WELCOME TO HIROSAKI
The most famous cherry blossom park in Japan.
Hirosaki city is located in northest region of Honshu island of Japan. This region is called “MICHINOKU” from long time ago, MICHINOKU means end of the road in japanese.
For that reason, there are much valuable nature around Hirosaki city like Shirakami-Sanchi registered as the natural World Heritage site, Juniko Lakes(Aoike), Mt. Iwaki known as secred mountain, Mt.Hakkoda known as major backcountry ski area, Oirase Gorge, Lake Towada etc.
There are also so many Onsen(Hot spring) in Hirosaki and the surrounding area.
You can sightseeing, hike, run by bicycle, go skiing, ride a boat, camp, take onsen in this area all seasons.
Hirosaki city has flourished as a northest castle town about 400 years ago, there are so many tourist attractions like old castle tower, old temples and shrines, Japanese gardens, five-story pagoda etc, in this city.
Especially, it’s must-see that Neputa Festival that takes place on first week of August and Cherry Blossom Festival in castle park from late of April to beginning of May.
At the time of planning to travel to Hirosaki or the surrounding area, please feel free to contact us. We offer transportation, hotel, restaurant, and ORDER-MADE-PRIVATE tours etc.
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Aomori Nebuta Festival is a summer festival which is one of the four major festivals in Aomori. This festival was designated an important intangible folk-cultural property of Japan in 1980. The festival is held annually between August 2nd and 7th.
Hirosaki Neputa Festival is a summer festival which is one of the four major festivals in Hirosaki. This festival was designated an important intangible folk-cultural property of Japan in 1980. The festival is held annually between August 1st and 7th.
It become the best time to see Rice field art in Inakadate village, next to HIrosaki. It’s highly recommended that you go the observatories by own car or hiring a vehicle. Please note that you may stand in line for entering the observatories in summer season(～mid Aug.).