Kaisenkaku as seen from the sea
Asamushi Panoramic View
Area Tourist Information
Opening hours / 9:00 to 17:00
In the aquarium there is a tank with a 15-meter long water tunnel, a "sea monster museum" exhibiting sea otters, sea lions, and seals, as well as a "touch corner" where you can interact with the sea-shore creatures, allowing people of all ages to enjoy their visit. There is also the extremely popular and dynamic dolphin show exhibited in the indoor pool.
Forest Park Hiking Trails
This park was chosen among one of the 100 selections of forest bathing in Japan, and there is a 10km hiking trail maintained. Along these trails there are many highlights, including the Mutsu Bay observation station, Ajisai (hydrangea) road, Kuri Mihon-en (chestnut sample garden), and Bai-en (plum garden). You can also watch the fireflies in the summer evening.
The trail entrances are located on the hill-side of the Asamushi-Onsen Railway Station and the Asamushi Aquarium. The trails are also suitable for bird watching and hiking.
The sandy beach with beautifully spreading sands and a breathtaking sunset is equipped with hot water shower, toilet, beach house and promenade with a dressing room, and grass lawns. It is open to the public as a seaside park during seasons apart from sea bathing.
This is a large-scale settlement ruin in the medium-term of the first half to the end-term in the middle of Jomon period (B.C. 10 to B.C. 2) located in Oaza Sannnai Aza Sannai in Aomori City, Aomori Prefecture.
It was designated as a national special historic site in 2000. The ruins and remains mark the dwelling house groups, warehouses, a symbolic three-storied wooden pillar building rebuilt, and there is also a museum of the Jomon culture.
Aomori City Cultural and Tourism Exchange Facility: Nebuta House "Wa Rasse"
This is a "Dream Space" facility, which introduces the domestic Nebuta festival of Aomori-City, by allowing people to experience the history and charm of the festival that has seen the development of the city throughout the year. It is located on the coastal side of the JR Aomori Station.
The Hakkoda Ropeway runs 2,459 meters, approaching the summit of Tamotachidake at an altitude of 1,324m in the Hakkoda Mountains.
The famous 101-seater large gondola carries people to the mountaintop at a stretch over the fresh green of the beech trees in the spring and you can hike the nature trail around the marshland in the summer. There are wonderfully colored leaves in the autumn, and there is a large cable car that carries 101 people to the summit for ski fans to enjoy the 5km downhill course through the frosted Aomori firs.
Seiryuji (Japan's largest bronze seated Buddhist statue)
The interior of the Seiryuji Temple, the Kondo, five-story pagoda, Taishi-do, and Kaisan-do are works using natural Hiba wood, and are also the culminations of Omuro Katsushiro, the master craftsman of Aomori.
Spend time away from the hustle and bustle of the city, lend your year to the sermon coming from the Seiryuji Temple that blends with the surrounding rich nature and experience a quiet, peaceful, and healing moment.