The Tokyo Dome (home of the Yomiuri Giants) first opened with a covered dome system in 1998, and is the Tokyo region’s largest concert venue, with a capacity of 55,000. It goes without saying that the acoustics can at times be problematic, however, the dome regularly hosts big-name acts – past visitors include The Rolling Stones, David Bowie, Michael Jackson and Madonna. In association with the dome, there is also a large cluster of satellite attractions including a hot spring spa and amusement park.
|Venue name:||Tokyo Dome|
1-3-61 Koraku, Bunkyo-ku
|Transport:||Kasuga Station (Mita, Oedo lines), exit A1; Korakuen Station (Marunouchi, Namboku lines), exit 2; Suidobashi Station (Chuo-Sobu, Mita lines)|
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Tokyo Dome City Winter Illuminations
One of the top illumination events in Tokyo in terms of scale, and boasting hundreds of thousands of LEDs strung all around the complex, Tokyo Dome City’s light-up has an ‘Edo Elegance Japanese Beauty’ theme this winter inspired by traditional Japanese...Until Sunday February 17 2019 Free