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When the memories hit you

For any car enthusiast, Japan is a concentrated automotive pressure cooker that infuses flavour, class, and creativity into some of the tastiest car culture you can wrap your chops around.

Upon embarking on my overseas experience, I found myself on a little single carriageway cruising through the middle of nowhere in Chiba. Initially the lack of civilisation concerned me, but soon after a grey workshop packed with RX7s distracted my attention. I found myself to be living a stone’s throw from the workshop of RE Amemiya. Early Saturday mornings with my ranch slider open, coffee in hand, the smell of cabbage fields, and the distinct sound of a rotary on the dyno next door was my new definition of heaven.

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Blogroll – Day 12

I don’t often manage to venture all the way down to Hiroshima, but when I can it always makes me wish I could stay longer.  It is easily one of my top 5 places in Japan!  This time however I was headed south to catch up with a bunch of friends, and enjoy a bit of car-spotting.


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Blogroll – Day 10

After snapping temples and lots of cherry blossom and endless kimono for a few days I was feeling refreshed and ready to get back into the automotive shooting.  Good way to kick things off was to see a car that I have been craving to shoot since I first saw Dino post a shot of it on Facebook.  The Rocketbunny FD RX7.


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Blogroll – Day 6

After a 5:30am finish I managed to wangle a little extra sleep today’s schedule was nice and easy compared to the first few days.  My destination was one I am very familiar with, my first hometown I moved to in Japan – Tomisato.


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