Discover things to see and do in Kamata as you venture to popular sights like Tokyo Bay.
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This major ward of Tokyo offers a variety of opportunities, from skyline views to trendy restaurants, to its large, peaceful park.
Step from Tokyo’s busiest train station into streets filled with endless shopping and dining options and the largest concentration of “love hotels” in the city.
You might take some time to check out the abundant dining options in Ueno. Spend some time visiting top spots like Ameya-Yokochō, and catch the metro at Keisei-Ueno Station or Ueno-okachimachi Station to see more of the area.
Named after a silver-coin mint, this district has a long association with affluence. Today it’s where you’ll find some of Japan’s most upmarket labels, restaurants and galleries.
This small area, located in Urayasu just outside of Tokyo, is best known as the gateway to Japan’s wildly popular Tokyo Disney Resort.
Spend some time visiting places like Tokyo Bay while getting to know Shinagawa, and be sure to check out the abundant dining options. You can hop aboard the metro at Osaki Station or Oi Keibajo Mae Station to see more of the area.