So I spent about two weeks traveling around Japan, from the capital to the smaller inaka’s (rural areas) and this is what I have found.

I saw a lot more am

azing cars pass me by, at times when I didn’t have my phone ready. These are the ones I was able to capture.

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A common theme we found was that car owners would leave their cars on, with the hazard lights on and then be nowhere in sight. Only in Japan..

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A recurring theme this vacation was Lincoln Navigators, in varying states of disrepair. This one was located at the Tsukiji Fish market

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Only when you visit an asian country you realize how out of place a RHD BMW 320 looks.

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Gotta love the RSFour

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Brabus wheels? yeah sure

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Do you see it?

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Lorinser

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All the cars in this parking garage were taken at Narita airport at 4 in the morning while we were spending the night there.. We may have re-enacted some scenes from Tokyo Drift with the baggage trolleys....

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I enjoyed this short trip a lot, and I look forward to coming back here and actually be able to spend time on car related events.