While the usual car was getting checked, the garage lent me this Honda.
So much fun for a regular car.
Paddle shifters on a Honda Fit.
Daily Drive Japan is heading to Kyoto at top speed!!
So safe in Japan. People leave their stuff and go away, then come back and the tablet is still there. I stayed at a dormitory where a bunch of dudes share a room with some others, more or less, 70 dudes and leave their PC, tablets, all gadgets changing overnight in a socket on the corner of the room. Wow!
Lots of cool cars were going down this road so I decided to follow the flow and more and more cars would drive down. Porsches, BMWs, old school Zs. Then there was this Gs Prius with this tiny “disabled” sticker. Go for it man, get a proper disabled sign and stick it on. There’s nothing to hide.
Then I had to go back and get some food. On the way, there was this shop Tomei Car Esthetique . The staff, a very kind and young dude, explained about the company and the service. I asked wether there could be a place to eat for car lovers and he said that round there, not at all, I would probably need a car to go, I guess.
Well, I was getting hungry so across the street there was this shop with a sign,”we have menu in English” so that’s were I went. Also, they had a delicious vegetarian meal which filled up pretty well.
Japanese Kei cars(660cc) are pretty limited to size and displacement although limitless when it comes to creativity.
If you like Japanese cars, you gotta know about this.
This is the cockpit of the 1991, Honda Beat. Continue reading
Modifying cars in Japan is almost limitless. It doesn’t matter wether it’s an expensive car, luxurious or daily drive.
This is a 660cc modified Continue reading