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The Fukui City Tourist Information Center provides tourist information for sites inside and outside Fukui City. You can purchase transportation tickets there for the Fukui Railway and Keifuku Bus Service. The Center will also assist you by delivering your baggage to your accommodations. You can also borrow raincoats and wheelchairs (free of charge) as well as rent electric bikes.See more
Katsuyama City accounts for 80% of dinosaur fossils discovered in Japan, and the Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum is one of the world's leading dinosaur museums.
There are fossils, dioramas, very realistic reconstructions of dinosaurs and forty full dinosaur skeletons on exhibition in this spacious museum.
Takasu Swimming Beach is a beautiful beach that boasts some of the clearest water of all beaches in Japan. The Takasu-Ayukawa coast is located in the Echizen-Kaga Kaigan Quasi-National Park. In the winter, you can have fresh seafood, such as Echizen crab and sweet shrimp. During the summer, the beach is crowded with people coming to swim.
There are famous sights nearby, such as Hokojima and Gamejima, as well as promenades along the coast, making this area ideal for a holiday stroll.
Koshino Swimming Beach is on a calm coastline with a long, clean, sandy shore. It is also reputed for its clear water. It is a safe beach for small children. Many people visit from inside and outside the prefecture to enjoy windsurfing and other marine sports. The area is also famous for its fishing.See more
Asuwayama Park contains historical artifacts and burial mounds related to Emperor Keitai, who is said to be from Fukui. There is a natural history museum on the grounds as well as a literary memorial museum dedicated to the poet Tachibana Akemi, who was active at the end of the Edo Period.
It is an ideal place for citizens to relax while discussing the history of Fukui City.
In spring, about 3,500 cherry trees can be seen in full bloom, including the 350-year-old weeping cherry tree at Asuwa Shrine.
The Mikuni Sunset Beach stretches across the northwestern part of Mikuni Port.
It is popular with families with small children because of its shallow waters.
Every year on August 11th, the largest fireworks festival in the Hokuriku area is being held here.
Including 5000 fireworks such as gimmick fireworks and starmine, various other fireworks such as Niagara Falls brighten up the night sky. The beautiful fireworks reflecting on the Sunset Beach are absolutely gorgeous.
Also, during the peak season, this beach is popular with young people that go yachting and windsurfing.
The traditional taste of 90 years in business. You can experience making your own soba at the Experience Dream Factory and enjoy the taste of freshly made soba right on the spot. You can also just simply take a tour of the factory.See more
Surrounded by vast lawns and blessed with nice views of the sea, Shibamasa World is a water resort with many attractions, such as roller coasters and other rides. The huge water slide called “The Monster Wing" is very popular in the summer.See more