Aomori Prefecture Tourist Centerl ASPAM, Aomori

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Get an introduction to the prefecture at Aomori Prefecture Tourist Centerl ASPAM, a large shopping mall and cultural institution catering to tourists. Built in the shape of a giant ''A'' to represent the name of the prefecture and its capital, the building opened in 1986 and includes 15 floors of retail space, restaurants, and cultural attractions. Treat yourself to some local crafts and food products, including sweets made with the famously robust local apples. A series of large screens show videos of local sightseeing spots, giving you a good indication of where to head next on your adventure. Cap off your visit at the 360-degree observation deck, with extensive views of the mountains, bays, and capital. Arrange your visit to Aomori Prefecture Tourist Centerl ASPAM and discover more family-friendly attractions in Aomori using our Aomori vacation route planner.
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  • August 15, 2017
    This triangle has three points. The first one is installed near the aspam. Big tent. This is like a tent assemble the nebuta Festival (nebuta hut). This seems to be a time-limited and could not see the nebuta Festival I went to the nebuta Festival after a little impressed. The second one is a 3D Theater on the second floor. It is a 20-minute film. Come was to introduce the appeal of Aomori utilizing aerial shots and both say. The third is on the 13th floor observation deck. This would be depends on weather. It also isn't as high as the sky, Hakodate goryokaku Tower in there places nearby but would change the evaluation on whether overlooking the sea in good weather, not in. I would view the Aomori Bay Bridge and 8 MiG-Maru "looks. Could come if it looks at them with the blue sea, and seems sincere. ¥ 800 with the theater and both go and have one drink ticket. I think the great photos this triangle, so are suitable for the photo. If you come to Aomori, won't be disappointed.
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  • August 11, 2017
    To go to the observation deck, I went pay 400 Yen. You can get cards to drink a glass of juice. So I wonder if the real 300 yen. You can see Mt. Iwaki called Tsugaru Fuji and Mt. hakkoda. But so is building 13 floor observation deck. Maybe you'd better not expect too much.
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  • July 19, 2017
    Nebuta Festival Hall and 8 upper field this aspam view units & movie tickets went set discount. Aspam 1 f souvenirs shop it is, was not a toss up and other souvenir shop. Apple pie shop at the entrance of Mr. Yue you doughnuts are delicious. Observatory, weather permitting views of the pretty I think. Is a 360 ° video movie and sounds kinda lonely, and not have seen 20 minutes was back. But not so long ago was floating around smells of the Showa era overall.
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Aomori offers a range of accommodations following the shore of Aomore Bay, so you can easily match the location of your hotel with the things you want to do. The main street, Shinmachi, which starts at the train station, offers a range of hotels, with prices tending to decrease as you move away from the station. A number of budget hotels sit between the highway and the Arakawa River, and you can also find a group of hotels further away in Asamushionsen, next to the aquarium. Check out a few traditional "ryokan" (guesthouses) next to the railway stationl, or look for family-friendly hotels downtown.
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