Aomori is known for the volcanic mountain ranges and beauty nature. Some great seasonal activities in the autumn foliage and skiing. The Nebuta summer festival brings in many tourists and there is many things to do, restaurants, and shops.
Hachinohe's Aomori Morning Market is famous for it's early morning chaos with over 10,000 visitors each week. Stretching 800 meters and over 300 different stalls this is a sight you cannot miss if you are looking to shop.
Aomori is a very green prefecture in Japan. There is many things to do, restaurants, museums, hiking trails, and hot springs. One must eat food is the local apples.
There are many winter festivals in Japan. Some of the festivals are very traditional, some are for a good harvest, and some pray for an early spring. No matter what festival, it is sure to be entertaining.
There are many festivals all year around in Japan. Each festival is different so going to more than one in one location is important. Going to a festival while visiting Japan is a great experience.
6 festivals held in Tohoku are well known and many tourists come. Each of festival is significantly different from others, but all of them are exciting.
From lush forested landscapes to simple Japanese towns Studio Ghibli draws inspiration from everything inbetween. It’s worth it to visit these next Japan's destinations to see where your favorite movies came from.
We roundup top 5 Japan's coolest trains. Japan is a beautiful country that meshes modernity with tradition. There is no better example than the luxury trains that Japan has to offer.
Hotokegaura in Aomori prefecture is famous for its breathtaking beauty and divine atmosphere. Visit this amazingly gorgeous place also believed to be connected to the other side.
You can see Japanese festivals everywhere in Japan because there are more than 300,000 festivals in Japan. You should visit traditional and unique Japanese festivals.
We are sharing with you the 10 coolest and beautifully designed Japanese Starbucks that let you keep sightseeing as you take a break. It will keeps you coming back for more!