Based on previous research of the evaluation method of cultural ecosystem service (CES), this study examined a trial evaluation method grasping the multi-functionality of CES provided by urban parks located in the suburb of Tokyo metropolis. This method was focusing the relative importance of the multi-functionality by selecting the most valuable and the second valuable functions with the mail-back questionnaire survey. Result showed the importance of some function affected by the socio-demographic attributes of users and their attitude of CES. The similarities and differences of mutual relationships among functions were observed in these parks. Also, these relationships were affected by the socio-demographic attributes of users and their attitude of CES. There supposed to be a need to establish an indicator characterizing the supply function of CES of the park as well as to a multi-tiered evaluation method according to the proximity to the park. In order to understand the dynamics of changes among factors affecting CES evaluation, an evaluation method that include the relationship between supplier and receiver of CES should be developed.