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- Kurazukuri townscape and time bell area
- Kawagoe Castle Honmaru Palace / Kawagoe Hikawa Shrine
- Along the Tobu Line (excluding Kawagoe Station and Kawagoeshi Station)
- City (other areas)
- Female travel
- For couples
- Famous architecture
- Know the history
- Enjoy nature
- Classic and royal road
Kawagoekan Ruins Historical Park
The Kawagoekan site is the site of the residence of Mr. Kawagoe, a samurai who was one of the most powerful samurai in Musashi Province from the Heian period to the Northern and Southern Dynasties.Kawagoe
Kawagoe Water Park
Kawagoe Aquatic Park is a prefectural park located on the right bank of the Iruma River, 2 km west of the city.There is a lawn open space and a walking path
Kawagoe Sports Park
Kawagoe Sports Park is a park that combines facilities such as an athletic field, a general gymnasium, tennis courts, and a free plaza.Municipal system
Aina Water Park
Aina Water Park is one of the parks with a very large area of about 18 hectares among the parks using the riverbed.
Oisezuka Park is a park that retains a part of the wooded area that is representative of Musashino.In the "Shukei Pond" that spreads out in the center of the park
Isanuma is located in the eastern part of Kawagoe City and is the largest natural swamp in Saitama Prefecture.Promenades and parks are maintained on the west bank
Isanuma Park has an adventure forest (field athletics), a plaza, an outdoor stage, and a pond that are popular with children.
At the site of the former Kawagoe Castle Honmaru, there are many historic sites such as the Honmaru Palace, and it also serves as a sightseeing course along with the adjacent museums and art galleries.
Former Yamazaki family villa
It was built in 13 as a retreat for Mr. Kashichi Yamazaki, the fifth generation of Kawagoe's long-established confectionery shop "Uya".