[Hoshino Resort Aomoriya] Show venue “Michinoku Festival” has been renewed


The show venue “Michinoku Festival” opened in 2006. From April 2022, we will specialize in shows so that you can feel the heat and power of the festival. The venue will be redesigned to bring the stage closer to the audience and create a sense of unity between the customer and the performer, and the show will be redesigned with new visual effects to draw in the world of the festival.

Venue design that creates a sense of unity between the performer and the audience

The refurbishment will allow you to see the show in front of you from any seat, allowing you to experience the power of the performers and nebuta as if they were a real festival. The entire venue was also decorated for Nebuta paintings and festivals. Creating a space in the audience seats where performers can appear creates a sense of unity between the customer and the performer.

Show production that tells the history of the festival

The show will be directed by storytelling, in which the people of Aomori endure the harsh cold winter, rejoice in the arrival of spring, and explode the stored energy in the summer. In addition, by playing images that express the four seasons of Aomori, the feelings for the festival, and the culture of the festival, customers can sympathize with the feelings of the people of Aomori and immerse themselves in the world of the festival.

Festival songs and floats that are indispensable for the festival

Festival songs and floats are indispensable for the Aomori festival. At the Aomoriya show, the staff will play the festival and operate the floats. The show will be lively with powerful performances of hand gestures, flutes, and drums, as well as different shouts depending on the festival, such as “Lassera” and “Yayado”.

Overview of "Michinoku Festival"

Opening date: Scheduled for April 2022
Price: Paid
Time: 20:30~21:10
Production time: About 40 minutes
Number of seats: 184 seats
Event target: Guests
Reservation start date: Scheduled to start accepting applications after December 2021

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Hoshino Resort Aomoriya
A hot spring inn where you can fully enjoy the culture of Aomori festivals and dialects with the concept of “Noresore (*meaning full of Aomori dialects) Aomori ~ People’s Story ~”. There is also a park dotted with ponds and old folk houses on the site of about 220,000 tsubo, where you can enjoy meals and various activities.



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