In season, an excursion to this working orchard in full view of regal Iwaki-san, is fun for everyone. Pick as many apples as you can...
Fujita Memorial Garden
The former home and garden of the wealthy Fujita family, this beautiful example of a manicured Japanese garden is the second largest in...
Come here to see some of Hirosaki's Neputa floats and try your hand at the giant taiko (drums). There are also exhibitions of local...
This is an excellent Japanese rendition of a British pub: it's intimate, there's no cover charge (except sometimes when bands are...
Among Hirosaki's numerous coffee shops, this one has the longest history. In business since 1929, it's said to be the oldest in Tōhoku....
1 Sakamoto-chō · interesting places nearby
A variety of set meals and a picture menu make sampling the local cuisine a piece of cake. There's also an extensive list of Aomori sake, which you can try in an otameshi (sampler) set of three. Paper lanterns and folk music add atmosphere without being kitschy. Look for the vertical white sign out front.