Okayama International Circuit in Kita Ward Area

Okayama International Circuit

The Okayama International Circuit is a motorsports venue located in the Kita Ward area of Okayama, Okayama, Japan. The circuit was opened in 1990 and has since hosted a number of international racing events.


The circuit has a total length of 3.7 kilometers and features 11 turns. It has a seating capacity of 26,000 and is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities for both drivers and spectators.

  • Grandstands with excellent views of the track
  • Multiple food and drink vendors
  • Souvenir shops
  • Restrooms and showers
  • Parking facilities
  • Medical facilities


The Okayama International Circuit hosts a variety of racing events throughout the year, including:

  • Super GT
  • Super Formula
  • Asian Le Mans Series
  • Formula 3
  • Motorcycle racing

Getting There

The circuit is located approximately 25 kilometers from Okayama City and is easily accessible by car or public transportation. The closest train station is Okayama Station, which is served by the JR Sanyo Shinkansen and a number of local lines. From Okayama Station, take the JR Hakubi Line to Okayama Daigaku-mae Station and transfer to the Ako Line. Get off at Mimasaka-Kamo Station and take a taxi to the circuit.

Alternatively, the circuit can be reached by car via the Chugoku Expressway. Take the Mimasaka IC exit and follow the signs to the circuit.


The Okayama International Circuit is a must-visit destination for any motorsports fan visiting Japan. With its world-class facilities and exciting events, it offers an unforgettable experience for drivers and spectators alike.