Spots in Shinagawa / Kamata / Haneda Area

  • Aqua Park Shinagawa
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    4.0
    821 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Minato-ku Takanawa 4-10-30 within Shinagawa Prince Hotel
    This aquarium and urban entertainment facility is located inside the Shinagawa Prince Hotel in Minato City, Tokyo. The aquarium’s main attraction are its dolphin performances held in a circular pool in the center of the facility; ticket holders can enjoy a stunning show which interweaves light and sound with the sleek acrobatics of the dolphins. The aquarium’s jungle-themed zone houses exhibits presenting freshwater fish and reptiles as well as the park’s popular capybaras. The facility is filled with other interesting attractions, including the fantastical jellyfish zone and a 20 meter long tunnel aquarium.

    GREAT experience. The Dolphin show is awesome. I will highly recommend this place to all parents with young kids. I believe they will love it.

  • Sengakuji
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    4.5
    629 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Minato-ku Takanawa 2-11-1
    This is a temple of the Soto sect known for containing the cemetery of Asano Naganori and the 47 Akoroshi (Akogishi) warriors famous for “Chushingura” the story of how they avenged the death of their master ending in their death. It is a temple built in 1612 by Tokugawa Ieyasu in outer Sakurada to mourn for Imagawa Yoshimoto. After being destroyed by fire the temple was moved to Takanawa, Minato City in Tokyo. On the grounds there is Ako Gishi's Memorial Hall, a memorial hall for the Akogishi Warriors and many artefacts are on display. Many people visit the temple in the spring and winter when a festival for the warriors is held.

    Just a few minutes from Takanawa Station is the Sengaku Temple, which is known as the last resting place of the 47 ronin that inspired many classic plays and modern movie adaptations. The temple...

  • Haneda Airport Domestic Passenger Terminal (Big Bird)
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Ota-ku Hanedakukou 3
    “Big Bird” is a general term that refers to both Terminals 1 and 2, which are terminals just for domestic flights at Tokyo International Airport (Haneda Airport) in Tokyo’s Ota City. Different airlines use different terminals, and Terminal 1 serves the JAL Group, Skymark, and Star Flyer’s Kita-Kyushu flights while Terminal 2 serves ANA, Air Do, Solaseed Air, and Star Flyer flights not heading to Kita-Kyushu. The interior of the terminals are complete commercial facilities based primarily around shopping and gourmet eateries, and there are also observation decks offering views of the runways and Tokyo Bay.
  • Ikegami Honmonji Temple
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    4.0
    289 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Ota-ku Ikegami 1-1-1
    This is the head temple of the Nichiren school of Buddhism which is located in Ota City, Tokyo and is known as the temple where Saint Nichiren passed away (his deathbed). After the death of saint Nichiren, the then lord of Musashi Province, Ikegami Munenaka donated the temple grounds. On the grounds, there are many cultural assets of national importance such as the Ikegami Honmonji five-storied pagoda and a wooden seated statue of the Saint Nichiren. There are many Tangible Cultural Properties existing within Tokyo. A commemoration of the death of Saint Nichiren held on the 10th, 11th, 12th and 13th of October every year to commemorate his death which occurred on the 13th—the “Oeshiki ceremony”—is celebrated at many places throughout the country but the most prestigious festival is conducted here on the evening of the 12th when some 300,000 people gather to visit the shrine. The highlight is the “Mando” (Buddhist lantern festival) rite in which about 3,000 people carry sacred lanterns decorated with cherry blossoms, called the “Mando neri kuyo” or Buddhist lantern procession. The nearest station to the temple is Ikegami Station.

    The temple and its surrounding are located neatly and orderly. Locals visit this place, and i hardly see any tourists there. Good if you like to enjoy a place where it is away from the crowds...

