About Tokyo Dome City Introduction Video
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This video introduces Tokyo Dome City, with Tokyo Dome City Attractions as the main focus.
Tokyo Dome City was renamed in 2000 from "BIG EGG CITY."
Tokyo Dome City is an urban complex leisure land that includes Tokyo Dome, attractions, bathing facilities, fitness facilities, shops and restaurants.
In this article, we will introduce the attractions of Tokyo Dome City and information about its facilities.
First, let's check out the video to see what facilities Tokyo Dome City has to offer!
"Tokyo Dome City Attractions"
Tokyo Dome City Attractions is an amusement park that everyone from children to adults can enjoy.
Admission is free, but there is a fee for riding or entering the attractions.
You can also buy tickets for an unlimited number of rides for one day, tickets to ride five attractions, and the special "Get 10" ticket, which allows you to combine your points to use the facilities of your choice.
Hours of operation vary by day and season, so be sure to check the official website before your visit.
The first thing you see when you enter Tokyo Dome City Attractions is the Big O, the world's first center-less Ferris wheel (without a central pillar) and the Thunder Dolphin, the world's first roller coaster with a maximum inclination of 80 degrees, both of which can be seen at a href="#section-article-content" target="_blank" class="textlink">0:06 in the video.
At 0:18 in the video, the thrilling Skyflower is introduced.
Another popular ride is Wonder Drop, which starts at 1:53 in the video. The ride takes you on a leisurely ride through the water, and then you dive into the water from a height of 13 meters.
For young children, you can enjoy attractions such as "Hero Show" and "Magical Mist," shown at 1:06. At Magical Mist, mist spouts from the ground, making it perfect for the hot summer season.
There are also many other rides and haunted houses available to keep kids and adults entertained all day long.
The Facilities of Tokyo Dome City
In addition to the amusement park, Tokyo Dome City also has baseball games, concerts and other events, as well as the indoor kids' facility ASOBono!, the GO-FUN food court, the fitness and bathing facility LaQua, cafe & restaurant "MEETS PORT," TOKYO DOME CITY HALL , Korakuen Hall, a bowling alley, the exhibition hall, Prism Hall, and more!
There is also a jump shop, a limited edition Doraemon shop, and other shops lining the street, so you can enjoy window shopping for souvenirs to commemorate your visit to Tokyo.
During the winter season, Tokyo Dome City is illuminated with a spectacular display of lights.
Tokyo Dome City is located in Koraku, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, and is conveniently accessible from Suidobashi Station on the JR line, Suidobashi Station on the Toei Subway Mita Line, and Korakuen Station on the Tokyo Metro Marunouchi and Nanboku lines.
There is also a parking lot so you can visit by car.
Summary of Tokyo Dome City
Tokyo Dome City has attractions for everyone to enjoy. Be sure to check out the video; you're sure to find something that catches your eye!
There's also "Look, Play, Relax," and Tokyo Dome City Hotel, so you can enjoy an overnight stay.
Whether you're with your family or going as a couple, there's plenty to do in Tokyo Dome City to keep you entertained all day long.
◆Tokyo Dome City Facility Overview◆
【Address】1-3-61 Koraku, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, 112-0004
【Access】Right outside JR Suidobashi Station, Toei Mita Line Suidobashi Station, Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line, Namboku Line Korakuen Station
【Admission fee】Varies by facility.
【Hours】 Varies depending on the facility.
【Closures】Closures vary by facility
【Official Website】Tokyo Dome City
【Tripadvisor】 Tokyo Dome City