of rural Japan
Horse-drawn carriages ride down roads past traditional Japanese homes, while elements of local festivals and crafts add color and flair to the premises.
The winters here may be cold, but the warm hospitality of Aomori will keep you cozy throughout your stay.
1 3 The warmth of rural Aomori
In rural Aomori, home is where the heart is. After an afternoon participating in regional activities such as weaving and lacquerware decorating, you'll get to enjoy a locally inspired meal that will warm you to your core and put a smile on your face.
2 3 A year-round celebration
The entire premises are decorated year-round with paper floats inspired by the Aomori Nebuta Matsuri fire festival. The festive atmosphere will put a spring in your step—especially when the flutes and drums start to play.
3 3 A variety of hot spring bath options
What better way to start the day than with a dip in a hot spring bath scented with hiba? If you'd prefer to bathe al fresco, there's an outdoor bath surrounded by a pond. There's also a foot bath where you can enjoy a panoramic view of the premises.
Aomori is a mostly coastal area that boasts pristine rivers and majestic mountains—an environment that produces a wide variety of culinary ingredients. Our chefs draw out the flavors of these ingredients to prepare delightful meals that will satisfy your palate.More
Aomori Nebuta Room
- 1–3 Guests
Artwork inspired by the paper floats of the Nebuta Matsuri festival welcomes you the moment you open the door of this colorful room. Paper sculptures decorate the living area, while a dynamic painting adorns the ceiling above the bed.
Ogurami Room (Japanese-style w/ semi-open bath)
- 1–3 Guests
Wood furnishings provide this room with a warmth complemented by the expansive scenery outside the windows. Local hiba wood is used in the bathtub, and its pleasant aroma pervades the room.
Azumashi Wayo (Japanese Style Room with Japanese and Western Style Bed Rooms)
- 1–5 Guests
Up to five people can stay in this large room, which is decorated with tradtional regional craftwork such as Yawata-uma wood horse figurines and Nambu saki-ori patchwork quilts.
Hoshino Resorts Aomoriya
Mapcode: 84 583 062*00
10 minutes walk from Misawa Station to Aomoriya.
A shuttle service is provided from Hachinohe Staion, Aomori Airport, and Misawa Airport.
Café / Lounge
Spa / Massage
Check-in / Check-out
- Café / Lounge
- Spa / Massage
- Meeting Room
- Home delivery service(Luggage for accommodation must be sent out with the name of the accommodation representative and the check-in date)
- Smoke-free property