Japanese Grand Prix 06 April 2025

Take in the Japanese Grand Prix 2025 at the famous Suzuka circuit and experience the culture and cuisine the country has to offer. Experience the iconic sites in Tokyo, then overnight in a traditional hot spring with dinner included. Then take the Bullet train to Nagoya to watch the Japanese Formula 1 Grand Prix.  End your holiday by spending time in the cultural capital, Kyoto, where you will have dinner with Maiko (apprentice Geisha) and Kyoto day tour. Your tailor-made itinerary includes fights, accommodation, bullet train, transfers, guides and Formula 1 tickets.

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Itineraries – Hotels – F1 Tickets – Includes

Japanese F1 Grand Prix 2025

31 March - Fly to Tokyo

Depart from the UK for your flight from your UK airport to Tokyo.

01 April - Arrive Tokyo

On arrival you will be met and take a shuttle transfer to your hotel and check-in for a 3 night stay with buffet breakfast.

02 April - Tokyo Day Tour

Meet in the hotel’s lobby at 9AM / End at hotel at 17PM

Explore Tokyo with private guide on public transport. The city tour will be tailored to suit your personal interests. Recommended visits to Imperial Palace (Niju Bridge), Tokyo Station, Asakusa, Shibuya Crossing, Hachi Statue, Tokyo Tower.

03 April - Tokyo

Day at leisure to explore Tokyo.

04 April - Bullet train to Nagoya

08:00 Depart Tokyo on the Bullet Train (later departure times available in request).

09:39 Arrive Nagoya station and make your way to your hotel (details provided in travel pack).

05 April - Japanese Formula 1 Qualifying Day

Using your Suica Card make your way by train to Suzuka Cicuit (details and timings provided in travel pack) for Japanese Formula1 Qualifying Day.

06 April - Japanese Formula 1 Grand Prix 2025

Using your Suica Card make your way by train to Suzuka Circuit (details and timings provided in travel pack) for Japanese Formula 1 Grand Prix.

07 April - Bullet train to Kyoto

14:03 Depart Nagoya on the Bullet Train.

14:37 Arrive Kyoto station and make your way to your hotel (details provided in travel pack).

08 April - Morning Tour of Kyoto

Meet in hotel’s lobby at 9AM / End at hotel at 13PM

Explore Kyoto with private guide on public transport. The city tour will be tailored to suit your personal interests.  Recommended visits include Arashiyama (Togetsu Bridge, Bamboo Forest, Tenryuji Temple).

14:03 Depart Nagoya on the Bullet Train.

14:37 Arrive Kyoto station and make your way to your hotel (details provided in travel pack).

09 April - Kyoto

Day at leisure to explore Kyoto.

10 April - Fly to the UK

Time to explore Kyoto before your transfer to Osaka Airport by Airport Limousine Bus.

11 April - Arrive UK

Arrive in the UK.


Hotel Monterey La Soeur Ginza  Tokyo 3*

Just a 1-minute walk from Ginza-Itchome Subway Station, the European-style Monterey Lasoeur Ginza offers rooms with free Wi-Fi, an LCD TV and a private bath. Ristorante San Michele serves Italian cuisine. Rooms at Hotel Monterey Lasoeur Ginza have a classical charm, with striped drapes and pastel walls. All are air-conditioned, with a fridge and nightwear provided. Situated in the Ginza area, the hotel is about a 4-minute walk from Ginza Subway Station and Yurakucho Train Station on the Yamanote Line. The Imperial Palace is 1 km away, and Tsukiji Fish Market is 1.5 km away.

Daiwa Roynet Hotel Nagoya Fushimi  3*

Attractively set in the centre of Nagoya, Daiwa Roynet Hotel Nagoya Fushimi features 3-star accommodation close to Oasis 21 and Nagoya Station. Among the facilities of this property are a restaurant, a 24-hour front desk and luggage storage space, along with free WiFi throughout the property. Private parking is available on site. Nagoya Castle is 2.7 km from the hotel, while Aeon Mall Atsuta is 4.9 km from the property. The nearest airport is Nagoya Airport, 11 km from Daiwa Roynet Hotel Nagoya Fushimi.

