2-1-2 Katsushima, Shinagawa, Tokyo
A 2-minute walk from Tokyo Monorail’s Oi Keibajo Mae Station.
Known as the venue of Tokyo City Keiba (TCK), the Oi Racecourse in Shinagawa was built in 1950 and offers a range of entertainment options. In 1986, Oi Racecourse began offering Japan’s first nighttime horse racing, known as “Twinkle Races,” an event that is still popular today. On selected days during winter when no horse racing is taking place, visitors can see the spectacular “Tokyo Mega Illuminations,” a massive-scale winter lights event taking place on the racecourse, and there are also events where you can meet the racehorses up close. An onsite restaurant and specialty sweet shop add to the appeal of the venue.