Suzuka Circuit in Mie Prefecture is about much more than F1 racing, although that’s a definite highlight of the location. The circuit was created as the first full-scale international racing course in Japan. This Japanese Mecca for motorsports opened in 1962, and since then it’s become home to racing of every sort—and an amazing assortment of family-friendly activities that everyone can enjoy.
From cars to motorbikes to go-karts, Suzuka Circuit is reputed for its theme of a theme park of mobility. Aside from hosting several racing events every year that spectators flock to enjoy, the circuit is also home to Motopia Amusement Park that lets visitors of all ages test out their need for speed on a variety of vehicles. For fans of racing who want a more in-depth racing experience, the Suzuka Circuit Racing School offers classes and training to motorsport fans.
After a long day of racing and wheeling around Suzuka Circuit, be sure to visit their natural hot spring, Kur Garden, for a relaxing time. There’s something for everyone in the family at Suzuka Circuit; it even makes for a fun date spot—they also have wedding facilities for hardcore racing couples.
This amusement park inside Suzuka Circuit has pkenty of amazing attractions to thrill the whole family. Their summer-only Aqua Adventure zone is sure to cool you off while their many vehicle attractions get you heated up!
This on-site hotel offers package plans to guests wishing to stay longer. Their food and service are first-rate, and kids are sure to love these racing themed rooms. It also homes the natural hot spring Kur Garden, a gentle alkaline hot spring with an open-air bath and sauna.
A 15-minute walk from Suzuka Circuit Ino Station.
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