Tourist Information of Fukui


In Fukui prefecture, you can enjoy breathtaking views at Tojinbo, historical exhibits at Echizen Ono Castle and the Dinosaur Museum. There are also gourmet seafood dishes and relaxing Awara hot springs to refresh you along with the beautiful natural scenery. You can also touch Echizen washi traditional crafts and explore history at the Ichijodani Asakura Clan Ruins.

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Fukui Prefecture is a charming tourist destination where nature and history blend seamlessly. Experience the Warring States period at Echizen Ono Castle, the "Castle in the Sky," and the Ichijodani Asakura Clan Ruins. Enjoy cherry blossoms at Maruoka Castle. You can also experience Zen meditation at Eiheiji Temple, the head temple of the Soto sect of Zen Buddhism. In the Echizen Washi Village, you can also touch upon traditional crafts. もっとみる

Enjoying Nature Spots

Fukui Prefecture has an abundance of spots where you can enjoy beautiful nature. You can appreciate the breathtaking views of the Sea of Japan from the Echizen Coast and the Tojinbo Cliffs, as well as enjoy boating on Lake Kuzuryu while experiencing the changing seasons. In addition, cherry blossom and autumn leaf viewing are recommended at Nishiyama Park. Furthermore, the moss-covered gardens at the former precincts of Hakusan Heisenji Temple, a historic site, welcome visitors. もっとみる

Recommended Summer Spots

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Fukui Prefecture's hot springs are healing spots with a variety of features, such as "Mikuni Onsen," where you can expect beautiful skin effects, and "Awara Onsen," which is attractive for its comfortable atmosphere. You can soak in the spring water that wells up in a nature-rich environment and spend a blissful time with views of the Sea of Japan and delicious local cuisine. もっとみる

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Accommodations in Fukui Prefecture offer a wide range of attractions, centered around Awara Onsen. There are award-winning hotels such as "Matsuya Chisen," "Grandia Yoshisen" with open-air baths in all rooms, and "Haiya," which utilizes tradition and local ingredients. At the "Mikuni Kanko Hotel," you can enjoy seasonal dishes with a view of the sea from your room. Each place has its own unique charm and offers a blissful moment in a space filled with Japanese atmosphere. もっとみる

Hotels Enjoyable for Families with Children

Hotels in Fukui Prefecture are safe and welcoming for families with children. At "Levage Akebono," which has the top-rated breakfast, you can enjoy over 60 side dishes and heal your daily fatigue in the sky-view bath. "Awara Onsen Seiryukaku" and "Uminpia" are equipped with Wi-Fi in all rooms, so even small children won't get bored. Additionally, "Seifuuso" is popular for its theater-style buffet and the largest garden open-air bath in Hokuriku. もっとみる

Hotels Famous for Hot Springs

Accommodations in Fukui Prefecture are attractive for their scenic views and hot springs. At Yumeguri Resort Awara Onsen Seiunkaku, you can spend a healing time enjoying a 360-degree panoramic view. At Awara's hidden inn, Yuraku YURAKU, you can relax in a private bath while enjoying delicious seafood. Additionally, at Wakasa Mikata Kirara Onsen Mizuki Hana, you can enjoy a luxurious holiday while overlooking the nature-rich Mikata Five Lakes. もっとみる

Local Cuisine in Fukui Prefecture

Fukui Prefecture's gourmet cuisine is abundant with blessings from the sea and mountains. From Tsuruga ramen, to pickled mackerel, to eel raised in the Mikata Five Lakes, to plump Wakasa blowfish, and Echizen crab, there is a wide variety of dishes to enjoy. Don't miss out on the steak made with locally produced Wakasa beef either. All of these form Fukui Prefecture's food culture and attract visitors. もっとみる
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