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Aomori Hotels and Rooms in T˘hoku Region of Japan

Aomori Hotels Reservation including Sunroute Aomori Hotel Aomori Washington Hotel Hotel Aomori Jal City Hachinohe Hotel Jal City Aomori Hotel Aomori Accommodation.

Sunroute Aomori Hotel - Aomori

Guests will find all of the finest amenities in each of the 180 rooms in this popular 4-star hotel. The main shopping street of Aomori is just around the corner with plenty of choices for restaurants and shops. The hotel is also conveniently located close to the Aomori train station.

Sunroute Aomori Hotel - Aomori

Aomori City - wikipedia

Aomori is the capital city of Aomori Prefecture, the north end of Honshű. The city faces Mutsu Bay connecting Tsugaru Channel and the Hakkoda Mountains lie in the southern part of Aomori. It has the biggest seaport in the prefecture.

Aomori City Homepage

The city of Aomori owes its development to its unique position as transportation and distribution hub for the north of Japan. This vital factor also holds out great promise for continued urban development.

Aomori Prefecture - wikipedia

Aomori Prefecture is located in the T˘hoku Region of Japan. The capital is the city of Aomori. Aomori was named after the Aomori, which the Ainu described simply as the "big bay". Aomori Prefecture is the northernmost prefecture on Honshű and faces Hokkaid˘ across the Tsugaru Strait.

Aomori - wikitravel

Aomori, the capital of Aomori prefecture, Japan, is located on Mutsu Bay, at the northern tip of Honshu. A main attraction is the Nebuta Festival, claimed to be "Japan's biggest fire festival." Usually spanning a few weekends in August, this festival includes an abundance of street vendors. Each day culminates in a huge parade featuring lit up lantern floats and costumed dancers.

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