Matsudo is located on the JR Joban Line. It is linked to Ueno station in Tokyo by rapid trains running at frequent intervals of 10 min or less. The ride from Ueno takes as little as 20 min (on some midday services, 15 min at a cost of ¥290.
Matsudo also serves as the terminating point on the Shin-Keisei Line, which runs to Tsudanuma (45 min, ¥250). If going to Matsudo from Narita airport, take a Narita Sky Access train and change at Shin-Kamagaya for the Shin-Keisei Line (65 min, ¥1,070). Limousine bus service runs from Narita airport to Matsudo, but it takes longer (2.25 hr) and costs more (¥1,900).
From Haneda airport, there are several ways you can reach Matsudo by train. One example is to take the Tokyo monorail to Hamamatsucho, then take the JR Yamanote Line to Ueno or Nippori, where you can pick up the Joban Line train to Matsudo (Approx. 75 min, ¥850).
Matsudo is a pretty small town and most places can be reached by foot. There aren't a lot of buses actually stopping inside Matsudo, but there are lots of taxis. Both buses and taxis can be found outside of Matsudo station.
Hondouji Temple, (JR Joban Line, Kitakogane station and a about a 10 min walk), ☎ 047-341-0405. 8AM-4.30PM. Approximately 10,000 Japanese hydrangeas and 5,000 Japanese iris called 'Ajisai' and 'Shoubu are in this temple. In June, a lot of pepole visit it and enjoy watching them. In autumn, the leaves turn red like fire. Red leaves are called 'Momiji' in Japan. A tour called the 'Ajisai tour' and 'Momiji tour' is available. It is open on New Year's Eve and you can ring a bell. It is called "Joya no Kane" In Joya no kane, people pray for happiness and health.edit
Tosenji Temple. Tosenji temple is near Kitakogane station, Joban line. It takes about 10 min to walk from the station. In the spring season there are a lot of cherry blossoms in the temple, the most beautiful cherry blossom is thought to be the 'Shidarezakura'. During the spring Japanese people go to see cherry blossoms and hold a party under the trees.edit
Good Smile Cafe (Manga cafe), K Building 1st floor 14-13 Matsudo, Matsudo City (Walk out from the west gate of Matsudo Station till you reach Nagareyama Highway and turn right. About 5th building on the left), ☎ +81 47 710-2319 (firstname.lastname@example.org), . Lunch hours are 11:30AM-2:30PM, open shop hours are M-Th 11AM-8:30PM, Fr-Sun: 11AM-9PM. Run by Good Smile Company, opened in August 2010. Eating there is a side event. The main attraction is the shelves of anime and manga figurines and nendoroids made by Good Smile Company. Photography in the cafe-store is OK.Lunch set costs ￥900. edit
J&F House DK Matsudo is the biggest guesthouse in Japan and has over 160 rooms. The room you get is very small and the toilets are shared by the whole floor. 4 floors, but no one lives on the bottom one. You have to stay there for at least 1 week, it being a guesthouse, not a hotel. ¥56500 per month. If you want to stay there you have to contact them before coming as it is a popular place.