I presume you're talking about All Japan (correct me if I'm wrong). If so, here are the trademarks of the promotion (and I mean classic AJPW, not current):
1. super stiff work 2. clean pinfall finishes 3. main event wrestlers with multiple finishers 4. long matches (40+ minutes for title matches or 6-mans) 5. a tier of main eventers, who are mostly equal 6. a match starts slow and builds to many near falls
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I got fourth row behind the announcers once. It was pretty decent then, but with the announcer tables set so far back now, I don't think any particular spot would be much better than the other. Maybe if you are near the entrance ramp...