Style / Fashion Spots in Fukui Area

  • Wa Araiya
    Life / Living / Hospital
    Fukui Sakai-shi Marukacho Tomitamachi 1-4
    A shop specializing in kimono in Tomita-machi 1-Chome, Maruoka-cho, Sakai City. They developed the kimono brand ARAIYA KIMONO around the concept of 'Kimono Beauty in just Three Minutes'. They sell and rent kimono that are easy to wear including kimono with separate tops and bottoms and one-touch obi belts.
  • Tanaka Gankyo Honpo Sabae Branch Romando
    Fukui Sabae-shi Kamikobatacho 18-4-6
    A shop specializing in glasses in Kamikobata-cho, Sabae City. Sabae is known as a holy-ground for glasses, with market share of domestic frames surpassing 90%, and here they sell high quality glasses focusing on domestic producers. They also offer custom orders, where after selecting the frame material and having your face measured master craftsmen will make you a handmade pair of personal glasses.
  • Optic Store Glass Garden
    Fukui Sabae-shi Kaminakacho 2-907-1
    A glasses shop located along National Route 8 In Kaminaka-cho 2-Chome, Sabae City. Situated in Sabae, a prime producing area for eyewear with an over 90% market share on domestic frames, this glasses shop can offer great prices and an expansive lineup. They have a wide variety of glasses and sunglasses on display and for sale including everything from reasonably priced goods to luxury brands and imports.
  • Tanaka Gankyo
    Fukui Sabae-shi Shinmeicho 1-2-8
    A glasses shop located along National Route 417 in Shinmei-cho 1-Chome, Sabae City. They offer a wide variety of glasses, primarily offering local goods from Sabae, a prime producing area for eyewear with an over 90% market share on domestic frames. They also accept orders for custom made glasses allowing you to make your own original pair of glasses from a variety of materials.
  • Hacoa Direct Store Fukui Branch
    Style / Fashion
    Fukui Sabae-shi Nishibukurocho 503
    A general goods store in Nishibukuro-cho, Sabae City. They sell wooden constructed sundries from the Hacoa and +LUMBER brands which are made in the attached studio. In addition to their lineup of various wood sundries made following Scandinavian designs mixed with traditional Echizen Lacquerware techniques they also offer specialty goods you can't find in other stores.
  • Tanaka Gankyo Honpo
    Fukui Fukui-shi Nitsutazukacho 701-2N Fine City Building 1F
    A shop specializing in glasses. Fukui Prefecture is the top eyeglass producing area with a domestic market share of 90%. They offer a variety of carefully chosen high-quality domestic brands of eyeglasses. They can make proposals to match the individual characteristics of each customer. They also accept special orders and custom orders to sell eyeglasses that match a customer's personality, appearance, and lifestyle. They're also dedicated to post purchase after care.
  • WORKMAN Tsuruga
    Style / Fashion
    Fukui Tsuruga-shi Chuocho 2-chome 10-ban 30-go
  • WORKMAN Obama
    Style / Fashion
    Fukui Obama-shi Higashi Ichiba 1-3
  • WORKMAN Fukui Wada
    Style / Fashion
    Fukui Fukui-shi Wada 3-301
  • WORKMAN Fukui Bunkyo
    Style / Fashion
    Fukui Fukui-shi Bunkyo 6-chome 9-15
  • WORKMAN Fukui Oshima
    Style / Fashion
    Fukui Fukui-shi Oshimacho Kita Kura 204
  • WORKMAN Maruoka
    Style / Fashion
    Fukui Sakai Marukacho Asahi 1-chome 132-banchi 1
  • WORKMAN Takefu
    Style / Fashion
    Fukui Echizen-shi Honbocho 23-2
  • WORKMAN Sabae
    Style / Fashion
    Fukui Sabae-shi Shimokobatacho 23-10-1
  • WORKMAN Echizen'ono
    Style / Fashion
    Fukui Ono Minami Shinzaike 1-9-banchi
  • ABC-MART Across Plaza Tsuruga
    Style / Fashion
    Fukui Tsuruga-shi Kotakari 28-1-1
  • ABC-MART Apita Fukui Owada
    Style / Fashion
    Fukui Fukui-shi Owadacho 2-chome 1230-banchi 1F
  • ABC-MART Fukui Wakasugi
    Style / Fashion
    Fukui Fukui-shi Wakasugi 2-236
  • ABC-MART Sabae
    Style / Fashion
    Fukui Sabae-shi Miya-mae 2-chome 404-banchi
  • Shimamura Sabae
    Style / Fashion
    Fukui Sabae-shi Koguromachi 1-1106-1

Fukui Areas


Northeast of Kyoto, the ancient Tojinbo Cliffs separate Fukui prefecture from the Sea of Japan in a stretch of land well worth exploring. Water sports and seaside delicacies are available in abundance as the spectacular rugged coastline flattens down into beaches to the west of the prefecture, while inland, Fukui is home to Zen Buddhist temples and historic ruins.

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