Ikegami Temple Town
The founding of Ikegami Honmonji in 1276 by the Buddhist monk and scholar Nichiren led to the growth of a small town in the surrounding environs to support the visitors of the temple. As Honmonji grew in popularity as a pilgrimage destination, the shops at the base of the complex began catering t...
Ikegami Honmonji Temple
The Ikegami Honmonji temple complex sits on a hill in central Ota City, a ten-minute stroll from Ikegami Station. The temple dates from the end of the 13th century, when famed Buddhist devotee Nichiren Shonin constructed the religious site at the request of local feudal lord and faithful fol...
Ikegami Honmonji Temple Market
A few times a year, the grounds surrounding the main gate to the Ikegami Honmonji temple complex play host to a small farmers’ market. At least a dozen vendors set up their tents at the base of the steep stairs that run up to the main hall, offering food and crafts from around the nation. ...
Located along the pathway to the Ikegami Honmonji Temple, Ikegami Ikedaya is a long-standing confectionery specializing in Kuzu-mochi (mochi cakes). Firm but chewy mochi tastes best with finely powdered soybeans and black honey syrup on top. Enjoy the simple taste of Kuzu-mochi that has been love...
Hanuman Ethnic Restaurant
The store sells asian style dishes that utilize lots of herbs and spices. They have various dishes from across asian, including Thai tom yam, Vietnamese pho, barbecue, as well as fluffy naan made by an expert. They also sell beer and other alcohol from a variety of asian countries. Since the dish...
Rengetsu is a cozy yet cutting-edge cafe located in the quaint “temple town” of Ikegami. Once a soba noodle shop for pilgrims of Ikegami Honmonji Temple, this 83-year-old Japanese house was lovingly renovated for its old charm. The wooden two-story house features a lofty dining spa...
Enjoy your stay in our clean and spacious rooms. During your stay we will show you some great nearby restaurants and hot springs.
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.
Urbain Tokyo Haneda Kamata
Convenient access from Haneda Airport and Shinagawa. Transport to Tokyo and Yokohama is easy. Reopened in summer 2013 after a renovation of the interior and guest rooms.
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