Mobara Adventures: Project Mu

Mobara Adventures: Project Mu

Have you ever thought that you had everything planned out for a trip just to completely F it up? I was planning on going to Mobara Circuit to take some pictures and see if I could meet some new people or shops. I had the train schedule planned out, bus routes and even went to sleep early so I could wake up at the crack of dawn. Little did I know, Murphy’s Law had other plans for me that morning. Once I got to Mobara, I caught the bus which I thought was going to the next destination closest to the circuit. After 20 mins of riding around, I realized that I read something wrong and had to return back to Mobara to try again. That is when I noticed that the frequency of the correct bus was around every 2 hours… So much for that. However, I was determined not to let Murphy win this one.Acura_Honda_RSX_Integera_Mobara2
That was when after exploring Mobara for a couple of hours, I stumbled upon this Acura RSX Type S ( Honda Integra Type S) around a Home Improvement store. Acura_Honda_RSX_Integera_MobaraProject Mu stickers were posted all over the car which lead me to think that it was a car group around the area, however, after searching around on the internet.. I found nothing.Acura_Honda_RSX_Integera_Mobara3Definite a big anime fan though (which is pretty cool :) )Acura_Honda_RSX_Integera_Mobara4Bonus points to anyone knows who these characters are because.. I honestly have no idea >.<Suzuki_Swift_Mobora
So after wondering around without much successes I decided to call it quits and head to the nearest train station. As I approached the station, this bright yellow car just stood out among all the other cars in the rocky parking lot.Suzuki_Swift_Mobora4
This little thing is called a Suzuki Swift and surprise surprise, Project Mu stickers were posted on this car as well.
This is a very interesting platform to want and modify but to each is own right?Suzuki_Swift_Mobora3
So my take on Mobara.. It is a really small town out in the country side and surprisingly, not a lot of modified cars were out there. However, there is a group (I believe) called Project Mu roaming around in Mobara. So, If any of the Project Mu members see this.. Whats up!

About Celestine Photography

Traveling automotive photographer that is currently living in Shinjuku, Japan (新宿、日本). I some times go by the name Rurounin Photographer where 'Rurouni' comes from the fact that I tend to be a wonder and never know where I'll end up, but that's the adventure in it.

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