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Tokyo Dome, Bunkyo

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Tokyo Dome , referred to as Big Egg City before January 1, 2000, is an entertainment complex in Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan.It includes the world's largest roofed baseball stadium known as Tokyo Dome (nicknamed "Big Egg"), an amusement park known as Tokyo Dome City Attractions (formerly Kōrakuen Yūenchi), and Korakuen Hall. In May 2003, a spa resort known as LaQua opened for business near Tokyo Dome City Attractions. It also hosts character shows for Toei Company's Toei Superheroes, including the Kamen Rider and Super Sentai series.The Tokyo Dome City contains the Tokyo Dome Hotel, a 43-story hotel that is easily visible from the street and from the Tokyo Subway Suidobashi Station, which is only two blocks away.Tokyo Dome City facilities Tokyo Dome baseball stadium LaQua a building that houses a spa, fitness center and a shopping mall amusement park rides including Big O and Thunder Dolphin Theatre G-Rosso Yellow Building Sauna Tokyo Dome, Korakuen Hall sports arena Tokyo Dome Bowling Center, Off-track betting (Wins Korekauen)Tokyo Dome City Hall
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  • Great location in Tokyo. Fun place to watch a baseball game. Surrounded by restaurants and an amusement park. Worth a visit.  more »
  • The big egg in Tokyo is one of the world-renowned physical education museums, and the Big Egg of Tokyo is also the main field for Japanese baseball to sell giants, and it is the team of our Taiwan light Sun Dai!!!
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  • Is usually a concert, watching baseball and soccer at the Sapporo Dome, this time baseball game at Tokyo Dome. You watch in the left field stands, but surprised at the stand. It is players are very close. Fewer stairs to go to the gift shop inside the dome, it was very easy! Lol the seat no divider and the adjacent was very surprised. Juice stands under the seat. Means to go to the Tokyo Dome go from Korakuen and suidobashi is located. Recommend you go to the dome with room to spare Giants toy online outlets are pretty packed because the.
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  • Came here to watch a concert. I have to say one of my best concert experience. Even though, the concert houses 60,000 people, everything and everyone is in good order! Amazing management! I was able to get into the concert easily (being a foreigner not knowing any Japanese) and when the concert finish, I was able to get out and onto the street in ten minutes! Cheers to the very well mannered concert goers! Thumbs up to the concert staff and management! The concert atmosphere is excellent with such large audiences! On the flip side, because it is such a big place, you do feel your 'long' distance from the performers! You really have to rely on the screens to see the faces of the performers.
  • Amazing! There are nice looking ladies who run around to serve beer/highball. Lots of fans who respectfully cheer for their team and the other team politely waits as the other team finishes their cheer/chants. Every player has their own cheer! The ticket price is waaaaaay worth it because we got an Under Armour Giants uniforms (top), a Pikachu hat, and much more! Japan is a must-go, immerse in their culture type of travel. Go Giants!
  • Awesome stadium, it's enclosed so you don't have to worry if it rains. You are allowed to bring in your own alcohol just have to pour it into a paper cup when entering the stadium.
  • Bought 1000 yen standing room Giants tickets at Lawsons a couple weeks before the game. Get there early to get a place to stand. Games sellout so by tickets months in advance if you want seats. You can bring food and beer into the stadium.
  • Watched a baseball game and the atmosphere was very good. Air con was amazing

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