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This place houses martial arts contests as well as occasional rock concerts. I saw the Japan men and women's teams win first place in the World Kendo competition as well as Eric Clapton perform on a tour. It is located within a gorgeous park.
Been here for a New Japan Pro Wrestling G1 event that was sold out. The first day I was sitted at B1 at the 2nd most expensive sitting. It was a comfortable and spacious sitting, however as everybody was sitted at the same level, if...More
Even if you don't see a concert here, and your in the area, why not stop by and see the concert venue that made Cheap Trick popular. This is the venue where Cheap Trick recorded there live album in 1978. Live at the Budokan.
Been here about 11 times in the past 10 years. Have been sat everywhere from the front to the stands to the guest seats. The acoustics are still great, you could be standing at the second floor and still hear everything clearly. The surrounding is...More
We were lucky enough to see Paul McCartney in concert here. This was something of a religious experience for my husband who is Beatle mad. He appreciated that he was seeing Paul in the very same venue The Beatles had performed in back in 1966....More
What surprised me at this place was not only the tradition local sport and culture presence, but also the interactivity between families and multi nation people in the same place. Great view from all sections and chairs, great acustic and confort for viewers. I watched...More
Opposite the Yushukan, take the additional time to walk, see and awe the architecture... very nice walk through the park, with full sized moats and hundreds of feet high side walls... making this place a true castle converted with the Budokan...
Good place to take...More
It is an iconic venue, however, it definitely needs some updating. The drop down ceiling, the not well working AC system, having said that, the venue is small, so pretty much all seats are good. Been to Tokyo Dome and Saitama Arena and they are...More
I went to Mayday concert at Nippon Budokan, and got there early in the morning to ensure I can buy all the limited products I want. The place is safe with security guard patrolling. There is a place with many vendor machines offering different hot...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.