Tokyo Encounter: Odaiba Parking Lot Car Spotting

Over three weeks into 2018, and I’m barely posting my first post of the year. Needless to say, I feel a bit unaccomplished but I’ve been working on re-editing some old photos from years past that may or may not be thrown on the site. One of the reasons why the site has been slow for the past few weeks was due to the fact that I’ve been busy with some personal aspects of my life such as getting back to playing basketball on a daily basis and spending more time hanging out with friends. But the main reason is simply that I haven’t planned or went to any event for the month of January… However, come February, I’m gonna be kicking in high gear and hopefully get the site rolling for 2018. With that said, let’s take a look back at some shots from my Japan trip last October when me and a couple of friends decided to peruse the parking lot at Odaiba during D1GP.

Photos by MoMoHitsTheSpot!



RX7s were well represented.

There were more Supras in the lot, but these two were by far the cleanest.

Couple of clean S15s were also present.

The CP9A is probably my favorite Evolution chassis.

Several miscellaneous cars to round out our adventure in the parking lot… sounds kinda funny saying that, but I honestly think Japan is the only country where you can go to a random parking lot and see gems left and right. Of course having D1GP next door does help…

Speaking of D1GP, we actually spent some time browsing the booths a bit and I managed to get a few shots from the event…

Not a part of D1GP, but the famous life-size Gundam is also located in Odaiba, so be sure to check it out if you decide to head out to Japan. When we were there, the RX-0 Unicorn was on display.

Never thought I’d have drift cars up on the site, but I do have a slight appreciation for the sport.

Lovely ITB’d SR20 at the Tomei booth.

And a few cuties at the Endless booth to cap off this post.

Hope you guys enjoyed the photos!

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