Where to Eat in Tokyo Dome City

By Aleli Dorado
Updated: April 26, 2024

The "Tokyo Big Egg," Tokyo Dome City, is Tokyo's entertainment and sporting arena, housing the world's largest roofed baseball stadium. It plays host to heated baseball games, live concerts, and performances, and is surrounded by renowned sporting establishments and an amusement park. Aside from baseball, one can experience a fun adventure and adrenalin rush at the fastest and tallest roller coaster in Tokyo, the Thunder Dolphin. The Thunder Dolphin's intricate course combines several falls and curves and even circles around the world's largest center-less Ferris wheel, the Big O.

This sporting ground boasts not only heart-stopping games, but also offers mouthwatering fuel for sports enthusiasts, locals, and tourists alike. Enjoy a game of baseball with a bento created by the athletes and the coach of the Yomiuri Giants, or stop by at one of the many delicious Japanese restaurants in Tokyo Dome. In case you're not sure where to eat in Tokyo Dome City, we've compiled some of the best restaurants in the area!

Tokyo Dome

Where to Eat in Tokyo Dome City

Here are some recommended restaurants in Tokyo Dome City!

  1. Jojoen
  2. Shunpu Banri
  3. Marugame Seimen
  4. Moomin Bakery & Cafe [closed]
  5. Yugyoan Tankuma Kitamise
  6. Gyubei Souan
  7. Yebisu Bar

1. Jojoen


Savor an authentic yakiniku (Japanese barbecue) experience in Tokyo Dome City at Jojoen. While it's a chain restaurant, Jojoen certainly doesn't feel like it, with their wide range of delicious meats and fun DIY-atmosphere. Visitors love the no-muss, no-fuss vibe, and the succulent and high-quality meat available. An enormous variety of sauces will come your way, perfect for dipping into with all manner of sizzling meats, fresh off the grill.

2. Shunpu Banri

Courses from Shunpu Banri

On the 9th floor of LaQua, a shopping mall and entertainment area in Tokyo Dome City, Shunpu Banri is a higher-end restaurant that overlooks the twinkling city. If its sashimi and fresh seafood that you crave, then Shunpu Banri is your best bet. Sumptuously displayed plates of brilliantly colorful sashimi, platters of crunchy tempura, and cups of silky smooth chawanmushi (steamed egg custard) await. Bilingual menus make this restaurant accessible to English speakers as well as Japanese, and a variety of seating, from private rooms to the terrace outside, is available to suit different occasions.

3. Marugame Seimen

Marugame Seimen

For those wanting some affordable but tasty udon and tempura, strut your way to Marugame Seimen at the Tokyo Dome City food court. For ¥400, you can now slurp pipping hot udon. The style of udon served here is called sanuki udon, which has squared edges, and is made fo 100% Japanese flour. The udon at Marugame Seimen is made fresh every day, by the in-house noodle-making machine. On a chilly day, try curry udon; or on a sweltering and muggy summer day, the oroshi-shoyu udon with a hint of fresh lime should be your go-to. Accompany your udon with tempura, like ika-ten (squid tempura), satsumaimo-ten (sweet potato tempura), or even hanjuku tamago-ten (half-cooked egg tempura) with a gooey orange yolk.

4. Moomin Bakery & Cafe

Moomin-themed meals and goodies, anyone? Then the cutesy and homey Moomin Bakery & Cafe, will not only unleash the kid in you but will also fill your hungry tummies with their menu offerings. Even if you're all alone in Tokyo Dome, you don't have to dine solo; you can be joined by a Moomin plushie at the Moomin Bakery & Cafe in LaQua. With Finnish rye breads, dripping stacks of pancakes, and adorable Moomin omurice, you'll get to indulge in some classic comfort carbs.

Check out our full review of the Moomin Bakery and Cafe >>

5. Yugyoan Tankuma Kitamise

Yugyoan Tankuma Kitamise

For a taste of Kyoto in Tokyo, Yugyoan Tankuma Kitamise, serves sushi, teppanyaki, and tempura, Kyoto style. The restaurant's menu emphasizes the beauty of the four seasons, with dishes based on carefully-selected, fresh ingredients that are at their peak. For example, in the summer, congo eels are a delicacy; while during the chilly winter months, suppon-nabe (soft shelled turtle hot pot) is in season. Meal prices range from ¥2,300 for breakfast all the way up to ¥10,000 for a kaiseki set meal during dinner. The restaurant also features private rooms and a tea ceremony room.

6. Gyubei Souan

Gyubei Souan

Beef lovers unite at Gyubei Souan, which serves exquisite Yamagata Beef in choice cuts. Sink in your teeth into the high-quality wagyu (Japanese beef) offered here; it'll be a meal to remember. A course meal with six assorted cuts of Yamagata beef would cost you from ¥6,900 all the way up to ¥9,500 per serving. While on the pricier end, Gyubei Souan has consistently fantastic reviews with great cost performance and unfailing high-quality Yamagata beef.

7. Yebisu Bar

Cap off a night of baseball or quench your thirst after a concert with a cold beer from Yebisu Bar, which is owned by Sapporo Breweries. The bar serves an array of brews and cocktails to choose from. You can also select some chow from their menu of Yebisu set meals and appetizers, like crispy-juicy karaage (Japanese fried chicken) and cheese platters. It's a welcoming and relaxed environment, where you can toss back a few beers from their extensive drink menu and enjoy time with family and friends.

Tokyo Dome, with its notable engineering, is indeed a great representation of Japan's love for baseball. This complex is a sanctuary for sports lovers, music enthusiasts, and thrill seekers alike. Indeed, a trip to Tokyo Dome will not only satisfy your craving for an adrenalin rush; it would also replenish your energy with its tasty food offerings. Check out any of these restaurants in this guide to Where to Eat in Tokyo Dome City and fill up on delicious food! Then, get back out there into the fray and enjoy the rest of your day at Tokyo Dome!

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Aleli Dorado
Aleli is a wanderlust whose main itinerary is to culture soak in the places that she sets foot on, sinking her teeth in the gustatory offerings that the place has to offer and knowing the story behind it. Food for her is a marriage of the sights, sounds, smells, and tastes of the rich history of every city she explores and uses the pen as her tool to share to the world each unique experience she unravels.
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