Découverte de la ville d'Aomori, préfecture du département éponyme au nord du Japon. C'est une ville de 300 000 habitants avec port de pêche qui se trouve au fond de la baie de Mutsu. Elle est connue pour la culture des pommes et des coquilles Saint-Jacques. Il y a très peu de monuments historiques à cause des bombardements, mais elle abrite un site archéologique important de l'ère préhistorique.
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La ville d'Aomori se situe à peu près à 700 km de Tokyo. Elle est à trois heures de Tokyo en train Shinkansen, ou à une heure en avion. Il y a vraiment trop de monde dans les grandes villes japonaises, mais la vie est beaucoup plus tranquille et paisible à Aomori. Comme tous les gens du nord, les habitants ne sont pas forcément affables au premier abord, mais en vérité ils sont très gentils. La ville n'a rien à voir avec Tokyo hyperindustrialisé et Kyoto hypertouristique, mais vous pourrez vous décontracter dans cette ville aux charmes un peu désuets. Dans la proximité d'Aomori, il n’y a pas beaucoup de stations thermales appelées onsen et vous pourrez également apprécier la belle nature laissée intacte par l'industrialisation.read more
Prestation de guide-interprète.
Frais de transport, restauration, entrées aux musées, etc. pour l'ensemble des voyageurs y compris le guide.
Malheureusement, le service du transport en commun n'est pas vraiment suffisant dans la ville d'Aomori, et pas mal de lignes de train et de bus n'assurent qu'un service minimum, un bus par heure par exemple. Si vous voulez découvrir Aomori en une seule journée, on devra limiter le nombre des lieux à visiter et établir un bon programme des voyages par le transport en commun.
Maison de Nebuta Warasse : 600 yens
Musée-bâteau le Hakkoda : 500 yens
Les tickets pour plusieurs bâtiments avec réduction intéressante sont disponibles.
Réduction enfants et étudiants.
Yes! If you need to make changes such as removing or adding someone to your booking or changing the date or time of your tour, contact us by phone or email
After you secure your booking, the starting and ending points of your tour can be customized to your convenience (ex.: your hotel, nearby stations, etc.). Don't worry, we will take care of you! Some tours may have an extra fee for this service, make sure to check the tour page.
After booking a tour, the guide will accept (or decline) your booking within 24 hours. Then you will be noticed by email from Triplelights.
The price is charged per group. Which means that you make a one-time payment for your entire group and the price will not change if it is less or more people.
Some guides accept extra people (more than the specified number) for an extra charge. Please check for the extras on the tour or booking page, or contact your guide directly to clarify.
No. Your tour is private, only for you and your family or friends, there will be no other group of tourists together in your tour.
Yes, but there will be additional charge for that and it is not by car. The guide will go pick you up using public transportations. For further details, please contact your guide directly.
Yes, you can and you may be able to get a discount if you are traveling alone. Price depends on which guide you choose.
Hisashi offered our group a varied itinerary for seven hours in and around Aomori. Unfortunately the ship was unable to dock for several hours due to poor weather conditions. Hisashi and the driver waited till we eventually came ashore and modified the tour to ensure we saw as much as possible in our remaining time. We visited the Nebuta Museum Wa Rasse then drove through the countryside to Kuroishi where we strolled the picturesque 19th century Komise-Dori street and enjoyed a delicious local lunch. But the highlight of our day was the visit to the beautiful Hirosaki Castle Park where autumn foliage was at its peak and the scenery was further enhanced by the light dusting of snow. It was truly a memorable half day excursion and we could only imagine how much more perfect our day would hav... read more
Thank you for your kind review. Unfortunately, the weather was not fine and the tour was shortened, but I'm happy to hear that you were satisfied with the tour. I hope you will come again to see the cherry blossoms of Hirosaki in the springtime. Hisashi
I am writing the consensus opinions of the 12 members of our private tour group. The good points: 1 - The bus and bus driver were excellent 2 - Hisashi specifically went out of his way to get me in to see physician at the beginning of the tour to get a prescription for an essential medication of mine that I had forgotten to bring and get it filled First of all, he was late picking us up with the bus and driver. As a guide, he hardly ever spontaneously engaged the group to give us information. He was mostly non-communicative, and not particularly pleasant. ro deal with.We got info mostly only when we asked specific questions. He fell asleep in the bus on the way back from Hirosaki Castle. His fund of information also seemed quite poor for a licensed guide and native of Aomori.
Thank you for your feedback. I'll take it into consideration for future improvement.
Our family enjoyed a full day in Aomori with Hisashi. We visited Sannai Maruyama ruins, watched Nebuta parade, saw Inakadate rice art, visited Kuroishi Komise Street, and shopped at A-Factory. Hisashi was very helpful and accommodating. We were able to change lunch plans and add in some shopping. It was a very busy but fun day in Aomori!
Thank you for your review. I hope you enjoyed the fireworks in the evening and you will come again to Aomori one day.
We had a good day with Hisashi. His English is good and he is friendly and informative. We chose where we wanted to go and he organised it. We had lunch at a small restaurant with a variety of Japanese food. There was something to suit everyone and the food was good and inexpensive. We would recommend Hisashi.
Thank you for your review. I hope you will come again to Aomori one day.
Want to spend a memorable day in Aomori with the perfect guide? Then choose Hisashi! 3 couples (from America) spent the day touring this prefecture of Japan. Hisashi promised to save the cherry blossoms for us...and he kept his promise! The cherry trees surrounding Hirosaki Castle were unbelievable. We made a short visit to Seibien Garden and enjoyed a delicious "locals" lunch in Komise-dori. At our request, Hisashi took us to the Tsugaru Kokeshi Museum. We took too many photos of the beautiful cherry trees and had to cut short our visit to Sannai-Maruyama - the interesting, recently discovered archeology site. Make sure to allow plenty of time to explore the museum and the historical "dig" sites. At last, but not least, don't miss Nebuta Museum Wa Rasse. It was truly a highlight for u... read more
Thank you for your kind comment. I appreciate it very much. I hope you will come again to Aomori one day.