Kyocera Dome Osaka is a multipurpose dome stadium and leisure complex located in Osaka City’s Nishi Ward.
The dome, built after the Tokyo Dome and Fukuoka Dome, has a distinctive futuristic appearance and has become a new landmark in Osaka.
Originally called the Osaka Dome, it was renamed Kyocera Dome Osaka in July 2006.
|name||Kyocera Dome Osaka|
|business hours||Varies depending on the content of the event|
|business holiday||Monday (Open on national holidays and event days)|
|fee||Varies depending on the event.|
|residence||2-1, Chiyozaki 3-chome, Nishi-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka|
A short walk from Exit 1 of Osaka Municipal Subway Dome-mae-Chiyozaki Station.