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Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka

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Cheer for your favorite racer at Suzuka Circuit, Japan’s top motorsport race track, and visit it Motopia theme park in between the events. A combination of year-round, diverse racing events and a park with a world-class roller coaster and a large observation wheel makes the visit ideal for all-day visits with the family. The Grand Prix circuit has 17 turns in its 5.8 km (3.6 mi) length. You'll hear commentary in Japanese, but you can rent equipment at a kiosk or use a phone F1 app to get English information. The circuit, run by Honda Motor Company, can seat 155,000 people, and sits 15 minutes walk from Suzuka Circuit Ino railway station. With our international travel planner, Suzuka attractions like Suzuka Circuit can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • We went to Suzuka Circuit not because of watching car race but just for fun in Motopia, the theme park in Suzuka Circuit. We didn't try a lot of games but the Go Kart was exciting especially for kids....  more »
  • I would definitely recommend this place, despite not being easily accessible.I would recommend to avoid weekends in summertime, since there would be many Japanese people visiting. There are several ki...  more »
  • You know how most children are always bored during races? Say no more as this one is adjacent to a kid playground. Although the playground itself is meant for smaller children (Around 4 - 10 years old...  more »
  • World-famous circuit hosting events from F1 to Super GT endurance races. Even though we got a ticket in the stands, we walked around the entire track and got to see all the different corners and they were attacked by different drivers (great experience). Lots of food trucks/stands located just outside the stands. On race days, there are also lots of stands set up selling race/team/manufacturer memorabilia to fans and enthusiasts alike. Came here a few years ago for my first taste of Super GT and hope to pay another visit soon for F1.
  • Expensive because you need pay to entry fee to theme park before going to circuit and pay parking is ¥1000. Alternatively park free at nearby Panchico slot machine and walk. But still need to pay entry fee via theme park.
  • This circuit is cool. I love to come back again
  • It is an awesome place to hangout in the evening. There is adventure park kind of thing for the kids, lots of restaurants, cart racings and lot many things. Very good place
  • Clean awesome track ! Nice track to drive on and experience too ! Lots of events organize by Suzuka

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