Mercure Kyoto Station 3* 

Mercure Kyoto Station opened in September 2020, located 8 minute walk from Central Gate of JR Kyoto Station. This hotel is best for travellers looking for local and authentic experiences. The hotel is designed around the concept of pastimes of Heian nobility. All rooms are designated as non-smoking. All rooms in the hotel are equipped with a kettle. Each room is fitted with a private bathroom with a bidet, free toiletries and a hairdryer. Guest rooms at Mercure Kyoto Station are equipped with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and a safety deposit box. The daily breakfast offers buffet, Italian or American options.

Grandstands V1 and V2
Located in front of the pits and grid, the V1 and V2 Grandstands are the largest covered stands on the track. You are in the center of the action
with huge displays in front of you and the F1 fan zone just behind these stands. Watch turn one and a portion of the first sector from your seats.
You can also access the free Ferris Wheel from here

Grandstands A1 and A2
The A1 and A2 stands, which are close to the V Grandstands, provide a fantastic view of the vehicles entering turn 1. With views of Turn 1, you
can observe the mayhem on the opening lap. The first few corners of the race, which are as legendary as any on the F1 calendar, are best viewed
from these seats.

Grandstands B1 and B2
You will have a fantastic overall view of the first sector of the course from the pair of B1 and B2 grandstands, which are located outside of Turn
2. Although this grandstand is situated far from the track, its distance does not compromise your view. You will experience a few of the early “S”
turns and see the vehicles fade farther uphill into the first sector because the Suzuka course is hilly.

Grandstand C
The well-known C Grandstand is located just next to the B Grandstands.
You are near to several amenities immediately behind your seats and can reach the main fanzone in about 10 to 15 minutes. Similar to the A
stands, there will be a lot of wheel-to-wheel action, with the opening corners serving as a frequent location for passing.

Grandstands D and E
The “S” curves of Suzuka are legendary and a must-experience for F1 fans, much like Eau Rouge in Spa and Parabolica in Monza. The D & E
grandstands are the greatest places to watch this series of turns in that regard. You can clearly see why Suzuka is one of the driver’s favorite
tracks because the opening sector is so difficult. There is minimal room for error because these corners are surrounded by grass and gravel.

Grandstand I
The I Grandstand offers the benefit of viewing the primary overtaking location on the entire circuit because it is located directly on the exit of
the renowned hairpin. There will be plenty of photo possibilities here because the vehicles pass by at a moderate speed, especially on the first
lap. Many people who want to see overtaking choose I Grandstand as their preferred option.
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Grandstands Q1 and Q2
Just past the 130R exit, along the last chicane, are a pair of Q Grandstands. Here, you’ll have some of the best track views; turn to the right to
watch F1 drivers accelerate out of the renowned 130R bend before braking for the final chicane. The final corner and main straight are to your
left, and because these stands are higher than the ground, you can see the first sector with ease.

Grandstands R and S
The last two grandstands before the start/finish straight are called the R&S Grandstands, and they are situated at the final chicane’s exit and the
last corner. Here, you can see the chicane, one of the track’s more popular places for passing, as well as the pit entry and the DRS activation
area. As the chequered flag is raised, observe it being flown with the finish line straight in front of you.

Price Includes:

  • Return flights from your regional airport
  • Airport transfers
  • Bullet train
  • Day tours where stated
  • Formula 1 Grand Prix tickets
  • Accommodation on double/twin share basis
  • Group circuit transfers on Saturday and Sunday
  • Meals as specified (B= Breakfast, L= Lunch, D= Dinner)
  • Local Company representative

Price Excludes:

  • Travel insurance
  • Personal spending