  • Haneda Airport International Terminal
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Ota-ku Hanedakukou 2-6-5
    This terminal located in Tokyo’s Ota City is just for international flights arriving to and departing from Tokyo International Airport (Haneda Airport). This airport is used by many tourists as an entrance to the metropolis of Tokyo. The arrival lobby is on the second floor while the departure lobby is on the third floor. Inside the building are various facilities such as a foreign exchange booth, a luggage storage service, a clinic, and a kids’ corner, as well as a complete assortment of shops and restaurants. Edo Ko-ji on the fourth floor is a commercial area that replicates the townscape of the Edo period, while the fifth floor is occupied by popular character shops. Visitors can take in the dramatic sight of airplanes landing and taking off from the free observation deck.
  • Jonanjima Seaside Park
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    4.5
    239 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Ota-ku Jounanjima 4-2-2
    A beachfront park facing Tokyo Bay located in the Jonanjima area of Ota City. The park has a camping ground, barbecue area, and skate park and is a favorite leisure spot of people of all ages, particularly families. The park is also located close to Haneda Airport as well as Tokyo Bay, and many boat and aviation fans come here to get close and watch the large ships ply the bay and the planes fly overhead.

    Small, not well kept park by the sea. No transport to and from. Plenty of toilets but nothing much else!

  • Tokyo City Keiba TCK (Oi Racetrack)
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    4.0
    133 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Shinagawa-ku Katsushima 2-1-2
    This racetrack in the Katsushima district of Tokyo’s Shinagawa City opened in 1950 and is known by its nickname, Tokyo City Keiba (TCK). In addition to various big prize races, dirt course races, and international races, from spring until autumn it hosts “Twilight Race” night races. It also has a full-scale buffet restaurant that allows patrons to enjoy a meal while viewing the illumination, events or races, making it a popular amusement facility that serves as a date spot.

    We came on 12th Nov for Christmas light show but only found out it will be start on 16th. So we just looking around and watch the horse race. This is my first time watching live horse race, very...

  • TOC Gotanda Messe
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    3.5
    63 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Shinagawa-ku Nishigotanda 7-22-17
    A shopping mall standing along Daini-Keihin in Nishigotanda, Shinagawa City. TOC stands for Tokyo Oroshiuri Center (Tokyo Wholesale Center). Fashionable clothing stores, restaurants, showrooms, and a variety of other tenants occupy the facility's three below ground floors and 13 above ground floors. There are also halls on floor 13 and B1, and the neighboring TOC Gotanda Messe facility can be used for exhibitions, sales conventions, and large group tests.

    ファッションメーカーのバーゲンセールに出かけた。 五反田駅の西口から無料のシャトルバスが出ている。 会場に直行したので、他のテナント、フロアーについては分からない。 バーゲンそのものは、思ったよりも商品が少ない気がした。

  • T.Y. Harbor
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    4.0
    531 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Shinagawa-ku Higashishinagawa 2-1-3
    T.Y. Harbor is a restaurant adjacent to a brewery along the Tennozu Canal. Its spacious, open interior is a remodeled warehouse. The terrace seating at the water’s edge evokes an elegant, American-style atmosphere. In addition to freshly brewed beer from the adjacent brewery, the restaurant offers soup and salad sets and vegetarian dishes at lunch during the week, while the weekend lunch menu adds burgers, pastas and pizza. The evening menu offers appetizers, pizza, and meat and fish main courses.

    Good food. Great service. Good drink options. When the weather is good, sit outside. Had the steak that came with potatoes and mushrooms. Cooked nicely and great flavor. Would go back again.

  • Shinagawa Aquarium
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Shinagawa-ku Katsushima 3-2-1 Shinagawa ward park
    This is an “ocean and river” themed aquarium deeply tied to Shinagawa City, located in “Shinagawa Kumin Park” in Shinagawa City, Tokyo. The aquarium exhibits familiar fish and underwater creatures in a tank reproducing the nature along the stream of the rivers that flow into Tokyo Bay, the tidal flats and the sea of Tokyo Bay. In a tunnel tank with a total length of 22 meters, you can enjoy “a walk” in the ocean surrounded by 900 fish. Don't miss the performances at the stadium, including a comical sea lion show and a powerful dolphin show. The nearest station is Omorikaigan Station.
  • Koyasan Tokyo Betsuin Temple
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    4.0
    49 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Minato-ku Takanawa 3-15-18
    A Buddhist temple located at 3 Chome Takanawa, Minato City, Tokyo. The temple was originally built in 1673 as the Koyasan Edo Zaibansho Kouya-ji temple. In 1927 the temple was designated a branch temple (betsuin) of the Kongobu-ji Temple, the head temple of Shingon Buddhism. Today, the temple is also popularly known as the Takanawa Musubi Daishi.

