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- First of all, I would like to express my appreciation of the staff in the information center since my son lost his favourites sun glasses during his visit to the circuit challenger. We went to the information center to seek for assistance. Although they cannot help to find it straight away but then they asked a staff from the Challenger to come over to the center to help. Her name is Kondo San and she carefully listened the situation but still able to find it. Then we left our contact information to her.
Fortunately, she contacted us the next day and told us that she able to find it. She even arranged deliver to the hotel that we stayed in Nagoya. When my son received it, he is super excited and happy.
Once again, thank you very much for the all the staff in information center and Kondo San. Keep it up!!Written September 3, 2018This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- With a fabulous view of Mt. Fuji when it is clear, this speed way is one of the world's best maintained with top class facilities in excellent condition (according to a relative who goes on many rallies and car events all over the world).
We went for the Fuji Jamboree Event which showcased classic cars with a Historic Car race. It showcased a wide range of cars from Lotus, Porsche, Jaguar, Honda, Toyotas, Cosmos to name a few. There was a boot sale that was going on in the lot which was great.
In addition to the main race track, there is a secondary short track and a Drift course which is quite a sight to see.
There are great viewing points along the race track, grand stand seating, on the roof of the pit garage, on the grass by the Orizuru restaurant, or within the restaurant that have great viewing windows and TV screens while you can enjoy a bowl of ramen or a coffee. There is also a gift shop in Orizuru.
It is a great place for a race, and an ideal setting for car fanatics.Written August 23, 2013This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- We went just to have a walk around the circuit as it was one of my husbands favourite circuits on Gran Turismo!
The staff were extremely friendly and they have a little shop full of stickers, tshirts and umbrellas branded with Tsukuba Circuit!Written June 8, 2014This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- It was a hidden gem in a remote area in Chiba. We went as a family and we all had fun. Fun for 9 yrs-old to 50 yrs-old. The track was indoor and was long enough with turns. We went for 5 rounds of drive and it's about $80 per adult. It wasn't that crowded that day and it took us about 4-5 hours to complete 5 rounds per person. While we were waiting our rounds, we played fools ball (free), and sit around. Vending machines were available if you get thirsty.
Ventilation was good enough, but if you are not playing and being the photographer to take pictures by the track, the fume and gasoline smell might get to you. Of course you can stay inside the closed-off area and still be able to watch clearly (just not good for photos).
The closest station is Hon-Chiba station and then walk for about 15-20 mins.
Highly recommend.Written January 6, 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.