Route 1
At first, I arrived at Komagome station then I walked about 15 minutes from the station. After 15 minutes’ walk I arrived at the Kyūfurukawateien. The Kyūfurukawateien is a Japanese garden which was built on a hill about 100 years ago in a western architectural style. The garden is known as the viewing spot for rose and autumn leaves. This Japanese garden contains beautiful western architectures, where we can enjoy viewing rose and autumn leaves. In the elegant atmosphere, I could feel the various seasons of the garden along with having Japanese tea in the hall. The Kyūfurukawateien was designated as a landmark of the country in 2006. There is a tea room in the garden, where you can experience the Japanese tea ceremony and you can taste an authentic Matcha flavors tea. The watching time of tea ceremony is 30 to 50 minutes.

Route 2
About 10 minutes’ walk from the Kyūfurukawateien I arrived at Kaminakazato station.

Route 3
I took the JR Keihin Tohoku line then get off at Oji station and enter in the Asukayama Park from the south entrance. Asukayama Park was designated as the first park of Japan. The flowers are attractive when its blooming throughout the year. In the spring, the park becomes extremely gorgeous when about 600 cherry blossoms are in full bloom. Metropolitan trains and locomotives decorated at the children's plaza are popular among children.

Inside the park there is a paper museum, which is a unique paper museum specializing in the world's leading paper. There is a Kita-ku Asukayama museum where you can experience by observing the culture climate and the historical folklore of Kita-ward. As well as, there are three more museums can find which is Shibusawa Museum where it stores and displays materials of the life of Shibusawa Eiichi who built the foundation of modern economic society in Japan. That takes only 750 yen cost for the common ticket to visit those 3 mansions of museum. 3 hours has been recommended to visit the museums.

Route 4
As you come out from Asukayama Park, you can see the only streetcar of Tokyo. This is the sanctuary place for trains’ fans so the figures of people taking a train nearby can be seen often.

Route 5
After about 5 minutes walk we can arrive at Otonashi Water Park. Otonashi Water Park has been selected as one of the city park among hundred city parks in Japan. It is a beautiful park by imitating a natural river. Just above the garden, there has an arch-shaped Otonashi bridge that describes three elegant curves where we can enjoy cherry blossoms in the spring and autumn leaves in the fall. Even though, it is popular in spring and fall seasons, children can enjoy playing water when the summer comes up and more water start to flow.

The park has windmill, bridge, even rocks and small waterfall that is arranged roughly 100 meters flow and babble, which is coupled with the green of trees that surrounding it. It is small but quiet like a mountain stream. The water depth is about the knee of a child, but it is better to bring a swimsuit if you want to fully enjoy the water. Here, children and parents can enjoy playing water. I would like to recommend 20 minutes for play time.

Oji Inari Shrine will arrive after about 15 minutes’ walk from Otonashi Water Park. The Oji Inari Shrine was built before the Heian period and has a history of more than 1000 years. It is the head office of the Inari shrine in the Kanto region; the shrine has received an attachment and affection from the local residents. On the night of New Year's Eve, people wearing fox faces and costumes, gathered at the prince of shrine, queue up and visit Oji Inari shrine for the New Year' s visit. This is a magnificent event that is indispensable once a year.

Route 6
Returning to the Oji station, there are so many restaurants near the station, so we can enjoy a variety of delicious cuisines here.