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Ota City

Discover the most authentic Japanese culture

About Ota City
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Things to do in Ota City

Upcoming Ota City Events

Mizudome-no-mai

Mizudome-no-mai

Mid Jul

Mizudome-no-mai is a traditional spiritual event that is known to “stop rain”, which has been around for about 680 years.

3 Free
Haneda Matsuri

Haneda Matsuri

Late Jul

The annual Haneda Matsuri, or Haneda Festival, is held on the last week of July every year.

Free
Kojiya Awa Dance

Kojiya Awa Dance

Early Aug

The Kojiya Awa Odori is held along the town’s shotengai (shopping street) where roughly 600 spectators join – lined up 10 rows..

1 Free

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Where to eat in Ota City

Setagaya Ramen

Setagaya Ramen

Tom Roseveare

Setagaya Ramen (らーめん せたが屋) represents the last chance for frequent flyers to check into a ramen joint before the depar..

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Ariso Sushi

Ariso Sushi

Ignatius Koh

Ariso Sushi is a restaurant at Haneda Airport's International Terminal. It serves fresh sushi made from natural ingredients..

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Places to stay in Ota City

Oakhouse Kamata 260

Oakhouse Kamata 260

R.S. Reynolds

Oakhouse Kamata 260 is a 260-room sharehouse located just a 4-min walk from Zoshiki Stn and a 15-min train ride from both Haneda..

Latest Ota City Reports

No Passengers at Haneda?

No Passengers at Haneda?

Sleiman Azizi

Haneda Airport is one of the world's busiest airports. The current world health concerns have seen a dramatic decrease in visitors..

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About Ota City

To the southeast of Tokyo lies a fascinating city – Ota. Surrounded by Tokyo Bay and the Tama River, Ota is a city rich in culture, full of historical sites as well as stunning natural views. Ota is also where one of the major international airports in Tokyo, Haneda Airport, is located.

Its perfect location has not only gained its reputation as a convenient city, but turned it into the home to tons of busy shopping streets and high-technology companies. Among Tokyo’s 23 wards, Ota is known as the special ward of Tokyo with a bustling, historic yet trendy vibe. Walking around this city will instantly immerse you into the unique Japanese history and traditional culture.

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