This unique program is a way for visitors to experience the fierce drifting snow of the frozen Tsugaru region of Aomori prefecture. Drifting snow, fallen snow wisping in the strong win...more
Tsuru-no-Mai Bridge passes over the Tsugaru Fujimi Lake with a reflection of Mt. Iwaki. The bridge, with total length of the bridge is 300 meters, is the Japan’s longest triple arch w...more
Senjojiki Coast, facing to the Sea of Japan, is a bedrock beach formed with the uplifting of land due to an earthquake in 1792. The rock shelf of approximately 12 kilometers, on which...more
The Tsugaru Railways run through the plains for Tsugaru peninsula from Tsugaru Goshogawara Station to Tsugaru Nakazato Station, a 45 minute ride with a total distance of 20.7 km (12.8 ...more
Itayanagi Town, to become Japan’s leading region for apples, offer experience tour of handmade Ringo-bako. The Ringo-bako is a wooden box used for about 20-kilogram of harvesting apples...more
Shirakami Sanchi is a general term used to refer to the massive 130,000ha (501 square miles) mountainous land extended over Aomori and Akita prefecture. In December 1993, it became the...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
Kamegaoka Site designated as a National Historic Site in 1944 is a settlement site of the Final Jomon Period, approximately 2,000 years ago, and is located on 12 kilometers northwest from JR Kizuk...more
The Tsugaru Quasi-National Park Lake Juniko (Twelve Lakes) is a collective name for 33 lakes and ponds. These lakes and ponds extend over an area of 4ｋ㎡ (1.5 square miles) on an un...more
Inagaki Onsen Hotel Kagetsutei is located roughly in the center of the Tsugaru Peninsula, close to many sightseeing spots such as Tappi Cape, Shayokan, Jusanko and others.
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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