By Geoff Day
A large local extensive park with a zoo and adventurous children play area.
By Amanda Ho
Fukui's Tojinbo Cliffs are truly fascinating. Jutting out into the Japan Sea, they are at once, both beautiful and tragic.
By Larry Knipfing
Eiheiji Temple in Fukui prefecture is one of two head temples of Sōtō Zen Buddhism in Japan and the main training monastery for monks.
By Takako Sakamoto
Sabae city and the surrounding region in Fukui Prefecture is home to the production of many traditional Japanese crafts such as lacquer ware, pottery, washi paper, kimono,
The small town of Wakasa Takahama in Fukui Prefecture is well worth a visit. Clear blue waters and white sandy beaches attract many crowdsl.
By Hana Joy
The Best of Winter in Fukui: Bringing warmth into the long cold winter days with food, festivals, and more.
By Austen McBain
In all seasons, one can enjoy the amazing coastline in Fukui's Wakasa Bay with a trip to Shiroyama Park.
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