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This website is designed for Horse-Racing Reserved seat at JRA Racecourses  Registration  and Nippon Travel Agency presents a Horse-Racing Reserved Seat Ticket in Japan only for foreign nationals and visitors.

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How to book:
  • Step 1 - Click "LOGIN "button in the menu on left side to create your personal account in the system.
    *Once you have an account - Login with your email address and password.

  • Step 2 - Click "Registration for new user" button in the menu on left side to book for the tour
    *A confirmation email will automatically be sent to you.

  • Step 3 - Click "Payment" button in the menu on left side to pay the registration fee and complete your registration.
    *You will receive another confirmation email upon completion of the payment.

  • Step 4 - Click "Confirm|Change" button in the menu on left side to to confirm or change your registration.
    Please note that a confirmation email which will be sent to you upon completion of the "New Record - Input Form" does not mean the completion of your registration.

Enjoy Horse-racing in Japan!

Horse-Racing Reserved Seat Ticket : JPY 5,000 per person


Ticket and Voucher

  • Reserved seat at JRA Racecourses
  • Race Event Welcome Pack - English racing program
  • JRA "GO! RACING" pamphlet,betting guide "How-to-bet", Betting card template
welcome pack

Remarks:

  • * No refund after the exchange voucher has been issued.

  • * The ticket does not include JRA Racecourse entrance tickets (JPY200).

  • * The ticket does not include transportation to Racecourses.

  • * The reserved seats are limited in number and will not be promised without advance notification.

  • * The badge for JRA's reserved seating & welcome pack will be given at Racecourse.

  • JRA stands for Japan Racing Association
    http://japanracing.jp/en/index.html

  • *In case of race cancellation and postponement, same exchange voucher can be used for a rescheduled date. For a detailed schedule, please refer JRA website.
    http://japanracing.jp/en/



Tokyo Racecourse


Tokyo Racecourse

Tokyo Racecourse located in Fuchu city, was built in 1933, and is considered the 'racecourse of racecourses' in Japanese horseracing. A grand opening was held in 2007 after the completion of seven years renovation work. The major races are the Japan Cup (G1), the Tokyo Yushun (Japanese Derby) (G1), the Tenno Sho (Autumn) (G1), the Yasuda Kinen (G1), the Yushun Himba (Japanese Oaks) (G1), the February Stakes (G1), the NHK Mile Cup (G1) and the Victoria Mile (G1).

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Access


  • Keio Line
  • Approx. 2 minutes on foot from Keio Line Fuchu Keiba Seimon Mae Station to the Main Gate using the special overpass.
    Approx. 22 minutes from Keio Line Shinjuku Station by limited express or locally limited express, transferring at Higashi-Fuchu Station, on days when the Tokyo Racecourse has live races

  • Approx. 10 minutes on foot from the South Exit of Keio Line Higashi-Fuchu Station to the Racecourse East Gate.
    Approx. 20 minutes from Keio Line Shinjuku Station by limited express or locally limited express on days when the Tokyo Racecourse has live races

  • JR LINE
  • Approx. 5 minutes on foot from the special ticket gate of the JR Musashino Line / Nambu Line Fuchu-Honmachi Station to the West Gate using the special overpass.


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    Nakayama Racecourse


    Nakayama Racecourse

    Nakayama Racecourse, established in 1920, joins Tokyo Racecourse as the feature racecourses in the capital area. Its racing calendar is comparable with that of Tokyo, and the two racecourses hold race meeting alternately. The major races are the Arima Kinen (The Grand Prix) (G1), the Satsuki Sho (Japanese 2000 Guineas) (G1), the Sprinters Stakes (G1), the Nakayama Grand Jump (J-G1) and the Nakayama Daishogai (J-G1).

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    Access


    • Approx. 15 minutes by bus and 30 minutes on foot from JR Nishi-Funabashi Station.

    • Approx. 10 minutes on foot from JR Funabashi-Hoten Station using the special underpass (Nakki Mall moving walkway installed).

    • Approx. 10 minutes by bus and 20 minutes on foot from Keisei Higashi-Nakayama Station.


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    Chukyo Racecourse


    Chukyo Racecourse

    Located in Nagoya district, the largest metropolitan area between Tokyo and Osaka, Chukyo Racecourse ranks next to the four major JRA racecourses in prominence. Chukyo holds three race meetings each year. (Each race meeting usually has six to twelve days.) Its major races are the Takamatsunomiya Kinen (G1), the Champions Cup (G1), the Tokai Stakes (G2), the Kinko Sho (G2), the Chukyo Kinen (G3), the CBC Sho (G3), the Procyon Stakes (G3), the Falcon Stakes (G3) and the Chunichi Shimbun Hai (G3). In March 2012, this racecourse reopened after nearly two years of renovation work.

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    Access

    • Approx. 10 minutes on foot from Meitetsu Nagoya Main Line Chukyo Keibajo Mae Station.

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    Kyoto Racecourse


    Kyoto Racecourse

    Built in 1924, Kyoto Racecourse is the premier racecourse of Western Japan. Kyoto Racecourse holds the same number of race meetings as other major racecourses, with five meetings a year. (Each race meeting usually has six to twelve days.) The major races are the Tenno Sho (Spring) (G1), the Kikuka Sho (Japanese St. Leger) (G1), the Mile Championship (G1), the Queen Elizabeth II Cup (G1) and the Shuka Sho (G1).
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    Access

    • Approx. 5 minutes on foot from Keihan Dentetsu Yodo Station.

    • Approx. 20 minutes by nonstop bus from JR Yamazaki Station.

    • Approx. 20 minutes by bus from Hankyu Dentetsu (Railway) Minase Station.

    • Buses (fare charged) run between Kyoto Racecourse and JR Yamazaki Station and Hankyu Dentetsu Minase Station every Saturday and Sunday while races are held.

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    Hanshin Racecourse


    Hanshin Racecourse

    First built on its present location in 1948, Hanshin Racecourse joins Kyoto Racecourse as the second of the two feature racecourses in Western Japan. Hanshin has the same number of race meetings as Kyoto and the two racecourses alternate race meeting. The major races are the Takarazuka Kinen (G1), the Oka Sho (Japanese 1000 Guineas) (G1), the Asahi Hai Futurity Stakes (G1) and the Hanshin Juvenile Fillies (G1).

    Hanshin Racecourse

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    Access

    • Approx. 30 minutes from Osaka and 25 minutes from Kobe Sannomiyausing the Hankyu Kobe Line (in both cases transferring at Nishinomiya- Kitaguchi Station), and approx. 5 minutes on foot from Hankyu Imazu Line Nigawa Station using the special underpass.


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    Event Schedule


    Thank you for visiting.


    The 2nd half of major horse races starts in September so the schedule will be updated in the middle of August.Reservations can be made up to 2 weeks in advance before the horse races, but this schedule is subject to change without notice.Until then, please wait for the schedule.


    Note:

    the most popular horse race, the seat on 24th of November Japan Cup are already full. There are no more seats available.


    Contact




    Contact information

    NIPPON TRAVEL AGENCY CO., LTD (NTA)
    NIHONBASHI DIA BUILDING 11F
    1-19-1, Nihonbashi Chuo-ku Tokyo,103-0027 Japan


    Contact Person:
    KOIZUMI [Mr.] | KAWASAKI [Mr.]
    E-mail:nta_info@nta.co.jp

    *Business hours, Monday through Friday, 9:45-17:45 Japan Time.
    (Sat.Sun.Holiday: Closed)