In the morning after the day we saw the night view, we strolled along a walkway in a residential section for about 15 minutes to a cafe.
The cafe is PADDLERS COFFEE, recommended by my nephew. It is in a residential street, and so you should be quiet if you have a meal or coffee at an outdoor terrace. The hot dog was very tasty!
A shopping street near PADDLERS COFFEE.
We headed for the “Jindai Botanical Park” by car.
After the car was parked, we walked in a woods in Musashino, which has been famous from long ago.
When going into the park, we saw roses in full bloom. A classical mini concert was also held. The roses and classical music created a very nice atmosphere.
Entering the glazed green house, there were various kinds of flowers and foliage.
Cactus and Foliage （Cacao on the left side of the bottom column, and blue flowers of Strongylodon macrobotrys on the right side.)
Insectivorous Plants and Aquatic Plants
We became hungry, and went to eat soba. The soba served there is famous “Jindaiji-soba.”
When we sat down, the sunlight shined filtering through trees.
On that day, it was fine and the sunshine was strong, but the humidity was low, so we could take a pleasant stroll.
Finally, I’d like to show you Mt. Fuji, which I saw from the Shinkansen. I always feel it is so attractive when I see it.