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Aomori Tourist Information Center, ASPAM

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This equilateral triangle-shaped building, the design based on the "A" of "Aomori," is the central facility for information about Aomori, and has 15 floors and a height of 76m. As well as a local produce shop, a panorama movie theater, and an observation deck, this building also has a wide range of eateries, including a restaurant offering panoramic views, and local cuisine.

Street address

1-1-40 Yasukata, Aomori City

Access

  • An 8-minute walk from JR Aomori Station

Opening Hours

● Opening hours: 09:00-22:00
● Business hours within building
• Second Floor: 9:00-19:00 (April to October), 9:00-18:00 (November to March)
• Thirteenth Floor Observation Platform: 9:00-19:00 (April to October), 9:00-18:00 (November to March)
• Restaurants and food services: 9:30-21:30 (Times may differ between shops/restaurants)
• Souvenir Shop: 9:30-18.30 (April to October), 9:30-18:00 (November to March)

Closed

Four days a year: 31 December, the Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday of the fourth week of January each year.
However, the Energy Center is closed the fourth Monday of every month.

Website

http://www.en-aomori.com/shopping-001.html

Best season

All year

Point

A 360-degree panoramic view from the 13th floor observation deck lets visitors see the Shimokita, Tsugaru, and Natsudomari peninsulas, Mutsu Bay, and the mountains of Hakkoda. Far-off Hokkaido can be seen on clear days.

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