Warase- nebuta museum
Nebuta berbentuk lentera raksasa Datanglah kesini pas ada festival nebuta aomori kira2 awal agustus , nebuta diusung dengan kendaraan hias untuk berpawai di jalan-jalan.
Festival ini setiap tahunnya diikuti lebih dari 3 juta peserta dan wisatawan
The Aomori Prefecture, 青森県 Aomori-ken, is the Tōhoku region of Japan. It is located in the northern part of Japan, the capital of the prefecture is Aomori City. For the most part, the Aomori Prefecture's climate is relatively cooler than other areas on Honshu. Aomori is most famous for its agriculture such as farming, fishing and more. However, it is most famous for apples. It is also home to the biggest seated Buddha in all of Japan, in Seiryū-ji, The Blue Dragon Temple. Mount Osore is located in this prefecture which is supposed to be the home of the dead and many festivals are celebrated here to welcome the dead to see their relatives.
Aomori is an interesting location that is full of history from the beautiful Hirosaki Castle to some of the softest powder you could snowboard on at the Hakkoda and Appi mountains. I personally, lived in this region of Japan for about 2 years and enjoyed exploring as much as I could before we left. The beauty of this region is the winter time for me. You can easily find yourself in an onsen, relaxing in the warm water while snow falls gingerly on your shoulders. It is home, to some amazing mountains to do all kinds of winter activities. The springtime brings Sakura, cherry blossoms, and while there are some gorgeous places down south to see the sakura in bloom, you would not be disappointed by visiting here in the springtime.
There are two ways to reach Aomori which is via the two airports Aomori Airport and Misawa Airport or you can take the Shinkansen, the bullet train. It is a unique part of Japan that may be overshadowed by the metropolitan life in Tokyo. If you are looking to get away from the bustle of Tokyo and see how the Japanese really live I highly suggest you consider taking a look at Aomori-ken for your next trip to Japan! I have compiled a list of my favorites places to see in Aomori. This is in no particular order.
Link in Bio for the full list!