TCK is home to a wide variety of places to eat, featuring items from handheld foods to Japanese cuisine to delicious street foods, so you can enjoy all of the tasty things you’d like during your visit to Japan. It truly is a gourmet paradise!
Here we will introduce a select few locations from the various on-site restaurants!
Walk Around while EnjoyingThese Delicious Handheld Foods
Gindako is a specialty restaurant for “takoyaki,” one of Japan’s comfort foods. “Takoyaki” is without a doubt the king of Japanese street foods. A 6-piece order is perfect for guests visiting the racetrack in groups!
You can enjoy TCK-exclusive sweets like egg waffles and cheesecake here at Bon Appeti. Additionally, there are two other shops at The Sweets Stable: “Marion Crepes,” which serves crepes that are a hit with guests of all ages, and “MINO’AKA HAWAII,” where you can enjoy freshly-made donuts.
If you want some chicken, you’ve got to stop by Kentucky Fried Chicken! Their chicken is famous worldwide, and its delicious taste appeals to men and women of all ages! All of the chicken used at Kentucky Fried Chicken in Japan is domestically produced. We recommend enjoying some while you watch the races!
Star Light has a rich variety of drinks to choose from between races. They also sell “STAR LIGHT CRAFT BEER,” an original craft beer served exclusively at TCK! Why not enjoy a craft beer, like a Kölsch, golden ale, or stout, while you come up with your race predictions?
Enjoy Authentic Dishes
Japan’s ramen is famous worldwide. Ramen-ya Raku offers a wide variety of ramen dishes, including shoyu (soy sauce) and miso ramens. Enjoy the delicious flavor of Japanese ramen!
Kashiwaya serves “soba” and “udon,” two types of Japanese noodles that differ in flavor from ramen noodles! Enjoy some delicious traditional Japanese noodle dishes here.
We recommend COOPERS if you want to relax and enjoy your meal. Their specialty is traditional English roast beef; the rich and flavorful beef is sure to leave you satisfied! In addition to the various western-style meat and pasta dishes on the menu, COOPERS also features a wide selection of alcoholic beverages for your enjoyment.
Koufukudo serves “Gyusuji nikomi,” or beef tendon stew. Beef tendon is slowly simmered in a soy sauce-based soup, and the result is a delicious bite of beef that’s absolutely packed with umami flavors. It’s the perfect accompaniment to sake or beer!
Ginza Lion first opened as Japan’s first beer-hall in the first half of the 9th century. Here you can enjoy Japanese beers like “Sapporo Beer” and “Ebisu Beer,” as well as a variety of other alcoholic drinks such as sake and cocktails.
Watch the Horses RaceWhile Enjoying a Buffet
Enjoy an authentic buffet-style meal made under the watchful eye of a famous French chef at race-viewing restaurant “Diamond Turn.” It also features a party room that can accommodate anything from couples to groups in a calm and refined space. Take a break in the lap of luxury while watching the thrilling races!