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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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  • Went into the Ballpark Store, then the Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. We learnt all there is to be known about baseball in Japan. Infact, the Dome is an all weather multipurpose stadium where a var...  more »
  • This is a fantastic venue for the quilt festival, which is very crowded. There are plenty of seats so one can sit down any time, and have a view of the event. If you have trouble with stairs, you migh...  more »
  • Went to see Nitro circus in a wheelchair. It is indeed of Tokyo Dome. For wheelchair users and the facilities was perfect. But main entrance is on the stairs or the elevator there is under repair was for lost to waste on them. I heard Valet is faster. In buying high (S) seat dome theater is on the stairs for just the farthest seat will be. Will be considered if simplistic and can help in that area, do not hesitate to help.
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  • I attended recent gig of Babymetal and I must admit the organisation was flawless. I wish everything worked that well everywhere else.
  • Great stadium. Great atmosphere. You can bring your own food and drinks into the stadium. The drinks get opened and poured into plastic cups when you come in. Wish I had known this beforehand. Food and drink is expensive but then all stadium food and drink is! Highly recommend seeing a game here.
  • Free 10th Nov–14th Feb, 2016 Start/End Time: 17:00 – 01:00 This winter illumination features an amazing 2,000,000 LEDs draped over structures both temporary and permanent at Tokyo Dome City. The theme of this year’s illumination is “Promenade of Light”. In collaboration with the “Space Museum TeNQ” which opened in summer, there will be an “Ultraman Road”. In addition, there will be Fantasy Cosmos area with black light illumination and a 6 metre tall Christmas tree.
  • Cool roller coaster, but the rest was not as exciting. Some nice shops.
  • Worth visiting if you find an event of interest that happens to be hosted here. Very spacious and clean, and lockers are available inside to store belongings. Venue is well-staffed so finding the wary around inside was not an issue. This is a popular point of reference in Japanese media, so it helps to have been here in-person!