I will talk about the history of the Tokyo Dome, we will visit the Hall of Fame and the Yomiuri Giants team store, and some of the surrounding areas such as the amusement park and some of the resorts
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Meet at the Suidobashi Station
Go to the Tokyo Green Hotel Korakuen
Tokyo Dome City Hall, which was multipurpose hall opened in March 2008. While the hall can accommodate about 3,000 people, all seats are located within 30 meters from the stage creating immersive experience for audiences.
See the Tokyo Dome Hotel
Go to the Korakuen Hall, which is considered the Madison Square Garden of pro wrestling and also hosts kick boxing, boxing, martial arts, etc. If there is no baseball game at the Tokyo Dome but is an event here, this could be an option.
Go to the Tokyo Dome City Attractions: One of the most popular theme parks in Tokyo and are best known for Thunder Dolphin roller coaster and Big O Ferris Wheel (Going on rides is optional)
Prism Hall: Convention floor space of about 2,800 m², ceiling height of 5 m, maximum capacity of 2,000. A variety of business events and exhibitions are held here. If the Giants are not playing at the Tokyo Dome and there is an event here, that could be an option.
Visit the Japanese Baseball Hall of Fame
Watch the Giants game (If they are playing a home game). The baseball season has just begun and if you would like to see a game, please ask me about the schedule. Tickets sell out fast so we need to buy them fast. Prices start from 2400 yen.
I expect the customers to experience the environment and atmosphere of the Tokyo Dome, one of the most historic venues in all of Japan. From Japan's most storied baseball team, the concerts of world famous musicians such as Michael Jackson, Mick Jagger, Bon Jovi, Mariah Carey, Celine Dion, U2, and many more, this is the venue where Buster Posey knocked out Mike Tyson in what we know as one of if not the greatest upset in not just boxing but the history of sports, to me as an avid sports fan, this venue is a must see for other sports fans visiting Tokyo, or those who are just interested in the entertainment industry in general, but those who enjoy baseball, especially when going to see the Japanense baseball's most storied franchise, in an electric atmosphere, I can't see how you won't get a kick out of this.
Transportation fee which round 200 yen but it could depend on what station you are coming from. We will be walking the whole time so there won'tHall of Fame, Amusement park, Giants game, miscellaneous events, food
Customers should know the history of the Tokyo Dome, how important the Giants are to Japanese baseball history, and what else is in the area besides baseball.