Foliage

Aomori

Feel the Taste of Fall in the Colorful Hakkoda Mountains

The pinnacle of sightseeing at the Hakkoda Mountains, one of the One Hundred Mountains of Japan, is the Hakkoda Ropeway.

This always popular ropeway lets you enjoy a breathtaking view throughout all seasons, but it's especially great during autumn. The maple trees, rowan maple trees, beech trees, and rowan trees dyed in red and yellow are a sight that brings fascination and awe to the eyes of anyone who witnesses this spectacular display of nature.

Come see the vibrant nature of the Hakkoda Mountains in Fall

The Hakkoda Mountains is the general name for the 16 mountains located in the southern side of Aomori City.

The pinnacle of sightseeing at the Hakkoda Mountains, one of the One Hundred Mountains of Japan, is the Hakkoda Ropeway. This always popular ropeway lets you enjoy a breathtaking view throughout all seasons, but it's especially great during autumn.

The maple trees, rowan maple trees, beech trees, and rowan trees dyed in red and yellow are a sight that brings fascination and awe to the eyes of anyone who witnesses this spectacular display of nature.

Your adventure on the ropeway is like a journey through the skies. The panoramic views of Mt. Iwaki and Hokkaido just might be the highlight of your entire trip!

There are many other must-see spots around this area too. In the nearby Sukayu Hot Springs, you can get your fill of a different kind of fall foliage scenery. Also, don't forget about the rivers that flow in this area!

If you go upstream, you are almost guaranteed to be able to see some impressive ravines and waterfalls. Last but not least, several hot springs and traces of fumaroles like the Jigokunuma Swamp will make you remember that these mountains used to be volcanic.

Find Information

The Hakkoda Mountains

Aomori

  • Address
    The Hakkoda Mountains, Aomori Prefecture

View on Autumn MAP

Expolore Japan more?