Japanese Grand Prix

Suzuka International Circuit, Japan

05 – 07 April 2024

The Suzuka Circuit is a thrilling track and appreciated by drivers and fans for the numerous overtaking opportunities, the bends and long straights that it offers. The hard braking zones and acceleration; eight-shaped track also includes a bridge at Turn 14, offering a unique sight in Formula 1. To view the action at the Bridge, we recommend you to purchase tickets in the V-shaped Grandstand G. The circuit also hosts some of the most famous corners, such as the characteristically shaped Spoon Curve. Buy your Japanese F1 ticket only today from NK Sports Tickets, partners with Sports Events. No hidden fees, what you see is what you pay.

We are partners with Official Formula 1 ticket providers dealing directly with event organizers to ensure the best service and prices for you to gain access to any Grand Prix of the season.

Travel Package 

We can tailor make your package upon Request

Travel and Event Information

 

Accommodation

Nagoya has developed into the country’s busiest port and has a comprehensive subway system making it very easy to get around the busy city. Being located in between Tokyo and Kyoto tourists use Nagoya as a base for daytrips to other locations close by. Some of the best views over Nagoya is from the observation decks on the Nagoya TV Tower  which stands 180 metres tall and includes an informative exhibition about its history and restaurant. In the heart of the city explore Hisaya Odori Park, where you see the beautiful trees, fountains and sculptures. Museums, Shrines and The Nagoya Castle are just a few among many Icons.
 
 
Booking your accommodation in Nagoya is recommended as its the nearest large city to Suzuka circuit (race circuit in Mie Prefecture, south of Nagoya), approximately 65km’s away and easily accessed on train in 1 hour.  Osaka is also worth booking your hotel at but the commute to the track is alot longer, therefore booking your accommodation in Nagoya is a  click away. Support our affiliation with our partner, Agoda  by reserving your own accommodation through the Agoda.com links on this page to take you to the booking portal.  We receive a small commission and you won’t pay more but rather save on the fantastic specials and deals. Click here to access and book your accommodation.  Book early to receive discounts and to avoid unavailability.  Accommodation can also be added to your Official Grand Prix tickets on request.
 

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Nearest Airport

Most intercontinental flights land at Tokyo’s Narita airport (NRT) or Osaka’s Kansai airport (KIX). From Tokyo, there are domestic flights to Nagoya’s airport, Chubu (NGO). Alternatively, you can make your way to Nagoya from both Tokyo or Osaka via high speed train (connected by the JR Tokaido Shinkansen) or bus (with Willer Express).  We recommend purchasing Japan Rail Passes.
 
 

Parking

At the time of the major events, the parking lots at Suzuka Circuit will definitely become full. We kindly ask the visitors to use the public transportation when coming to the circuit.

Coach & Bus

Japan has one of the most well connected public transport networks in the world, with trains being the most preferred option in most cities.  In smaller towns, local buses are the way to go.  More information on getting around in Nagoya or Osaka.

Taxi

Taxis in Japan are easily available,  safe and relatively inexpensive.  Taxis are also one of the few options available after midnight when trains and buses have stopped running.

Train

The best way to get to the track is to take the train. The circuit can be accessed by Kintetsu Railways from Osaka. Travelers coming from Tokyo should travel via Nagoya.

Getting from Nagoya to the Suzuki Circuit – By JR and Ise Tetsudo:

The closest railway station to the race circuit is Suzuka Circuit Ino Station (Hyperdia romanizes it as Suzukasakittoino), a 20 minute walk from the circuit.  The one way journey from Nagoya Station to Suzuka Circuit Ino Station takes 60-90 minutes and requires one transfer of trains at Suzuka Station (if you ride a Toba bound rapid train from Nagoya) or Yokkaichi Station (if you ride a Kameyama or Yokkaichi bound local train from Nagoya).  Over the grand prix weekend, special direct limited express trains named “Suzuka Grand Prix” operate between Nagoya Station and Suzuka Circuit Ino Station, taking one hour.   Seat reservations are mandatory on these trains.  Note that the Japan Rail Pass covers only part of the journey, since the section between Kawarada and Suzuka Circuit Ino Station is owned by a non-JR railway company.

By Kintetsu Railways

An alternative approach to the circuit is provided by Kintetsu Railways. The closest station, Shiroko Station, is a 20 minute bus ride from the circuit (410 yen one way).  The one way journey from Nagoya Station to Shiroko Station takes 40 minutes by limited express train (tokkyu) or 50 minutes by express train (kyuko). Kintetsu trains are not covered by the Japan Rail Pass.

How to get from Osaka to the Suzuka Circuit – By Kintetsu Railways:

There are two limited express train connections per hour from Osaka-Namba Station to Shiroko Station (100 minutes, 3170 yen one way). One is direct, while the other requires a transfer at Tsu Station along the way. Seat reservations are mandatory. From Shiroko Station, it is a 20 minute bus ride to the circuit (410 yen one way).

The train journey from Osaka-Namba to Shiroko Station can also be done by slower express trains, in which case the one way fare is only 1830 yen, but the trip takes about 2.5 hours and usually requires two transfers along the way.

Timetable

Full timetable information including support events will be published once it is released by the circuit near race weekend.

Can’t find what you are looking for or want a full package quote with flights, accommodation or transfers?

