Let's take a took at each facility inside the TCK (TOKYO CITY KEIBA) grounds!
The TCK Area Guide
Just click the Google Street View link and you can see what the actual places look like.
The North Gate
The North Gate is an entrance located 2 minutes on foot from the nearest station, Oikeibajo-Mae on the Tokyo Monorail. Besides the North Gate, there are also the Front Gate and the Parking Lot Gate.
This is where you can check the condition of the horses that will run in the next race. The racehorses are slowly led around by the staff, so you can get a close look at them!
For all races at TCK, no matter what the distance, the GOAL is the same place. I recommend watching the races where you can see the GOAL.
G-FRONT means the place in front of the GOAL. Just as it sounds, this is a grandstand directly facing the goal line. With the latest equipment and the most luxurious atmosphere, you can watch the white-hot competition right in front of you!
These are spectator stands where you can view the whole course. This building also boasts a complete lineup of restaurants and gourmet eateries. Taste the excitement you can only experience at the GOAL!
The Number 4
From the final corner to the goal line, you can watch the decisive moment when the race is decided. Inside this building, there are a wide variety of seats in the stands, including Diamond Turn, a horse-race spectator's restaurant aimed at groups or couples.
In this enormous 10,000-square-meter event space, there are a variety of exciting events!
& The Sweets Stable
At UMAKATTA (It Was So Good!) Square, savor gourmet snacks that can be eaten with one hand. Then head to the Sweets Stable, the dessert shop booths lined up beside it. Be sure to try the sweet treats there!
Not only adults, but also children, can enjoy themselves at PAKA-PAKA (Clip-Clop) Land. During Japanese holidays in May and August, events aimed at children are held here, making it a very popular place with families.
The Gallery Of Owner
TCK's precious memorabilia, such as famous jockeys' winning jerseys and photos of famous horses who ran at TCK, are exhibited here.