The Kamata area is a district of Ota Ward in the southeast of Tokyo. Although Kamata is not largely known, even by many local Tokyoites, it is a place where you can experience the old soul of the city.
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.
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 [...]
One of Japan’s most striking seasons is autumn, where the maple leaves turn deep red and the ginko leaves shine bright gold.
The Haneda Shrine dates back more than 800 years to the Kamakura Period and these days with its proximity to Haneda International Airport, many visitors to the shrine go to pray for air travel safety.
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.
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.
Discover a Hidden Side to Tokyo Ota city is packed with fun experiences, places and great food and, once you visit, you’ll meet great people too. If you want to imagine how you could spend your time in Ota city, then these 1-minute videos will give you some great ideas. Sensory Exploration If you want [...]
Ota City is considered one of Tokyo’s top manufacturing zones, with both modern products and traditional crafts created in the area’s workshops and factories.