Fuji International Speedway

Sightseeing information about Fuji International Speedway in Japan.

Fuji International Speedway4.5

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Circuit 4563 meters Japan's biggest racing course runs back to Mt. Fuji.
Open at 1966.
There are Gymkhana Course, Short Course and Drift Course, and you can enjoy various motor sports.
You can also experience seminars and sports driving of various licenses, and in new Toyota Traffic Safety Center "Mobilita", interactive driving schools for traffic safety are conducted for individuals, companies and organizations.
Car racing and other various events are held, and many people visit from home and abroad.

Access by car: 10 minutes from Suganuma intersection to Subashiri at National Route No.246, turn right at the intersection with signboard for 5 minutes

Airport/Sta.Ashigara St. (about 5.6km) Google Transit


4.0in the last week

It's a race course, not sure what to tell ya. Interesting for motor sport fans, there is the old banking and lots of different events on weekends, like drifting and gymkhana. Also bike races, but we can just pretend that never happened.

3.0a month ago

The atmosphere during a race is great, however there aren’t many activities around the track other than a run down go carting experience. I recommend Suzuka circuit for people interested in visiting a race track. They have many attractions and you can even go cart around the track.

5.0in the last week

Best track I have been to in Japan! Lots of events hosted here and you can get access via train/expressway bus and then either taxi (about ¥3,500 one way) or shuttle bus (during certain events, but only run certain times).

3.0a month ago

Not great accessibility by transit but nice roads nearby if driving or riding there.

Food options depend on event and vendors but usually lots of drink vending machines.

No baby care rooms or facility however so parents take notice!!

4.0a month ago

Great facility with a long history. Friendly and helpful staff. Clean toilets. Dogs can enter.
Only downside is it needs more places to get food.

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