Ota City Tourist Information Center
The Ota City Tourist Information Center is the perfect place to start your journey in Japan. We offer multilingual travel information, Ota City souvenirs, and experiences on Japanese culture. We provide multilingual maps, pamphlets, and travel information centered on Ota City and neighboring a...
Cherry Blossoms in Ota City
Between March and May each year is the season of Hanami, literally “flower viewing”. This is the tradition of visiting and admiring the beauty of seasonal flowers, namely cherry and plum blossoms. From casual picnics to fairly large parties, drinks and meals are enjoyed under the...
Beauty Salon Ascension
This beauty salon is recommended for guests with sensitive/allergic skin types. Ota City Kuroyu hair color is produced with natural water from the hot spring, which is a safe hair dye for dyeing grey hair. We highly recommend the patented vinegar-based shampoo at the spa. The owner has ...
Yildiz Turkish Restaurant and Bar
Located a short walk from Kamata Station east exit, sits a real “star” restaurant. Yildiz, meaning “star”, is an authentic Turkish restaurant and bar. The creator and owner, Kerem Kargi, is the son of a former embassy chef. His father opened a family run restaurant in Shin...
Bustling Kamata at Night
This neighborhood is an alluring area with unique shops. There are many delicious restaurants around Kamata Station and Keikyu Kamata Station, and the streets are full of office workers after work. There are more than 100 restaurants within a few minutes walking distance, so it’s ea...
Italian cuisine featuring seafood picked out by their Fish Meister Advisor at the market. Great selection of pasta and risotto using seafood.
Sotetsu Fresa Inn Tokyo Kamata
Located a three minutes walk from Kamata Station and seven minutes on foot from Keikyu Kamata Station, Sotetsu Fresa Tokyo Kamata can make a convenient hub for your business and leisure. It has good access to Haneda Airport and all rooms provide free Wi-Fi.
Business Inn Nagomi
Great access from Haneda Airport, Tokyo Station, and Yokohama Station. We serve fresh made bread for breakfast. Wi-Fi and VOD service, both free, are also available.
Business Hotel Oak-In 3
Great access from Haneda Airport and central Tokyo. We are offering the multilingual phone service, so non-Japanese speakers are always welcome. All rooms are equipped with Wi-Fi.
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