Sightseeing Spot Spots in Fukui Area

  • Asuwa River Cherry Blossoms
    2 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Fukui Pref. Fukuishi Keya , Tsumono, Yuu, Akari Town
    This roughly 2,200 meter-long tunnel of pink flowers extends from Kidabashi Bridge to Shinakaribashi Bridge. In addition to old-growth Yoshino cherries, a great variety of other cherry blossoms have been planted here on the bank of the Asuwa River. Each year during the cherry blossom season, the trees are lit up at night for the Fukui Spring Festival held here. Visitors to the festival can enjoy the wondrous world created by the garden lantern style footlights.


  • Onyu Pass
    Travel / Tourism
    Shiga Takashima-shi Kutsugi
  • Oshozu
    Travel / Tourism
    Fukui Pref. Onoshi Izumichou
    Izumi no Oshozu has been spouting water and supporting life for over 600 years. It was discovered by farmers during the Sengoku period. Its water was so prized by locals that there were some who would only drink water from there. You may see some elderly folks carrying tea kettles and pumping up water even now. Approximately seven minutes by car via Tsuruga Interchange on the Hokuriku Expressway.
  • Ajimano Cherry Tree
    Travel / Tourism
    Fukui Echizen-shi Ikeizumicho 9-1 Echizen-shi Ajimano Elementary School Schoolyard
    A famous cherry tree in Ikeizumi-cho, Echizen City. The large Edohigan (double weeping rosebud) cherry tree is over 140 years old and is planted on the grounds of the Echizen City Ajimano Elementary School. The tree is illuminated at night when in bloom for evening flower viewings. It has been designated a Natural Monument of the city. Being located on school grounds there are restrictions for visiting including not being able to visit during class hours.
  • Bentenzakura Cherry Trees
    Travel / Tourism
    Fukui Katsuyama-shi Honmachi Tatekawacho
    A well-known location for viewing cherry trees along the Kuzuryu River in Katsuyama City. Along nearly 1.5 kilometers of the right bank of the river are planted 450 Yoshino cherry trees and when they bloom in the spring you can view the beautiful Hitomesenbon (Countless Cherry Blossoms in a Glance) scenery. During the flowering season they hold the Bentenzakura Festival.
  • njosui
    Travel / Tourism
    Fukui Obama-shi Ichibancho
    "A well in Unjo Park in Ichiban-cho, Obama City. From 30 meters below the spring water comes gushing forth at a temperature of around 13 degrees. The name comes from the other name for Obama Castle, Unpin Castle. It was chosen by the Ministry of the Environment as one of the ""Top 100 Heisei Famous Water"", and many locals visit it to fetch water. It is also used in Japanese confectionery shops and sake breweries."
  • Oshima Peninsula
    Travel / Tourism
    Fukui Oi-gun Oicho Oshima
    A peninsula on the west side of Obama Bay. It along with Uchitomi Peninsula on the opposite bank form Obama Bay. You can access the peninsula passing over Obama Bay by turning off of National Route 27 in Hongo, Ohi Town, Ohi County onto Prefectural Route 241 and crossing the Aoto no Ohashi Bridge. The Oshima Peninsula Niso-no-Mori custom is a ritual unique to the Oshima region that is still performed today and has been designated as one of Japan's Intangible Folk Cultural Properties that need measures such as documentation.
  • Kuzuryu Manbon Sakura
    Travel / Tourism
    Fukui Ono-shi Hakogase
    A location famous for its sakura cherry trees in Hakogase, Ono City. In 1971 haiku poet Yamaguchi Seishi, who was serving as head of the board of the Kuzuryu Manbon Sakura-kai (Kuzuryu 10,000 Sakura Tree Association), started the planting of cherry trees near Kuzuryu Lake, a dam lake along Kuzuryu River, with the goal of planting 10,000 cherry trees. This effort continues on through today. In spring the view of cherry blossoms interwoven with the blue of the lake makes for a beautiful sight to behold.
  • Tsuruga Peninsula
    Travel / Tourism
    Fukui Tsuruga-shi
    A peninsula located on the eastern side of Wakasa Bay. It contains the Wakasa Bay Quasi-National Park and the east side of the peninsula forms Tsuruga Bay. At the tip of the peninsula you'll find the Tateishi Cape Lighthouse, the second light house built off the Sea of Japan, while on the eastern side you'll find Irogahama beach which famous poet Mastuo Basho mentioned in his Oku no Hosomichi collection. Also, floating just offshore in the crystal-clear waters is the uninhabited Mizushima Island.
  • Awara Onsen Ashi Yu
    60 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Fukui Awara-shi Onsen


  • Saifukujino Sadajii
    10 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Fukui Pref. Tsurugashi Hara 13-7


  • Angel line Orikaeshichiten
    Travel / Tourism
    Fukui Pref. Obamashi Ugu
  • Asakurashiseki
    Travel / Tourism
    Fukui Pref. Fukuishi Kidonouchichou 10-48
  • Kasumigajo Park
    Travel / Tourism
    Fukui Sakai Marukacho Kasumicho 1-chome 59
  • Miko No Yamazakura
    Travel / Tourism
    Fukui Pref. Mikatakaminakagunwakasachou Miko
  • Obama Machi no Sta.
    Travel / Tourism
    Fukui Obama-shi Obamashirahige 111-1
  • Oimachijohokosatempo Taru
    1 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Fukui Pref. Oigunoichou Hongou 153-26-1


  • Kakyo Park
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Fukui Echizen-shi Awatabe 17-20
  • Machino Ichi ba kotte Trowel Ikeda
    Travel / Tourism
    Fukui Prefecture Imadate gun Ikeda Yabuta 4-1-1
  • Ikegami Himawari Park
    Travel / Tourism
    Fukui Sakai Mikunicho Ikegami 48

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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