Spreading the charms of Japan to the world from Fukui



Snowy morning in the vicinity of Fukui Castle Ruins


Life in Fukui

Since the weather report said it was going to be a heavy snow, I left a car at home this morning and went to work by train. So I walked from the Fukui station to the building of Bhutan Museum (here we have an office) through the side of Fukui Castle. Because of a surprisingly good weather, I felt like a comfortable morning walk. However after that the snow came again.

Snowy morning in Fukui begins with a scenery of snow shoveling. A camera person was shooting it.


Students walking on the frozen snowy road are used to walking on such a surface.


Some ducks floated in the moat.


The most recent change in the scenery of Fukui Castle's site is that this Yamazato-guchi-gomon gate was restored.


Pine trees are protected by ropes against snow in the central park. The dark part in the lower right is not a road but a pond.


Snow is also a great enemy for coin parking lots.