RWC 2019: Where to stay, what to do and where to eat in the unmissable Aomori region

So you’ve decided to land in Sapporo for the Wallabies’ Rugby World Cup opener against Fiji on Saturday, September 21. You’ve made an excellent decision, the clash between two of the World Cup’s most exciting outfits isn’t one to be missed and you’ll get to witness it first hand in one of Japan’s most unique stadiums in the Sapporo Dome. And here’s the kicker. By securing tickets for that pool D clash you’re also opening yourself up to something else that’s not to be missed, a once-in-a-lifetime chance to take in some of Japan’s most stunning, nigh-on-unbelievable experiences. We’re talking about the Aomori region. The northernmost prefecture on Japan's main island of Honshu, Aomori is simply breathtaking and is just a stone’s throw from Sapporo, making it the ideal stopover before or after the Wallabies’ clash with Fiji. With that in mind we’ve put together a comprehensive guide on how to make sure you get the best from your trip to Aomo
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