Fukui | Travel Guide
While Fukui prefecture on the western coast of Japan’s main island might not be a typical destination for international tourists, it has plenty to offer in terms of nature and history. Fans of dinosaurs are not going to want to miss this part of Japan, as the dinosaur museum is amazing. In this travel guide, you can read what else there is to do in Fukui!
There are rugged cliffs in Tojinbo, an old castle in Sakai, and historic ruins on the edge of Fukui City. The region’s seafood is also very popular, and Echizen Gani is a wintertime crab that you have to taste when you are there. Eihei-ji temple is located deep in the cider forest and still many monks are there for training.