About Tokyo Dome
Located in Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, Japan, the Tokyo Dome was inaugurated on March 17, 1988 as a 55,000-seat multi-purpose stadium and Japan’s first dome-shaped stadium. The roof of the Dome is made of a flexible membrane, and the air pressure inside the Dome is generally controlled to be 0.3% higher than that outside the Dome in order to maintain the shape of the Dome.
The Tokyo Dome is the home of the Yomiuri Giants (a team in the Nippon Professional Baseball Central League) and has hosted basketball and American soccer games, professional wrestling, mixed martial arts, K-1 tournaments, and many other famous concerts. On September 20-21, 2006, American singer Madonna held the final stop of her solo world tour at Tokyo Dome, with two sold-out shows; and on July 22, 2007, KinKi Kids (Kinki Kids) held their 10th anniversary concert at the venue, accommodating about 67,000 spectators, setting a new record for the largest number of spectators at Tokyo Dome. ……
In addition to the arena, Tokyo Dome is also home to a theme park called Tokyo Dome City, which is visited by many tourists every day.
How to get there
1-3-61 Koraku, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 112-0004, Japan
Access :5 minutes on foot from Suidobashi Station on the JR and Toei Subway lines
5 minutes on foot from Tokyo Metro “Korakuen” station
5 minutes on foot from Kasuga Station on the Toei Subway Line
The venue was nice and clean.
However, the line at each entrance gate was difficult to line up from the beginning because of the packed crowd. It was like, “Where is the last place to wait for the restroom? It was like that,
It was a day full of euphoria just to be in the space.