Situated the furthest north on the main Japanese island (just below Hokkaido), Aomori is comprised of pristine natural landscapes such as the UNESCO World Heritage Site "Shirakami-Sanchi", the Juniko (Twelve Lakes), and Tsutanuma Marsh. The prefecture is also well-known for numerous festivals, so you can enjoy both the natural and cultural landscapes of Japan.
- Anmon Falls
- Aoike, Juniko (Twelve Lakes)
- Aoimori Railway, Hachinohe Station
- Ashino Park
- Cityscape Hachinohe, Aomori Pref.
- Former City Library
- Former To-o Gijuku Missionary Residence
- Fujita Memorial Garden, The Western House
- Hirosaki Five-storied Pagoda, Saishoin Shrine
- Hirosaki Park