    Located on the opposite corner to the Takanawa Fire Department Building and behind the Takanawa Police Station you will find this large and impressive temple.Worth a look.This is a branch of a large...

  • Tokyo Port Wild Bird Park
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    4.0
    42 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Ota-ku Tokai 3-1
    This metropolitan wild bird park is located a 15-minute walk from the Tokyo Monorail's Ryutsu Center Station, and is surrounded by the Wangan Road and the Metropolitan Expressway. This park was established because many wild birds came to the grasslands and ponds created during reclamation of the Tokyo Bay. Around 120 species including waterbirds such as sandpipers, plovers and ducks, small birds and goshawks visit every year, and 227 species of wild birds have been spotted since the park opened. The 36-hectare site is a precious habitat for wild birds in Tokyo bustling with wild birds and waterside creatures.

    Im still pretty new to birding, but this was in a pretty convenient location and seemed friendly to anyone with a passing interest. Its a bit smaller than some of the other places that Ive heard...

  • Nikon Museum
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    4.5
    50 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Minato-ku Konan 2-15-3 Shinagawa Intercity C Building 2F
    A corporate museum opened by the camera and optical equipment manufacturer Nikon to commemorate its 100th anniversary. Featuring displays on Nikon's history, products, and technologies, it's located on the 2nd floor of Shinagawa Intercity Tower C where the company has its head office. Popular with photography first timers, the Lens Laboratory lets you experiment with focusing and shutter speed. There are about 500 items on display, including lenses and cameras ranging from the company's first commercially available camera, the Nikon Model I, to DSLR models.

    A must for anybody who is into the Nikon brand and visits Tokyo. Not easy to find - check the previous comments - but once up, you will see every body and every lens ever made, as well as great...

  • Haneda Chronogate Visitor Tour
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    4.5
    42 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Ota-ku Hanedaasahicho 11-1
    This is the cutting-edge general distribution terminal of the Yamato Group, known as the Kuroneko Yamato no Takkyubin parcel service. Located near the expressways to the main cities, and Haneda Airport, Tokyo Bay and Tokyo Cargo Terminal Station, this distribution center is the key that enables the speedy transportation network of the Yamato Group. The standard tour of the facility takes 90 minutes and is open to the public. (Reservations required) One can learn the basic history and structure of the Yamato Group distribution system, and watch how the home delivered parcels are sorted and even observe, through a glass window, the central management center personnel at work. This tour also introduces some of the other value-added services that the Yamato Group offers. The closes station to this site is the Anamoriinari Station.

    I have visited this company as part a program of scholarship internacional. Haneda (Yamato Holdings) is the huge company of delivery door to door in Japan, same as UPS, USmail in Japan. I was...

  • Togoshi Ginza Onsen
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    3.5
    52 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Tokyo Shinagawa-ku Togoshi 2-1-6
    This hot spring bathhouse was renovated with the aim of becoming a 21st century bathing style. It features blackish yellow water. It is said to be a beauty bath, with a high pH of 8.6 and a reputation of removing old calluses and making skin smooth. The water type is a sodium-hydrocarbonate saline cold mineral spring, and it is believed to be effective for nerve and muscle pain, sensitivity to cold, and to aid recovery from fatigue. The background picture of Mt. Fuji, symbolizing Japanese public baths, was a joint project between contemporary artists and public bath specialists. Many overseas tourists also come to see this.

    I am American and have heard about Onsens and wanted to try one. I have tattoos so it was hard to find a place that would allow me. You go to the vending machine and get a ticket. Go up the stairs...

