Are you looking for contemporary entertainment, dining and shopping in Tokyo? Look no further than the Tokyo Dome, which is a one-stop entertainment hub near the middle of this eccentric capital city. What began as a stadium back in 1988 has quickly become a hotspot for sporting and music events, shopping, dining and amusement rides.
The Tokyo Dome offers a handful of signature experiences, including the Thunder Dolphin roller coaster, which reaches speeds of up to 130 kilometres per hour. You can also bowl on one of the 54 ten-pin bowling lanes at the Tokyo Dome Bowling Center, play table tennis, cruise around the indoor roller skating rink, rock climb and practice your golf swing.
Don’t miss visiting The Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum and discovering the wonders of space in the TeNQ Space Museum. Along with being the home field of the Yomiuri Giants baseball team, the Tokyo Dome hosts music concerts, basketball, American football, mixed martial arts and monster truck racing.
The Tokyo Dome is positioned near the centre of Tokyo, about 25 kilometres from Haneda Airport. You can get there using the city’s taxis or by catching the Mita Line to Suidobashi Station, which is 10 minutes’ walk from the centre.