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, ...
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...
A traditional onsen established in 1937. There are two baths containing kuroyu at different temperatures. Enjoy food, drink, and karaoke in the large hall on the second floor.
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...
Unagi/Tempura restaurant since 1966, near Keikyu Kamata Station. Try their unagi and tempura dishes in a modern-Japanese atmosphere.
Award-winning shio (salt) ramen, using soup made from fresh scallops in their shells. Rookie award for “Tokyo Ramen of the Year 2014” Shio ramen category.
Hotel Relief Premium Haneda
The "clean eating" breakfast focused on natural foods is popular. Fully equipped with free Wi-Fi and tablets in 6 languages. Free shuttle buses available (please reserve in advance when you check-in).
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.
The building is an Ota City-certified private residence apartment with easy access from Haneda Airport. Enjoy your trip to Japan as if you were living at home. We have 4 types of rooms with various floor plans. It is also ideal for groups traveling together
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