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Went to the A's-Mariners game in March. Ended up being Ichiro's final MLB game. The stadium was nice enough but it felt a bit muggy. I had heard that there is no air conditioning in the dome. The food selection was kind of blah. Enjoyed...More
It’s a dome, but it’s still a great experience. Japanese baseball fans are awesome. The energy in the building was amazing. I had standing room only tickets. Would definitely plan ahead, as games do sell out and it’s more difficult to get walk-up tickets for...More
This is a unique experience for an American used to Philadelphia baseball. There didn't seem to be a bad seat in the place and the energy from the musicians, fan section and beer girls was incomparable.
We're from the US and love baseball so knew we wanted to watch a game while in Japan. The whole experience was really enjoyable and we loved the atmosphere at the game of everyone chanting. The day we went everyone was given a FREE Under...More
I’m American and I’ve been to a game at almost half the MLB stadiums and I have never experienced anything close to what I got to experience in Tokyo. Nonstop chanting and singing, fans are waving flags and playing trumpets... it’s the type of atmosphere...More
Went there to see the Giants defeat the Buffaloes in a exciting game. The Giants fell behind halfway into the game only to get back on track in the next inning, making it an even 2-2. In the 8th, they took the win by scoring...More
Probably the highlight of my Tokyo trip. We were lucky to get tickets to NPB at Tokyo Dome, and even luckier to catch the game of the top two teams - Tokyo Giants Vs. Hiroshima Carp! The entire stadium was filled with the red and...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.