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Tokyo Dome City

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Keiko
Keiko
March 15, 2017
Tokyo Dome City is a leisure complex in central Tokyo consisting of the Tokyo Dome baseball stadium, an amusement park, the LaQua spa, a variety of shops and restaurants and Tokyo Dome Hotel.
Maki
Maki
March 15, 2017
Roller Coasters, Japanese spa.
North
North
September 16, 2016
The most famous baseball stadium in Japan.
Kiyoshi
Kiyoshi
August 23, 2016
Tokyo Dome City is a leisure complex in central Tokyo consisting of the Tokyo Dome baseball stadium, an amusement park, the LaQua spa, a variety of shops and restaurants and Tokyo Dome Hotel. The amusement complex used to be known as Korakuen, named after the former baseball stadium, which in turn…
Nobu
Nobu
April 10, 2016
The homebase of Yomiuri Giant. Not only baseball, Tokyo Dome City has lots of shops and resturants also.

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33, Tokyo 113-0033
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