A Prelude To Mooneyes

December is always a busy month in Japan.

While racing calendars around the world slow down, and in a lot of cases take a break, Japan kicks it up a notch with a series of events and meets we always looked forward to covering. Every year, the one to kick the proper winter season off is the Yokohama Hot Rod Custom Show put on by our friends at Mooneyes Japan.

We spent the day roaming the halls of the Pacifico Exhibition Center in the heart of Yokohama for the show’s set up, basking in the unique atmosphere and trying to hunt out the more interesting cars to spotlight. We’ll have a comprehensive set of posts for you to enjoy in the coming week, but until then, hit play above and check out the short video Phil put together.

Nismo Festival is on tomorrow so we really have an action packed weekend here in Japan to enjoy. You can expect to see more on that next week as well…

Dino Dalle Carbonare
Instagram: speedhunters_dino

Video by Phil Boquida
Instagram: phill.jp



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Good video!


You guys should build out your youtube channel. This is good stuff.


I'm pretty sure the decision to post another Z car pic had to be an inside joke...

Dino Dalle Carbonare

Please explain ...


Because Trevor posted 6 or 7 articles about Z cars, then you go to Yokohama with all the best custom cars and diverse styles, then you post yet another pic of a mildly modified Z car taken with a cell phone. And that's my explanation...


Dear Sirs/Madams, I'd like to cash in all my Speedhunters tokens for a feature on that satin yellow Buick. Please and thank you very much.

Dino Dalle Carbonare

Don't you worry, that Eight has been added to the list. Looked sensational


Always look forward to your Mooneyes coverage

Dino Dalle Carbonare

On the way!


Love the Vaporwave, Dino.


Anyone covering ae86 matsuri tommorow at Tsukuba