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Frequently asked questions
What is Kamata like?
Kamata is a neighborhood that travelers like for its cafés, temples, and festivals. Looking for sights you might find in a travel guide about Kamata? Consider a visit to Tokyo Bay while you’re in the neighborhood.
What's a favorite hotel to stay in Kamata?
How many hotels will I be able to find in the Kamata area?
If you’re searching for places to stay in Tokyo, Expedia has something to meet your needs with 171 Kamata hotels and other accommodations to choose from.
If I need to cancel my hotel reservation in Kamata, will I receive a refund?
Yes, the majority of room reservations are fully refundable as long as you cancel prior to the hotel’s cancellation deadline, which often is within 24-48 hours of your check-in date. If you have a reservation that’s non-refundable, you might be able to still cancel and get a refund within a 24-hour period of booking. Enter dates in and click on “Search”, then you can filter by “free cancellation” to view top deals in Kamata.
Where can I learn more about changing or cancelling my trip to Kamata?
What can I see and do in this Tokyo neighborhood?
Spend some time exploring the natural setting of Kamata with a visit to Tokyo Bay and Nishikamata Park. A visit to Kamata Hachiman Shrine is also worth the trip while you’re discovering the neighborhood. Ryushi Commemorative Museum of Art, Ikegami Honmonji Temple, and Rokugo Shrine are just a few of the places to visit in and around Kamata. Ikegami Baien Plum Tree Garden and Folk Museum of Ota Borough are also worth a visit when you’re out sightseeing in Tokyo.
How can I get around Kamata and the greater Tokyo area?
If you want to see some sights out of town, hop on a train. Keikyu Kamata Station is the closet train station, but Umeyashiki Station and Kamata Station are also close by.