Aomori Prefecture is the northernmost prefecture on the island of , . Aomori is divided into three main regions, each with their own dialect.

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, the capital of prefecture, , is located on Mutsu Bay, at the northern tip of .

, a mid-sized port city in Aomori, is a stop on the Tohoku Shinkansen line and an embarkation point for ferries bound for Tomakomai on the island of Hokkaido.

is the northwestern peninsula of Aomori prefecture, at the northern tip of the main island of .

is a city in , in the northern region of the main Japanese island .


The is the remote northeastern cape of the island of , stretching out towards .

is a city in Aomori prefecture, . Towada Kanko Bus runs an hourly bus service from the airport to 's train station.

is a city in Aomori prefecture in .

is a town in the peninsula of Aomori prefecture, .

is a World Heritage Site in the northern region of , straddling the prefectures of and .

Shingō is a village in Aomori prefecture, . There is an annual festival in the winter at Christ's tomb.


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