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The Omori Nori Walk
Event - Mid-March

The Omori Nori Walk

We will be holding a 10-kilometer walk event to the nori wholesale stores in the Umeyashiki and Omori areas. “Nori” is a type of dried seaweed known and loved throughout Japan as an ingredient in many foods, such as hand-rolled sushi and tsukudani. In recent years, it has been the center of much..

Senrokuya
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Senrokuya

A refined cafe, connecting locals with other folks.  The appeal of this shop combines the warmth of people with a timeless, beloved local flavor. Senrokuya is nestled just around the corner from Umeyashiki Station on the Keikyu Main Line, on the Umemori Platform. It opened in April 2014 and is a..

Kanda Rihatsu-kan (Hair Salon Kanda)
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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 barbers   Campaign: Face mask provided.

Ota Folk Museum
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Ota Folk Museum

The Ota City Folk Museum offers a host of exhibits related to the physical and cultural history of Ota City. On the ground floor, take a journey back in time to the early traces of settlement in the area, with pottery shards and other recovered artifacts. A floor map details the location and role of..

Tonkatsu Tatsumi
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Tonkatsu Tatsumi

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 your own deep-fried skewers by dipping the pork into the fryers installed into the tables. (Reservation..

Bikkuri-tei
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Bikkuri-tei

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.  

Haneda Excel Hotel Tokyu
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Haneda Excel Hotel Tokyu

Direct access from the departure lobby of Haneda Airport Terminal 2. LAN network and Wi-Fi equipped in all rooms. Our restaurant offering Japanese and Western cuisines are open from 5:00AM to 1:00AM.

Discover the real Japan: Visit Ota Event at Haneda Airport
Event - Mid-February

Discover the real Japan: Visit Ota Event at Haneda Airport

Did you know that Haneda Airport is located in Ota City? Ota City has over 140 distinctive shopping streets and is the largest public bath area in Tokyo with 39 public baths, known as Sento. You can also enjoy the rich Japanese culture that was carefully handed down by the locals. The Ota City Tou..

Seafood Gyosaiya Nakamura
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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 experience.    

MIYAKO
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MIYAKO

The most popular dish is an extravagant "Tiramisu you'll want to eat again" handmade by the chef, who studied authentic Italian cooking at a well-known restaurant in Rome. It is made using 100% high-quality fresh cheese on top of the Italian-brand Galvani (no additives), imported from Italy by plane...

Katsu Kaishu Memorial Museum
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Katsu Kaishu Memorial Museum

The Katsu Kaishu Memorial Museum opened near Senzokuike Pond in Ota City in September 2019. Who was Katsu Kaishu? Katsu Kaishu’s life spanned the turbulent years that saw the end of the Edo Era and Japan’s metamorphosis from a feudal society into a modern nation during the Meiji Restoration...

Hostel Omori Souko
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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 a hand towel with the logo as a present.

Showa no Kurashi Museum (Museum of Life in the Showa Era)
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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 from 1926 to 1989, and this small but carefully curated museum, housed in both an old wooden building..