|Location||1-3-61 Kōraku, Bunkyō-ku, Tōkyō|
|Owner||Tokyo Dome Corporation|
|Field dimensions||Facility Capacity Area
Site: 112,456 m2 (27.788 acres)
Tokyo Dome (東京ドーム Tōkyō Dōmu) is a 55,000-seat  stadium (actual capacity: 42,000 seats) located in Bunkyō Ward of Tōkyō. It is the home field of the Yomiuri Giants baseball team, and has also hosted basketball, American football and association football games, as well as puroresu matches, mixed martial arts events, K-1, monster truck races, and music concerts. It is also the location of the Japanese Baseball Hall of Fame which chronicles the history of baseball in Japan. Its dome-shaped roof is an air-supported structure, a flexible membrane held up by slightly pressurizing the inside of the stadium.
Tokyo Dome's original nickname was "The Big Egg", with some calling it the "Tokyo Egg Dome". However, the nickname gradually fell from use as the years went on, and is nowadays rarely heard. It opened for business on 1988/3/17 and was built close to the site of its predecessor, Kōrakuen Stadium.
The Tokyo Dome has hosted several championship prize fights, including the heavyweight boxing championship fight on 1990/2/10, where Mike Tyson lost the championship to 42–1 shot James "Buster" Douglas by a tenth-round knockout.
New Japan Pro-Wrestling holds an annual Tokyo Dome event on 1/4, attracting record crowds. It was the most anticipated puroresu event of the year.