**下に日本語があります＊＊ Out in the middle of Tochigi lies a special shop. In this shop, the original concept of the Hakotora was born by
I first discovered Ohara San’s R8 years ago when I first moved to Japan. Actually, I met the builder, Akira Matsuura of
I personally feel that the best stories are the ones that we can either relate to, or inspires us to push forward for
When the guys at Spoon heard that Blake’s #ProjectNSX was under the knife, the graciously offered him their beloved Honda S660 (one of
While working on a couple of assignments for Speedhunters in Okinawa, I spotted Norly’s GT-R among the crowd. Besides the sleeper (ish) looks
Just felt like making a special post updating everyone on what’s to come and whats been going on in the world of Tokyo
It has been a while since I wrote an article on Tokyo Tuner. Between making videos, submitting articles to magazines, and becoming a
Carbon fiber this. Carbon fiber that. Carbon fiber everything! Ever since people discovered the amazing potential that carbon fiber brings to the table,
I remember the first time Kuhl-Racing revealed their custom metal painted R35 GTR at Tokyo Auto Salon a few years back.
It’s a standing tradition to ring in the New Years here in Japan with some kind of massive car meet at Daikokufuto PA.
How does one go about covering an event like Tokyo Auto Salon? Year after year, I tend to ask myself this very question
Happy New Years everyone! I hope everyone had a fun ( and safe) one ^__^ It’s that time again where we interview an
So what do you get when you bring the fastest De Tomaso Pantera in Japan, the first De Tomaso Pantera to break the
I mean really? What’s the worse that could possibly happen by taking one slammed out Mitsubishi Lancer, owned by Koki-San, and one slammed