Because the city of Fukui was destroyed thoroughly twice, with the bombing by the American air force in 1945 and the big earthquake three years later, there are few historic buildings left.
However, after 70 years from the disasters, I may sometimes find a scene that makes feeling of history.
When I see the landscape where new buildings recently made and those old buildings coexist, I think this is so good because I'm relieved to see it.
An old-fashioned but neat wooden house standing against a new building of various administrative agencies in the center of the city.
"Happiring" a complex that is a symbol of the redevelopment around the Fukui Station, and "Shin-sakae Terrace" at a corner of Shin-sakae shopping street.
There are stores such as an Indonesian restaurant, a cafe, a cheese specialty store, etc. surrounding a square made by laying a wood deck in the space which was once a parking lot.
It seems like the street corners of a foreign country somewhere and I like that appearance of the stores reusing old buildings pretty much.