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|Address||In Katsuyama Kyoryu-no-mori, 51-11 , Murokocho Terao, Katsuyama City|
|Business hours||9:00-17:00 (Last admission: 16:30)|
|Access||Walk for 5 min. from JR Fukui Sta. to Echizen Railway Fukui Sta. Ride Echizen Railway for 53 min. and get off at Katsuyama Sta. Then ride a Community bus for 12 min. and get off at Kyoryu Hakubutsukan bus stop. It's a short walk from the bus stop to Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum.|
|Closed||2nd and 4th Wed., from Dec. 29 to Jan. 2, and some temporary closings|
|Fee||Adult: ¥720 (extra fee for special exhibition)|
Head temple of the Soto sect founded by Zen monk Dogen, assembling monks entering priesthood from all over the country. It assembles many features worthy of appreciation such as corridors scattered with delicate engravings and painted ceilings.
This garden used to be the second home of the Matsudaira Clan, the ruling feudal lords of Fukui. The strolling garden with a central pond and the Sukiya-zukuri style buildings around it are worth seeing. It is one of the gardens representative of the mid-Edo Period and, being a superb garden with a present layout which has remained unchanged from the original drawings, it was designated as one of the country's places of scenic beauty.
The Tojinbo wall of rocks consisting of pyroxene andesite columnar joints stretches across continously for more than 1 km. Visitors can get on a pleasure cruise and admire rocks with characteristic peculiar shapes such as the beehive rock, the lion rock or the candle rock.