Kyocera Dome-Kyocera

Kyocera
Kyocera

Kyocera Dome
The Osaka Dome, which opened in 1997, is a 36,000 seat capacity baseball and concert venue in Osaka. It is often referred to as the Kyocera Dome because the Kyoto-based company owns the naming rights until 2011. It is home to the Orix Buffaloes baseball team, and also a part-time home for the Hanshin Tigers during the early spring, before they start their Koshien schedule. Its unique design has made it an Osaka landmark.

Kyocera
Kyocera

Kyocera Dome II
The Osaka Dome, which opened in 1997, is a 36,000 seat capacity baseball and concert venue in Osaka. It is often referred to as the Kyocera Dome because the Kyoto-based company owns the naming rights until 2011. It is home to the Orix Buffaloes baseball team, and also a part-time home for the Hanshin Tigers during the early spring, before they start their Koshien schedule. Its unique design has made it an Osaka landmark.

Kyocera
Kyocera

Kyocera Dome Osaka
The Osaka Dome, which opened in 1997, is a 36,000 seat capacity baseball and concert venue in Osaka. It is often referred to as the Kyocera Dome because the Kyoto-based company owns the naming rights until 2011. It is home to the Orix Buffaloes baseball team, and also a part-time home for the Hanshin Tigers during the early spring, before they start their Koshien schedule. Its unique design has made it an Osaka landmark.

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