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Tokyo Dome City is a leisure complex in central Tokyo consisting of the Tokyo Dome baseball stadium, an amusement park, the LaQua spa, a variety of shops and restaurants and Tokyo Dome Hotel.

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The Tokyo Dome baseball stadium

Tokyo Dome (東京ドーム Tōkyō Dōmu, TYO: 9681) is a 55,000-seat (actual capacity of 42,000) baseball stadium located in Bunkyo Ward of Tokyo, Japan.

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Inside the stadium

Famous Japanese artists and also international singers have performed in the Tokyo Dome!

The Big-O(ferris wheel)

Enjoy the beautiful view of Tokyo from up there!

You can ride the Big-O for 820 yens.

Thunder dolphin (roller coaster)

Thunder Dolphin (サンダードルフィン?) is a steel roller coaster at the Tokyo Dome City Attractions amusement park, which is part of Tokyo Dome City in Tokyo, Japan. The ride was designed and constructed by Intamin. At 262 feet (80 m) tall, Thunder Dolphin is currently the 7th tallest continuous circuit roller coaster in the world, behind Kingda Ka, Top Thrill Dragster, Steel Dragon 2000, Millennium Force, Leviathan, and Intimidator 305.

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You can ride this roller coaster for 1030 yens.

Ar you ready for this rush of adrenaline?

Thunder Dolphin’s 3,500 feet (1,100 m) long course passes through both a hole in the LaQua building, and through the Big-O, the world’s first centerless Ferris wheel. The Thunder Dolphin has a maximum speed of 130 kilometres per hour (81 mph).

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Through the LaQua building

Through the Big-O

Wonder drop (water slide)

So refreshing during summer!

You can ride this water slide for 620 yens.

LaQua : a shopping mall with spa

Many stores for shopping lovers!

About 70 shops and restaurants.
Tokyo Dome City welcomes visitors with a variety-filled lineup of shops and restaurants.

Business Hours
Shops 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM (with the exception of certain stores)
Restaurants 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM (with the exception of certain stores)

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Cute variety store, Cocoonist.

Skinfood (cosmetics)

ABC-MART (Shoe store)

Rope Picnic (ladies fashion)

LaQua building restaurants

TETSU

Want to eat delicious tsukemen noodles? Go check TETSU!

Kaisen Misakikou (sushi restaurant)

Morizumi Kitchen (ramen)

LaQua spa

A spa of the highest class in the metropolis of Tokyo that takes advantage of natural hot springs bubbling up from a level 1,700 meters underground. Featuring an outdoor bath, a massage bubble bath, and saunas, it is a first-class “space for healing.”

You are welcome to spend the most luxurious time relaxing here, while enjoying the superb nighttime view of the beautiful Tokyo Dome.

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Facilities
8, 9F: Healing Baden Zone
7F: Rendezvous Zone
6F: Spa Zone
5F: Restaurant Zone and Relaxation Zone

Operating Hours
Open from 11:00 AM to 9:00 AM the next morning (open 22 hours/day)

Regular Holidays
Open year-round

Closed
Spa LaQua may be closed on certain days for inspection or maintenance of facilities.
(April 14-15, November 10-11, 2014)

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Tokyo Dome bowling center

ASOBono

ASOBono is one of the largest indoor play grounds for kids in Tokyo. Not only children but also adults can play and enjoy ASOBono with the chirdren. ASOBono is divided into five themed areas: “ocean”, “town”, “train station”, “forest”, and “babies-only area”.

The forest area

Even when packed on a Saturday afternoon, there is always space to play, and hidden areas such as the library provide a place for kids and parents to enjoy an afternoon in a cool and stimulating setting.

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Spo-dori

SPO-DORI! consists of three areas, where you can enjoy baseball, golf, and bouldering.
Lessons are also provided to those who want to raise their level of skills.
Any number of customers (1person ~ large groups) are welcome to have a great time at SPO-DORI!

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The boudlering zone

The bouldering zone is equipped with the biggest wall in Tokyo, measuring four metres in height and 40 metres in width.

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Tokyo Dome roller skate arena

Tokyo Dome hotel

You will need at least two days to fully enjoy the Tokyo Dome city with its shopping mall, amusement park and its many other activities. So, why not stay one night at the luxurious Tokyo Dome hotel. It is a little a bit expensive but it’s definitely worth the price!

View on the ferris wheel and the Tokyo dome city!

Access

The closest stations to the Tokyo Dome city are Korakuen (Marunouchi line or Namboku line) or Suidobashi (Chuo-Sobu line or Mita line).

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