Ota's Welcome Shops
Ota City's Welcome Shops are a community of stores and facilities that are going the extra to mile to support and serve foreign tourists during their trip through Ota City. If you come across this sticker outside a venue, you can rest assured you'll be warmly received and given a helping hand during your visit.
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)...
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Hotel Relief Premium Haneda Airport
Four minutes from Haneda Airport by express train Keikyu Airport Line. Convenient access to Haneda Airport as well as sightseeing destinations! A great location for professionals too!
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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)...
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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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Located adjacent to Metropolitan Subway Magome Station. Has convenient access to Shinjuku and Shibuya, and Asakusa as well as Oshiage can be reached without transfers. Also features a 24-hour restaurant...
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Hostel Omori Souko
The owner took a year to renovate the two buildings that their grandmother had built (70 and 50 years old, respectively). A guesthouse with a garage and a hammock where you can take it easy. Receive..
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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..
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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..
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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..
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AXAS STAY Ishikawa-dai
AXAS STAY Ishikawa-dai is an accommodation facility with a minimum stay of one week. All rooms are fully equipped with daily necessities such as laundry, washer / dryer, and more. Unlike staying in a..
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T Mark City Hotel Tokyo Omori
Based on a “New Japanese-Modern” design concept, this group of hotels is just arriving in Tokyo. It proposes opening 288 double, twin, and triple rooms. The front desk is organized to take care of..
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Sesame Shop Iitomo
Let's eat sesame because it's good for our health.
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Just steps from Anamoriinari Station on the Keikyu Line, the bright lights and colorful displays of Isozakiya beckon locals and visitors alike to taste the wonderful wagashi creations. The shop, which..
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Food & Drink
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.
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The second location of Eggcellent—a store specializing in egg-based cuisine—the first of which is in Roppongi. The hand-made egg tarts are very popular at Haneda Airport. If you are in Domestic Terminal..
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Book Café Utsuki: Haneda Pudding
The Haneda book cafe Utsuki is a great place to make a first stop at when on the way to the Anamori Inari Shrine, as it is right in front of the station where you will get off from the Keikyu- or Keikyu-Kuko..
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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..
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Vegetable Café Abura-age
Diners looking for a healthy meal in the Haneda area will be well-served by stopping in at Vegetable Café Abura-age. The spacious eatery, a short walk from Anamoriinari Station, has a menu that focuses..
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This restaurant uses no chemical seasonings in their ramen, so you can enjoy a traditional Japanese soup. The soup comes from chicken and fish, with no pork used, so people with dietary and religious..
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The most popular “Chinese style soup” takes its broth from seafood, tonkotsu (pork bone), and chicken. Free large serving upgrade.
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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.
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Soba is a traditional and popular Japanese dish, and Tsuemon uses buckwheat flour from Nagano Prefecture for a great quality soba.
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Kerala No Kaze Ⅱ
Food that already fits Japanese tastes without being modified. If you're expecting curry or ordinary Indian food (from northern India), you'll be disappointed. Not open at night, no parking lot. ..
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Seafood Gyosaiya Nakamura
The comfortable interior is made of plain wood, and the Japanese cuisine born from the head chef's blade has a taste only an expert well-versed in the proper ingredients can achieve. Enjoy this elite..
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Restaurant offering seasonal cuisine prepared using fresh fish of the day chosen with care at Tsukiji market, grilled on skewers at the restaurant. With various beers, sake rice wines, shochu spirits..
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Senryu offers the best seafood at a reasonable price. We try our best to introduce good things about fish to as many people as possible.
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Opened in 1962, Takasago Sushi offers traditional Edo-style sushi (Edo-mae sushi). The friendly owner’s motto is to make customers enjoy sushi, and the delicious sushi he cooks as well as his warm-hearted..
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Featuring conger eel served with an original sauce since its founding in 1956. In the evening, enjoy sashimi alongside other delicious appetizers with your drinks.
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A British tavern where even ladies will love to visit alone. Start off with a classic signature dish fish & chips crafted in a British Stone Family style and enjoy the cooking in a casual and relaxing..
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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..
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L’epi D’or Denenchofu
A pastry shop located on a quiet street in Denenchofu where beautiful ginko trees are aligned. The desserts here have received accolades during the past 40 years from locals for the high quality ingredients..
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Taiyaki Yuukichi Maru
The “Taiyaki San Kyoudai” (The 3 Taiyaki Brothers) is a popular dessert that uses plenty of homemade sweet red bean paste made from Hokkaido Azuki Beans. The Oldest Brother Taiyaki is 26 cm for 600..
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Their original wagashi (Japanese sweets) is based on Magome Bunshimura and is gaining popularity. The following sweets were created here and are handmade every day: Bunshimura Manju is made with strained..
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The classic Abekawa Mochi has been served to people that travel the old Tokaido Road since 1716. Enjoy the soft mochi with aromatic soybean flour and brown sugar syrup.
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Patisserie Petit Eden
The Omori Kaizuka Madeleine, which uses five Japanese ingredients (pumpkin, black sesame seeds, matcha, brown sugar, and honey) is popular for its moist texture and elegant sweetness.
