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We spent a very enjoyable evening watching a baseball game between Tokyo and rivals Yokohama at the Tokyo dome. The enthusiasm of the supporters is fantastic with them chanting singing songs and a full band.
Tokyo dome is not only a baseball stadium, but fun...More
As a baseball fan that’s been to many games in many stadiums, seeing Tokyo Giants play was incredible! The game was so fun, the fans were all engaged in supporting their teams, and the stadium was relatively clean!
My family and I enjoyed and awesome baseball experience at the Dome. The stadium is fantastic and even the nosebleed seats offer great value. Whilst the Giants lost, the away teams chants were a highlight. The toilets were clean and the beer delivery service exceptional.
watched Ciba Marines play here on a special celebration night, each fan was given a free baseball shirt , absolutely fantastic experience, the fans of both tides never stopped singing and chanting - just spectacular stadium and atmosphere. very clean, beer and food service to...More
As an American, it was fascinating to see a Japanese baseball game. It’s a very different experience, the fans are loud and intense. Highly recommended. The area around the stadium has many fun shops and restaurants, and the food inside was good and decently priced.
Went through an agency for the tickets (stub-hub),as the game was "sold-out" and paid a premium, but the tickets were delivered to our hotel and the seats were very good (20 rows behind first base).
As stated in other reviews, the place is ridiculously organized...More
My mate and I took in a game of baseball for a laugh and had a great time. Firstly the stadium. Ridiculously clean! I mean compared with the MCG and other stadiums back home this place is practically as clean as a hospital. Entry and...More
Had a fab time at the baseball; Giants V Tigers. So well organised and lots of choice of food and drink at reasonable prices once you get in (around £4 for a large beer). Standing tickets are a bargain, though as previous reviews state, you...More
An incredible experience, being at the dome made it extra incredible. I got a seat on the ground and on the first floor and both experiences had their own advantage but I appreciated the experience either way. The staff organised a beautiful show and SHINee...More
As Americans traveling in Japan we do our best to adopt local practices and blend in with the locals as much as possible. One thing we share in a common is a love of baseball. We went to a sold out Sunday day game at...More
Yotsuya and Iidabashi are areas that developed around the outer moat of the Imperial palace. Nearby in Kagurazaka, there is an old red-light district with a photogenic feel evocative of the ambiance of old Tokyo. Narrow paths with stone paving remain to this day, and there are long-standing restaurants with geishas and quaint old cafes in townhouse buildings.
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yes. I went to two different events at the Dome and took my own food 2 of 3 days I visited. I saw lots of Japanese eating their own food from home. I doubt that alcohol would be allowed. The Dome employs a group of people... More
yes. I went to two different events at the Dome and took my own food 2 of 3 days I visited. I saw lots of Japanese eating their own food from home. I doubt that alcohol would be allowed. The Dome employs a group of people who check contents of visitor's bags at entrance. They didn't object to food.