When you think of Aomori Prefecture, you probably think of apples and the Nebuta Festival.
Aomori Prefecture is the largest producer of apples in Japan, and is also famous for the Nebuta Festival.
The capital of the prefecture is Aomori City.
Aomori Prefecture has the following sports teams.
Tohoku Free Blades
Aomori Wat's is a member of the B2 of the B League (Japan Professional Basketball League).
Home town : Aomori City, Aomori Prefecture
Origin of the team name : The team was named after the Aomori dialect word for hot, wah-atsu, and the word for strong and speedy, wattsuri.
Year of establishment : 2012
Member of B1 League : None
Reinmeer Aomori FC
This team is based in Aomori City and aims to enter the J-League.
The team name means "clear sea, blue forest" in German.
Kakuhiro Group Athletic Stadium
Kakuhiro Group Athletic Stadium is an athletic stadium located in Aomori City, Aomori Prefecture. It is a stadium that hosts home games of Rhein-Mer Aomori FC, a JFL member that is …
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Haruka Yume Stadium
Haruka Yume Stadium(Hirosaki City Sports Park Baseball Stadium) is located in Hirosaki City. The stadium is used for games hosted by the Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles Aomori Prefect …
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Maeda Arena(Aoimori Arena) is a gymnasium located in Shin-Aomori Sports Park. It is the venue where the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2003 Asian Winter Games were held. It …
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Mori Transport Arena (Aomori Prefectural Skating Rink)
Mori Transport Arena(Mori Unyu Arena) is a skating rink located in Aomori City, Aomori Prefecture. It has hosted the World Curling Championships in 2007. The skating rink is open f …
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Michinokubank Dream Stadium
Michinokubank Dream Stadium is a curling rink located in Aomori City, Aomori Prefecture. This venue has hosted the Japan Curling Championship Tournament in the past. Getting to the …
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