The Ota City Tourist Information Center located at the Keihin Kyuko line "Keikyu Kamata" station will celebrate its 3rd anniversary on December 11th
Come on out to Ota City to try out the limited original rice bowls and visit the area associated with the legends of the Bakumatsu and Meiji Era, Saigo Takamori and Katsu Kaishu.
Ikegami Honmonji Oeshiki Festival is one of Tokyo’s most famous and memorable festivals, with a history dating back more than 730 years. The festival celebrates the anniversary of the death of famous Buddhist teacher and saint Nichiren. Oeshiki celebrations to honor Nichiren, founder of the Nichiren school of Buddhism, occur around Japan in mid-October, but the [...]
A festival organized by local parties including the government, council, companies, and shopping streets.
Don’t let the summer heat and humidity stand in your way of all the fun and excitement there is in and around Tokyo.
The annual Haneda Matsuri, or Haneda Festival, is held on the last week of July every year.
Summer in Japan is festival (matsuri) season, which means fireworks, dancing, street food, and plenty of colorful yukatas!
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 [...]
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.
Visitors can enjoy Haneda Festival by simply attending and watching, but if you join up with an experienced volunteer guide, you can capture the full experience.