Best of Fukui- My Japanese University Life  |福井県旅行のベスト!- 日本で留学生の生活

Best of Fukui- My Japanese University Life  |福井県旅行のベスト!- 日本で留学生の生活


This time we went to one of Japans little
known places, Fukui Prefecture. Fukui is in the middle section of the main
island, right along the Japanese seaside. We started off by going to see Tojinbo cliffs. Tojimbo is right sea side, so theres an abundance
of fresh sea food here. So after walking through the nearby strip
it suddenly opens up into the cliffs. The sea side is super beautiful. You can also climb the rocks but its obviously
very dangerous. It’s a really beautiful and suprisingly calming
place. Next up we went to watari glass studio by
the sea to make our own glass wear. You can chose from a number of colors and
shapes to make. After deciding we got right into it. As you’ll see the pro helped me through all
the steps and pretty much did all the hard work. First the glass is heated and color is added. Then we rolled out it out to male it smooth
and blew air into the center. This narrow side will become the opening. This side is flattened so it will become the
bottom. Okay this part is a lot of fun so watch closely~ Next we had to widen the opening to make the mouth of the cup. Its starting to look better and better here. And here’s what the final product looks like. Finally, we visited Fukui ken’s famous temple,
Eiheiji. Eiheiji means eternal peace. The temple has a long tradition, being founded
over 700 hundred years ago. There are over 200 hundred priests training
here. And those were the highlights from my trip
to Fukui prefecture. I hope you enjoyed it

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