From the past after the development of the park after the stadium, the Tokyo Dome has always been a sports entertainment shrine, is also home to foreign artists in Japan concert venue. After entering the 2000’s, the Tokyo Dome around the complex commercial facilities and the hotel one by one completed, today’s Tokyo Dome City has become a symbol of the park after the park. The following is a picture of Tokyo Dome City.


On September 11, 1937, the history of Tokyo Dome City started from this day. Since then, bicycle racing, amusement parks and other facilities have been completed, so the development of entertainment here. Tokyo Dome is Japan’s first all-weather multi-functional stadium, not only in the rain watching baseball and other sporting events, as concert venue also plays a very important role.


This is inside the Tokyo Dome, from the back of the ball grid to see the scenery to the stadium. In addition to watching sporting events and live performances, it is also available at any time to visit the trip, and provide commemorative photos.

Tokyo Dome City The Tokyo Dome is centered on the Tokyo Dome, with amenities such as LaQua, Tokyo Dome City Attractions, Tokyo Dome and Korakuen Hall, and facilities in the yellow building on the south-west side, (Space Museum), the Bowling Center, and SPO-DORI, which offers a variety of sports including rock climbing and golf! And so on, is the seat whether adults and children can have fun amusement park.


Name TeNQ (Space Museum)
Address 1-3-61, Houje-gu, Tokyo
Tokyo Dome City Yellow Building 6F
Open daily from 11:00 to 21:00
Weekends, national holidays 10: 00 ~ 21: 00
(Last admission time 20:00)
Phone number + 81- (0) 3-3814-0109
※ Golden week and spring and winter vacation and other specific period for the weekend, national holiday business
Official Site TeNQ (Space Museum)

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