- Fukui Prefecture's Information Website for International Visitors to Japan Now Has New Section Devoted to its 70-in-all Exclusive Experience Programs -
FUKUI, Japan, March 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Fukui Prefecture's information website for international visitors to Japan "Fukui Tourism Guide" (http://www.fuku-e.com/lang/english/) announced the launch of a new category, "Things To Do," to give more information about the experience programs available for overseas visitors to the prefecture.
The brand-new category features 70 programs in total, all unique to Fukui Prefecture and further divided in eight subcategories: "Traditional Culture & Festivals," "Traditional Arts & Crafts," "Food & Dining," "Nature," "Lifestyle Experience Program," "Agricultural, Forestry and Fishery Experience Program," "Sports" and "Others."
About Fukui Prefecture - "Zen, Alive. Fukui"
Fukui Prefecture sits almost at the center of the Sea of Japan side of the Japanese archipelago, and thanks to its beautiful nature and healthy food culture, it has prospered as the northern gateway to Kyoto.
There, the spirit of the "Zen" school of Buddhism is still alive and can be felt not only in the local lifestyle and culture but throughout the Prefecture: its beauty of nature as seen at the Tojinbo Cliffs or in the snowy Hakusan mountain range, its rich food culture including the "Echizen Gani" crab, the only type of crab presented to the Imperial Family, and its traditional arts and crafts such as Echizen Paper with more than 1,500 years of history, to name but a few.
Fukui Prefecture always welcomes you, and through its exclusive programs, you'll have an opportunity to experience the Zen spirit for yourself while discovering what it truly means to you!
Fukui Tourism Guide
Fukui Tourism Guide "Things To Do"
"Fukui Tourism Guide" also offers the following content:
"Zen, Alive. Fukui. Recommended articles"
"PLACES TO VISIT," "THINGS TO DO," "TOURIST ROUTES," "DELICIOUS FOOD,"
"SOUVENIRS," "STAY," "INFORMATION"