10 Things to Do in Suzuka That You Shouldn't Miss

October 24, 2017 Elouise Mccaul

Discover the best top things to do in Suzuka, Japan including Suzuka Circuit, Tsubaki Ogamiyashiro Shrine, Yuenchi Mortpia, F1 - Japanese Grand Prix, Aeon Mall Suzuka, Suzuka Flower Park, Suzuka Forest Garden, Daikokuya Tayu Memorial Museum, Ishigakiike Park, Katsuhayahi Shrine.
Restaurants in Suzuka

1. Suzuka Circuit

7992 Inocho, Suzuka 510-0201, Mie Prefecture +81 59-378-1111
Excellent
53%
Good
37%
Satisfactory
9%
Poor
1%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 280 reviews

Suzuka Circuit

Since its birth as Japan's first full-fledged racing course in 1962, Suzuka Circuit has been the center of Japanese motorsports.The Formula One Japanese Grand Prix, launched in 1987, while the "Coca-Cola Zero"(R) Suzuka 8hours World Endurance Road Race racks up its 30th race. Both races are well-established as big events beyond the framework of motorsports. While hosting races, Suzuka Circuit has also been engaged in promoting motorsports culture. As part of this effort, a racing school was established to nurture drivers and riders able to compete at an international level.At the amusement park Motopia, there is a diverse range of driving entertainment for young children. This is based on the corporate vision of cultivating "future fans" and promoting car culture in Japan. We have also focused on traffic safety education, along with providing an environment and services worthy of a resort, a place where you can enjoy a holiday with a quality hotel and restaurants. We have proactively developed innovative leisure facilities and services in step with the times. At the root of all these activities lie our spirit of "hospitality" and the "mobility resort" concept. Suzuka Circuit offers a racing arena, along with other motorsports and entertainment. From children to adults, there is something here to excite the hearts of people from all over the world.

Reviewed By joseal19 - Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain

I would definitely recommend this place, despite not being easily accessible.I would recommend to avoid weekends in summertime, since there would be many Japanese people visiting. There are several kinds of attractions that make this place worthwhile. There is both amusement park and water parked - during the summer. My daughter loved both. There are better amusement parks in Japan, of course. But I would recommend it anyway since the Suzuka circuit is something not to be missed either. And you have everything in just one ticket - motorbike rides apart.

2. Tsubaki Ogamiyashiro Shrine

1871 Yamamoto-cho, Suzuka 519-0315, Mie Prefecture +81 59-371-1515
Excellent
50%
Good
39%
Satisfactory
10%
Poor
1%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 96 reviews

Tsubaki Ogamiyashiro Shrine

Reviewed By vft55ud55

神社の登山者用駐車場に駐車し、入道ヶ岳へ登る。
山頂からは白き山 白山、穂高連峰、御嶽山を眺め下山。神社に感謝し、名物の「とりめし」を頂く。
味はあっさりした鳥ごはん、昔懐かしくて美味しい。

3. Yuenchi Mortpia

7992 Inoucho | Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka 510-0201, Mie Prefecture +81 59-378-1111
Excellent
41%
Good
49%
Satisfactory
10%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 58 reviews

Yuenchi Mortpia

Reviewed By ATTACKHAMMER - Cambridge, United Kingdom

There is a new small theme park next to the track. It features some good rides and shops. The rides offer a good view of the track.

4. F1 - Japanese Grand Prix

7992 Inocho | Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka, Mie Prefecture
Excellent
43%
Good
50%
Satisfactory
7%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 39 reviews

F1 - Japanese Grand Prix

The Japanese Grand Prix is a Formula One World Championship car racing event. Top drivers from the world over come to compete in what is often a title-deciding race at the end of the sporting season. Adrenaline runs high as huge crowds are drawn to the stadiums to watch top-performing vehicles handle over 150 miles of looped driving, and the excellent motorists who control them at speeds of up to 150 miles per hour.

Reviewed By Katie B - Mumbai

Wow...this is F1 and it was an experience. Only wish English was more readily spoken. The merchandise was great as always though rather pricey. But all the other aspects were well taken care of. And lots of other activities to keep children occupied.

