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Liquor Store Spots in Aomori Area

  • Ishiba Family Residence
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    Aomori Pref. Hirosakishi Kamenokoumachi 88
    This residence is estimated to have been built in the middle of the Edo period, and is also designated as a National Important Cultural Property. For generations the household took the name “Seibei” and dealt in straw and household goods for the clan. Currently it is operating as a liquor store, and with the living room’s open hearth is an interesting building.

    This seems to be the older Samurai house and sits about a quarter miles from the other three. Very nicely preserved with the feel of a warriors house.

  • World Liquor Nakai
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    Aomori Misawa-shi Chuocho 2-8-5
    A liquor store with a wide selection. Alcoholic beverages from around the world are on display inside, and visitors will find not only wines, beers, sakes, and shochus, but also an extensive variety of brandies, spirits, and liqueurs. In addition to liquors, the store also carries cigarettes, cigars, and imported confections and snacks, plus there are expert staff on hand to give you advice, so feel free to stop on by!
  • Jizake-an Sato
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    Aomori Aomori-shi Yasukata 1-4-4
    This sake store carries local and famous brands. The store has chilled display cases so that you can actually see and touch the products themselves, which in addition to sake include a variety of wines as well. Also available are delicious sake products from breweries established during the Edo and Meiji periods, as well as limited-edition seasonal products.
  • Seki Taro Store
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    Aomori Aomori-shi Asamushi Hotarudani 38
  • Akasaka Liquor Store
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    Aomori Aomori-shi Hajiro Sawada 2-7
  • Akasaka Liquor Store
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    Aomori Aomori-shi
  • Akatonbo no Kudo
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    Aomori Aomori-shi Namiuchi 1-chome 3-21
  • Akatonbo no Kudo Tsukuda Main Store
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    Aomori Aomori-shi Tsukuda 1-chome 21-8
  • Akimoto Partner Shop
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    Aomori Aomori-shi Yasuta Chikano 446-2
  • Ikuta Liquor Store
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    Aomori Aomori-shi Kita-kanazawa 1-5-3
  • Izumiya Liquor Store
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    Aomori Aomori-shi Tsukuda 1-20-11
  • Ito Liquor Store
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    Aomori Aomori-shi Namioka Daishaka Maeda 77-3
  • Iwaida Store
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    Aomori Aomori-shi Kugurizaka Hamada 783
  • Ebina Liquor Store
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    Aomori Pref. Aomorishi Shinoda 3-1-22
  • Odaira Liquor Store
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    Aomori Aomori Furukawa 1-20-2
  • Takahashi
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    Aomori Aomori-shi Hanazono 2-13-1
  • Yoshida Liquor Store
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    Aomori Aomori-shi Nagashima 2-4-10
  • Kamada Liquor Store
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    Aomori Aomori-shi Kanazawa 1-5-21
  • Kameya Liquor Store
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    Aomori Aomori-shi Chuo 1-26-22
  • Kawaguchi Liquor Store
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    Aomori Aomori-shi Shinoda 2-chome 11-3

Aomori Areas

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Centuries-old stories of samurai at Kakunodate and the remains of millennia-old archaeological sites including the likes of Isedotai invite history buffs to delve into Aomori’s fascinating history. As the most northern prefecture on the Japanese mainland, Aomori enjoys a cooler climate, which makes it a welcome escape from the southern cities for combining castles, art galleries, and summer festivals with the great outdoors.

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