My husband and I went for a walk around Tokyo last Saturday. It was a good day for walking and we walked about 12000 steps.
First we took the Chuou line and got off 飯田橋（IIdabashi). We walked for about 10 minutes to 小石川後楽園（Koishikawa kourakuen） It is one of two surviving Edo period clan gardens and one of the oldest and best preserved parks in Tokyo.
We can see the Tokyo Dome attractions behind the park. I like the word "merge" , it means to combine or make two or more things combine to form a single thing The mordern attractions and the old park merged.
小石川後楽園（Koishikawa kourakuen） held Ume festival now.
I felt it was small festival.
Next, we walked to Kagurasaka 神楽坂. It was my first time to vist there.
Iwas able to go to the shrine, 赤坂神社.
The Shinto shrine also impressed me. New things and old things merge.
It rebuilt and the wall covered with glass.
We had a lunch at Asian Tawan restaurant. Lunch buffet, all-you-can-eat is 880 yen/ per person. The tom yam kung ramen which I ordered by addition was delicious.
Finally we went to Humantrust Cinema to see a Japanese movie" おとこの一生” in Shibuya. The theater was full of people.
I had to go up and down many stairs because we changed trains many times. I exhausted my energy but really enjoyed a day trip!