Exchange US dollars, Euros, Chinese yuan, Thai baht, Korean won, Hong Kong dollars, Philippine pesos, and UK pounds at a high rate. (Currencies not listed above are also available for exchange). Campaign Those who exchange more than 50,000 yen will receive a bus ticket for access betwee...
Kanda Rihatsu-kan (Hair Salon Kanda)
Shaving women’s faces with a traditional Japanese razor. For those not used to shaving the peach fuzz on women’s faces, this may feel strange, but please experience this Japanese custom. Run by female barbers Campaign Face mask provided.
Studio Hougaku Academy
Channel your inner percussionist and try your hand at a taiko (Japanese drumming) class at Kamata’s Studio Hougaku Academy. The academy offers a range of class levels, from beginner to advanced, all of which are taught by professional taiko players. The academy even welcomes children ove...
Grilled fresh chicken from Mount Tsukuba using the best quality hard charcoal from Wakayama Prefecture. Sit back and enjoy a meal in the welcoming atmosphere.
A cozy restaurant where you can eat Japanese cuisine at a reasonable price. Quality chicken and beef from Fukushima Prefecture. Vegetables sourced from Kamakura and seafood freshly picked at Ota market each morning. Received a commendation in the OTA Ichioshi Gourmet 2016.
An established unagi restaurant since 1935. The unagi cooked with the secret sauce is exquisite.
Enjoy your stay in our clean and spacious rooms. During your stay we will show you some great nearby restaurants and hot springs.
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.
Red Roof Inn Kamata/Haneda Tokyo
All rooms offer free Wi-Fi access with a complimentary bottle of mineral water for each guest. 24-hour complimentary drinks (coffee/tea/Japanese tea) are available. We have a number of multilingual staff to accommodate foreign guests.
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Japanese Confectionery Daikoku-ya
Wagashi (Japanese sweets) that allow you to enjoy the four seasons of Japan with your eyes and experience them through taste. Please be sure to visit.
We serve “Agepan” (fried bread), which is originally from Ota City. We also serve “Bobsled Agepan” that was made to support the bobsled team in downtown, and “Nori Cheese Agepan” which showcases the seaweed from Ota City. Customers can eat them right there as t...