We all love Daikoku Futo. Who doesn’t? It’s a place that stuns the senses, defies every rule about car scenes and their participants and leaves any foreign visitor in complete awe and wonder. Many of you can’t get over here to see it first hand so allow me to help you get a regular serve of it!
From humble beginnings back in the late 1960′s, Tomei has become synonymous with tuning the world over.
It’s one of those books that would make a great coffee table companion even if you can’t read a word of Japanese…
Ever wanted to put JDM parts on your Japanese car to make it stand out from the local models in your country? Well Japanese car enthusiasts like to do that too with export market parts, only sometimes they go all the way and import the foreign model to Japan complete with LHD.
We don’t often feature high performance Euros (in fact this is the first time) but Audi’s powerhouse sedan was an offer too good to refuse for Adam, especially when that offer included a drive in a modified R35 Nissan GT-R! For the first in this two part series, let’s have a look at how the Audi RS6 handled the Hakone Skyline road in Shizuoka.
Peter Horniak and Adam Zillin are at the 41st Tokyo Motor Show for 7Tune and here are the first photos through from the opening press-only day today. Read more
Your first time in Japan will blow you away! It’s an absolutely jaw dropping wonderland. The size and scale of Japan can quickly become overwhelming. Here are a few quick tips we’ve found essential while living/traveling around Japan. Read more
Here are some more images from the Nostalgic Car Show. Read more
At the recent Nostalgic Car Show in Tokyo’s Odaiba, 7Tune got busy talking with a few people in the know about a certain two door coupe. Read more
May is definitely an exciting month here in Japan. As you have seen, the weather has been progressively getting warmer and the green light for a whole host of events has been switched on. This month has already brought with it the Drift Matsuri in Ebisu and with it comes another exciting must see drift event, the D1 exhibition round in Odaiba. Read more