Ota (a prime area) ward serves as the headquarters of a number of corporations. It also hosts the Tokyo Haneda International Airport.
The Denenchofu district is one of the top-class residential areas in Tokyo and has been compared to California's Beverly Hills. Its residents include famous people, celebrities, senior executives and politicians.
Denenchofu’s houses are a mix of Japanese neo-classic homes, Edwardian villas, Swiss cottages and modern architectural structures. There are huge houses and lots, but strict construction regulations are implemented in the area in order to control development.
Denenchofu has a fair amount of residential parks. Cycling and recreation areas are developed on the banks of the Tamagawa River that runs through the district.
The district of Senzokuike is a favourite of expat and local families with kids in the Ota ward. Its most scenic spot is the Sensoku Park.
Senzokuike is easily accessible to central Tokyo.
Fukasawa is a peaceful and green neighbourhood in the Ota ward. Known for its low density, tree-lined streets, many parks and excellent schools, Fukasawa has a residential design that is dominated by fine Japanese- and western-style houses.
Fukasawa is easily accessible to central Tokyo, making it a favourite among foreign and Japanese house-hunters. Most homes have 4 or 5 bedrooms and are quite pricey.