Japan Moto GP

Twin Ring Motegi Circuit, Motegi, Japan

04 – 06 October 2024

Located in the town of Motegi in the eastern Tochigi Prefecture, Twin Ring Motegi is the host of the Japanese MotoGP. A Place where the 21st Century meets traditional culture with Motegi being a major attraction for motorsport fans all year round. Built by Honda as an ultimate testing and showcase facility. The venue contains the Honda Collection Hall, a safety and riding school, dirt and go-kart tracks, hotel, restaurant, shops and event halls. The name of the circuit comes from its two racing courses: the Super Speedway, an oval American-style course, and the Road Course, which has a European-style layout. Buy your Japan MotoGP tickets only today from NK Sports Tickets, partners with Sports Events. Our variety of Japan Moto GP Tickets feature no hidden fees, what you see is what you pay.

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

Travel Package 

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Travel and Event Information

 

Accommodation

Tokyo and Motegi are our suggested places to stay while attending the Japan Moto GP.  Tokyo is Japan’s capital city, home to many world class art galleries, museums, staggeringly diverse nightlife options and cutting-edge technology, you’ll never be stuck for things to do or places to go in Tokyo. The cultural megacenter to tens of millions of people with vibrant fashions, robot restaurants, maid cafes but just as devoted to preserving tradition through its historical gardens, shrines and temples. It is without doubt one of the busiest cities with so many different experiences to explore on your visit!

The little town of Motegi in Tochigi is not just famous for its circuit racing — you will find hidden beauties almost every season in this beautiful town. Motegi is also the site of “Twin Ring Motegi”, a complex built by Honda which hosts all types of car and go-cart racing, the Honda Collection Hall transport museum, a resort-style hotel, and the “Hello Woods” camping and nature area. A thirty-minute walk northeast from the Motegi train station is Mount Shiroyama where seasonal festivals are held on its top and is a beautiful tourist attraction.  You will feel relaxed and peaceful in this town surrounded by rich nature with a variety of scenery of all four seasons and welcomed with friendliness.

Booking your accommodation in Tokyo or Motegi 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

Twin Ring Motegi Circuit is located in central Japan,  approximately 100 miles north Tokyo,23 miles east of Utsunomiya and 25 miles north-west of Mito and the nearest town is Motegi. The nearest airport to Motegi is Ibaraki (IBR) Airport which is 42.6 km away. However, there are better options for getting to Motegi. You can take a train from Tokyo Haneda (HND) to Motegi via Hamamatsucho, Hamamatsucho, Tokyo, Oyama(Tochigi), and Shimodate in around 3h 55m.   Other nearby airports include Tokyo Narita (NRT) (84.7 km), Tokyo Haneda (HND) (113.5 km), Niigata (KIJ) (185.6 km) and Sendai (SDJ) (192 km).
 
 

Getting to the Circuit

Motegi is located 145km away from Tokyo, the biggest city in Japan and the central transport hub. Visitors travelling by air then reach the circuit via the brilliantly efficient public transport, with bullet trains taking you from Tokyo Station to Utzunomiya station in Tochigi in 50 minutes. Train tickets can be booked in advance and may be purchased from the train company’s website or app.  From Utsunomiya Station you can take various modes of transport.  The cheapest way is to drive which takes 36 minutes.  The quickest way to get from Utsunomiya (Station) to TwinRing Motegi is to taxi and takes 36 min. The bus from bus stop no.3 (West Exit) to Twin Ring Motegi which would take 90 minutes.  Or you could take the train from Utsunomiya to Kobana (38 minutes) and then from Kobana to TwinRing Motegi circuit (29 minutes).

Bus

Some buses run from Utsunomiya Station in Tochigi to Twin Ring Motegi. From Utsunomiya Station take the west exit and ride the bus from bus stop #3 going toward Twin Ring Motegi. The ride will take about 80 minutes. If getting to Motegi and then taking a bus is easier for you, the bus described above stops once at Motegi Station. From Motegi Station, the bus ride is about 20 minutes.

Car Hire

It is suggested to hire a car.  To reach Motegi by road from Tokyo, you have two options:

  • Take the Joban Expressway out of the city and continue towards Mito.  Take the Mito exit and, from the toll gate, head towards Kasama for 200 m, turning left at the first signal and then turn right at the next signal on this road. This road eventually merges into Prefecture Road 52; then follow Mito – Motegi Road (Prefecture Road 51) to arrive at the South Gate.
  • Take the Tohuko Expressway towards Utsunomiya.   Take the Utsunomiya exit and from the toll gate, follow along Nat. Route 119, merging into Nat. Route 4.  At Hirade intersection, turn left towards Yanagida Bridge. Follow Prefecture Road 69, merging into. Nat. Road 123 which leads to the the North Gate.

