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KAMENOI HOTEL FUKUI, situated on the summit of Mt. Osagoe boasts incredible views. On clear days you can see the imposing figure of famous Mt. Haku far in the distance, and the beautiful night view of Fukui city once the sun sets. In the spacious restaurant with an open garden you can enjoy cuisine made with fresh seafood caught in the abundant natural aquatic environment of Wakasa Bay. The hotel offers a variety of guest rooms such as the calm spaces of Japanese-style rooms, functional Western-style rooms, and mixed Japanese and Western style rooms with Japanese elements of comfort and relaxation. The slightly alkalized artificial hot springs created by natural komeiseki ore in the bath alleviate mental and physical fatigue. Enjoy the view from the scenic bath as you relax.
There are many charming sightseeing spots in Fukui. Tojinbo, one of the most awe-inspiring scenic spots in the Hokuriku area, and a natural monument, is about 60 minutes away by car. Massive pillar-shaped rocks form a sheer cliff that stretches for nearly a kilometer, and peering over the precipice can cause your legs to buckle. The rough waves from the Sea of Japan crashing into the cliff wall is sure to leave an impression that will stick with you. Also, the Ichijodani Asakura Clan Ruins, which is a castle town of the Asakura clan that ruled the area during the Warring States Period, is a nearly perfectly preserved, precious historical site located about 40 minutes away by car. Along with Kinkakuji Temple in Kyoto and Itsukushima Jinja Shrine in Hiroshima, this is a popular sightseeing destination with a triple designation by the Japanese government (Important Cultural Property, Special Historical Site, and Special Place of Scenic Beauty).
About 40 minutes away by car you’ll find Daihonzan Eiheiji Temple, one of two main temples of the Soto school of Zen Buddhism. This temple was founded in 1244 by the Zen monk Dogen. This site was awarded two stars in the 2015 edition of the French travel guidebook, Michelin Green Guide Japan. It remains a revered Zen Buddhist temple with a solemn atmosphere where numerous monks engage in rigorous ascetic practices even today. About 60 minutes away by car you’ll find the Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum, one of Japan’s most prominent dinosaur fossil excavation sites. It is one of the largest museums in Japan with complete dinosaur skeletons on display collected from around the world, making it fun for visitors of all ages.
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