Tokyo Dome City

Tokyo Dome City Guide – Amusement Park

Tokyo Dome City is an easy destination amusement park. Kids from 6+ to teens can enjoy a half day at the Tokyo Dome City riding cool water thrills, roller coasters and drop and scream attractions.  Toddlers and pre-K also have fun on the merry-go-round and the huge ferris wheel. Korakoen is centrally located on multiple train lines and has easy parking access directly under the park.

img_9890Tokyo Dome City – Amusement Park

The park is separated into five zones. However, the three zones to spend most of your time are the LaQua Zone, the Parachute Zone, and the Viking Zone.  If you have 3+ hours and think you will be able to ride more than four rides, I would recommend you buy the day pass, or the Ride 5 pass (2,600 JPY for age 3+). The night pass discount is also great for teens who can enjoy the super views.img_laqua001

The LaQua Zone favourites for our family are the Big-O which is a huge hub less ferris wheel which has great viewsimg_parachute-land003 on a clear day; the Thunder Dolphin which is a roller coaster which actually goes through the middle of the Big-O, and the Venus Lagoon merry-go-round.

The Viking Zone has a few amusement rides that 3+ or over 100 centimeters tall kids can ride. The Kid Hacker a img_8289-1free fall ride is thrilling as you drop, as well as the toddler friendly Bun Bun Bee ride that spins you like a bee.

img_laqua002  The Parachute Zone is great for 3+ kids with Bloom Express which rocks and rolls, Water Cannon which test kids hands eye coordination and Flash Rush where kids can burn off some extra sugar.

Tokyo Dome City Amusement  
Address:  Tokyo Dome Complex, 1-3-61 Koraku, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 112-0004
Phone: 03-3817-6196
img_9896Hours: Open everyday: 10:00 – 21:00
Cost: 420-1,030 JPY per ride, or day passes 2,100 – 3,900 JPY, Ride 5 2,600 JPY, night pass after 17:00 2,400 – 2,900 JPY
Access: 5 min walk from Suidobashi Station on the JR Chuo-Soba, or Mita Line. 10 minute walk from Korakuen Station on the Marunouchi or Namboku Lines, 8 mins walk from Kasuga Station on the Oedo Line. Tokyo Dome also has parking – ask for your discount ticket when you leave the Rollerskating Rink.
Tokyo Dome City is best accessed from Suidobashi Station on the JR Chuo Line (only the yellow local trains stop here) or from Korakuen Station (served by the Marunouchi and Namboku Subway Lines) or the adjacent Kasuga Station (served by the Oedo and Mita Subway Lines).img_8282

Tokyo Dome City – Amusement Park


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