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Top Things to Do in Aomori, Japan, from a Cruise Ship - Created by Staff

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Oirase River - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Oirase River is the only river draining Lake Towada, a large caldera lake on the border of Aomori and Akita Prefectures. The river flows in a generally eastern direction, through the municipalities of Towada, Rokunohe, Oirase and Hachinohe before exiting into the Pacific Ocean.

Sannai-Maruyama site

Sannai-Maruyama site (三内丸山遺跡) is a Jōmon period archaeological site in Aomori, Aomori Prefecture, Japan. The site was discovered in 1992, when Aomori Prefecture started surveying a site for a planned baseball stadium. Archaeologists have used this site to further their understanding of the transition to sedentism and the life of the Jomon people.

Hakkōda Mountains

The Hakkōda Mountains is a volcanic mountain range that lies to the south of Aomori city in Aomori Prefecture, Japan. The range consists of more than a dozen stratovolcanoes and lava domes arranged into two volcanic groups. The Northern Hakkōda Volcanic Group emerges from the rim of an 8-km wide caldera that dates back to the Pleistocene.

Asamushi Aquarium - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Asamushi Aquarium also called Aquarium Asamushi, is an aquarium in the Asamushi area of Aomori, Aomori Prefecture, Japan. Overlooking Mutsu Bay, it is the northernmost aquarium in Honshū. It is also the largest general aquarium in the Tōhoku region.

Shikō Munakata

Shikō Munakata , was a woodblock printmaker active in Shōwa period Japan. He is associated with the sōsaku-hanga movement and the (folk art) movement. Munakata was awarded the "Prize of Excellence" at the Second International Print Exhibition in Lugano, Switzerland in 1952.

Mutsu, Aomori - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Mutsu occupies most of Shimokita Peninsula and is bordered by Mutsu Bay to the south and the Tsugaru Strait to the north, and is the northernmost city on Honshū. Much of the city is within the limits of the Shimokita Hanto Quasi-National Park.

Aomori Prefectural Aomori High School

The Aomori Prefectural Aomori High School is a high school in the city of Aomori, Aomori Prefecture, Japan. Originally a junior high school named Aomori Prefectural Third Junior High School , the school was established on September 11, 1900.

Aomori Bay Bridge

The Aomori Bay Bridge is a cable-stayed bridge in Aomori. It was constructed in order to alleviate cargo ship traffic. It is a famous part of Aomori City's scenery. The Aomori Bay Bridge is the longest in Aomori City at 1219 meters. It's the second longest bridge in Aomori Prefecture after the 1323.7 meter Hachinoe Oohashi Bridge.