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Sightseeing information
Sightseeing

Sightseeing information

Tourist spots that trace history such as Nebuta, one of Tohoku's three major festivals, and world cultural heritage sites,
There are many sights to see, including scenic spots where you can feel the majestic nature.

Aomori activitiesWithin Aomori prefecture

Aomori activities

You can experience various activities in Aomori's nature throughout the four seasons. Enjoy the charms of Aomori, such as trekking through fresh greenery in spring, sea kayaking and festival experiences in summer, visiting Hot springs and temples and shrines in autumn, and snow hiking in winter.

KeikaBrewing Firefly BrewingAomori City

KeikaBrewing Firefly Brewing

This brewery is located in Asamushi, a Hot springs town in Aomori City. We manufacture and sell beer that matches local food using craft beer techniques. The store is a renovated store that used to be a bank, and has tables in the vault and a view of the brewing equipment from the counter, creating an atmosphere that makes you want to stop by and have a drink.

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Asamushi AquariumAomori City

Asamushi Aquarium

This aquarium is rooted in the area and is home to familiar aquatic life, including a tunnel aquarium that recreates the ocean of Mutsu Bay. Our hotel also offers Staying plan that include admission tickets.

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Nebuta, one of the three major festivals in TohokuAomori City

Nebuta, one of the three major festivals in Tohoku

Nebuta, one of the three major festivals in Tohoku, is held from August 2nd to August 7th every year, and is said to have its origins in the Tanabata Festival, which was brought over from China during the Nara period (710-794). . The name "Nebuta (Nebuta)" comes from the folk vocabulary distribution and dialectology of the Tohoku region, Shinetsu region "Nenburi Nagashi", Kanto region "Nebuti Nagashi, Neboke Nagashi, Nemutta Nagashi", etc. It is thought that Nemuri was a corruption of ``Nebuta.''

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Oshima on the Natsudomari PeninsulaHiranai Town

Oshima on the Natsudomari Peninsula

A tourist spot with a panoramic view of Mutsu Bay. There is a bridge so you can walk even at high tide. Oshima is approximately 20 hectares in area, and although some parts of the island are so steep that it is impossible to go around it, you can enjoy outdoor activities such as swimming at the beach, camping, and fishing.

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Goshogawara TachibutaGoshogawara City

Goshogawara Tachibuta

``Goshogawara Tachi-puta'' is different from Hirosaki City's fan Neputa and Aomori City's doll Nebuta, and conveys the style of gigantic Ji-puta at the end of the Meiji period.
At Tachineputa no Yakata, you can also experience making goldfish nebuta and fans.

  • Approximately 1 hour and 16 minutes by car from the hotel
Sannai Maruyama ruinsAomori City

Sannai Maruyama ruins

In 1992, remains of pit buildings from the early to mid-Jomon period, a large amount of pottery and stone tools, and graves for adults and children were excavated, along with archaeological sites spanning a wide range of Hokkaido, Aomori, Akita, and Iwate. In July 2021, it was certified as a "Jomon Ruins in Hokkaido and Northern Tohoku." It is a valuable historical site that shows the state of the village during the Jomon period.

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Tsuta NanumaTowada City

Tsuta Nanuma

A 1 hour and 20 minute drive from our hotel towards Mt. Hakkoda brings you to a point dotted with seven swamps known as Tsuta Nananuma. Start your Nanuma tour at Tsuta Onsen, one of Japan's 100 famous Hot springs! The season of fresh greens and autumn leaves, when the beech forest shines brightly, is popular. There is a promenade called the ``Numa Tour Path'' (2.9 km, 1 hour) that connects six of the seven swamps, Tsutanuma, Kagami-numa, Tsuki-numa, Naganuma, Hyōtanuma, Suganuma, and Akanuma, excluding Akanuma. , anyone can easily enjoy the nature of Nananuma.

  • Approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes by car from the hotel
Hirosaki Sakura FestivalHirosaki City

Hirosaki Sakura Festival

From April 19th (Friday) to May 5th (Sunday), 2024, approximately 2,600 cherry blossoms of 52 types will be in full bloom, mainly Somei Yoshino, also Shidare sakura, and yae cherry blossoms. Even on old trees that are over 100 years old, a single flower bud can produce as many as 4 to 5 flowers.Seeing the cherry blossoms in full bloom is a sight to behold, and this is why it is said to be a ``cherry blossom you should see once in your lifetime.'' 

  • Approximately 1 hour and 34 minutes by car from the hotel