Hachinohe Sansha Taisai Festival is the largest festival in Hachinohe region with a history and tradition of over 290 years. It is held annually between July 31st and August 4th. As on...more
The Goshogawara city Tachineputa Festival is a summer festival held annually between August 4th and August 8th. Along with Aomori Nebuta Festival, Hirosaki Neputa Festival, and Kuroish...more
The Hirosaki Neputa Festival is a summer festival held in the old castle town of Hirosaki. About 80 neputas of various sizes – large fan-shaped floats depicting epic and fantastic imag...more
The Aomori Nebuta Festival is a Japanese fire festival held annually between August 2nd and 7th in Aomori city. Every year more than 3 million visitors gather for the festivities from ...more
Aomori-Prefecture is the top producer of garlic in Japan. Garlic in Takko-Town is well known with its Japan's most premium quality such as the beautiful white color like snow, big clov...more
Dakekimi sweet corn is grown in the Dake district plateau country at the foot of Mt. Iwaki, which is located in the center of the Tsugaru Region.
The huge temperature differences betw...more
The festivals held twice yearly attract visitors to the shrine from all over Japan. "Itako-no-kuchiyose," is a particularly unique and mysterious event in which the spirits of depart...more
One of the three most famous dance festivals in Japan. It has a long tradition, in which residents and tourists both from within and outside the prefecture dance throughout one night i...more
This was designated as a national significant intangible folk cultural asset in January 1984. This is the largest autumn festival in Tsugaru, held to pray for a bountiful harvest and t...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.
Hakkoda, Japan's Deep Powder Paradise