Natural beauty, history, culture, agriculture...introducing the vistas of our hometown, Fukui.

The 100 Hometown Views of Fukui


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【Entry Number 9】(Sakai City)

Harue Lily Village: A Rural Oasis

Yurim Harue, the symbol of Lily Village Park, takes its design from the flower itself and provides visitors with open space for events and gatherings amidst crop fields.

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【Entry Number 11】(Sakai City)

Takeda

Every year, the beauty of Takeda’s weeping cherry trees beckon over 60,000 tourists, who flock to its April cherry blossom festival and the sea of blossoms in which it takes place.

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【Entry Number 29】(Fukui city、Sakai city)

Sanribama’s Leek Blossoms

The dunes of Sanribama, located near Fukui City and Sakai City’s Mikuni-cho, are the result of sand deposits from the Kuzuryu River accumulated over time.

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【Entry Number 31】(Fukui City)

The Hundred Million Flowers of Cosmos Park

The Cosmos Park of Fukui City’s Miya no Shita district covers an area of approximately 17.5 hectares (the size of 10 Tokyo Domes) and boasts 100 million blossoms of the park’s featured flower. The site of cosmos swaying in the breeze grants visitors a soothing view and provides a relaxing locale.

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【Entry Number 47】(Sabae City)

Nishiyama Park

Nishiyama Park, a rest and recreation site for Sabae City residents, boasts 47,000 azalea blossoms and a place among Japan’s 100 Historical Parks. Originally built as Kyoyokei by the 7th lord of Sabae, Manabe Akikatsu, it was meant to be a space to be enjoyed by both he and the denizens of his domain.

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【Entry Number 58】(Echizen Town、Fukui City、Minamiechizen Town)

Echizen Narcissus

Winter at the Echizen Coast is colored by fields of the narcissus, which bloom from mid-December to the beginning of January. Awaji Island and the Boso Peninsula serve as one of the three places along the Japan Sea coast where the flower is cultivated, nestled between mountain and sea.

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【Entry Number 65】(Minamiechizen Town)

Nanjo Lotus Village

The Nanjo district of Minami Echizen-cho is the foremost site of lotus production and harvesting in all of Japan. From mid-July to mid-August, fields of lotus flowers spring to life as they come into bloom, dashing the landscape with the vivid colors of the flower’s petals.

Cultural Promotion Division
Promotion Department
Fukui Prefectural Government
Ote 3-17-1, Fukui City, Fukui Prefecture 910-8580 JAPAN
bunshin@pref.fukui.lg.jp

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