Make this small Japanese Tatami room your base camp from which to explore all that northern Tohoku has to offer.
Located 3 stops east of Aomori Station in a quiet residential area on the edge of town.
Come and explore the Powder Snow Adventures!, Beautiful Cherry Blossoms in the Spring, Warm Summer and Great Autumn season foliage!
Japanese style 8 tatami mat room available for rent.
Room size: 13.22 square meter/ 131 square feet
4 minutes to the train station and a 12 minutes ride to downtown.
Quiet neighborhood with a few restaurants 10 to 15 minutes walk.
Please check the the information booth, on the right side outside of the station. There are lockers available at the stations to keep your luggage in case you want to take advantage of the time available to see interesting things or get information on Aomori and surrounding. Be mindful that trains are only frequent in the early morning. The rest of the time about one every hour. Last train leaves Aomori station at 22:50. Exit at Koyanagi station is always at the lead car by the conductor. rear doors do not open.
Train schedules are (EMAIL HIDDEN)
If possible let us know your ETA at Koyanagi station.
Small refrigerator is available for guest at no cost.
Located at the northern tip of Japan's main island of Honshu, Aomori Prefecture, which has a population of 1.44 million, is a fertile land rich in natural beauty and encompassing verdant forests and the Hakkoda mountain range. The region is known for Shirakami-Sanchi, a mountainous, unspoiled expanse of virgin forest containing some of the world's largest tracts of beech trees that has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, as well as the Aomori Nebuta Festival, a fire festival that is famous throughout Japan. With shores touching the Sea of Japan, the Pacific Ocean, and the Tsugaru Strait, in addition to an inland sea bordered by two peninsulas, the prefecture boasts a wealth of marine resources. Thanks to its climate of four distinct seasons, fruits and vegetables from the region are also delicious. The farming, fishing, and mountain communities of Aomori are a treasure trove of traditional recipes and cooking methods using local ingredients.
A small refrigerator.
Fiber optic fast internet.
Use of Kitchen.
We are always available to help our guests.
Please read carefully the directions on how to get here. It is easy to get lost as houses in Japan do not usually have a number.