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Fukuoka Dome

4.4/5100 Reviews
Stadium

Business Hours

Closed Now, Reopens today 10:00-16:00(Local Time)

Address

2 Chome-2-2 Jigyohama, Chuo Ward, Fukuoka, Fukuoka Prefecture 810-8660, Japan
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About Fukuoka Dome

The Fukuoka Dome is the largest indoor baseball field (with retractable roof) in the world. The baseball field is currently used for other sporting events as well as concerts.

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  • 快乐时光
    5.0

    Fukuoka Giant Egg Hilton Hotel, walking for seven or eight minutes is the landmark building of Fukuoka quot; Fukuoka quot;! Shengang Giant Egg is the earliest scalable stadium in Japan and the largest baseball stadium held in Japan. On July 25, 2017, we saw the first wonderful local stadium in our life. It's clean and tidy, orderly and convenient. There's also air conditioning on the court. It's not too tired for a three-hour game. It's really comfortable to watch a great baseball game!

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  • Chenhutamu
    5.0

    You can get near Fukuoka Giant Egg by subway. It takes about 15 minutes to walk there. The Big Egg is now home to the Soft Eagles, so there are basically games from spring to autumn. There is a Museum of Wang Zhenzhi in the Big Egg. You can visit it if you have time.

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  • lulu0531
    5.0

    Fukuoka Egg is next to Bodo Bay. It looks very fashionable and charming. It's not far from Fukuoka Tower. It's about a quarter of an hour's walk from Fukuoka Tower. You can see a circular building with striking shape.

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    Reviewed on 1490933477000
  • 张老师
    5.0

    Outdoor concerts are more or less affected by the weather, so indoor venues are the first choice for performers. Here, I have to mention the "Big Egg Stadium" which is shaped like a huge egg. Some Japanese national-level stars only enjoy the "Big Egg Tour", which often refers to the "Big Eggs" distributed throughout Japan. Now let's get to know which "Big Eggs" are. It's very big.

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    Reviewed on 1484104700000
  • 水果礼篮
    4.0

    It was in Fukuoka Harbor that we looked at the giant eggs. We didn't get close to the giant eggs on our trip. In fact, the photos were taken on the cruise ship of Fukuoka Harbor, mainly the port pictures. We took all the pictures, so we could not feel lost.

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    Reviewed on 1534947174000
  • Tiramisu8511
    5.0

    Today, after visiting the gymnasium, I was shocked to see all the big eggs on the sea. I would like to go to the gymnasium again without doing anything, just sit at the entrance of the gymnasium. All the young people in Hilton Fukuoka can see the big eggs in the distance.

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    Reviewed on 1478265507000
  • WaNG4649
    5.0

    Fukuoka Big Egg is the home court of Japanese baseball team Softbank. Every time there is a baseball match, it is very busy around. The baseball game in Japan is very popular in the locality. Fukuoka Egg also does some activities.

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  • E24****218
    5.0

    In fact, although this place is in the middle of the city, it is still relatively remote, and there is nothing to watch nearby. If you pass by here, you can see it, but its shape is really unique and modern.

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    Reviewed on 1508411623000
  • E24****273
    5.0

    Actually, it's a very magnificent building. Others say it's a gymnasium. It's really a big, modern and elegant building. It's kind of like a place for a concert. There are many billboards for a concert.

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    Reviewed on 1508427968000
  • E24****275
    5.0

    Many famous actors and singers will come here. It seems that singing a song here is very famous. It is a place of trust, but the location is far away and the traffic is not very convenient.

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    Reviewed on 1508425898000
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