Fukui is located in the northwest of Central Japan, bordered to the west by Kyoto. The rocky coastline along the Sea of Japan is eroded by the waves, which are known as Tojinbo. It has a great number of historical spots: Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum with over a thousand of exhibits of fossil specimens of dinosaurs and Echizen Ono Castle floating the sea of cloud. Eiheiji Temple, one the headquarters of Zen temples all around Japan, has been worshipped since 1244. You can also enjoy freshest seafood like crabs caught in the Sea of Japan.


13 Best Things to Do in Fukui


3 Days Itinerary on the Hokuriku Route
Discover the Hokuriku Area More than Kanazawa