Judging by all the internet comments and interests shown, it seemed the cars from Hi-Fence club were not just my personal favourites of the Custom Show. While the event showcased plenty of American iron, the guys from Hi-Fence have brought along cars with German and Japanese origins instead. 2 Porsches, a Toyota and a Nissan/Datsun. […]Read more "Yokohama HotRod Custom Show 2015 Part 5: Hi-Fence Car Club"
As we start to wrap up our coverage of the 2015 Yokohama HotRod Custom show, here are some of the other sights that i’d like to share. How’s this for another approach to the pickup? The Mazda Repu, the World’s first and only Wankel-engined pickup truck. Unfortunately, Mazda released it in the middle of the energy crisis and […]Read more "Yokohama HotRod Custom Show 2015 Part 4: The Oddballs and everything else"
While it’s often fun to plan ahead and search, hunt or pick out wonderful places to find yummy grub before one actually steps into a new country, one of the joys of holiday travel is definitely having a good meal after stepping into a new or unfamiliar establishment. From my Winter vacation in Tokyo, here […]Read more "Tokyo Food-Otaku: Unplanned Pleasantries, Kajiya Bunzou, Luke’s Lobster Rolls & Goutran Cherrier"
With so many cars on show, it’d be easy to miss on what kick started the HotRod culture, some proper old school Rod builds. Unfortunately, with my tight schedule, i couldn’t spend as much time oogling over each car as much as i would have liked and that also sadly means, i did not get […]Read more "Yokohama HotRod Custom Show 2015 Part 3: Kickin’ it Old Skool"
For those who found the first part of our Yokohama HotRod Custom Show coverage to be slightly too blingy, we think you might like what we have in Part 2. You can’t have a Mooneyes show without some proper American Muscle cars so there were plenty to see here. Like this stunning Dodge Super Bee. […]Read more "Yokohama HotRod Custom Show 2015 Part 2: Power Play"
Getting out of one’s comfort zone is usually not an easy thing to do, but when it comes to exploring the different aspects of car culture in Japan, doing so will not only broaden your automotive horizons, it will also give you the opportunity to learn more and appreciate all there is to offer in […]Read more "Yokohama HotRod Custom Show 2015 Part 1: Razzle Dazzle, Beauty in the details"
After an entire morning worth of touring around the fantastic and lovely Ghibli Museum (well worth visiting if you can get hold of the tickets), we trekked through Inokashira park on our way to meet this holiday’s Meat of destiny, Matsusaka beef in Steak House Satou! Though the park was especially beautiful at this time […]Read more "Tokyo Food-Otaku: For the love of beef, Steak House Satou & Blacows"
I’d like to think, part of the charm of Tokyo is that because the city is such a vast metropolis, there are always interesting new places to discover, explore and taste! But sometimes, there are just some places which have charmed us so much that we make it a point to drop by whenever we […]Read more "Tokyo Food-Otaku: Familiar locales, Ivy’s Place, The Roastery And Bear Pond"
Tsutaya Bookstores T-site flagship store is one place i always love to revisit, besides the fantastic section dedicated to all things automotive, the excellent Ivy’s Place restaurant and a lovely little petshop, there is also the carpark where there will always be something cool or interesting parked up, even on days where planned meets are […]Read more "Tokyo Auto-Otaku: T-Site Sightings and Street-side Spotting"
Back in Akihabara, every toy-otaku’s dream locale and a place where i’ve never fully yet explored even after visiting Tokyo a few times already. There are just so many things to see and if you have a partner tagging along who is not at all impressed with anything in this district, chances are time is […]Read more "Tokyo Toy-Otaku: Yellow Submarine, Liberty & TamTam"