Tenen Onsen Kitaguni-no-Yu Aomori Machinaka Onsen is at very convenient location nearby JR Aomori Station. You can relax in hot spring that has open-air bath, and also enjoy meal at dining. If you need haircut, there is a barbershop, and for relaxation, reflexology is offered. You don’t’ need to be worry about shampoo and soap, because they are free for use. Furthermore, Aomori Center Hotel is annexed to hot spring facility.
Aomori (青森市, Aomori-shi) is the capital city of Aomori Prefecture, in the northern Tōhoku region of northern Japan. As of 1 April 2017, the city had an estimated population of 287,800 in 136,209 households, and a population density of 350 persons per km 2.
“Aomori” was named in 1624, the early Edo period when construction of seaport had been started in current Aomori City. In those days, it was said that there were green woods near current Honcho, Aomori, which was used as landmark for the ships that came into port.
Asamushi Aquarium (浅虫水族館, Asamushi Suizokukan) also called Aquarium Asamushi, is an aquarium in the Asamushi area of Aomori, Aomori Prefecture, Japan. Overlooking Mutsu Bay, it is the northernmost aquarium in Honshū. It is also the largest general aquarium in the Tōhoku region.
ASPAM has a restaurant floor with local ramen, curry and donburi on the menu, an observatory on the 13th floor with fantastic views out over Mutsu Bay, a panorama film room showing video of Aomori's famous Nebuta Festival, a Municipal Hall with photographic panels introducing the nature of Aomori Prefecture and two performance spaces, where you ...
"In front of Gappo Park" getting off is approximately 1 minute on foot from JR Aomori Station for Aomori municipal bus approximately 20 minutes for eastern office Access (car) It is approximately 20 minutes from blue forest path Aomori center IC
Built in 1964, the Hakkoda-Maru was a transport ship that carried trains from Aomori, in the north of Honshu Island, to Hakodate, in the south of Hokkaido. Hakkoda-Maru provided services from 1966 until 1988, when the opening of the underwater Seikan Tunnel rendered sea transport less desirable and redundant. Today, the vessel has been transformed into a memorial ship permanently docked at Aomori City.
"Tsugaru Vidro" was established as a Hokuyo Glass brand, but its established quality and the sophisticated technique involved have earned the glassware recognition as a traditional craft of Aomori Prefecture, increasing its potential as a local industry.
Like Munakata [Munakata Shikō, 1903-1975], Sekino Jun'ichiro was originally from Aomori in northern Japan. When the Sekino family moved to Tokyo, it was to the same neighborhood as Munakata, and Sekino grew up padding after Munakata's steps in his studio.
Matsumoto (松本市, Matsumoto-shi) is a city located in Nagano Prefecture, Japan. Matsumoto is designated as a Special city. As of 1 October 2016, the city had an estimated population of 241,102, and a population density of 246 persons per km². Its total area is 978.47 square kilometres (377.79 sq mi).
The Aomori Port is a fine, very tranquil harbor situated at the innermost part of Mutsu Bay. As you proceed into the bay and gaze out at Shimokita Peninsula and Tsugaru Peninsula on either side, directly ahead you'll see the grand Mt. Hakkoda stretching before you.
Aomori; Munakata Shiko Memorial Museum of Art; Art & Design . Munakata Shiko Memorial Museum of Art 棟方志功記念館. 2-1-2 Matsubara, Aomori-shi, Aomori-ken. SEE ON MAP; TRANSIT INFO; OVERVIEW; MAP; Keywords. Art & Design; Art Museum; Nearby Munakata Shiko Memorial Museum of Art. Local Market. Furukawa Fish Market Aomori-shi, Aomori-ken. Attraction. Nebuta Museum Aomori-shi, Aomori-ken ...
Onsen Ryokan NAKANO Mt Iwaki | Hot Springs | Iwakiyama Shrine | Hirosaki | Aomori Onsen Ryokan NAKANO is located at the foot of sacred mountain “Mt Iwaki”, this location is called Hyakuzawa Onsen, and is directly in front of the most northern Shinto Shrine of Honshu, “Iwakiyama Shrine”.
The Natsudomari Peninsula is bordered by Mutsu Bay to the east and north and Aomori Bay to the west. The peninsula is connected to the mainland of Honshū to the south. The Ōu Mountain Range begins on the peninsula and continues to the Nasu Mountains at the northern boundary of the Kantō region.
Located in southern Aomori City, the Sukayu Onsen hot spring waters are cloudy and quite acidic, as the name suggests (it means “acidic waters”). Although Sukayu Onsen was founded in the Edo era, the area has been used for hot spring bathing since ancient times.
The resort is served by Asamushi-Onsen Station on the Aoimori Railway Line, as well as by Michinoeki Asamushi-Onsen Station for Aomori city buses. Guests traveling by automobile can take Route 4; the trip from the center of Aomori takes about 30 minutes.
“Tanbo Art” is an art event held every year in Inakadate Village, Aomori Prefecture. It is a gigantic artwork in rice field, which is created by planting different kind and color of rice plants. Nowadays the village is famous for this Tanbo Art worldwide with elaborate designs and artistic work.