- Address: Tokyo
- Country: Japan
- Capacity: 45,000
- Opened: 17 March 1988
- Main use: Baseball
- Tenants: Yomiuri Giants (baseball)
Extra stadium info – Tokyo Dome
The construction costs of the venue were ¥35 billion. Its construction started in 1985. The Tokyo Dome is known as a venue for several events, like American football, baseball, basketball, concerts, football, kickboxing, mixed martial arts, monster truck events and wrestling. It hosted the first American football match in Japan with an attendance above 50,000 when two NFL teams faced each other.
Several Major League Baseball clubs played at the Tokyo Dome. Major League Baseball is known as the most popular baseball league in the world. The New York Yankees, the first MLB club with 20 World Series titles, played at the venue. The Boston Red Sox also played at the Tokyo Dome. They are known as the arch-rivals of the Yankees. The Yomiuri Giants, one of the major baseball clubs in Japan, have been tenants of the stadium since 1988. The club was founded in 1934. The Yomiuri Giants won the Japan Series in 2002 for the 20th time in their history. The Hanshin Tigers are known as their arch-rivals.