How to enjoy Food Court

Here is a guide to how to enjoy GO-FUN, the food court in Tokyo Dome City.

6 restaurants bundled together, the food court in Tokyo Dome City, "GO-FUN", is a place where you can order the food you'd like and bring it to your table yourself. It is also convenient for families with child chairs available.

How to use GO-FUN

  1. Secure a table.

  2. Choose a meal and pay at the restaurant.

  3. Return to the restaurant to get your meal when the food is ready and your buzzer rings. Some restaurants give you a buzzer.​ ​

  4. Return the plates and so on 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.

Please cooperate

  • Do not bring food or drink in the place from outside.
  • Do not bring in pets with you.
  • Do not take photographs or film videos.

INFORMATION

Food Court GO-FUN (Gofan)

Open hours 10:00~21:00

  • There're cases where open hours are extended.
  • You can use cards only at Bikkuri Donkey Pocket Kitchen.

Restaurants

MARUGAME SEIMEN

Enjoy udon that tastes just like the authentic udon in self-service. The udon is Sanuki Udon, made of carefully-selected, Japan-produced wheat, and is just-made and fresh-out-of-boiling udon. It is made by noodle-making machines installed in a restaurant.​ ​

Hot Spoon

Handmade curry with profound taste, stewed for a long time.
You can eat handmade curry made out of beef tendon and vegetables stewed for a long time, in a hot clay pot.​ ​​ ​

SETAGAYA

You can have ramen made by Setagaya, led by Mr. Ramen Maejima Tukasa. The ramen is with no weak spots.

BIKKURI DONKEY POCKET KITCHEN

Plump and juicy Hamburg steaks.​ ​
The unchanging deliciousness since the restaurant's establishment in 1968. Surface savory, inside juicy, their Hamburg steaks are round and soft.

MOTHER FARM CAFÉ & SOFT CREAM

It is under the direct management of Mother Farm and fresh dairy products are available.​ ​


Interior

Area for kids

There are many other restaurants in Tokyo Dome City.

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