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There's heaps to discover in Fukui, a destination filled with unique sights, sounds and experiences.
Did you know 250,000 people reside in this part of Fukui? You're bound to have met a fair few of them by the time your trip is up!
Fukui is 200 miles west of the nation's capital, Tokyo, and 14 miles northwest of Imadate-gun.
It's not always easy to find fun activities that the entire family can enjoy. Luckily, attractions such as Shibamasa World Amusement Park, Aquatom and Wonderland Amusement Park mean this isn't an issue in Fukui.
Press your hand up against the glass and observe a range of underwater creatures as they float around the tanks at Echizen Matsushima Aquarium.
Walking around the well-kept gardens and floral exhibits at the Echizen Daffodil Village Park feels like drifting through a vibrant dreamland.
Feel like an alfresco lunch? Grab some snacks and take off to Tojinbo Cliffs or Yokokan Garden for a relaxing picnic. Asuwayama Park and Kitanosho Castle Park are also popular hangouts for both travellers and locals.
It's a good idea to pop in to Tsuruga Visitor Center or Echizen Tourist Information Center. Their helpful, expert staff can offer you tips and advice to squeeze the most out of your stay.
Watch in wonder as the waters of Ichijo Falls fall into the gurgling pool below.
Yashagaike Pond and Lake Kitagata are unbeatable places to head to if you're in the mood for some peace and quiet. Look for a seat by the water and appreciate the clean, fresh air.
If you're hoping to recharge those batteries, you'll uncover a range of nature reserves to explore. Start with a breath of fresh, clean air in the invigorating surroundings at Awara Hot Spring or Mizushima Island. For those who haven't yet fully recharged, Echizen Cape and Mikuni Seaside Natural Park are a couple more worth visiting.
Whether you want to discover something new or just relax in the peaceful surroundings, the Fukui Prefectural Museum of Cultural History and the Tsuruga Railway Museum ought to do the job. Remember to ask about special happenings! The Megane Museum and the Atagozaka Tea Ceremony Museum are also decent alternatives.
Science aficionados will be on cloud nine at the Angel Land Fukui, where a whole range of mind-boggling scientific artefacts and displays are just waiting to be examined.
These days you don't have to traverse the seven seas to experience the many wonders of the natural world. You can visit places like the Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum and the Fukui City Museum of Natural History instead, where an amazing variety of rare and exotic objects and specimens are on show all in the one spot.
With a striking assortment of artworks, an afternoon spent exploring the collections at the Fukui Museum of Fine Arts and the Fukui City Art Museum will leave you feeling invigorated and inspired.
Enjoy an eye-opening journey into yesteryear at the Fukui City History Museum and the Maruoka Museum of History and Folklore. Both attractions pride themselves on making the city's vivid history entertaining and relevant to audiences.
Get a glimpse into times gone by when you stop at Maruoka Castle and Fukui Castle Ruins. If that doesn't satisfy your inner history geek, head onward to Kehi Jingu Shrine and Ichijodani Asakura Clans Ruins.
Katsuyama Castle Museum appears as though it belongs in a book of myths and legends. Drop by and consider what it must've been like to spend a life in this majestic building. If you're hoping to see more, Echizen Ono Castle and Maruoka Onsen are also really impressive.
Travellers interested in the city's religious heritage shouldn't miss the Takidanji Temple and the Eiheiji Temple. You can also check if there are any tours available at the Echizen Daibutsu Temple and Hakusan Shrine.
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