Daianzenji temple (大安禅寺) was built by the 4th lord of Fukui Han, Matsudaira Mitsumichi, in 1658 as a family temple of Fukui Matsudaira Clan.
At Daian-zenji Temple, beautiful irises in full bloom welcomed me. There was soothing music in the air, coming from a Chinese ..
In addition to the soothing atmosphere, beautiful nature, and delicious foods, at Auberge Fujii Fermier you can enjoy a variety..
Auberge Fujii Fermier is located in a small village close to the Echizen seashore in Fukui Prefecture, Japan
Every Fukuian knows the "Warabi Group", a well-known restaurant chain, and "Mekara Uroko" (Eye-opener) their newest, opened about..
'Kaika-Tei sou・an', the annex of the old and established Japanese restaurant 'Kaika-Tei' in Fukui. This annex..
Japanese Kappo Cuisine 'Take' in Fukui is famous for its fresh seafood, serving only natural blowfish (not farmed). Its..
Fukui Castle is a flatland-style castle located in what is now the city of Fukui, Fukui Prefecture, Japan. During the Edo period, it was the headqua..
Yokokan Garden (養浩館庭園, Yōkōkan Teien) is a traditional Japanese garden established in the Edo period (1603 - 1868). The Yokokan villa inside th..
Fujishima Shrine is a Shinto shrine located in the city of Fukui, Japan. In the former Modern system of ranked Shinto Shrines, it was a special shrine...