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Tokyo Racecourse東京競馬場

Horse Racing

This race track for horse racing operated by the Japan Racing Association and located in the Hiyoshi-cho district of Tokyo’s Fuchu City opened in 1933. It is famous for hosting a variety of large races such as the Japan Derby and Japan Cup. Inside the facility is a food court and shop carrying horse-racing merchandise, and visitors can enjoy shopping and eating or drinking here before or after a race. Also on the premises are the JRA Racing Museum, a Riding Center where visitors can touch the horses, a place to experience horse-drawn carriage rides, a park with playground equipment and a Japanese garden.

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Tokyo Fuchushi Hiyoshichou 1-1

phone 0423633141
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[At the time of horse racing, Gates openHours] 9:00
[At the time of outdoor release] 9:10
[Weekday refund ServiceSunday] Weekly Monday 10:00-16:00
[Sunday Yoshigaoka Park] 1/2/Dec. WednesdayThursday-Horse racing held Sunday and Mar.-Nov. Wednesday-Friday-Horse racing held Sunday 10:00-16:00

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Tokyo Fuchushi Hiyoshichou 1-1 [map]

Phone

0423633141

Hours
[At the time of horse racing, Gates openHours] 9:00
[At the time of outdoor release] 9:10
[Weekday refund ServiceSunday] Weekly Monday 10:00-16:00
[Sunday Yoshigaoka Park] 1/2/Dec. WednesdayThursday-Horse racing held Sunday and Mar.-Nov. Wednesday-Friday-Horse racing held Sunday 10:00-16:00
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Fees
[Admission fee/Horse racing held Sunday] 200 yen (less than 15 years of age Free)
[Admission fee-When released outside the venue] Free
[Sunday Yoshigaoka Park] Weekday released outside the world SundayFree, Tokyo horse racing held Sunday 200 yen (free to less than 15 years old)
Parking Lot
Available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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