Fukui Prefecture, where the Wakasa district is located, is close to almost in the center of the Japan. Since ancient times, the Wakasa area has supported the city’s food culture by transporting abundant ingredients such as salt and seafood. In addition, it is the place where the sea road leading from the continent and the land road leading to the capital are connected. Ports, castle towns, and post towns have flourished along the highway in the history of traffic that has continued since ancient times. Since ancient times, fishing and agriculture have been the main industries around the Five Lakes of Mikata, but now the accommodation and hospitality industries, which make use of the scenic land, are also one of the important industries.