Racecourses (JRA)

Hanshin Racecourse

Hanshin Racecourse

First built on its present location in 1948, Hanshin Racecourse joins Kyoto Racecourse as the second of the two feature racecourses in Western Japan. Hanshin has the same number of race meetings as Kyoto and the two racecourses alternate race meeting. Major races are the Japan Cup Dirt (G1), the Takarazuka Kinen (G1), the Oka Sho (the Japanese 1000 Guineas), the Hanshin Juvenile Fillies.

Course Overview

> Course Details (overview, undulation, etc.)
> Grandstand (PDF file)

Admission: 200 Yen (live race day)

URL: http://jra.jp/facilities/race/hanshin/index.html (Japanese)


Hanshin Racecourse access map zoom

  • Approx. 30 minutes from Osaka and 25 minutes from Kobe Sannomiyausing the Hankyu Kobe Line (in both cases transferring at Nishinomiya- Kitaguchi Station), and approx. 5 minutes on foot from Hankyu Imazu Line Nigawa Station using the special underpass.

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