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Aomori Expressway

Aomori Expressway sign

Aomori Expressway
Route information
Length: 15.6 km[1] (9.7 mi)
Existed: 2003[2] – present
Major junctions
From: Aomori Interchange in Aomori, Aomori
Tōhoku Expressway
To: Aomori-higashi Interchange in Aomori, Aomori
Michinoku Toll Road
Aomori Prefectural Route 47
Aomori Prefectural Route 123
Highway system
National highways of Japan
Expressways of Japan

The Aomori Expressway (青森自動車道 Aomori Jidōsha-dō) is a 2-laned national expressway in Aomori, Aomori Prefecture, Japan. It is owned and operated by East Nippon Expressway Company.


The expressway is officially referred to as the Tōhoku Jūkan Expressway Hachinohe Route.[3]

The expressway serves as an extension to the Tōhoku Expressway (which terminates at Aomori Interchange) and runs through southern areas of the city of Aomori. Though the Aomori Expressway terminates at Aomori-higashi Interchange, it is planned to eventually connect with the terminus of the Hachinohe Expressway in the city of Hachinohe via a series of toll roads.

The speed limit is 70 km/h for the entire route.

Route description

No. Name Connections Dist. from
Dist. from
Notes Location
54 Aomori IC Tōhoku Expressway 0.0 15.6 Route 7 ←→ Aomori Expwy: No access Aomori, Aomori
55 Aomori-chūō IC National Route 7 (Aomori Kanjō Road) 6.1 9.5
TB Aomori-chūō Toll Gate
- Emergency Exit Access for Aomori Chūō Hospital
Authorized vehicles only
56 Aomori-higashi IC Pref. Route 47 (Aomori-higashi Inter Route)
Pref. Route 123 (Shimizugawa Takizawanonai Route)
15.6 0.0
Through to Michinoku Toll Road (Planned)
57 22.5 0.0


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External links

  • (Japanese) East Nippon Expressway Company

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