serve for 700 peoples....more
Aomori is the northern most pre fecture on the main island ofJap an at northern latitude of 40.12 to 41.33 degrees.
It is located about the same lati tudeas New York, Beijing, Rome and Madrid.
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