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Japanese Grand Prix

Suzuka International Circuit, Japan

05 – 07 April 2024

The Suzuka Circuit is a thrilling track and appreciated by drivers and fans for the numerous overtaking opportunities, the bends and long straights that it offers. The hard braking zones and acceleration; eight-shaped track also includes a bridge at Turn 14, offering a unique sight in Formula 1. To view the action at the Bridge, we recommend you to purchase tickets in the V-shaped Grandstand G. The circuit also hosts some of the most famous corners, such as the characteristically shaped Spoon Curve. Buy your Japanese F1 ticket only today from NK Sports Tickets, partners with Sports Events. No hidden fees, what you see is what you pay.

We are partners with Official Formula 1 ticket providers dealing directly with event organizers to ensure the best service and prices for you to gain access to any Grand Prix of the season.

Travel Package 

We can tailor make your package upon Request

Travel and Event Information

 

Accommodation

Nagoya has developed into the country’s busiest port and has a comprehensive subway system making it very easy to get around the busy city. Being located in between Tokyo and Kyoto tourists use Nagoya as a base for daytrips to other locations close by. Some of the best views over Nagoya is from the observation decks on the Nagoya TV Tower  which stands 180 metres tall and includes an informative exhibition about its history and restaurant. In the heart of the city explore Hisaya Odori Park, where you see the beautiful trees, fountains and sculptures. Museums, Shrines and The Nagoya Castle are just a few among many Icons.
 
Booking your accommodation in Nagoya is recommended as its the nearest large city to Suzuka circuit (race circuit in Mie Prefecture, south of Nagoya), approximately 65km’s away and easily accessed on train in 1 hour.  Osaka is also worth booking your hotel at but the commute to the track is alot longer, therefore booking your accommodation in Nagoya is aclick away. Support our affiliation with our partner, Agoda  by reserving your own accommodation through the Agoda.com links on this page to take you to the booking portal.  We receive a small commission and you won’t pay more but rather save on the fantastic specials and deals. Click here to access and book your accommodation.  Book early to receive discounts and to avoid unavailability.  Accommodation can also be added to your Official Grand Prix tickets on request.
 

 

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Nearest Airport

Most intercontinental flights land at Tokyo’s Narita airport (NRT) or Osaka’s Kansai airport (KIX). From Tokyo, there are domestic flights to Nagoya’s airport, Chubu (NGO). Alternatively, you can make your way to Nagoya from both Tokyo or Osaka via high speed train (connected by the JR Tokaido Shinkansen) or bus (with Willer Express).  We recommend purchasing Japan Rail Passes.
 
 

 

Parking

At the time of the major events, the parking lots at Suzuka Circuit will definitely become full. We kindly ask the visitors to use the public transportation when coming to the circuit.

Coach & Bus

Japan has one of the most well connected public transport networks in the world, with trains being the most preferred option in most cities.  In smaller towns, local buses are the way to go.  More information on getting around in Nagoya or Osaka.

Taxi

Taxis in Japan are easily available,  safe and relatively inexpensive.  Taxis are also one of the few options available after midnight when trains and buses have stopped running.

Train

The best way to get to the track is to take the train. The circuit can be accessed by Kintetsu Railways from Osaka. Travelers coming from Tokyo should travel via Nagoya.

Getting from Nagoya to the Suzuki Circuit – By JR and Ise Tetsudo:

The closest railway station to the race circuit is Suzuka Circuit Ino Station (Hyperdia romanizes it as Suzukasakittoino), a 20 minute walk from the circuit.  The one way journey from Nagoya Station to Suzuka Circuit Ino Station takes 60-90 minutes and requires one transfer of trains at Suzuka Station (if you ride a Toba bound rapid train from Nagoya) or Yokkaichi Station (if you ride a Kameyama or Yokkaichi bound local train from Nagoya).  Over the grand prix weekend, special direct limited express trains named “Suzuka Grand Prix” operate between Nagoya Station and Suzuka Circuit Ino Station, taking one hour.   Seat reservations are mandatory on these trains.  Note that the Japan Rail Pass covers only part of the journey, since the section between Kawarada and Suzuka Circuit Ino Station is owned by a non-JR railway company.

By Kintetsu Railways

An alternative approach to the circuit is provided by Kintetsu Railways. The closest station, Shiroko Station, is a 20 minute bus ride from the circuit (410 yen one way).  The one way journey from Nagoya Station to Shiroko Station takes 40 minutes by limited express train (tokkyu) or 50 minutes by express train (kyuko). Kintetsu trains are not covered by the Japan Rail Pass.

How to get from Osaka to the Suzuka Circuit – By Kintetsu Railways:

There are two limited express train connections per hour from Osaka-Namba Station to Shiroko Station (100 minutes, 3170 yen one way). One is direct, while the other requires a transfer at Tsu Station along the way. Seat reservations are mandatory. From Shiroko Station, it is a 20 minute bus ride to the circuit (410 yen one way).

The train journey from Osaka-Namba to Shiroko Station can also be done by slower express trains, in which case the one way fare is only 1830 yen, but the trip takes about 2.5 hours and usually requires two transfers along the way.

Timetable

Full timetable information including support events will be published once it is released by the circuit near race weekend.

Can’t find what you are looking for or want a full package quote with flights, accommodation or transfers?

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