There may of been videos about people who driven a lap around the famous GT Circuit in real life, but not many instructions on how to run it yourself.

I was exploring Japan via Google Earth and discovered the location of the well-known street circuit seen in GT3 to GT6 that starts on Route 246 in the Shibuya District of Tokyo. I explored the street view and found the route of the fictional street circuit. This is what I can find within limits of the program, but is likely 99% correct (the names of the streets may or may not be exact, as the signs are a bit blurry at times on the program and I am not 100% fluent in Japanese yet). Trying my best to properly give navigation details, below provides the instructions to lead you around "Tokyo R246" in real life.

Tokyo R246 "Fictional" Street Circuit Navigation Instructions:

1) Start at **Aoyama-Dori [R246]** (Track's starting line was next to the 7-Eleven *"Seven&i Holdings"* Convenience Shop building)

2) Take a Left at the **[R414]** intersection

3) At the one-way intersection next to a softball park, Turn Left to continue down the **[R414]**

4) Keep Right at the* "Sendagaya/Shinanomatchi" *intersection, to continue down the **[R414]**

5) At the following intersection, continue Right at the sign to continue down the **[R414]**

6) From the next intersection, Take a Left at the sign & go straight across the immediately-following [R319] intersection, to continue down **[R414]**

7) Take a Right on the intersection with two signs that say *"Shinjuku City"* and *"Gakushuin Shotoka"*, to continue down the **[R414]**.

8) Turn Right at a sign that says "Wakaba E.", to enter **Sotobori-Dori [R405]**

9) Continue Right until you pass under the bridge, then Turn Right at the intersection to return to **Aoyama-Dori [R246]**

Maybe if I visit Japan someday, I'll try taking on a proper lap of R246 (within Japan's Driving laws, of course).

Google maps vicinity where R246 is located: https://www.google.com/maps/@35.6640384,139.7253857,1420a,35y,44.54t/data=!3m1!1e3

Last edited: Mar 10, 2018