Ota Ward

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November 30, 2021

Ota Ward (Japanese: 大田区) is a special ward in Tokyo, Japan. With a total area of ​​59.46 km², it is the largest of the special districts. The center of Ota Ward is located around Kamata Station and Keikyu Kamata Station, where the Ota Ward Office and Ota Post Office are located.

History

Ota Ward was established on March 15, 1947 by the merger of Omori Ward and Kamata Ward. Tokyo International Airport, which started with the establishment of Haneda Airport in Haneda Town in 1931, is now the main domestic airport in the Japanese metropolitan area. It became the Haneda Army Airfield under the control of the United States Army. In the same year, Allied forces ordered the expansion of the airport and expelled surrounding residents. After the Allied occupation ended, the United States returned part of the facility to Japan in 1952, and the return was completed in 1958. Ota's Haneda Airport was used as a major international airport for transportation in Tokyo during the 1964 Tokyo Olympics, and is expected to be used as two major gateways along with Chiba Prefecture's Narita International Airport for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

Geography

It is located at the southern end of the 23rd ward. It borders Shinagawa-ku, Meguro-ku, and Setagaya-ku to the north, and Koto-ku to the east. The Tama River forms the southern and western borders with Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture.

Economy

The headquarters of All Nippon Airways affiliates Air Japan, Air Nippon Network, Alps Electric Corporation, Canon, Ikegami Tsushinki, Namco, Sega, Skymark Airlines and Tokyo Inn are located in Ota Ward.

Education

Toho University Japan Institute of Technology Japan Institute of Technology

Transportation

Road

National highway No. 1 Route 15 National Route 131 National Route 357

Rail

Keihin Express Railway Main Line: Heiwajima Station - Omorimachi Station - Umeyashiki Station - Keikyu Kamata Station - Joshiki Station - Rokugo Embankment Station Airport Line: Keikyu Kamata Station - Kojiya Station - Otorii Station - Anamori Inari Station - Tenkubashi Station - Haneda Airport Station Tokyo Express Train Toyoko Line: Denenchofu Station - Tamagawa Station Tokyu Tamagawa Line: Tamagawa Station - Numabe Station - Unoki Station - Shimomaruko Station - Musashinitta Station - Yaguchinowatashi Station - Kamata Station Meguro Line: Okayama Station - (Station 1) - Denenchofu Station Oimachi Line: Kitasenzoku Station - Okayama Station Ikegami Line: Nagahara Station - Senzokumo Station - Ishikawadai Station - Yukigaya Otsuka Station - Ontakesan Station - Kuhara Station - Chidoricho Station - Ikegami Station - Hasunuma Station - Kamata Station Tokyo Metropolitan Transportation Bureau Tokyo Metropolitan Transportation Bureau Subway Asakusa Line: Nishimagome - Magome - (Shinagawa Ward) Tokyo Monorail Tokyo Monorail Haneda Line: Distribution Center Station - Showajima Station - Maintenance Station - Tenkubashi Station - New Maintenance Station - Haneda Airport Building 1 Station - Haneda Airport Building 2 Station East Japan Railway Company Keihin Tohoku Line (Tokaido Main Line): Omori Station - Kamata Station

Airport

Tokyo International Airport

Fiction

Drama

train man

Manga/Anime

Panic School (ja) Still the town goes back

Main Characters

Suzuki Honami

External Links

(Japanese) Official website

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