Four years. Nearly 1,500 days living overseas in Japan. However, now I have returned to my home, New Zealand. Returned to enjoy the smell of smoke in The Land of the Long White Cloud. It had been about a month since I had touched NZ soil, I had done my two weeks of Managed Isolation… Read More Home Sweet Home with Final Clout
It’s been a year now since we visited Kobe (神戸) in Japan (日本). We shot so many cars that somehow a year’s worth of content come from it, plus some. As well as old content from Japan (日本), we are also producing new content within Japan (日本), with Bihoku Highland Circuit (備北ハイランドサーキット) only a 1.5… Read More Spotlight Feature: Kazuki-san’s S14 & Mae-san’s S13
Probably the most stock Silvia that turned up to our little gathering in Kobe was Singo-san’s black on black S13. One thing I noticed straight away was that it actually looked drivable, unlike a lot of the other modified cars I had seen around the streets of Japan. Singo-san was a very peculiar character, he… Read More Spotlight Feature: Singo-san’s Nissan Silvia S13
It’s nearly been a year since I was last in Japan shooting some truly insane cars. We still have a few more articles to get through before all of the content is released, though. After that, we can start releasing fresh content, because If you didn’t already know, our new base is situated right in… Read More Osaka’s Best: A Bunny with aggression!
During our little get-together in Osaka, well actually Kobe, we had quite a few Silvias and 180SXs show up to the carpark. A carpark that felt exactly like the one from F&F Tokyo Drift. We were privileged enough to have four S13s present, and so much spare time. With the combined effort of Akifumi-san, we… Read More Spotlight Feature: Same Same, But Different
Team SSHHH, Team Cream, Team Sparkle, Team PRIVATE, Drift Army, Riverside, are all household names in the New Zealand automotive scene. Predominantly filled with Japanese cars, these teams, clubs, crews or however you want to label them, have been producing exceptionally high levels of entertainment to New Zealand onlookers for years, be it door banging… Read More Happy Death: Team Yukai Sendo