What can I do here?
Not just the amusement park that can be enjoyed from adults to children and indoor playgrounds for preschoolers. Here, there is "something" for everyone, from bowling, roller skating, a special museum about the universe and a gallery where you can experience Japanese pop culture, whenever you like in the time you have.
Experiences only possible at Tokyo Dome City
Thunder Dolphin is being closed from Tue., June 18 to Fri., July 5 because of maintenance.
Introducing the joy of the 130 km/h roller coaster "Thunder Dolphin" and other recommended attractions.
You came all the way on vacation, but it's raining... When your plans are all washed up, Tokyo Dome City has plenty of places you can enjoy even while it's wet out.
Tickets to different events and facilities are available at different locations. You can see how to purchase tickets here.
Tokyo Dome City is located in the middle of various sightseeing spots. It is an ideal place to stop by on your way to those spots.
Free gate (entrance free) amusement park where small children to adults can enjoy.
An entertainment museum that provides fun ways to enjoy outer space from a variety of perspectives.
The largest indoor kids playground in Tokyo, where parents and children can enjoy together
Consist of sports bowling and "toast" bowling (with bar), a bowling alley with total of 54 lanes for two different occasions
The largest indoor roller skating rink in Tokyo
Indoor sports facility where bouldering, batting and golf can be enjoyed within the same facility
Gallery with fusion of entertainment and art where adults can have fun.
Exciting action show shown at the Theatre G-Rosso.
A museum operated by the entire Japanese baseball community (professional/amateur)