Held annually in early February (typically on the 3rd), Setsubun is a custom that marks the official start of spring according to the Japanese lunar calendar.
The Kamata area in Tokyo, close to Haneda Airport, is a popular for gyoza, with many well-known restaurants, making it hard to choose.
In the calm, early morning darkness, many Japanese wait to see the sunrise. It is January 1st, and it is the first sunrise of the year. Praying to the first sunrise of the year for health and happiness is just one of the interesting traditions of the Japanese New Year, the Shōgatsu. This important holiday [...]
Seven Lucky Gods in Japan are believed to bring fortune and happiness, and its origins date back to early 15th century.
Spring is one of the best times to visit Japan, and in Ota City, there are a number of places to view plum trees and cherry blossoms that will be in bloom.
Haneda Airport International Passenger Terminal is located just 14 km south of Tokyo Station and is one of two international airports serving the capital.
The Tokyu Ikegami Line services 15 stations between Gotanda and Kamata, 10 of which are located in the diverse and attractive, yet often less frequented, Ota-ku.
Did you know that Haneda Airport is located in Ota City? Ota City has over 140 distinctive shopping streets and is the largest public bath area in Tokyo with 39 public baths, known as Sento. You can also enjoy the rich Japanese culture that was carefully handed down by the locals. The Ota City Tourism [...]
Ota City, a lesser-known area situated in the southeast of Japan’s capital, is home to a number of highly photogenic historical shrines and temples, lush nature, and some rather unusual streets.
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.