Motorcycle enthusiasts gather! “Hayabusa Station Festival”

  • Update:2020/03/05
  • Guide:Kirin-no-machi Tourism Bureau Association
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Hayabusa Station, a wooden structure built in 1929, is located in Yazu Town, Tottori Prefecture, along the Wakasa Railway.
The gathering began in 2008 when a motorcycle magazine called for Suzuki Hayabusa owners to gather at Hayabusa Station on August 8th (“Hayabusa’s Day”). Though it was announced 2 days before and was on a weekday, 7 Haybusa riders gathered.
Following year, “Hayabusa Station Festival” was officially started to attract more people.
Since then, through media coverage and social media, it has become a major event that brings thousands of people.


Experience being a Hayabusa rider!

Experience being a Hayabusa rider!

Once a small local event held in front of Hayabusa Station, it has now became a major event that attracts over 2,000 people from all over Japan.
The event is not only for Hayabusa riders, but for any motorcycle enthusiast in general.


Name: Wakasa Railway "Hayabusa Station"
Contact: Committee for Preserving Hayabusa Station※please contact through email only)
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