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Aomori Station

Aomori Station (青森駅 Aomori-eki) is a railway station located in the city of Aomori, Japan.

Lines

Aomori Bay Bridge and trains

Aomori Station is served by the following lines.

Station layout

Aomori Station has a three island platforms connected to the station building by an overhead passageway. The station has a "Midori no Madoguchi" staffed ticket office and a View Plaza travel agency.

Platforms

1 Aoimori Railway for Asamushi-Onsen, Noheji, Hachinohe
for Shimokita, Ōminato
2 Aoimori Railway for Asamushi-Onsen, Noheji, Hachinohe
for Shimokita, Ōminato
Ōu Main Line for Shin-Aomori, Hirosaki, Ōdate, Akita
3-6 Ōu Main Line for Shin-Aomori, Hirosaki, Odate, Akita
Tsugaru Line for Kanita, Minmaya
Tsugaru-Kaikyō Line for Kikonai, Hakodate, Sapporo

Limited express trains

The following Limited express services stop at Aomori Station.

Buses

History

The station opened on 1 September 1891.

Surrounding area

Auga
  • Aomori Bay Bridge
  • Aomori Station building "Rabina"
  • Station square building "Auga"
  • Aomori Citizen's Library
  • Aomori station square police box
  • JR Bus Tōhoku Aomori office
  • Odashima Building
  • Towada Kankō Bus Aomori ticket counter ("Blue city" ticket)
  • Aomori Prefectural Office
  • Aomori City Hall

Adjacent stations

« Service »
Ōu Main Line
Tsugaru-Shinjō Rapid Terminus
Shin-Aomori Local Terminus
Tsugaru Line
Terminus - Aburakawa
Tsugaru-Kaikyō Line
Terminus - Kanita
Aoimori Railway Line
Tsutsui - Terminus

See also

Media related to at Wikimedia Commons

External links

  • Aomori Station map (English)

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