A large-scale complex facility with the concept of integrating cutting-edge industry and cultural industry.
Every year in late August, the parishioners of Anamori Inari-jinja Shrine in Ota City join the priests and their attendants to light handmade lanterns, asking Inari-sama, the god of rice, to grant their wishes.
From February 14th to March 1st, Ikegami Baien’s 370 plum blossom trees in peak bloom will be lit-up.
Come check out the OTA CITY RESIDENTS PLAZA on March 14th for various activities and workshops offering your the opportunity to experience firsthand authentic and traditional Japanese culture and performing arts.
Celebrating Ota's position as the “Gateway to Japan,” the International City Ota Festival (空フェス) annual event invites tourists to encounter a wealth of attractions, events and booths from all over the world. Held in view of Haneda Airport—the world’s third largest in passenger traffic volume—the festival showcases the strengths of Ota City and provides [...]
With one year to go until the Tokyo 2020 Olympic & Paralympic Games, Ota City will be commemorating the milestone.
This weekend (June 7th-9th) the annual Ota Expo will be held at Haneda Airport Domestic Terminal, operated by Japan Airport Terminal Co, Ltd.
The origins of Mizudome-no-Mai—whose name literally means, “Dance to stop the rain”—took place in the first centuries of the previous millennium.
A trio of children perform a Japanese lion dance to the music of flute and sasara (Japanese percussion instrument). This folk art dance, said to repel the evil spirits with the lion's energy, has been passed down over generations. Getting there 5 minutes' walk from "Rokugo-Dote" station on Keikyu Line More information [...]
Just one minute's walk from Tamagawa station lies Tamagawadai Park, which is famous for its vast hydrangea garden.