Asuwayama Park

Updated: 2021年3月31日(Wed)

Center of Fukui city Nature/Scenic spots History/Culture Attractions/Experience Experience/leisure


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.

Other information

Adress 福井市山奥町58-97
Tel 0776-20-5346
Official URL http://asuwayama.fukuicity-navi.com/