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Easy to get to this place. We took a train to Suidobashi Station and it's just a few minutes walk away.You can pay for per ride tickets or buy the unlimited rides pass which my kid did.
Enough wild rides to have fun and there's...More
As we were quite running out of new places to go to in Tokyo, we decided to check this place out. It's a great place for kids! It will keep them occupied with the rides for the whole morning. Not a lot of rides but...More
This place is a gem in the middle of Tokyo!! We were planning on Tokyo Disneyland but didn't want to stomach the long queues....and this place was so much cheaper and uniquely different! Was fun and would definitely recommend.
When I was a child, there were a velodrome, a ballpark and an amusement park. In 2003, it was changed to a big complex of Tokyo dome(Home ground for a professional baseball team called Tokyo Giants9, a hotel, an amusement park , restaurants and a...More
All the attractions were great, mostly they were aimed at smaller kids and the skytree / roller coaster were closed due to wind when we went there. Go the day pass if you are going to do more than a couple of rides.
Not much has changed but it's still a fun place to go and close to a lot of fun areas in Tokyo. If you're staying in Tokyo Dome Hotel or going to a baseball game at Tokyo Dome, it's a nice area to walk around...More
Yotsuya and Iidabashi are areas that developed around the outer moat of the Imperial palace. Nearby in Kagurazaka, there is an old red-light district with a photogenic feel evocative of the ambiance of old Tokyo. Narrow paths with stone paving remain to this day, and there are long-standing restaurants with geishas and quaint old cafes in townhouse buildings.
Response from LuckyNana168 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, it's worth, there has a section for younger children, located at the top. You can buy tickets for a day or half a day, which is a day from 10 am to 9 pm and half a day starting at 5 pm to 9 pm. On weekdays it is not too... More
Yes, it's worth, there has a section for younger children, located at the top. You can buy tickets for a day or half a day, which is a day from 10 am to 9 pm and half a day starting at 5 pm to 9 pm. On weekdays it is not too crowded, on weekends there are more attractions and rides, but much more crowded.
Response from OZtraveller222 | Reviewed this property |
Hi. The Dome is open when there are events held there such as a basketball match, cultural show, concert. "It is a huge building used to stage entertainment. I doubt that it is open when there is no entertainment on... More
Hi. The Dome is open when there are events held there such as a basketball match, cultural show, concert. "It is a huge building used to stage entertainment. I doubt that it is open when there is no entertainment on. There would be no staff on duty and nothing to see. If you purchase a ticket to an event (eg concert), the ticket will show the venue opening time and when the event starts.
I went to an event in January which started at 10am in the morning and despite freezing weather outside, the public could not enter the Dome until exactly 10am. Long queues of freezing people had to wait.