The Tama River stretches from the foothills of Yamanashi Prefecture to the waters of Tokyo Bay in Ota City. The final section of the river, which marks the boundary between Ota and Kawasaki in Kanagawa Prefecture, is a tranquil path perfect for enjoying outdoor pursuits. Rent a bicycle and ride a...
Nishi-Rokugo Park (Tire Park)
Known as Tire Park, this park has beds of seasonal flowers at the entrance, as well as various equipment made with old tire rubber scattered around the grounds. The dinosaur-shaped tire creation, measuring 8m tall and 20m in length, is very popular with children. The attraction has even cap...
Zoshiki Shopping District
The Zoshiki Shopping District leads from Zoshiki Station through a workaday shitamachi neighborhood in southern Ota City. Though lined with local businesses, it’s perhaps best known by tourists as the promenade leading to the Tire Park (Nishi-Rokugo Park). This unique playground, ...
Fugu Izakaya Ota
Serving Japanese sake and dishes, specializing in fugu (blowfish) cuisine. Enjoy the cozy Japanese atmosphere in the evening.
Desserts that are closely tied to local features are popular. For example, “Kamata Onsen Manju” is named after Kuroyu (a natural hot spring in Kamata) and European style dessert “Umehime” symbolizes the plum flowers of Ota City. “Kamata Onsen Manju” has receive...
A very popular restaurant among locals, featuring gyoza with wings. Great variety of dishes available.
Toyoko INN Kamata No.1
Japan's biggest business hotel chain. Wi-Fi and free breakfast available. 18 minutes to Ginza and Yokohama. 40 minutes to Shibuya, Shinjuku, or Ueno.
Hotel MyStays Kamata
Just 10 minutes by train from Haneda Airport and Shinagawa. Our large beds will help you to enjoy a relaxing time at our hotel. Free Wi-Fi available. We offer free laundry service and rooms equipped with a small kitchen for long-term stay guests.
Nishitetsu Inn Kamata
Two minutes by foot from Kamata Station on the JR Keihin Tohoku Line, the Tokyu Ikegami Line, and the Tokyu Tamagawa Line. Takes a minimum of 35 minutes from Haneda Airport by Kamata Shuttle (Tokyu Bus). Has a separate bathroom and toilet on the window side.
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Experience real Japanese bathing culture by heading to one of the many sento bathhouses in Ota City, Tokyo. Shin Nomigawa-yu is a building-type sento located in a residential area. Millions of tourists visit Japan to bathe in an onsen but few dare to venture into the world of sento b...
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