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Ota City – A Delight for All the Senses

Guide, News|

Discover a Hidden Side to Tokyo Ota city is packed with fun experiences, places and great food and, once you visit, you’ll meet great people too. If you want to imagine how you could spend your time in Ota city, then these 1-minute videos will give you some great ideas. Sensory Exploration If you want [...]

Souvenirs from Ota City

Guide, Shopping|

Ota City is considered one of Tokyo’s top manufacturing zones, with both modern products and traditional crafts created in the area’s workshops and factories.

The Omori Nori Walk

Events, Itinerary|

We will be holding a 10 kilometer walk event to the nori wholesale stores in the Umeyashiki and Omori areas.

Book Café Utsuki: Haneda Pudding

Café, Food|

The Haneda book cafe Utsuki is a great place to make a first stop at when on the way to the Anamori Inari Shrine, as it is right in front of the station where you will get off from the Keikyu- or Keikyu-Kuko line.

Ota Traditional Japanese Culture Festival

Events|

The “Ota Traditional Japanese Culture Festival,” with the theme of rediscovering the fun of traditional Japanese culture, will be held at the Ota-Kumin Hall “Aprico.”

Nishitetsu Inn Kamata

Hotel|

Two minutes by foot from Kamata Station on the JR Keihin Tohoku Line, the Tokyu Ikegami Line, and the Tokyu Tamagawa Line.

K-TRADE Kazusaya

Service|

Exchange US dollars, euros, Chinese yuan, Thai baht, Korean won, Hong Kong dollars, Philippine pesos, and UK pounds at a high rate.

Kanda Rihatsu-kan (Hair Salon Kanda)

Service|

Shaving women's faces with a traditional Japanese razor.

We Know quick language training & information

Service|

For those requiring information regarding Japanese communication and living and traveling in Japan, English/Japanese bilingual advisers living in Japan long-term provide support through Skype.

Magma Spa Omori

Service|

A facility where you can lay down on lava rock from Mount Fuji, which is full of minerals and negative ions that warm your body from the core.