Kamata Hachiman-jinja Shrine
If you’re passing by Ota City during your trip to Japan, be sure not to miss the Kamata Hachiman-jinja Shrine. Originally founded in 1600, the Kamata Hachiman-jinja Shrine is dedicated to Inari which is the Japanese god of foxes. Even though the shrines were partially burnt in 1945,...
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Enjoy different types of bath switched daily for male or female customers. Tenjinyu offers a black silica bath with negative ions and an infrared ray effect, an open-air bath, and an electric bath.
The founder of the "gyoza with wings," which refers to the shape of the gyoza, giving it a crispier texture compared to the standard ones. This delicious type of gyoza has become a specialty in the Kamata area. Other homemade Chinese dishes are served as well.
Unagi/Tempura restaurant since 1966, near Keikyu Kamata Station. Try their unagi and tempura dishes in a modern-Japanese atmosphere.
The Hidamari Cafe serves vegetable dishes without meat, egg, dairy products, or white sugar. Fish dishes are also available for those who are not vegetarian.
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
Tokyu Stay Kamata
Eight minutes from Haneda Airport by train, 15 minutes by car. Major destinations in Tokyo easily accessible.
Hotel Oriental Express Tokyo Kamata
Ota City’s Kamata neighborhood has been known for generations for its manufacturing. From factories and small workshops, craftsmans produce high-quality metal products, machinery, metal parts and provide high-level processing. The craftsmans here labor in a spirit of monozukuri. This p...
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