Guide

Aomori Prefecture lies at the north end of Honshu in the Tohoku region. The capital of Aomori Prefecture is Aomori City, which is major point of interconnection between the island of Honshu and the island of Hokkaido to the north via the Seikan Tunnel. Aomori Prefecture is famous for its museums, the Hakkoda Mountains, which are a popular hiking location and the many Onsen.

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  • Ashino Park

    Ashino Park, in Goshogawara Aomori Prefecture , is famous for its cherry blossom and is considered one of Japan’s Top 100 Cherry Blossom Spots. Ashino Park, which covers over 80 hectares, includes a lake, 2,200 cherry blossom trees and 1,300 pine trees.

  • Hirosaki Castle

    Hirosaki Castle is a flatland style Japanese Castle in the central of Hirosaki city, Aomori Prefecture . Hirosaki Castle, also known as Takaoka Castle, was built in 1611, however the current donjon was completed in 1811 on a different location to the original donjon. The palace buildings and most of the castle walls were removed read more

  • Hirosaki Park

    Hirosaki Park, in Hirosaki Aomori Prefecture , is famous for its 5,000 cherry blossom trees which surround Hirosaki Castle, also known as Takaoka Castle. The cherry blossom trees include Someiyoshino, weeping cherry tree and the double flowering Yaezakura. Hirosaki Park is considered one of Japan’s Top 100 Cherry Blossom Spots.

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