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BMW 335i M Sports Touring

BMW 335i M Sports Touring

Just in. For sale on behalf of it’s current owner, this top of the range BMW would fit the need of a busy executive or anyone who likes getting outdoors and/or have a family. Full details over on the website

Car Accessories


Cars built and registered for the Japanese market are renowned for having higher specifications than their European & North-American counterparts, and so while many years age the standard accessories people bought for their vehicles mainly consisted of aesthetic products, we’ve also seen the addition of lots of exciting gadgets, gifts and other fantastic kit launched in recent years

Whether you’ve simply moved to Japan recently and need to find a good quality child seat for the school run, wish to take advantage of the glorious autumn weather for a barbecue by the river, or take some HD video footage from your nineties Japanese sports car, we have compiled a list of some of the more popular accessories that we have either used, or recommended over the years.

Full details on each accessory can be accessed on our accessories page of our website. Any questions you have can be asked in the comments section of each individual page.

A day out at Fuji Speedway


Through a request from our good friend Peter Blake, we managed to arrange a day for him to visit ‘Fuji Speedway’ in Shizuoka prefecture, to attend one of the many closed race meetings around japan.


Peter, a professional photographer and fellow Tokyoite, wished to take some pictures in an environment familiar to his subject for the day – a ten-year-old Japanese karting-champion. Unfortunately, school got in the way of that, however Peter did manage to grab a few good shots from the pit lane, including one of Kimura san, the mechanic who takes care of the privately owned Formula 3 Lola.


Original images are available for purchase over on Peter’s website, The Authentic Image, with some more detail about his day at Fuji speedway over on his blog.

Jaguar XKR Silverstone

Growing up in the UK, we fell in love with the shape of the XKR, when it was first introduced in the mid-nineties. Fast forward twenty years, and we are presented with this gorgeous limited edition ‘XKR Silverstone’. It’s pretty amazing just how many special editions make their way to Japan, and end up residing in a car park in some far-flung residential areas.

The Morris Minor 1000

While travelling with the family in Nagano prefecture recently, the wife happened to come across this classic ‘Morris Minor’, parked up in a popular tourist attraction. With it’s minuscule 37bhp, 948cc engine managing a top-speed of 128kph, this particular vehicle, registered in the Yokohama district, must have taken an eternity to travel the 200kms+ to where it was parked.