If you are looking for a place to take the family, Osaka Dome is a good choice. It is a popular tourist spot representing the ... More
If you are looking for a place to take the family, Osaka Dome is a good choice. It is a popular tourist spot representing the newer side of Osaka. Opened in March 1997, Osaka Dome is a multipurpose indoor arena. It can be adapted for sports, concerts and other events by customizing into different shapes and sizes. Inside the arena there are restaurants and shops, which operate all year, even on no-event days. In the Simland Q Park you can experience life in space and what life would be like in a city of the future.
I'm not a baseball fan but I decided to swing by the Osaka Dome to pick up a keepsake of Japanese baseball anyway.
Since it wasn't a game day the place was quite but with a fairly steady stream of visitors. The dome itself looks pretty futuristic and makes for a great photo for your time in Japan.
As for the inside of the dome it has some fast food places and a team goods shop. You can get a pretty nice selection of goods for your favorite Japanese team and even some things for the American teams.
In short, how much you're into baseball is the key to how much you'll like Osaka Dome. If you're not a fan like me it's a decent way to spend an hour to 90 minutes.
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