5. Aeon Mall Suzuka

4-1-2 Shonohayama, Suzuka 513-0834, Mie Prefecture +81 59-375-0666
Excellent
9%
Good
53%
Satisfactory
38%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

3.5 based on 31 reviews

Aeon Mall Suzuka

Reviewed By nina a - Albany, New York

Typical large mall with all sorts of stores: electronics, book/stationary, home wares, pet shop, departments stores, and many clothing stores with Japanese brands, European, and American ones as well, cafes, restaurants and a food court. A cinema is there also. Prices range from average to expensive. Seria is worth checking (Japanese version of a dollar store). Overall very clean neat and great service in all the stores and clean restrooms facilities. Lots of parking and can walk to the shopping strip right next door which has more restaurants, huge electronics store, and other clothing stores not in the mall.

6. Suzuka Flower Park

1690-1 Kasadocho, Suzuka 513-0003, Mie Prefecture +81 59-367-3455
Excellent
17%
Good
66%
Satisfactory
17%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 17 reviews

Suzuka Flower Park

Reviewed By ilovejapantoo - Tokyo Prefecture, Japan

this small park is maintained by Suzuka City, it is very green and clean. There is playground area for children to play under the sun. Not a flower lover myself, so not sure what kinds of flowers were blooming. Dog lovers can bring their pets in.

7. Suzuka Forest Garden

151-2 Yamamotocho, Suzuka 519-0315, Mie Prefecture +81 59-371-1777
Excellent
84%
Good
0%
Satisfactory
16%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 6 reviews

Suzuka Forest Garden

Reviewed By Vanessa Y - Tokyo, Japan

Absolutely amazing to say the least ... this somewhat secret garden is going to become VERY, VERY popular, over the next few years. One man has collected over 200 of the finest "Kureha Shidare Ume" from people no longer able to look after the trees or old decaying houses, all around Japan. (The Kureha Weeping Plum Blossoms are the oldest species in Japan, since the 1850's.) He has nourished them and brought many of them back to their former glorious lives ... after 6 years of dedicated, hard work, he has created some incredible masterpieces. He has displayed them throughout the huge garden, magnificently. The garden is well set out ... and it's easy to wander around and around and around the beautiful plum blossoms. The path is gravel and there aren't any steps ... there are some slopes to higher areas, which give you a brilliant lookout over the garden, featuring the Mountains in the background. Everyone takes their "big" camera and there aren't any awful wires or lights ruining the view (the lights are surrounded by mini bamboo fences). It's a photographer's dream come true.
There are so many gorgeous plum blossoms to enjoy: all different in their colours; shapes; heights and designs ... this is truly a living work of art!
The Suzuka Forest Garden is about 10 minutes drive from the Suzuka IC (on the Tomei Highway). The car park is free and it's quite big (holds up to 200 cars), however access isn't so good at the moment, and traffic tends to back up ... but, they seem to be making a new road, now. The entrance fee is 1500 yen into the garden and it's well worth every yen of it. There is an area to sit down, enjoy a drink and snacks at the front of the garden. There are many benches, by the plum blossoms, throughout the entire garden. There is only one set of toilets at the front of the park (so go before), with a shop selling local souvenirs, flowers and plants.
We couldn't stay until evening, but I'm sure it's lit up beautifully ... we'll be back next year for the night viewing.

8. Daikokuya Tayu Memorial Museum

1-1-8 Wakamatsunaka, Suzuka 510-0224, Mie Prefecture +81 59-385-3797
Excellent
18%
Good
55%
Satisfactory
27%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 11 reviews

Daikokuya Tayu Memorial Museum

Reviewed By ramupapa

小さな資料館ですが、鈴鹿市の公営らしく、綺麗で、資料もガラスケ一スにしっかり保存されていました。無料です。光太夫が遭難した船の模型とかもありました。少し離れたところに、顕彰碑もありました。

9. Ishigakiike Park

7chome, Suzuka 513-0817, Mie Prefecture
Excellent
40%
Good
20%
Satisfactory
40%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 10 reviews

Ishigakiike Park

Reviewed By USADISNEY - Tsu, Japan

この公園は、あまり他ではないような、とにかく広大な敷地に池がある
とっても気持ちの良い公園です。
秋には、木が紅葉して チラチラと葉っぱが散るところが、大変綺麗で癒されました。
春には、桜が咲くのでまた行きたいです!

10. Katsuhayahi Shrine

10-15 Shirokohonmachi, Suzuka 510-0242, Mie Prefecture +81 59-386-7808
Excellent
51%
Good
33%
Satisfactory
16%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 6 reviews

Katsuhayahi Shrine

Reviewed By Lulu P

Is beautiful city and many attraction Formel 1 number one Greetings .......!!!!!!!?exotic food is very nice and sea food is very nice restaurant .....

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