6 Sights in Aomori, Japan (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Aomori, Japan. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 6 sights are available in Aomori, Japan.

Activities in Aomori

1. 青い森公園

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Aoimori Park is a 1.8-hectare (4.4-acre) urban park in the central district of Aomori Prefecture's capital city, Aomori in northern Japan. Acting as an urban green space in the city's dense administrative district, it features various themed landscapes. It has been maintained by the prefectural government of Aomori since its opening in 1985. It is also the official ending point for National Route 4 and National Route 7. Various monuments and markers within and near the park denote the terminus of the two highways.

Wikipedia: Aoimori Park (EN)

2. 夢宅寺

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Mutakuji Temple is a Soto Buddhist temple located under Mt. Asamushi in Aomori City, Aomori Prefecture. The name of the mountain is Anyang Mountain. In the "Japan Historical Place Names System", the main statues are Yakushi Nyorai and Jizo Bodhisattva. At the 23rd shrine of the Tsugaru 33 Kannon Shrine, the Kannon statue of the temple is said to have been carved from a large ginkgo tree in the temple.

Wikipedia: 夢宅寺 (JA)

3. Aomori City Forestry Museum

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The Aomori City Forestry Museum is a natural history museum located in the city of Aomori in Aomori Prefecture, Japan. The museum focuses primarily on the forest ecosystems of Aomori Prefecture and the history of the lumber industry in the prefecture, though other unrelated exhibits are also maintained.

Wikipedia: Aomori City Forestry Museum (EN)

4. Nebuta Museum Wa Rasse

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Nebuta Museum Wa Rasse

The Nebuta Museum Wa Rasse is a city-owned museum near Aomori Station in the city of Aomori in northern Japan. It displays a revolving exhibit of four Nebuta floats from the most recent Aomori Nebuta Matsuri summer festival, alongside media related to the festival. The museum opened in January 2011.

Wikipedia: Nebuta Museum Wa Rasse (EN)

5. 浪岡城

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Namioka Castle was a Muromachi period Japanese castle located in what is now the city of Aomori, Aomori Prefecture, in the Tōhoku region of far northern Japan. The ruins were designated a National Historic Site in 1940 by the Japanese government.

Wikipedia: Namioka Castle (EN)

6. Heiwa-kōen

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Peace Park is an urban park (neighborhood park) in Aomori City, Aomori Prefecture, Japan. The site of Uramachi Station on the former JNR Tohoku Main Line was used as a park. It is located at 2-14 Katsuta, Aomori City.

Wikipedia: 平和公園 (青森市) (JA)


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