Sights in Aomori
Aomori Contemporary Art Center (ACAC)
Affiliated with Aomori Public University, but still open to the public, this contemporary art center was designed by world-renowned architect Tadao Ando. Compri
This coastline is a nationally designated Place of Scenic Beauty in Hachinohea. The 5-kilometer-long promenade overlooks the Pacific Ocean, making it a recommen
This Japanese restaurant is located near Festival City Auga and specializes in local dishes from Aomori. In Japanese, "ringo" means apple and "hako/bako" means
Sukayu Onsen Hot Spring
This popular onsen ryokan, a traditional Japanese inn with hot spring baths, is located at the foot of the Hakkoda Mountains. People visit its hiba senjin, or “
Tsuta Onsen Hot Springs
Established around 1147, this hot spring sits in a virgin beech forest called the Lake Towada Ocean of Trees. A group of swamps that surrounds the area is colle
Located in western Aomori Prefecture within the borders of Tsugaru Quasi-National Park, this volcano, also known as the "Mount Fuji of Tsugaru", is listed as on
Aomori Prefecture Tourist Center (ASPAM Building)
Located less than a minute from Aomori Station, ASPAM was established in 1986 and has since become a landmark of the city. The shape of the 76-meter tall buildi
Chojasan Shinra Jinja Shrine
This shrine is the venue of the Hachinohe Enburi Festival.
Hachinohe Enburi Festival
Held in front of Hachinohe City Hall, this festival is celebrated annually during mid March. The main purpose of the festival is to signal the arrival of spring
Yogoshiyama Ski Resort
Situated 180 meters above sea level and overlooking Noheji Bay in Aomori, Yogoshiyama Ski Resort offers basic runs and gentle slopes for sledding.
Soyumura 229 Ski Land
Located near Takko, a city famous for its garlic, Soyumura 229 Ski Land's name includes a pun on the Japanese word for the pungent bulb, ninniku.
Soma Romantopia Ski Resort
Affordable and popular with families, Soma Romantopia runs traditional events. Its slopes are suitable for beginners.
Mutsu-shi Kamafuseyama Ski Resort
A municipal ski resort located near Ominato Bay, Mutsu-shi Kamafuseyama Ski Resort features gentle slopes suitable for beginner skiers.
Shichinohe Choei Ski Resort
A small municipal ski resort near Shichinohe, Shichinohe Choei Ski Resort features slopes suitable for beginner to veteran skiers.
Noheji Makado Onsen Ski Resort
A small ski resort near Noheji Bay, Noheji Makado Onsen Ski Resort offers Senior and Ladies' Day discounts among other special tickets to attract customers.