Michinoku Traditional Wooden Boat Museum

Travel Guide - Michinoku Traditional Wooden Boat Museum

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Michinoku Traditional Wooden Boat Museum is Japan's largest fish boat museum with around 200 fishing boats on display, including a collection of Mudamahagi type fishing boats - 67 boats designed as national treasures.
Foreign wooden sailing boats are also mooraged at the quay.
From the observation deck at the height of 30 meters, you can enjoy the panoramic view of Aomori City and Mutsu Bay.

*The facility was closed in 2014.

Opening Hours

  • 9:00 - 16:30

Closed

  • December 1 - March 24

Access / Public Transport

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

Address / Location

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