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 Fukui in central Japan, APA Hotel Katamachi is business hotel that makes up for its distance from the station by being comfortable..
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...