Facility List

Tokyo Dome

Opened in 1988, Japan's first air supported dome that supports the membrane roof by air pressure differential. The home ground of the professional Baseball Yomiuri Giants.

Tokyo Dome City Attractions

Free gate (entrance free) amusement park where small children to adults can enjoy.

TeNQ Space Museum

An entertainment museum that provides fun ways to enjoy outer space from a variety of perspectives.

Indoor Kids' Playground

The largest indoor kids playground in Tokyo, where parents and children can enjoy together

Tokyo Dome Bowling Center

Consist of sports bowling and "toast" bowling (with bar), a bowling alley with total of 54 lanes for two different occasions​ ​

Table Tennis Space "TaKuSuRu"

The Ping-Pong Space – Welcoming all ages to enjoy learning and playing table tennis.

Tokyo Dome Roller Skate Arena

The largest indoor roller skating rink in Tokyo

Spo-Dori! (Indoor Sports Facility)

Indoor sports facility where bouldering, batting and golf can be enjoyed within the same facility

Gallery AaMo

Gallery with fusion of entertainment and art where adults can have fun.

Hero Action Show

Exciting action show shown at the Theatre G-Rosso.

The Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum (The History of Baseball in Japan)

A museum operated by the entire Japanese baseball community (professional/amateur)


Urban resort hotel with 43 floors above ground with 1,006 rooms and restaurants

Tokyo Dome Natural Hot Spring Spa LaQua

While in the city center, you can enjoy "total beauty and refreshing experience" in a fine healing space. The facility includes natural hot springs and carbonated springs, as well as fully equipped treatments & beauty salons, restaurants and cafés.

Korakuen Hall

Known as "sacred ground" of boxing / pro-wrestling / kickboxing, a multi-purpose hall hosts exciting fights throughout the year

Tokyo Dome City Hall (Event Hall)

A multi-functional hall with capacity of more than 3,000 people by standing.


Event and exhibition venue that can accommodate up to about 2,000 people.

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