Timetable

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

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Japan Moto GP

Twin Ring Motegi Circuit, Motegi, Japan

04 – 06 October 2024

Located in the town of Motegi in the eastern Tochigi Prefecture, Twin Ring Motegi is the host of the Japanese MotoGP. A Place where the 21st Century meets traditional culture with Motegi being a major attraction for motorsport fans all year round. Built by Honda as an ultimate testing and showcase facility. The venue contains the Honda Collection Hall, a safety and riding school, dirt and go-kart tracks, hotel, restaurant, shops and event halls. The name of the circuit comes from its two racing courses: the Super Speedway, an oval American-style course, and the Road Course, which has a European-style layout. Buy your Japan MotoGP tickets only today from NK Sports Tickets, partners with Sports Events. Our variety of Japan Moto GP Tickets feature no hidden fees, what you see is what you pay.

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

Travel Package 

We can tailor make your package upon Request

Travel and Event Information

 

Accommodation

Tokyo and Motegi are our suggested places to stay while attending the Japan Moto GP.  Tokyo is Japan’s capital city, home to many world class art galleries, museums, staggeringly diverse nightlife options and cutting-edge technology, you’ll never be stuck for things to do or places to go in Tokyo. The cultural megacenter to tens of millions of people with vibrant fashions, robot restaurants, maid cafes but just as devoted to preserving tradition through its historical gardens, shrines and temples. It is without doubt one of the busiest cities with so many different experiences to explore on your visit!

The little town of Motegi in Tochigi is not just famous for its circuit racing — you will find hidden beauties almost every season in this beautiful town. Motegi is also the site of “Twin Ring Motegi”, a complex built by Honda which hosts all types of car and go-cart racing, the Honda Collection Hall transport museum, a resort-style hotel, and the “Hello Woods” camping and nature area. A thirty-minute walk northeast from the Motegi train station is Mount Shiroyama where seasonal festivals are held on its top and is a beautiful tourist attraction.  You will feel relaxed and peaceful in this town surrounded by rich nature with a variety of scenery of all four seasons and welcomed with friendliness.

Booking your accommodation in Tokyo or Motegi 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

Twin Ring Motegi Circuit is located in central Japan,  approximately 100 miles north Tokyo,23 miles east of Utsunomiya and 25 miles north-west of Mito and the nearest town is Motegi. The nearest airport to Motegi is Ibaraki (IBR) Airport which is 42.6 km away. However, there are better options for getting to Motegi. You can take a train from Tokyo Haneda (HND) to Motegi via Hamamatsucho, Hamamatsucho, Tokyo, Oyama(Tochigi), and Shimodate in around 3h 55m.   Other nearby airports include Tokyo Narita (NRT) (84.7 km), Tokyo Haneda (HND) (113.5 km), Niigata (KIJ) (185.6 km) and Sendai (SDJ) (192 km).
 
 

Getting to the Circuit

Motegi is located 145km away from Tokyo, the biggest city in Japan and the central transport hub. Visitors travelling by air then reach the circuit via the brilliantly efficient public transport, with bullet trains taking you from Tokyo Station to Utzunomiya station in Tochigi in 50 minutes. Train tickets can be booked in advance and may be purchased from the train company’s website or app.  From Utsunomiya Station you can take various modes of transport.  The cheapest way is to drive which takes 36 minutes.  The quickest way to get from Utsunomiya (Station) to TwinRing Motegi is to taxi and takes 36 min. The bus from bus stop no.3 (West Exit) to Twin Ring Motegi which would take 90 minutes.  Or you could take the train from Utsunomiya to Kobana (38 minutes) and then from Kobana to TwinRing Motegi circuit (29 minutes).

Bus

Some buses run from Utsunomiya Station in Tochigi to Twin Ring Motegi. From Utsunomiya Station take the west exit and ride the bus from bus stop #3 going toward Twin Ring Motegi. The ride will take about 80 minutes. If getting to Motegi and then taking a bus is easier for you, the bus described above stops once at Motegi Station. From Motegi Station, the bus ride is about 20 minutes.

Car Hire

It is suggested to hire a car.  To reach Motegi by road from Tokyo, you have two options:

  • Take the Joban Expressway out of the city and continue towards Mito.  Take the Mito exit and, from the toll gate, head towards Kasama for 200 m, turning left at the first signal and then turn right at the next signal on this road. This road eventually merges into Prefecture Road 52; then follow Mito – Motegi Road (Prefecture Road 51) to arrive at the South Gate.
  • Take the Tohuko Expressway towards Utsunomiya.   Take the Utsunomiya exit and from the toll gate, follow along Nat. Route 119, merging into Nat. Route 4.  At Hirade intersection, turn left towards Yanagida Bridge. Follow Prefecture Road 69, merging into. Nat. Road 123 which leads to the the North Gate.

