The track takes place in a Japanese-like garden with cherry blossom trees and grassy fields with sandy outside, littte pebbles and flower petals on the ground. There is a pond surrounded by mossy stones in the middle of the track. There's also a mossy monkey head totem near the bottom-left corner. It can be removed for $1000. There are some petals in it's mouth and some little rocks near it. Upon removal, an obstacle-removal Chinook will appear to pull it out. On the top lelf, there is a wooden rake (which is used to draw the path for the bloons to "visit"). The 2 paths cross together twice in a plus shape, both of them have 4 bends and they are near the pond. The map consists of 35 little pebbles (18 near the pond, with 4 of them are mossy, 4 next to the totem, 2 in the patch at the bottom, 6 under a cherry tree to the lelf and 5 on the sand to the right), a rake, 3 cherry blossom trees, a nice pond and 2 petals on the ground.
- Main article: Rake/Stratigies
Rake became slightly harder after version 2.0 by increasing the cost to remove the totem.
Totem cost increased from $350 to $1000.
- In the top left corner of the map, there seems to be a piece that is not used in the track with a rake.
- Along with Chutes, Adora's Temple, and Haunted, this might be the most difficult Intermediate Map in BTD6 because of its 2 short paths the bloons go on.