Sights in Fukui

Ichijōdani Asakura Family Historic Ruins

Ruins from the Sengoku Era excavated in their entirety with a restored castle town that cannot be missed

Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum

Fukui Prefecture, which has the nation’s largest number of dinosaur fossil digs, boasts Japan’s largest dinosaur museum

Tōjinbō

The huge column-shaped cliffs that spread out below are examples of world-class scenery

Echizen Ōno Castle

The castle in the sky that creates the mysterious fog floating in the mountain-surrounded basin is miraculous scenery

Eihei-ji Temple

The main temple of the Soto sect of Zen Buddhism standing on a deeply-forested cedar mountain

Maruoka Castle

An ancient castle for which only the keep remains, and during spring the 400 cherry trees blossom to make the scenery...

Heisen-ji Temple Hakusan Shrine

A serene Shinto precinct with the remains of structures from a once-enormous religious city which thrived in the Midd...

Mikatagoko

A group of 5 lakes with differing characteristics within beautiful nature. You can get a grand view from the observat...

Happiring

Plenty of wonderful Fukui products at Happiring in front of Fukui Station!

Yokokan Garden

An Edo Era manor built on the waterfront with a tranquil garden that is a place of scenic beauty

Fukui Castle Ruins

These castle ruins retain the old-fashioned atmosphere through the stone walls and the moat. The area is particularly...

Fukui City History Museum

A museum where you can learn about the history of the city of Fukui from ancient times to the postwar era