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We serve age-pan (fried bread), which is originally from Ota City. We also serve a bobsled age-pan that was made to support the bobsled team in downtown, and nori cheese age-pan which showcases the..
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Maison de Petit Four
This store was opened in 1990 as the first store in Japan specialized in baked confectionery. We now serve a variety of products such as sweets, sugar confectionery, and chocolate. We specialize in the..
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We serve various side dishes that we cook from the heart, using dashi stock that takes one day to prepare. We do not use any artificial seasoning. Recently we celebrated 100 years of business.
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The store is located in the same place that Kawase Hasui created his famous artwork, “Moon at Magome”. The woodblock print is also displayed inside the store. In Shin Magomebashi, which is nearby,..
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The Nikudon Shop
We have an English menu. Campaign: Tell us that you saw Ota City’s official tourist website and we will serve you complimentary refills of rice and egg soup.
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A restaurant where you can fully enjoy sea eel tempura and other locally caught fish. Fresh ingredients are key to what makes the food taste great.
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There is a variety of cute and tasty cakes, including one with Mashmon, the store’s original mascot. For birthday cakes (whole cakes), please reserve at least three days in advance.
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Meat Shop Yuuki
Serves a homemade roasted pork fillet from brand-named pork known as the Gem of Ota. The roasted pork is cooked slowly for 3 hours and tastes good on Ramen, or for eating as you take a walk.
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Japanese Cuisine Wakyo
Japanese Cuisine Wakyo is located within 15 minutes' distance from Haneda Airport, either by train or taxi. It is the only authentic Japanese food restaurant in the area. Enjoy the carefully selected..
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Thirty-seven years since their opening, Bikkuri-tei has been serving home-made quality steak, appetizers, salad, seafood cuisine, western cuisine, and dessert. A selection of wine is also available. ..
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A shop owned and managed by Muhammad Yone, an active pro wrestler. Their specialties include food with juicy pork meat and tasty ramen with seafood and pork bone-based soup. They also serve various alcoholic..
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Hong Kong Cuisine - Lipstick
Enjoy some genuine Hong Kong cuisine from the Owner-Chef, Oh, who was the main chef at the Hong Kong Mandarin Oriental Hotel. A selection of over 50 Dim Sum dishes from 550 yen, and 150 high-end dis..
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Fugu Izakaya Ota
Serving Japanese sake and dishes, specializing in fugu (blowfish) cuisine. Enjoy the cozy Japanese atmosphere in the evening.
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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.
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Ume-Q has been serving kamameshi in Kamata since 1970. Kamameshi is rice cooked in a small pot, together with seasonings, vegetables, and meat.
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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..
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Dine on the famous Omi beef, fresh and perfectly safe to try raw. A great atmosphere comparable to a traditional Japanese house. A selection of Japanese sake and shochu is available, recommended by..
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Seafood based original Japanese cuisine izakaya. Serves the first-class longtooth grouper as well as fish that the owner captured himself. Great variety of shochu and sake as well.
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Serves the highest quality meat including Japanese branded beef. The kalbi (short-rib) plate, which includes 6 types of short ribs, and the “tongue plate”, which includes four types of beef tongue,..
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Italian cuisine featuring seafood picked out by their Fish Meister Advisor at the market. Great selection of pasta and risotto using seafood.
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Serves freshly fried tempura over the counter. Try fresh vegetables and seafood including prawns, clams, and seasonal fish.
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A very popular restaurant among locals, featuring gyoza with wings. Great variety of dishes available.
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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..
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Unagi/Tempura restaurant since 1966, near Keikyu Kamata Station. Try their unagi and tempura dishes in a modern-Japanese atmosphere.
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An established unagi restaurant since 1935. The unagi cooked with the secret sauce is exquisite.
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A famous tonkatsu restaurant – the only one in the Kanto region where you can try Akan pork from Hokkaido. Enjoy tonkatsu and hot pot dishes that use soft and juicy Akan pork. You can also enjoy making..
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Spa & Wellness
Sit back and relax in the hot spring while you enjoy watching carp and goldfish in an aquarium, and a great tile art of Mt. Fuji. We recommend the carbonated hot spring using one of the darkest black..
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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..
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Magma Spa Omori
A facility where you can lay down on lava rock from Mount Fuji, which is full of minerals and negative ions that warm your body from the core. Have a good sweat and experience beautifying effects, recovery..
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Natural Hot Springs Public Bath Kugahara-yu
A public bathhouse popular for its natural black hot spring water and highly concentrated carbonated water. Body soap and rinse-in shampoo (free of charge) are also available for use. Foreigners can get..
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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.
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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.
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Despite reports to the contrary, Japan’s bathhouse culture is alive and thriving. Ota City, the largest of Tokyo’s 23 wards, counts 45 bathhouses scattered amongst in various neighborhoods, many of ..
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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..
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We Know Quick Language Training & Information
For those requiring information regarding Japanese communication and living and traveling in Japan, English/Japanese bilingual advisers living in Japan long-term provide support through Skype. *For..
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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,..
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Showa no Kurashi Museum (Museum of Life in the Showa Era)
Tokyo may seem like all steel and skyscrapers, but a visit to the Museum of Life in the Showa Era will make you feel as if you’ve slipped back in time about 60 years. The Showa Period in Japan lasted..