Shin-Aomori Station 新青森駅

  • Published on : 05/11/2017
  • by : Japan Experience
Shin Aomori cover


Shin-Aomori Station is the northern terminus station for the Tohoku Shinkansen from Tokyo and the starting point for the Hokkaido Shinkansen to Shin-Hakodate-Hokuto Station in Hakodate.

Shin-Aomori Station is the northern terminus station for the Tohoku Shinkansen from Tokyo Station and Ueno Station in Tokyo and the starting point for the Hokkaido Shinkansen to Shin-Hakodate-Hokuto Station in Hakodate and eventually (around 2031) Sapporo. There are connections from Shin-Hakodate-Hokuto Station to Hakodate Station in the center of the city.

JR Aomori Station is also on the Ou Main Line for Hirosaki Station in HirosakiAkita Station in Akita city, Yamagata and Niigata going south and Aomori Station the next stop to the east.

Platforms 1 and 2 are for the Ou Line and platforms 11, 12, 13 and 14 for the Tohoku Shinkansen.

Shin Aomori 1

Shin-Aomori Station

@Japan Visitor

There are fewer services in and around Shin-Aomori Station compared with Aomori Station in the center of the city. Shin-Aomori Station has several rental car offices, ATMs, convenience stores and the Shunmikan, which contains several restaurants serving local food and stores selling Aomori Prefecture souvenirs including sake and apples. There are coin lockers within the Shunmikan.

There is a small Tourist Information Center within the station supplying brochures and information on Aomori Prefecture.

Most visitors make the short 3km trip into Aomori to find a hotel and a wider range of dining options.

Shin Aomori 2

Shinkansen at Shin-Aomori Station

@Japan Visitor

Latest Articles

Golden week

Golden Week Travel Advice

Japan will celebrate Golden Week from April 29 to May 6, 2024, which comprises four national holidays: Showa Day on April 29, Constitutional Memorial Day on May 3

Train at Shin-Osaka Station

Midosuji Line Osaka: The key north-south subway route through central Osaka

The Midosuji Line is the oldest and one of the most important subway lines in Osaka, Japan.


Train symbols in Japan: Understanding the complex naming and numbering schemes

Japan's extensive and efficient train network can be overwhelming for visitors at first glance.