Japan F1 Grand Prix Tour

For the FormulaOne racing fanatics, this could be what you are looking for. From choosing your preferred seating, your choice overnight or a full 3-day plan. For the overnight plan, you will depart Tokyo about midnight and be traveling through the night arriving at the venue early in the morning. Or you could choose a 2-night hotel inclusive plan. Price starts from 25800yen for a 1-day admission(free seating). The charter bus will take you to a reserved pick up and drop off location closeby the venue.

Japan F1 Grand Prix - Fuji Speedway

Fuji Speedway is a race circuit in Shizuoka Prefecture at the foot of Mount Fuji and one of the two venues, which stage the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix alternately. The other is the Suzuka Circuit south of Nagoya.
For this year, the race is scheduled for October 12 at the Fuji Speedway, while the 2009 race will be held at the Suzuka Circuit. The first formula one race in Japan was staged in 1976 at the Fuji Speedway. From 1987 to 2006, the Japan Grand Prix was held annually at the Suzuka Circuit, before moving back to its original venue at Fuji Speedway in 2007.

Flower appreciation tours

While the cherry blossoms have already come and gone months ago, another flowery extravaganza is now blooming, with tour operators offering various flower related excursion trips, by touring gardens and nurseries all over the country. The number of gardens in Japan have been growing rapidly in recent years too.

flower appreciation excursion tours

We have been told by local municipals that there are higher cost-benefits to build flower gardens in order to lure tourism than pumping in ton loads of money on large-scale projects such like building a theme park or a resort. It turns out that the locals are also in favour of having a beautiful garden in their neighbourhood. Tourism has pick up in some of these small towns. It seems that Japanese love of flowers beside cherry blossoms will continue to grow.

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