In years past, one of the most important roads in Japan was the Old Tokaido, a 320-mile byway that linked the Imperial city of Kyoto with the shogun’s city of Edo (present-day Tokyo). While cars and rapid trains now run most of the route, you can still walk a portion of the historical highw...
Magma Spa Omori
A facility where you can lay down on lava rock from Mount Fuji, which is full of minerals and negative ions that warm your body from the core. Have a good sweat and experience beautifying effects, recovery from exhaustion, and relaxation.
Heiwajima Boat Races
Spice up your time in Tokyo with a day at the races… the boat races, that is. Ota City is home to one of Japan’s few boat racing stadiums, where groups of six boats at a time compete in a watery arena in a sport not unlike horse racing. The races in Ota City take place in a saltwa...
Patisserie Petit Eden
The Ohmori Kaizuka Madeleine, which uses five Japanese ingredients (Pumpkin, Black Sesame Seeds, Matcha, Brown Sugar, and Honey) is popular for its moist texture and elegant sweetness.
Senryu offers the best seafood at a reasonable price. We try our best to introduce good things about fish to as many people as possible.
Kerala No Kaze Ⅱ
Food that already fits Japanese tastes without being modified. If you're expecting curry or ordinary Indian food (from northern India), you'll be disappointed. Not open at night, no parking lot.
Omori Tokyu REI Hotel
A hotel directly linked to JR Omori Station with great access to central Tokyo as well as Yokohama.
T Mark City Hotel Tokyo Omori
Based on a “New Japanese-Modern” design concept, this group of hotels is just arriving in Tokyo. It proposes opening 288 double, twin, and triple rooms. The front desk is organized to take care of guests in many languages.
For those who would like to actually experience staying at a Japanese house, try Ota City certified private lodging. Stay in a non-tourist area, and try out some local shops and restaurants for a deeper understanding of Japan. Abide by the house rules and interact with your local neighbors f...
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