Fukui's prized possessions
Fukui's prized possessions, created by rich nature and historical traditions.
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Tourist area guid
We will introduce you to some of the features of Fukui city, and the neighboring cities.
Fukui city center area
An area where you can experience history, such as the "Fukui Castle Ruins" where the prefectural office is located in the castle tower, the "Yokokan", and the "Kitasho Castle" castle ruins built by the Sengoku warlord Shibata Katsuie.See more
Ichijodani / Togo area
An area that is irresistible for history lovers at the popular "Ichijodani Asakura Ruins", which has become a hot topic in TV commercials.See more
Echizen coast area
Echizen Cape has been selected as one of the "100 Best Sunsets in Japan". The beauty of the coast, which is lined with strange rock cliffs such as "Kotorimon," attracts visitors.See more
Fukui city suburbs area
The area is dotted with spectacular spots, including "Fukui Fresh Ichiba" where you can find fresh ingredients, and many museums.See more
Eiheiji / Okuetsu area
An area recommended for adult trips, such as Eiheiji Temple, which was rated as two stars in "Michelin Green Guide Japan", and Rokuroshi Kogen, which is rich in nature.See more
Tojinbo / Awara Onsen area
An area with Tojinbo, a cliff with rough cliffs, and Awara Onsen, one of the best hot spring towns in Fukui Prefecture, designated as a national natural monument.See more
Sabae / Minamiechizen area
Even in Fukui, where many "traditional crafts" are rooted in Japan, the area where traditional crafts such as glasses, Echizen lacquer and Echizen Japanese paper are popular.See more