Visit the spectacular and colossal Buddha before heading to the Nebuta Museum WA RASSE to marvel at giant paper floats from the Aomori Nebuta Festival.
• Begin with a visit to Seiryuji Temple and the 70-foot, 220-ton Buddha that stands on Kuwabara Hill and learn about its significance as the city's symbol of wisdom, kindness, and inner power.
• Continue to the Nebuta Museum WA RASSE, a cultural facility featuring every aspect of the Aomori Nebuta Festival, including 10 giant, colorful floats.
• Gain insight into the traditional art and history of float making, dancing, music, and more.
What to Bring:
• SeaPass and ID
• Cash (local currency)
• Bottled water
What to Wear:
• Comfortable walking shoes
• Comfortable clothes
• You must be a good walker. Wheelchairs cannot be accommodated.