Aomori Prefecture Tourist Center ASPAM4.0
This is a 76m-tall tourist information building in a shape of pyramid or "A", representing the first letter of Aomori. It has a multitude of souvenir shops and an observation platform at the top offers splendid views of the bay and the city. Throughout July, you can overlook the making of Nebuta floats in the nearby park. Musical performances using the Aomori's famed instrument 'Tsugaru Shamisen' are frequently held here.
Purposeelderly,experience,family,winter in Japan,art,sightseeing
Airport/Sta.New Chitose Airport (about 231.9km) Google Transit
We guide this spot.
5.0a week ago
A lovely theater, observation deck, restaurants and souvenir shops. The 2D movie was fine, but try to get the 3D movie time if you can.
5.0a month ago
Very beautiful place to relax/workout. I love the smell of the sea and heavy wind.
5.0a year ago
The view from the observation deck was stunning and the film was well worth it. Would have loved to watch all four seasons but we didn't have time sadly. The ramen on the 1st floor was also really good and very reasonable!
4.09 months ago
Very nice place to relax & get a lay of the land. The observation deck has some amazing, panoramic views. I didn't check out the restuarant floor, but I feel it could do well with more things to do.
4.07 months ago
Very big building. This place provide the cultural show and deck bay area, but there're entrance fee for both. There's apple pie tenant and omiyage shop. Apple pie tastes delicious
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This rectangle-shape building is a major landmark of Aomori city. Inside of the ASPAM building, there are many small souvenir shops lined up to charm visitors. You can buy vareity of local soul foods from famous apple juice to dried sca...
This rectangle-shape building is a major landmark of Aomori city. Inside of the ASPAM building, there are many small souvenir shops lined up to charm visitors. You can buy vareity of local soul foods from famous apple juice to dried scallops. Also,local musicians perfom Tsugaru Jamisen(Three-stringed instrumet like a banjo)sometimes. You will have a good time in ASPAM.Read moreClose