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Reviewed on 4 Mar 2020
Kamata is a neighbourhood that travellers like for its cafes, temples and rivers. Here you'll find plenty to visit, including Kamata Hachiman Shrine and Nishikamata Park. Kamata is a great base for exploring the greater Tokyo area, especially with so many hotels to choose from.
You’ll get to choose from several accommodation options in Kamata, and travellers enjoy these top picks:
Ryushi Museum, Folk Museum of Ota Borough and Shinagawa History Museum feature a variety of exhibits to explore while you're in Kamata. You could also plan a visit to Kamata Hachiman Shrine or Nishikamata Park when you're visiting the neighbourhood.
Plan a stop at Ikegami Honmonji Temple or Ikegami Baien Plum Tree Garden in Ikegami, a neighbourhood nearby.
If you'd like to get out and explore some more sights, hop on a train to explore the nearby area. Tokyo Keikyu Kamata Station is the closest train station, but Tokyo Umeyashiki Station and Tokyo Kamata Station are also close by.