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Matsuri Tsukuba

Matsuri Tsukuba is the science city's end of summer festival, August 25th and 26th. See massive nebuta floats, try local and international street food, hear traditional and modern music, and celebrate summer with Tsukuba people.

Tojo House and Garden

Tojo-tei House and Garden is a modestly sized, elegant shogun residence in Matsudo City. The garden design, with wide lawns and groves of trees is as unique in the Edo Period as it is today. Plum orchards, arbors, and a tea house make the estate photogenic in all seasons.

Hanata-en Garden

Hanata-en, a secret garden in Koshigaya City, is a classic Japanese strolling garden. Within the garden is a charming wooden bridge over a pond stocked with koi, a tea house that also does music and poetry events, and a full noh drama theater with regular performances.

Former Yoshida Residence

The Former Yoshida Residence and Historic Park, a designated national cultural property, preserves an Edo Period manor. The main house, with its thatched roof and the historic storehouses are situated in a garden and forest recognized for their scenic beauty.

Ninja Cafe Kunoichi

Ninja Cafe Kunoichi combines a ninja-themed cafe restaurant, serving traditional sweets, teas and meals with an authentic ninja experience. Learn about ninja culture, history and techniques with a real ninja master.

Shimizu Park

Shimizu Park in Noda City, situated on the grounds of Konjoin Temple, is famous for cherry blossom viewing and the biggest field athletics obstacle course in Japan. Visitors can view flowers, foliage and wildlife in any season.

Kounotori no Sato Stork Preserve

Oriental storks, extinct in Japan for 40 years, are making a comeback at a preserve outside of Tokyo. A breeding pair from Tama Zoo are parents to nine offspring released from a breeding facility in Noda City. An observation window and interpretation center explains the life of the birds, their habitat and the efforts to restore oriental storks to Japan's skies.

Lai Mai Thai Restaurant

Lai Mai Thai restaurant, a short walk from Omotesando Station, serves Thai street food in a vintage shop house. For lunch, Lai Mai serves three items of your choice for ¥1050 for eat in, ¥900 for take out. For dinner, a set menu and a la carte menus are available.

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