Breathtaking illuminations on the racecourse grounds @ Tokyo City Keiba
"Keiba" is the Japanese word for horse racing. Tokyo City Keiba (TCK) is a horse racing track in the heart of Tokyo, famous for its Twinkle Night Races, and the first horse racing track in Japan to host Night races took place, which to this day are a popular spectacle at horse racing fields all over Japan.
It also offers a variety of fun activities, including beautiful illuminations, delicious food, and major events. You can place bets on machines that start at just 100 yen.
Various lights are set up from April to December to add splashes of color to the nightly racetrack. In the restaurant "" Diamond Turn "" you also have a direct view of the races.
The L-Wing is the main hub of the Tokyo City Keiba and Oi Racecourse. Here you can access the Paddock and Racecourse as well as betting machines, eateries, beer hall, and even exclusive Wing Rooms – reservable group seating that caters up to 11 people.
Many horse enthusiasts know that checking out the horses before the race starts is crucial to choosing a betting horse. But even new racing fans can enjoy looking at these beautiful horses and admiring their walk, coat, and disposition.
As race day goes on and you feel yourself getting hungry there are plenty of places to fill up; or if food isn’t what you’re after then visit the huge beer hall where you can drink a cold one and enjoy watching the races at the same time.
If loud crowds aren’t your thing then why not consider renting out a Wing Room? These rooms seat up to 11 people comfortably and allow for a more intimate time with friends and family. Not to mention the premium view of the races.
The closest station to TCK is Tokyo Monorail’s “Oikeibajo-mae Station.” It is around 8 minutes from Tokyo Monorail’s starting station, “Hamamatsucho Station (Monorail Hamamatsucho).” You can also reach TCK from Haneda Airport’s International Terminal in about 10 minutes.
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