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Overview of Fukui
Located along the coast of the Sea of Japan, Fukui prefecture is one of Japan’s least populated prefectures. It is known for its beaches along the Echizen coastline during the summer and its ragged coastlines of rock formations throughout the year. Much of the prefecture’s land area is dedicated to national parks and popular attractions include the Soto Zen temple, Eiheiji, a training monastery home to around 200 practicing monks, and the Fukui Dinosaur Museum which houses dinosaur fossils.
Climate in Fukui
Annual temperature is roughly between 2°C (37°F) and 27°C (81°F). December expects the highest precipitation (about 360mm) while January is the snowiest month (about 110cm). July to September are the hottest months (about 26°C or 80°F), and January, February and December are the coldest months (about 2°C or 37°F).
You can get more climate information with the following charts created by processing the weather observation data for the past 10 years. Please note that this is not a weather forecast. For more information about the data please read this page.
Weather SummaryOf the 2nd week of Aug, 10-year average
Hourly TemperatureOf the 2nd week of Aug, 10-year average
Hourly Wind SpeedOf the 2nd week of Aug, 10-year average
Hourly Sunshine DurationOf the 2nd week of Aug, 10-year average
Top 10 Fine Weather Days of Aug10-year average.
Monthly Weather10-year average
Monthly Precipitation and Temperature10-year average
Monthly Wind Speed10-year average
The following clothes are recommended for visiting Fukui in the 2nd week of Aug.