Fuji Speedway is a circuit located in Oyama-cho, Sunto-gun, Shizuoka Prefecture.
In the early 2000s, the circuit hosted the Formula 1 race, and since then, it has been hosting major events such as the FIA World Endurance Championship.
It is scheduled to be used as a venue for the Tokyo Olympics cycling events.
Getting to the Circuit
When traveling from central Tokyo
From Shinjuku, the Odakyu Line's Romance Car Fuji-san runs every two hours starting at 6:40 a.m., connecting Shinjuku to Gotemba in about one hour and 40 minutes.
From Gotemba, it will take about 30 minutes by Fuji Express bus.
About the Circuit
According to the official website, the total length of the circuit is 4563 meters.
Location: Oyama-cho, Sunto-gun, Shizuoka Prefecture
Travel Tips & Information
Here is the basic information about Shizuoka as a reference for planning your trip.
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（1）"Getting There & Around" Numazu, Gotemba, Mishima
Shizuoka Prefecture is a long, horizontal prefecture. The Hamamatsu area is on the Aichi side, but the Numazu area is closer to Kanagawa Prefecture.
Gotemba is also close to Hakone, which is usually less than an hour away if you have a car. Numazu can be reached from Tokyo by the Tokaido Line, or if you use the Shinkansen, Mishima is the nearest station.
（2）"Where to Stay" in Numazu, Gotemba, Mishima
There are a few hotels around Numazu, Gotemba, and Mishima stations, but there are not that many accommodations in the area.
The Shinkansen runs until late, so basically you will be traveling to Tokyo, Nagoya, or Osaka after watching the game.
Here are some hotels in the Numazu, Gotemba, and Mishima areas, including those for sightseeing in Shizuoka the next day.
（3）"What to Do & See" in Numazu, Gotemba, Mishima
Fuji is a major tourist attraction in this area. Fujinomiya City and Gotemba City are the gate cities to Mt. Fuji, and Shiraito Falls is also a tourist attraction. Gotemba is also home to premium outlets.
（4）"What & Where to Eat" in Numazu, Gotemba, Mishima
In Shizuoka Prefecture, Hamamatsu is famous for its gyoza(dumplings) and eels.
Hamamatsu is famous for its dumplings and eels, and also for its eel pies.
Here is a list of stores in the Numazu, Gotemba, and Mishima areas.