We serve "Agepan" (fried bread), which is originally from Ota Ward. We also serve "Bobsled Agepan" that was made to support the bobsled team in downtown, and "Nori Cheese Agepan" which showcases the seaweed from Ota Ward. Customers can eat them right there as they are being cooked. Getting there 10-minute [...]
We serve various side dishes that we cook from the heart, using dashi stock that takes one day to prepare. We do not use any artificial seasoning. Recently we celebrated 100 years of business. Getting there 5-minutes walk from "Umeyashiki" station on Keikyu Line More information [...]
The Ohmori Kaizuka Madeleine, which uses five Japanese ingredients (Pumpkin, Black Sesame Seeds, Matcha, Brown Sugar, and Honey) is popular for its moist texture and elegant sweetness. Getting there 8-minute walk from JR Keihin Tohoku Line Omori Station 7 minutes on foot from Omori Kaigan station on Keikyu Line More [...]
Japanese Cuisine Wakyo is located within 15 minutes distance from Haneda Airport, either by train or taxi. It is the only authentic Japanese food restaurant in the area. Enjoy the carefully selected ingredients from Tsukiji Market along with Japanese Sake and Wine. Price range: Lunch 6,000 Yen - 8,000 Yen, Dinner 10,000 Yen - 15,000 [...]
Tokyo is a vast metropolis, with endless modern entertainment and excitement. There is so much going on that it can be hard to decide what to do. If you’re stuck for ideas on how to spend your day in the city, then look no further than Ota City Tourist Information Center.
The Shunsho-no- Hibiki Concert was started in 1995 in order to commemorate the completion of the Iketsukihashi Bridge, a triple-arched bridge built on the west bank of Senzokuike Pond, and featured a performance from the great fue master Sanzaemon Takara, a Living National Treasure. At the end of March this year, the bridge finished undergoing its first reconstruction [...]
Witness the highlights of our international terminal and experience historic Edo period through the beautiful lanes, alleys, and Haneda Nihonbashi bridge with our tour guide.
Springtime is arguably Japan’s most beautiful season, with the weeks between late March and early April marked by the blooming of Japan’s famous cherry blossoms. Sakura season, while a stunning time to be in Japan, also brings with it significant crowds, all desperate to enjoy the fleeting beauty of the pink-petaled flowers. While Tokyo boasts [...]