How to enjoy watching a baseball game at Tokyo Dome

Once you visit Tokyo Dome, no doubt many people will want to watch a baseball game.
We'll also introduce you to some of the dining and merchandise available within Tokyo Dome.

1. Purchase advance tickets online

At Tokyo Dome, the race for the pennant (the regular season) is held from the end of March, when the professional baseball season begins, until around October.
Yomiuri Giants' official game tickets may be purchased online at the Ticket GIANTS site.

  • Please refer to the Tokyo Dome schedule for baseball game information.

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2. How to enter

Tokyo Dome is an air-supported dome, so all gates (entryways) are revolving doors.
We totally get that you want to get into the Dome as fast as possible, but please take the revolving doors one person at a time!

3. How to cheer

Consider purchasing a towel at the store for when you cheer on Tokyo Dome's home team, the "YOMIURI GIANTS!"
When the team hits a home run or scores a run, everyone waves their towels around - that's "Giants Style!"

4. Head to the specialty shops to get your merchandise!

When you watch a baseball game at Tokyo Dome, cheer goods are a must. If you're thinking about making a purchase, visit the "BALL PARK STORE" or the "G-SHOP."
"BALL PARK STORE" offers merchandise not just from the Tokyo Giants, but from all 12 teams in the NIPPON PROFESSIONAL BASEBALL ORGANIZATION; they also offer Tokyo Dome original merchandise!

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5. How to enjoy the dining options

The concourse of Tokyo Dome is packed full of shops.
Part of the experience of watching a baseball game at Tokyo Dome includes picking out your favorite food from the wide variety of dining options, including uniquely Japanese "DONBURI" or "OBENTO."

If you experience everything from 1-5, you'll be a master of watching Japanese baseball. What do you think? It makes you want to come again, doesn't it?
Oh, and when you leave, be sure to take the revolving doors one person at a time!

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