The Omiya Bonsai Art Museum is the world's first publicly-run Bonsai Museum that aims to promote the culture of bonsai.
The Railway Museum in Saitama covers the history of Japanese trains, including the Shinkansen and freight trains.
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「芝樱之丘」占地约17,600㎡，位于羊山公园南侧的一角、种植了9种类40万株以上的芝樱，到了4、5月份芝樱开花季节，山丘一带被芝樱覆盖，犹如给大地披上了春日盛装。有意按照各种颜色配色栽种的鲜花，色彩丰富而不俗气，从上往下看呈现整片的芝樱呈现心形，简直就像一幅拼布做成的地毯。 **交通方式** - 秩父铁道在“御花畑站”下车后徒步约30分
Metropolitan Area Underground Discharge Channel is the world's largest underground water infrastructure project, it's also a popular tourist attraction.
Located between Hon-Kawagoe Station and the Warehouse District. The Taisho-styled architecture adds character to the walk towards the Kurazukuri.
This is a beer brewery founded in 1875. Four brewery buildings offer dining and shopping attractions.
Hybrid Leisure Land Tobu Zoo
Hybrid Leisure Land Tobu Zoo is devided into three areas: a theme park with rollercoasters called Pleasure Land, a water park with slides, waves and more called Super Pool (only open in the summer), and a zoo.
Saitama Risona Bank
The Western-style building was constructed in 1918. The building still serves as a bank and is a registered tangible cultural property.
Kawagoe Festival Museum
This museum displays various materials and actual floats that were used for the Kawagoe Festival.
This is a Shinto shrine in Saitama, surrounded by a large park in which there are many cherry blossom trees, a zoo and a museum.
Located in less than 40 minutes northwest of Ikebukuro Station, Kawagoe Aquatic Park centres around a whopping great ship that protrudes from the middle of the main pool.