If you do not catch up with the Nebuta Festival in early August, you can come to this exhibition hall if you want to see the famous big lantern. Goshogawara, Aomori, and Hirosaki each have a large lantern car exhibition hall. Goshogawara is a vertical lantern, Aomori is horizontal, and Hirosaki is fan-shaped.
The large lantern car displayed here is very huge, 5 stories high. First go directly to the top floor of the exhibition hall, and then walk down layer by layer. There are also festival singing and dancing musical instruments on the ground floor every hour.
However, there are not many trains to Goshogawara, which only run every 1-2 hours. The limited express trains are still reserved seats for all trains, and tickets need to be booked in advance during peak seasons
The summer festival in Aomori, Japan can be said to be attended at least once in a lifetime. If you cannot visit the summer festival in early August every year, you can also feel the atmosphere of the Goshogawara Tachineputa Nebuta at any time of the year at the "Tachineputa Museum"! The Tachineputa Nebuta roller coaster for the past three years is displayed here. It is super shocking to see the huge Nebuta that is 23 meters high and weighs 19 tons! The museum also displays relevant materials, images and videos of Tachineputa Nebuta to learn about the cultural and historical background of the Nebuta Festival. Among them, the film records the preparation, production process, and grand occasion of the summer festival during the year. The scene shouted "ヤッテマレ! ヤッテマレ! (yatemare! yatemare!)", which made people excited. On the 4th floor, you can observe the vast production process of this year's latest Tachineputa Nebuta on the spot, and you can also make Nebuta with the craftsmen, experience paper mixing or coloring. After the experience is completed, you will get a certificate of participation in production. Both adults and children can participate for free, which is very fun and interesting! Tachine Wuta Museum‧Address: 21-1, Omachi, Goshogawara City, Aomori Prefecture‧Business Hours: April to September 9:00～19:00, October to March 9:00～17:00‧Tickets: Adult 600 yen, 450 yen for high school students, 250 yen for elementary and middle school students. How to get there: Walk about 5 minutes from "Goshogawara Station"
You must check in the stunning Tachineputa Museum. I came to Aomori on this trip to Japan. The thing that shocked me the most during this trip was the Tachineputa Museum in Goshogawara City. And the origin of this place is also very interesting. Friends who like it can consult online. The ticket for a visit here is 600 yen. As soon as I entered the museum, I saw a very small Aomori product center, where I bought a lot of souvenirs and local specialty products. When I entered the hall, I saw a lot of cartoon characters, and they were all very different. Many cartoon characters were displayed in the form of lanterns in our country. But what is different from the lanterns in our country is that the lights here are really big and big!! And you can watch an 8-minute movie here ~ probably every 30 minutes. He doesn't have a Chinese version, but I think you can get a deeper understanding just by looking at the pictures. TIPS1. There will be some instructions in Japanese on the walls in the hall. I don't understand Japanese, but I can understand it by looking at some Chinese characters. 2. There is a small cafeteria upstairs. I recommend the miso soup, which is super delicious!!! There is also the curry chicken steak, which is super delicious. Attractions Address: 21-1, Omachi, Goshogawara City, Aomori Prefecture
Feel the cultural heritage in the carnival. Japan’s traditional lantern festival Tachineputa-no-kan is an exhibition hall about the local traditional lantern festival. I always like this traditional festival and find it very flavorful, especially Japanese festivals, which are generally exaggerated. , But it is really impressive. Vertical Lanterns The exhibition hall on the Goshogawara side is a vertical lantern. Unlike the horizontal style in Aomori, the entire lantern cart in Goshogawara is particularly large, as high as five stories. We went directly to the top floor of the pavilion to see, and then walked down one by one. According to legends in the past, in order to ensure a smooth harvest, the Nebuta Festival is held every August. To drive away the Nebuta, the peasants invited Muta, and God Muta appeared with paper lanterns in the form of humanoids, surrounded by everyone, forming the present stand. Nebuta Lantern House. In the exhibition hall, there are human-shaped lanterns of Muta of every Nebuta Festival. In the documentary, everyone laughed and shouted. The night was so lively. At the end of the documentary, the whole picture became ecstasy. Suddenly I feel that everyone is really expressing their inner feelings in their own way. Everyone gathers together to express their desires and national unity, thus gradually forming their own culture. But if you want to come, you have to book your tickets in advance, because the trains here are not very frequent and only run every 2 hours.
Very strong oppressive feeling, very nice. There is an admission fee, but it's worth the trip. It was nice to know the history of the museum.