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What's Ota Like?

There's a lot visitors like about Ota, especially its restaurants. You'll find a selection of cafés and shops in the neighborhood. While you're here, you can spend a relaxing day at Tokyo Port's Wild Bird Park and Nishikamata Park. There's plenty more to see, including Anamori Inari Shrine and Kamata Hachiman Shrine.

Where are the Best Places to Stay in Ota?

We have 329 accommodations in the neighborhood. Here are some of our travelers' favorite lodging options in Ota:

Nishitetsu Inn Kamata

3-star hotel
  • • Free WiFi • 24-hour front desk • Central location

Sotetsu Fresa Inn Tokyo-Kamata

3-star hotel with restaurant, bar
  • • Free WiFi • 24-hour front desk • Close to shopping


Comfortable guestrooms with soaking bathtubs
  • • Free WiFi • Free airport shuttle • 24-hour front desk • Central location

Haneda Excel Hotel Tokyu

3.5-star hotel with restaurant, bar
  • • Free WiFi • 24-hour front desk • Central location


City-center hotel with restaurant
  • • Free WiFi • Near public transportation

How to Get to Ota

Ota is located 7.8 mi (12.6 km) from the heart of Tokyo.

Flying to:

  • • Haneda Airport (HND), 2 mi (3.2 km) from Ota

Traveling to Ota by Train

You'll find the following train stations in the neighborhood:
  • • Anamoriinari Station
  • • Otorii Station
  • • Omorimachi Station

Getting to Ota on Metro

Stations in the neighborhood include:
  • • Seibijo Station
  • • Showajima Station
  • • Tenkubashi Station

Things to See and Do in and around Ota

What to See in Ota

  • • Anamori Inari Shrine
  • • Tokyo Port's Wild Bird Park
  • • Kamata Hachiman Shrine
  • • Nishikamata Park
  • • Rokugo Shrine

Things to Do in Ota

  • • Ryushi Commemorative Museum of Art
  • • Folk Museum of Ota Borough

Other Popular Ota Attractions

  • • Ikegami Honmonji Temple
  • • Ikegami Baien Plum Tree Garden
  • • Senzokuike Park
  • • Yukigaya Hachiman Shrine
  • • Tamagawa Sengen Shrine

When Is the Best Time to Visit Tokyo?

  • • Hottest months: August, July, September, June (average 75°F)
  • • Coldest months: January, February, December, March (average 45°F)
  • • Rainiest months: September, October, June, August (average 7 inches of rainfall)

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