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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Japan Moto GP

Twin Ring Motegi Circuit, Motegi, Japan

October 2021

Located in the town of Motegi in the eastern Tochigi Prefecture, Twin Ring Motegi is the host of the Japanese MotoGP. A Place where the 21st Century meets traditional culture with Motegi being a major attraction for motorsport fans all year round. Built by Honda as an ultimate testing and showcase facility. The venue contains the Honda Collection Hall, a safety and riding school, dirt and go-kart tracks, hotel, restaurant, shops and event halls. The name of the circuit comes from its two racing courses: the Super Speedway, an oval American-style course, and the Road Course, which has a European-style layout. Even though they are separate tracks it is not possible for races to be held on the two courses at the same time. Honda is the most successful manufacturer on this circuit and the track is not devoid of danger but the riders relish the challenge.    Scroll down below to find more information about the event, accommodation, promotional packages that are available or you can click on this link to view and purchase your tickets online.

Travel Package 

We can tailor make your package upon Request

Travel and Event Information

 

Accommodation

Tokyo and Motegi are our suggested places to stay while attending the Japan Moto GP.  Tokyo is Japan’s capital city, home to many world class art galleries, museums, staggeringly diverse nightlife options and cutting-edge technology, you’ll never be stuck for things to do or places to go in Tokyo. The cultural megacenter to tens of millions of people with vibrant fashions, robot restaurants, maid cafes but just as devoted to preserving tradition through its historical gardens, shrines and temples. It is without doubt one of the busiest cities with so many different experiences to explore on your visit!

The little town of Motegi in Tochigi is not just famous for its circuit racing — you will find hidden beauties almost every season in this beautiful town. Motegi is also the site of “Twin Ring Motegi”, a complex built by Honda which hosts all types of car and go-cart racing, the Honda Collection Hall transport museum, a resort-style hotel, and the “Hello Woods” camping and nature area. A thirty-minute walk northeast from the Motegi train station is Mount Shiroyama where seasonal festivals are held on its top and is a beautiful tourist attraction.  You will feel relaxed and peaceful in this town surrounded by rich nature with a variety of scenery of all four seasons and welcomed with friendliness.

Booking your accommodation in Tokyo or Motegi 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

Twin Ring Motegi Circuit is located in central Japan,  approximately 100 miles north Tokyo,23 miles east of Utsunomiya and 25 miles north-west of Mito and the nearest town is Motegi. The nearest airport to Motegi is Ibaraki (IBR) Airport which is 42.6 km away. However, there are better options for getting to Motegi. You can take a train from Tokyo Haneda (HND) to Motegi via Hamamatsucho, Hamamatsucho, Tokyo, Oyama(Tochigi), and Shimodate in around 3h 55m.   Other nearby airports include Tokyo Narita (NRT) (84.7 km), Tokyo Haneda (HND) (113.5 km), Niigata (KIJ) (185.6 km) and Sendai (SDJ) (192 km).
 
 

Getting to the Circuit

Motegi is located 145km away from Tokyo, the biggest city in Japan and the central transport hub. Visitors travelling by air then reach the circuit via the brilliantly efficient public transport, with bullet trains taking you from Tokyo Station to Utzunomiya station in Tochigi in 50 minutes. Train tickets can be booked in advance and may be purchased from the train company’s website or app.  From Utsunomiya Station you can take various modes of transport.  The cheapest way is to drive which takes 36 minutes.  The quickest way to get from Utsunomiya (Station) to TwinRing Motegi is to taxi and takes 36 min. The bus from bus stop no.3 (West Exit) to Twin Ring Motegi which would take 90 minutes.  Or you could take the train from Utsunomiya to Kobana (38 minutes) and then from Kobana to TwinRing Motegi circuit (29 minutes).

Bus

Some buses run from Utsunomiya Station in Tochigi to Twin Ring Motegi. From Utsunomiya Station take the west exit and ride the bus from bus stop #3 going toward Twin Ring Motegi. The ride will take about 80 minutes. If getting to Motegi and then taking a bus is easier for you, the bus described above stops once at Motegi Station. From Motegi Station, the bus ride is about 20 minutes.

 
 

Car Hire

It is suggested to hire a car.  To reach Motegi by road from Tokyo, you have two options:

  • Take the Joban Expressway out of the city and continue towards Mito.  Take the Mito exit and, from the toll gate, head towards Kasama for 200 m, turning left at the first signal and then turn right at the next signal on this road. This road eventually merges into Prefecture Road 52; then follow Mito – Motegi Road (Prefecture Road 51) to arrive at the South Gate.
  • Take the Tohuko Expressway towards Utsunomiya.   Take the Utsunomiya exit and from the toll gate, follow along Nat. Route 119, merging into Nat. Route 4.  At Hirade intersection, turn left towards Yanagida Bridge. Follow Prefecture Road 69, merging into. Nat. Road 123 which leads to the the North Gate.

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?

Inquire Now!

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