Keikyū Kamata Station (京急蒲田駅, Keikyū Kamata-eki), is a railway station in Ōta, Tokyo, Japan, operated by the private railway company Keikyu. Keikyū Kamata Station is served by the Keikyu Main Line and Keikyu Airport Line. As of 21 October 2012, the station structure has three levels. Up trains (to Shinagawa) and Haneda Airport depart from the second level, down trains (to Yokohama) and Misakiguchi and Haneda Airport depart from the third level.
The station opened on 1 February 1901 as Kamata Station (蒲田駅). The Airport Line (then called the Haneda Branch Line) was opened in 1902. Kamata Station was renamed Keihin Kamata Station (京浜蒲田駅) in November 1925, and again renamed Keikyū Kamata Station, the present name, on 1 June 1987.