Using the Food Court
Here is a guide to how to enjoy the GO-FUN food court at Tokyo Dome City.
The GO-FUN food court at Tokyo Dome City is made up of 6 restaurants from which you can order and then carry your food back to your table via self-serve style. With chairs for children also available, this area is family friendly.
How to use GO-FUN
Secure a table.
Choose a meal and pay at the restaurant.
Some restaurants will hand you a buzzer, and when your food is ready, the buzzer will ring. Return to the restaurant to then pick up your food.
Return the plates and other cutlery to the restaurant after you are done eating.
If you are a customer of one of the restaurants, you can serve yourself water for free at the food court.
- Do not bring food or drink from outside.
- Do not bring pets with you.
Food Court GO-FUN
- Hours may be extended in some cases.
Enjoy authentic tasting udon via self service. The noodles used are Sanuki Udon, made of carefully-selected, Japan-produced wheat, made fresh using a noodle press inside the restaurant.
Enjoy well-known Korean dishes such as Korean pancakes, chilled noodles, vegetable bibimbap, sundubu, and kimbap, as well as popular sweets like cheese hotteok and shaved ice.
Charcoal-grilled chicken is lightly simmered in our original sauce and served with select eggs to create a delicious "kyukyoku oyakodon" rice bowl.
Enjoy ramen at Setagaya, founded by "Mr. Ramen" Tsukasa Maejima. The taste is perfect in every way.
BIKKURI DONKEY POCKET KITCHEN
Plump and juicy Hamburg steaks.
The delicious flavor of this restaurant has stayed the same since it opened in 1968. These wonderfully smelling Hamburg steaks are grilled to juicy perfection.
MOTHER FARM CAFÉ & SOFT CREAM
Directly operated by Mother Farm, the dairy products here are fresh and delicious.
Kids play area
There are a variety of other restaurants in Tokyo Dome City as well.
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