Cycling in Ota City

Bike Share For those visiting Ota City for sightseeing, I would recommend taking advantage of a bike share service, which is affordable and convenient to get around this lovely city. There are 12 bike stations across Ota-ku, and there is one just a 3 minute walk from Ota City Tourist Information Center. You can rent and [...]

Take a Bath with Godzilla

A public bathhouse in Tokyo's Ota ward is playing host to an offbeat collaboration with the movie Shin Godzilla (Godzilla Resurgence). The Dai-Ni Hinode-Yu bathhouse, which draws water from the area's unusual black hot spring, now features a landscape mural of Godzilla created by Mizuki Tanaka, Japan's only female bathhouse mural artist. Taking a bath [...]

Haginaka Park

Haginaka Park offers great fun for the young, the old, the active ones, and the ones who prefer a peaceful place. The park offers a diverse variety of statues, fountains, grass areas, a swimming pool with a waterslide, a baseball field with seats for spectators, and some equipment for working out. For children, there is [...]

Kamata Onsen

A traditional onsen established in 1937. There are two baths containing kuroyu at different temperatures. Enjoy food, drink, and karaoke in the large hall on the second floor. Getting there 10 min walk from Keikyu Kamata Station on the Keikyu Line. More information 2-23-2, Kamata-honcho, Ota Ward 10:00-25:00 [...]