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Rehab In Japan

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Ha! I thought this was going to be about attending rehab while in Japan.

Ive been to both, although before I owned a Skyline so it didn't mean as much as it would now.... I would have bought more junk from the shop for one.

Good pics though

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Hehe, but I'll need rehab after Japan, way too much booze.

History Garage shop is truly addictive. Few more pics, Super GT BRZ, Few Toyotas and a GTR mag front cover - to show people that Japanese do drive their cars.

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Visited Garage Active in f*kuoka prefecture.

Sakamoto-San had 20 GT-Rs on display plus another 40 in various stages of repairs/mods/stripping at his main workshop.

Liberty Walk R35 with 1000bhp was quite a looker.

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Few more interesting visits over the last few days - NISMO HQ and Nissan Gallery in Yokohama. I'll load up the pics when i get a chance.

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I know if I ever go to Japan I'll waste stupid amounts of time crawling through wreckers trying to find obscure GT-R parts when I should be appreciating the beauty and history of the place!

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There's only so many temples and similar things to visit - after some time it all seems alike.

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