The fans who fill Nagoya Dome on a Dragons' game day make this stadium a feared site among opposing teams. Try to sit ... More
Nagoya Dome (Home of the Dragons)
The fans who fill Nagoya Dome on a Dragons' game day make this stadium a feared site among opposing teams. Try to sit near the cheering section, easily identifiable because everyone will be wearing blue and white and everyone will be cheering in unison with the "cheerleaders" in front. The atmosphere is thick when the Dragons take on the Tokyo Giants, but it is all in good fun, and most foreigners leave exhilarated. Nagoya Dome also hosts the world-class musicians that frequently pass through town. Check schedules for game/concert days and times.
Sleek, crisp accommodations boast an inviting melange of plush comfort and sophisticated international decor. Conveniently situated within easy access of
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