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This building has some shops in it and also one of it's levels has a space for visitors lounge with free wifi. We came here to go to the Christmas Market which consisted of some food stalls. It was their first year hosting a Christmas...More
The building is actually quite big but it has only two publicly accessible floor. First floor hosts shops selling local produce and souvenir, second floor hosts lounges and a few kiosks. Second floor is very quiet.
The A-shaped building by Aomori Bay is Aomori Prefecture Tourist Center. Apart from the normal Information Counters, you can get detailed information relating to the history/development and purchase some souvenirs at the sale stalls there. Furthermore, you can go up to the Obervation Deck on...More
I visited this on a Wednesday late afternoon, it was empty. It's located on 13th floor. Go up the escalator to 2fl to take the elevators to 13flr. It's 360 degree view of amoroi. It's was a beautiful clear day. Vending machines are available. Ground...More
It's the tourist information center in Aomori, the northernmost point of Honshu and the terminus of all bus and train rides. From here, tourists can take the ferry to Hakodate or take an onward train to Sapporo. It's an interesting walk at the bayside, with...More
I had to go to the A-shaped building to try to get some pictures of Aomori once the weather cooperated. The gift shops, etc. on the ground floor I could bypass since the same things (apple products) were available throughout town. For me, the whole...More
ASPAM was very close to where the Celebrity Millennium was docked. We only had a limited amount of time, so we were just able to shop at the stores on the main level. The building has many other displays, presentations and restaurant on different levels.
The triangular shaped building is ASPAM which locates along the seafront. It is not only impressive from outside, there are also souvenir shops, information center, video shows and Observation Deck inside for tourists, mainly from the cruise ships. Alternatively, it can be said that most...More