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The stormy and rough Sea of Japan, abundant land rich in rivers, mountains clad in green forests… Crammed full of beautiful Japanese nature, Fukui City depicts scenes of all four seasons.


Asuwa River Cherry Tree Row

A two-kilometer row of cherry trees along the banks of the Asuwa River. Included the list of Japan's Top 100 Cherry Blossom Spots, these trees create an amazing tunnel of cherry blossoms in spring.


Rape Blossoms Road

It stretches for 2.5 kilometers along the Asuwa River Bank, and there is a period when it is illuminated at night.



Hydrangea (Ajisai) Road

Its popularity as the city flower is well-known. Ajisai Road on Mt. Asuwa boasts 15,000 blooming hydrangea bushes.



Echizen Coast

The coastline of Echizen-Kaga Quasi-National Park is famous for its oddly-shaped rocks and bold cliffs formed by rough waves of the Japan Sea. The fish tossed about by wild waves of the Japan Sea is a must-try.


Ichijo Waterfall

A waterfall with an awesome string of water dropped from the height of 12 meters in the upstream of the Ichijodani River that runs through the Asakura Clan Ruins. It is famous as a place where legendary swordsman Sasaki Kojiro performed his training.


Miyanoshita Cosmos Garden

Over a 10-hectare site with about one hundred million blooming cosmos.



Sea Foam

It is a natural winter phenomenon of white foam made by rough waves of the Japan Sea hitting the rocks. Foam swirling up by the wind in a dance is a fantastic show worth seeing.

水仙 Daffodil 

The Echizen Seacoast is one of the three major places in Japan where daffodils grow gregariously. From winter to early spring,  fragrant and pretty daffodils color the Echizen Coast.



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