Tokyo Auto Salon should be on every car enthusiasts bucket list. It is the SEMA of Japan, except there are practically no lifted trucks in sight…or any of that other stuff that most of us stance guys are not into. What makes TAS so special is that most likely you will be able to see..
Another year, another Tokyo Auto Salon. As with SEMA, the new Toyota A90 Supra was the car that everyone was looking forward to and while there were plenty of cool ones in attendance, it was a little underwhelming. We won’t get too much into it because Tokyo Auto Salon had a lot more great things..
It really doesn’t take that much to create a car that gets the world’s attention. While wide bodies, crazy engine bays or fancy interiors are all nice, at the end of the day the most important thing for any car to have is personality, and we feel that cars lack personalities in 2020 more than..
We’ll start 2020 off with an unexpected set of photos that our friend Ryo Kato sent our way. His photos will “officially” complete the coverage of our StanceNation Japan G Edition Fukushima event and we can’t be more excited to share them all with you! You’ll recognize a handful of cars as covered in the..
Everyone’s familiar with Japan’s car culture, but there is far more car culture in other parts of Asia that not too many people are familiar about. Thailand for example is very well known for their unique take on VIP style. China has their own stance thing going, and then we have Indonesia. It fits right..
In general, I don’t think that we give enough attention to the people who are a positive force in the car community. Certainly not in car focused write ups like this. Sure, we try to throw a little something out there to mention their roots, or maybe a bit of a back story. But, writing..
Part 2 of our Fukushima coverage coming in and it features a handful of cars that you didn’t get to see in the first part. Everything that needed to be said about our incredible time in Fukushima has already been said before (make sure to check it out here) but we do want to send..
We’ve been hosting car shows in Japan for over 5 years now but we’ve never done anything north/east of Tokyo. Due to next years Tokyo Olympics we weren’t able to use our usual Odaiba location which meant that we had to find a new venue. Ever since our Odaiba 2018 event, we’ve been looking all..
Usually, when I start writing one of these articles, it’s for car that I’ve stumbled across maybe a couple times on the Internet, at most. This M4 is no different, I caught a glimpse of it a while back while following along with the latest builds coming out of AMS Autowerks. But, a funny thing..
Its our 2nd year covering Fenderist Japan and we are happy to announce that this years event seems to have brought together even more awesome cars than it did last year (which you can check out by clicking here). Fenderist is a relatively new event for Japan and is one of the more unique events..