from Kanazawa Sta. to Fukui Sta. by Train - 50 min.
by Bus - 30 min.
Daihonzan Eihei-ji Temple was opened in 1244. Its' grounds are dotted with more than 70 Buddhist sanctums.
from Eiheijiguchi Sta. to Fukui Sta. by Train - 25 min.
by Bus - 25 min.
Ichijodani Asakura Clan Ruins
The remains of the castle town ruled by Lord Asakura, a feudal lord in the Warring States period, and the only Warring States-era castle town remains in Japan. Visitors can stroll around the restored part of town wearing armor or a kimono.
on Foot - 25 min.
from Ichijodani Sta. to Fukui Sta. by Train - 20 min.
by Taxi - 15 min.
Once the second residence of the feudal lords of Fukui long ago. It's architecture and garden are considered valuable examples of famous gardens from the middle of the Edo era (1603-1868). The garden places highly each year in the Japanese Garden Rankings of the American Journal of Japanese Gardening.
by Taxi - 20 min.