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A night at the races in Tokyo – What to do in Tokyo

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  • 1~2 peopleStart Time: 10:30Available: 2 seats
  • 3~10 peopleStart Time: 10:30Available: 10 seats
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  • Ohi Racecourse
  • Engilsh
  • 17:30 ~ (4 hours)
  • Race in Japan
Tour Details

Horse Race – What to Do in Tokyo

  • Experience the exciting atmosphere of night racing.
  • Enjoy beers and snacks under the stars.
  • Have a flutter, you might get lucky!

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What we’ll do

We’ll arrive at the racetrack where your guide will explain horse racing in Japan as well as explain how to place bets. You’ll have the opportunity to check out the horses in the paddock, place some bets, have some refreshing beer or pick up some food at the variety of stalls at the racestrack.

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Departure & Return Location

Your guide will contact you to arrange the meeting place after booking.

Meeing Time

10 Minutes Before Event Time

Price Includes

  • Explanation into racing in Japan and how to bet.
  • Entry to the racetrack
  • 2 drinks

Price Excludes

  • Transport to and from the race track.
  • All bets ( bets start from a 100 yen)
  • Any food and drink not provided by your guide

Additional Information

  • The legal drinking and gambling age in Japan is 20 and while those under the age of 20 are not forbidden from entering the racetrack. They are not allowed to be served alcohol or place bets.
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Experience a night at the races – What to do in Tokyo

Horse racing in Japan has a long history, having been introduced by European settlers after the Meiji restoration. While it is not as glamourous as its European counterparts it is still the most popular form of gambling in Japan. Oi racetrack, located close to Tokyo bay, hosts ‘twinkle races’ throughout the year with the main races being held after dark. It’s a great way to let your hair down, have a cold beer and a flutter. Who knows you may even get lucky.

Your Guide

Simon Berry

Simon

 

 

Hi. I am Simon. I am a British guy living in Tokyo for the past 17 years. I am a friendly, easy going, cheerful, guy who loves both to travel and to share my city with others. I love to share life with old friends and new and giving people memorable experiences brings me great joy. I am pretty spontaneous and nothing fills me with more joy than a night on the town experiencing tasty food, enjoying unusual drinks and making new friends. My motto is “Eat, drink and be merry’ and I hope you join me for some fantastic adventures.

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