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Tokyo Dome City

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Yukio
Yukio
January 23, 2019
With free entry to the premises and minimal waits, the Tokyo Dome City Attractions area allows you to enjoy as much or as little of its 21st century amusement park as you like. Start with the pulse-pounding Thunder Dolphin roller coaster, which weaves through various structures including the…
Kanako
Kanako
October 1, 2017
A multifuntional complex. A concert hall. sports arena theme park
Tokyo Pads
Tokyo Pads
October 2, 2017
Amusement park right within the heart of the city.
Yuni
Yuni
September 2, 2019
ProBaseball stadium, Hot spring center, Attractions, Big Shopping mall, restaurants, ect..You will spend a fantastic time^^ Access: Nippori stn(Yamanote line)--Kanda stn(Chuo-Sobu local line)--Suidobashi stn
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Y
November 12, 2017
I special recommend you roller coaster!Enjoy!!

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