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Very large amusement park, with various kinds of rides and games for families. Since we stayed not far from Tokyo Dome, on our visit this time to Tokyo, it made it very easy for us to shop and find food, because there are so many...More
I really Love this amusement park..even not too much variety to play it's quite Good..you should try the star of this amusement park..the roller coaster, it Will blow your adrenaline to the max..don't forget to visit the space museum and the Ball park store..hungry? No...More
I think this place is a little under rated to tourist. But its worth a visit. The attraction inside tokyo dome city is diverse that there is one ride for every part of the family to enjoy. The food options is very good as well....More
The place is accessible via the trains around Tokyo. There are a lot of things to do around the place. There are a lot of restaurants and shops within the area but be early for lunch during weekends cause you might need to wait in...More
Tokyo Dome City is easy to access and there's so much for everyone. Aside from the stadium, there are rides, shops, restaurants, and the spa. It gets busier on weekends especially on Sundays when families with young children come.
There were several events happening in...More
I've never watched a baseball game and i loved it. The cheer squad entertainment is great. Every time their team is up they sing and chant. Beer girls with portable kegs come to your seat. Cheer leaders and mascots make an appearance. Plus you have...More
We arrived on a Sunday around 9:45 AM prior to a Giants game and it was already pretty crowded. Waited in line for about 20 minutes for tickets to the attractions. A wrist band for unlimited rides was about 2800Y adults, 2100Y kids. Or you...More
we come in the evening around 4pm. colorful illumination are very beautiful. I won a 10k yen prize, so I paid only 2000yen from 12000yen. we can play 4 attractions & go to the tenQ museum. it is a wonderful experience
We visited for the Annual Orchid Festival. The size of the place is massive , even though there were thousands of people in the stadium there was still plenty of room to walk around without bumping into people. There are many restaurants located at the...More
I was not very interested in visit Tokyo Dome in my trip but when we arrived I absolutely loved! I highly recommend if you're a fan of amusement parks like me. The roller coaster and ferris wheel are amazing! Besides that, we visited on winter...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.
Response from LuckyNana168 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, it's worth, there has a section for younger children, located at the top. You can buy tickets for a day or half a day, which is a day from 10 am to 9 pm and half a day starting at 5 pm to 9 pm. On weekdays it is not too... More
Yes, it's worth, there has a section for younger children, located at the top. You can buy tickets for a day or half a day, which is a day from 10 am to 9 pm and half a day starting at 5 pm to 9 pm. On weekdays it is not too crowded, on weekends there are more attractions and rides, but much more crowded.
Response from OZtraveller222 | Reviewed this property |
Hi. The Dome is open when there are events held there such as a basketball match, cultural show, concert. "It is a huge building used to stage entertainment. I doubt that it is open when there is no entertainment on... More
Hi. The Dome is open when there are events held there such as a basketball match, cultural show, concert. "It is a huge building used to stage entertainment. I doubt that it is open when there is no entertainment on. There would be no staff on duty and nothing to see. If you purchase a ticket to an event (eg concert), the ticket will show the venue opening time and when the event starts.
I went to an event in January which started at 10am in the morning and despite freezing weather outside, the public could not enter the Dome until exactly 10am. Long queues of freezing people had to wait.