Tokyo Dome, the symbol of Tokyo Dome City, is an all-weather multipurpose stadium where a variety of events are being staged throughout the year, including baseball games, domestic and international sporting events, exhibitions and concerts. As the baseball stadium, it is a home to the Tokyo Yomiuri Giants, and a venue for a number of major events in the history of professional baseball in Japan. Exibitions, concerts and other entertainment events draw large crowd.
Tokyo Dome City Attractions is a general entertainment and amusement park facility located within Tokyo Dome City. Parachute land was refurbished and reopened in the summer of 2011. No admission is charged to enter Tokyo Dome City Attractions featuring a variety of exciting attractions for both children and adults alike.
LaQua is one of the largest natural hot spring spa complex in Tokyo. The hot spring originates from 1,700 meters below ground. The complex houses speciality shops, high-end grocery stores and restaurants, many with inventive designs, as well as attractions such as the “Big O”, the world’s first centerless Ferris wheel, and the roller coaster “Thunder Dolphin”. Come and relieve your daily stress and get refreshed at LaQua, the oasis of relaxation in the heart of Tokyo!
Tokyo Dome Hotel stands adjacent to Tokyo Dome and LaQua in the Tokyo Dome City. The hotel is conveniently located within few minutes away from Suidobashi and Korakuen stations giving access to one JR railway and four subway lines: JR Sobu Line, Mita Line, Marunouchi Line, Namboku Line and Oedo Line. It is an ideal base for business and pleasure alike.
Tokyo Dome City has over fifty restaurants, cafes, and bars offering food in a wide range of styles from Western and Japanese to Chinese and Asian fusion. You’re guaranteed to find something that suits your tastes.