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We were sat in the cheap seats high up for a baseball game and still had a good view. Note that these seats are narrow with little leg room, so if you are large you might want to buy a seat on a lower tier,...More
usually, I did not see people wrote or planned to visit this place whenever they visit Tokyo. I spent an evening here and saw how the Japanese really adore their baseball teams. Here, you can a beautifully designed dome, the home of Giants team. I...More
We were told to attend a Japanese Professional Baseball Game while visiting, and it certainly is more highly-energized than MLB in the States. The stadium was packed, there were multi-section cheering sections for both the Tokyo Giants and their Yokohama rivals. Have to agree with...More
An evening at the Tokyo Dome watching some baseball is a must do. Enjoy the fans chant and sing for their teams, all night long. And don't get up for a beer, let the very attentive Beer Girls, run to your seat with your favorite...More
We spent a very enjoyable evening watching a baseball game between Tokyo and rivals Yokohama at the Tokyo dome. The enthusiasm of the supporters is fantastic with them chanting singing songs and a full band.
Tokyo dome is not only a baseball stadium, but fun...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.
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yes. I went to two different events at the Dome and took my own food 2 of 3 days I visited. I saw lots of Japanese eating their own food from home. I doubt that alcohol would be allowed. The Dome employs a group of people... More
yes. I went to two different events at the Dome and took my own food 2 of 3 days I visited. I saw lots of Japanese eating their own food from home. I doubt that alcohol would be allowed. The Dome employs a group of people who check contents of visitor's bags at entrance. They didn't object to food.