Nakayama Horse Tracks

Nakayama Horse Tracks, Funabashi: Address, Phone Number, Nakayama Horse Tracks Reviews: 4/5

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Aidan49
Brisbane, Australia82 contributions
Dec 2016 • Family
We went to Nakayama Races on Christmas Day by car from Shinagawa which took about 30mins. We were lucky to get a park near the racecourse but there is not much parking available. You can travel by train about 1 hour. It cost 200 yen entry fee which is so cheap just over $2. There are lots of food outlets. If you can't read or speak Japanese then it would be impossible to bet family members helped us. The day we went there was a G1 race Arima Kinen (Grand Prix) and there was a crowd of over 100,000 but easy to get around. The area inside looked like an evacuation area with people grabbing their spots on stairs or where ever lying down on blankets or newspapers. The horses looked great and well looked after. Our grandson was with us and in the middle of the race track was a kids play ground accessed by a tunnel under the track. Food and beverage was more accessible in this area. Interestingly there was large queues of people at one tent where free soup was distributed.
Biggest day is in April for the Grand Jump steeplechase race where horses come from all over the world. Interesting day out.
Written January 11, 2017
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Clay P
Tokyo, Japan182 contributions
Dec 2015 • Couples
Went there at night to watch the GG's. Was very cheap admission fee and brought my own snacks & drinks. Hearing the beasts charge around the track was a blast. Good low budget night out.
Written November 29, 2016
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Junichi38
Takayama, Japan114 contributions
Dec 2013 • Family
It is the biggest house-racing course in this Chiba Area, and it is always crowded with usually elder Japanese men who bet their extra allowances into the BAKEN (horse-racing ticket). It is worth visiting even to simply observe the nice-looking race horses, and thrilling race, not really betting money on it.
Written November 5, 2014
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