Tokyo Dome City is a city within a city - a multifaceted entertainment and retail complex in the Bunkyo ward. Not to be confused with Tokyo Dome (the event venue), Dome City consists of the entire area: amusement park, stadium, shopping complex, hotel, and even a spa. Although it is promoted as an ideal stopover, Tokyo Dome City can easily take up more than a day should you explore all its attractions.
The Dome City complex is especially family-friendly, with a multitude of activities such as an amusement park, space museum, indoor kids playground, bowling center, roller skate arena, and more. After a fun-filled day, relax and rejuvenate at Spa LaQua - one of the rare natural hot springs within Tokyo City.
Concertgoers and baseball fans lucky enough to attend an event at the Tokyo Dome often revel in the atmosphere of being among 55,000 likeminded people. Dome City also holds regular winter illumination events from November to February. If you’re more a fan of nature, the historic Koishikawa Korakuen Gardens are right next to the Tokyo Dome complex.
With multiple convenient train connections, visitors can easily access the area via Korakuen, Kasuga, or Suidobashi station.
Tokyo Dome is a famous event venue that usually hosts top artists or athletes. With a total capacity for 55,000 people, Tokyo Dome is often used for large-scale international events, big-name concerts, and professional baseball games. Opened in 1988, the impressive structure uses an air pressure technology to support its membrane roof.
One of the few natural hot spring facilities within Tokyo city, Spa LaQua is located within the LaQua building in Tokyo Dome City. The spa channels its natural spring water from 1,700m underground. Two beautiful open-air stone hot spring baths set this spa apart from the rest.
An interactive space museum that’s partnered with the University of Tokyo’s division of space exploration, education, and discovery. TeNQ focuses on providing an engaging and multi-sensory educational experience to visitors of all ages.Discover more
Designated as an important historical asset and site of special historical significance, Koishikawa Korakuen is one of the few gardens that holds this double title. The gardens were originally constructed in 1629, part of the private residence of Tokugawa Mitsukuni during the Edo period.
Free-to-enter amusement park with a large variety of rides for all ages. The “Thunder Dolphin” is the park’s signature roller coaster that reaches a thrilling speed of 130km/h. Get a bird’s eye view of the city from the park’s centerless Ferris wheel. Each ride and attraction is priced differently, but visitors can also opt for a one-day pass.
Suidobashi Station (JR Chuo Sobu Line/Subway Mita Line), Korakuen Station (Subway Marunouchi Line/Namboku Line), Kasuga Station (Subway Oedo Line)
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