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Aomori Prefecture is the most northern prefecture on the main island of Honshu. Aomori faces Hokkaido and it also borders both Iwate and Akita prefectures. The largest city in Aomori Prefecture is Aomori, and during the first week of August the city hosts the annual Nebuta Matsuri (Nebuta Festival). The Nebusta Matsuri is one of Japan's largest festivals, and it features illuminated floats and a lot of energetic dancing by everyone involved. Other highlights of Aomori Prefecture are Hirosaki Castle (southwest of Aomori), and the Shimokita Hanto (Shimokita Peninsula) which boasts wonderful coastal scenery and wildlife, including a large population of wild monkeys. In Towada-Hachimantai National Park lies Japan's third largest lake, Lake Towadako. This large crater lake has crystal clear water and is surrounded by pretty pine forests. North of Lake Towadako lies Mount Hakkodasan which is a popular area for hiking during the summer months.

    Ishiba Ryokan

    Style: Traditional Ryokan

    Welcome to Ishiba Ryokan. This Traditional Ryokan has a long history, as it started doing business in 1878. There are 18 Japanese-style rooms: 3 of with private baths and toilets, 6 with private toilets but no baths, and 9 without private baths or toilets. There are two indoor baths (not hot spring baths), separated by gender. The baths are open from 15:00-23:00 and 7:00-10:00. Traditional Japanese-style cuisine is served to the guests at Ishiba Ryokan. Check-in time is after 15:00 and ch...

    Price Per Person:
    ¥7,000 ~ ¥15,000


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