The happiest Prefecture Attractions of Fukui Grand Tojinbo and historic Ichijodani Japanese relaxation to enjoy the hot spring and seafoods
Fukui Prefecture is in the Hokuriku area, and faces to Wakasa Bay, the sea of Japan.
Its winter is very hard, and well known as the heavy snow area in Japan.
There is “Tojinbo” that is a national treasure and a beautiful place.
It is a heigh, the highest positions is 25 meters above, and it is quite dangerous because there is no fence.
However, there are the blue ocean and beautiful reefs under a heigh.
When you visit Fukui, it is necessary to see the marvelous view that natural shapes shine beautifully in clean air.
Tojinbo is too cold by the cold wind, so please make sure you will protect yourself against cold weather.
Also, it is necessary to see “Ichijodani Asakurashi Ruins”, that is 10km southeast of Fukui City.
It is the ruins of the castle town prospered in the Sengoku Period; samurai houses and temples are kept former looks.
Walking through the town with gates of samurai houses and mud walls, you will enjoy the atmosphere that you do the time slip.
At the end of a winter journey of Fukui, why don’t you stay at “Awara-Onsen Hot Spring”, that is in a popular hot spring village in Fukui, loved by a lot of literatures?
You can enjoy the luxurious time by the calm and warm tatami floored Japanese space and seasonable meals cooked from Fukui foods.
During the winter season, it is the best season for crabs, globefishes and sweet shrimps, so please enjoy seafoods caught in the sea of Japan.
Also, Fukui Prefecture is the happiest place in Japan that citizens feel happy.
Why don’t you experience happy feeling in the happiest prefecture of grand and historic rich nature, the Japanese atmosphere, and seasonable foods?
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