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Sapporo Dome, Sapporo

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The Sapporo Dome is a stadium located in Toyohira-ku, Sapporo, Japan, and is primarily used for baseball and association football. It is the home field of the baseball team Hokkaido Nippon Ham Fighters and the association football club Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo. It is one of the planned football venues for the 2020 Summer Olympics, is the planned venue for the opening ceremony of the 2017 Asian Winter Games, and is a planned venue of the 2019 Rugby World Cup. The stadium was previously a venue of the 2002 edition of the FIFA World Cup.HistoryThe Sapporo Dome opened in 2001 with 41,580 seats. This stadium hosted 3 games during the 2002 FIFA World Cup, Germany vs Saudi Arabia, Argentina vs England and Italy vs Ecuador; all three matches were in the first round.
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  • Away from the center of Sapporo City, takes 10 minutes from the nearest underground station. To participate in the dome and put in a lot of places, it is interesting.
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  • No events at the dome, the dome is recommended. If 10 persons booking required 1, 2 in no reservations, you can participate. You can touch the bench and locker room and dugout pitching actually sit. Take the train from fukuzumi station can walk 12.3 minutes. Car parking was cheap in front of q.
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  • Because there was no plan to leave the city, leaving the Sapporo to have a morning of empty files so decided to come, unexpectedly found here is still interesting! Normally there will be a guided tour of the big eggs, but the day we went there was no, only to buy the viewing platform ticket to participate. At the front of the viewing platform, it was the first to reach the grandstand, just below the area of the Hokkaido University Baseball League, the audience is very small but the cheering team is very selling, drum sound, trumpet sound, refueling sound in the big egg inside 繚 around, is shocked. Go out to the wild to see a small window of the window is the football turf is being protected. It's a lot more fun to be able to find a movie on the internet than to push it into a big egg. The observation deck is divided into two sides: the left side overlooks the whole giant egg and looks down to a three-point cannon; the right side is a panoramic grandstand like the temperature chamber, which can be seen in the Sapporo area and the algae mountain. Because there are very few people, the entire observatory only two of us and the staff members, can be quiet to enjoy this beauty and the bottom of the wonderful game. The whole body does not recommend that people who are not interested in movement, architecture and machinery come before the train, but it is a good spot for baseball fans, football fans and fans. Incidentally: Taiwan's illustrator, the tapir of the year, started to join the Hokkaido Ham team and made many weeks of merchandise. Want to buy, but Sapporo big egg this side incredibly did not sell, actually in pity.
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  • Magnificent stadium. Saw England beat Argentina in the world cup here. They roll the field out to get natural sunlight etc.
  • It's a amazing architecture with high technology and unique outlook. You can visit the viewing deck to see the panorama of Sapporo.
  • I attended the game between Fighters and Marines. It was first time to watch a dome game which was a bit weird comparing to open stadiums. It is always interesting and enjoyable to see locals rooting for their favorite team.
  • Very interesting if your are tired of shopping...sad that the dome tour is closed
  • Very special design, good outlook

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You'll be able to choose from a variety of accommodation options for your stay in Sapporo, including opulent and upscale hotels. Mid-range and high-end establishments line the streets of the city center, while options for the budget-conscious traveler are hostels, guesthouses, and campsites, open from May to November. Lodgings fill up quickly during winter and summer holidays, and especially for the annual Snow Festival in February, so it's advisable to book in advance if you plan to visit at that time.
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