The last time I talked to Steve in person was at Autocon back in…April, I believe? Anyway, for the 30 or so minutes we chatted, he had mentioned wanting to put his 15″ Watanabes that […]
When it comes to R30 Skylines, there is no one crazier than Ikegaya-san of Utilitas Japan; and this fully restored 1984 DR30 is a prime example of just how crazy he can be. Ikegaya is […]
I can’t even remember what day it was, but last month we swung by Seeker on a whim to see what they had cooking. If you’re not familiar with Seeker, well, click the link. They have slowly become one of Japan’s most well known Honda tuning companies, and are creators of all things orange. The company is headed up by a younger individual and retains much of a grass roots feel to it; especially considering the shop is a little triangle shaped building on what could possibly be the tiniest piece of land in Tokyo. With that said, you may need to do a little, ahem, ‘seeking’ to find the place somewhere around Suginami. Once you find it though you’ll be treated to some nicely built cars, and a friendly staff. Check out a few more shots of the Fit past the break.
So I’ve returned! It seemed like such a short trip, and honestly, I didn’t get as much material as I would have liked. On a side note though, my friend is on his way over the Pacific as we speak, and has promised to send some Encounter shots. The first day after we arrived, we took a short trip to Tokyo and as we were walking around Shibuya looking for some good grub, I caught this little RS shooting by. I’m not too educated in Kei cars, but they are still a very big scene in Japan. The super-compact Toyota Vitz is popular among Kei Tuners.