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Garagarayama Campground
Echizen coast Hot springs/Hotels Nature/Scenic spots Accommodation Experience/leisure

Garagarayama Campground

The Garagarayama (Rattle Mountain) Campground is a mountainside camping area where you can enjoy outdoor recreation and sports. With a magnificent view overlooking the Sea of Japan, you will be able to enjoy various kinds of recreation at this resort facility, known for its unconventional name. There are log cabins with private hot spring baths, a dog run, and other amenities. How about spending some relaxation time in nature?

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Awara Onsen
Tojinbo / Awara Onsen Hot springs/Hotels Accommodation History/Culture Experience/leisure

Awara Onsen

Awara Onsen is a hot spring resort town that is familiarly known as “Kansai’ Antechamber.” The town was given this nickname because of its elegant atmosphere. They have welcomed many customers since 1887, the opening of the hot spring.

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Nishiyama Park (Nishiyama zoo)
Sabae / Nan-etsu Experience/leisure

Nishiyama Park (Nishiyama zoo)

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Echizen Suisennosato Park, Daffodil Dome
Echizen coast Nature/Scenic spots Experience/leisure

Echizen Suisennosato Park, Daffodil Dome

You can enjoy beautiful Echizen daffodils at the Daffodil Dome, which is the main attraction at the Echizen Suisennosato Park. You can appreciate the daffodils year-round. This facility is the first ever in Japan to succeed in keeping the flowers blooming throughout the year. With the opening of the Daffodil Dome, more people are able to appreciate the beauty of the Echizen daffodils. Two-thousand flowers are cultivated and exhibited at all times. The sweet smell of the lovely daffodils is very inviting.

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Tree Picnic Adventure IKEDA
Sabae / Nan-etsu Experience/leisure

Tree Picnic Adventure IKEDA

Ikeda Town has one of the largest adventure forests in Japan. Both children and adults can enjoy various activities together amongst the trees.

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Echizen Washi Village
Sabae / Nan-etsu History/Culture Experience/leisure

Echizen Washi Village

The Imadate District, where Echizen Washi Village is located, has a 1500-year history of producing Echizen washi, or Japanese paper. The area boasts of its high quality paper and advanced techniques.
At the Echizen Washi Village, you can observe the craftsmanship of Echizen paper-makers, experience making your own washi, and visit other facilities related to the making of Echizen washi. The paper-making shops are lined up along a 230-meter long street that intertwines natural beauty with a traditional Japanese village.

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Echizen Soba no Sato
Sabae / Nan-etsu History/Culture Gourmet/Souvenir Experience/leisure

Echizen Soba no Sato

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.

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Megane Museum
Sabae / Nan-etsu History/Culture Experience/leisure

Megane Museum

The Megane Museum is a symbol of Sabae, the city of eyeglasses. You can learn the history of the production of glasses, experience making glasses in the museum workshop, or visit a shop that sells original products from approximately 45 companies around Japan. You can even have your glasses custom-made.

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Heisenji Hakusan Shrine
Eiheiji / Okuetsu History/Culture Experience/leisure

Heisenji Hakusan Shrine

[Japan Heritage Fukui, Katsuyama Stone Story]
Japanese Cultural Heritage: Reading the Stones of Fukui and Katsuyama
Heisenji Hakusan Shrine was originally a Buddhist temple of the Hakusan Faith, founded by Taicho Daishi in 717; however, it was officially designated as a shrine during the Meiji Era, when the government wished to make a clear distinction between temples and shrines.
The shrine grounds are covered with a spectacular moss that covers the ground like a carpet, and 200-300 year old cedar trees stand in rows. The natural beauty of the surroundings soothes the souls of those who visit.
And right next to the temple parking lot is an ice cream shop that is very popular with the locals. Their soft serve ice cream is made from the fresh milk of hand-milked Jersey cows.

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Echizen Matsushima Aquarium
Echizen coast Experience/leisure

Echizen Matsushima Aquarium

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