  • Kamata Onsen
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    4.0
    52 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Tokyo Ota-ku Kamatahoncho 2-23-2
    "This public bathhouse was established in 1937 and is located in Ota Ward, Tokyo. The waters of the bathhouse' sodium hydrogen carbonate spring and chloride mineral spring are black and thus the facility is also known as the ""black bathhouse."" The bathhouse abundant array of facilities include high and low temperature baths, a jet bath, electric bath, bath heated from below, and sauna. The bathhouse provides shampoo, body soap, and dryers. There is a large lounge on the second floor with karaoke and food, and here customers can forget the everyday and experience a carefree hot spring journey."

    Train went a different way then planned and this was the nearest onsen to where we ended up. Great little spot. Cheap, black water which was an adventure. Recommend

  • Honsen-ji Temple
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    4.0
    55 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Shinagawa-ku Minamishinagawa 3-5-17
    A Buddhist temple believed to have been founded in the Daido period (806-810). The temple is famous for its beautiful large bell, a nationally designated Art Treasure. The temple is also known to many for the festival it holds which includes a fire walking ceremony. The temple's principal object of worship is a figure of Kannon.

    different from others we saw during our travels through asia. very peaceful surrounding gardens. would recommend.

  • Tennozu Galaxy Theater
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Shinagawa-ku Higashishinagawa 2-3-16
    This is a theater located in Sea Fort Square, about one minute from Tennozu Isle Station on the Tokyo Monorail line. The horseshoe-shaped hall has a three-level seating construction accommodating a total of 746 seats, and the stage is extremely close to the audience seating with a maximum distance of 20 meters, allowing for an extremely close view such that guests can feel the sound and vibrations of the stage action in their skin. It features a variety of programs that primarily involve dramas and musicals but also include music and dance. There are also box seats on the second floor which allow friends and families to relax together. There is also an on-site café and bar which serves up original drinks in collaboration with the program.
  • Hebikubo Shrine (Kamishinmei Tenso Shrine)
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    4.0
    22 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Shinagawa-ku Futaba 4-4-12
    "This old temple built in the Kamakura period (1185-1333) is also known as Hebikubo Shrine. Also known as ""The White Snake of Tokyo,"" it has the sun goddess Amaterasu Omikami as its main enshrined deity. This is due to the story of a white snake that had once settled in a pond and appeared in a dream begging to be returned to its original home. This led to the establishment of Bentensha Shrine, where the white snake is enshrined. Shrines dedicated to dragon gods and white snakes are said to be ""mi ga tatsu"" (written using the characters for snake and dragon, but pronounced the same as the expression for ""standing up""), and are reputed to be places to pray for success in life. Other sacred virtues of this Tokyo power spot include warding off disaster and inviting good luck, prosperity in business, safety of one's family and physical health."

    東急大井町線の中延駅は、上神明天祖神社(蛇窪神社)にやって参りました。 「白蛇」は、いにしえより金運の使い(らしい)です。そんな、よこしまな気持ちを抱きつつお参りに伺いました。先ずは、木製の鳥居をくぐると、本殿までは真っ直ぐの石造りの参道がのびておりまする。本殿にお参り済ませ、右手にある白蛇をイメージさせる白い敷石の曲がりくねった参道を進みますと右手に「撫で白蛇」なる白い蛇の像があります。せっかく...

  • Huanying Main Restaurant
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    4.0
    182 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Ota-ku Kamata 5-13-26 Ota Ward Lifestyle Center 1F
    A renowned Chinese restaurant located in Kamata. The restaurant's signature dish is its jiaozi (gyoza/pot stickers), which are served crispy and stuck together fresh from the pan. The shop's bright red logo, a jiaozi dumpling taking flight on its crispy wings, is affixed to the glass entrance door. The shop's jiaozi are very flavorful and require no extra dipping sauce. Due to the restaurant's popularity, it is frequently featured on television and in magazines. In addition to jiaozi, Huanying puts great effort into its other menu options, and diners can enjoy delicious, authentic Chinese cuisine here at reasonable prices.

    Ok, we happened to be staying at Kamata area (pit-stop before Haneda airport) and TAs reviews led us to this restaurant. Personally, I would not want my last meal in Japan to be this eatery. Did I...

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