Besides its internationally renowned racetrack, Suzuka Circuit also includes an amusement park and a hotel. It's a fun place for young and old alike.
Cafe Cub Suzuka
This themed cafe was set up by a motorcycle enthusiast. It features many vintage models and offers visitors an atmosphere of motorbike nostalgia.
Suzuka Municipal Museum of Traditional Arts and Crafts
At this museum, visitors can observe displays of traditional handicrafts that have been made in Suzuka for centuries: Ise katagami stencils, which are used in kimono dyeing; and Suzuka-zumi ink. Every Sunday, artisans come to this facility to demonstrate their skills.
To reach Suzuka from Tokyo, you take the Shinkansen bullet train to Nagoya, then change to a local line. In all, the trip takes about three hours.