Aoi Umi Park

Travel Guide - Aoi Umi Park

Information

Aoi Umi Park is located next to Aomori Port, and you can enjoy walking around with a scenic view of Mutsu Bay.
It is a good place to walk alongside the sea in the daytime or to see the illuminated Aomori Bay Bridge at night.
It is also good to walk on Aomori La-Bridge which connects the park and the Memorial Ship Hakkoda-Maru.

In the spring and summer, you can see a row of large tents called “Nebuta Rasseland”, where Nebuta floats are produced for the Aomori Nebuta Matsuri Festival held in August.

Opening Hours

  • Open 24 hours

Closed

  • No closing days

Access / Public Transport

  • 10 minutes walk from Aomori Station on the JR lines or Aoimori Railway Line

Address / Location

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