We’ve covered Yokohama’s Daikoku parking area (PA) a few times over the years. That doesn’t matter though، as it constantly changes and never ceases to amaze.
Technically، it’s a service station. But for Japanese car nuts، it’s more than a place to stretch your legs، have a leak and grab some processed and sweaty yakisoba. For decades، it’s been an open-air amphitheatre and the beating heart of the Japanese car scene.
However، when we popped down a few weeks ago we witnessed the most eclectic haul of supercars، low-riders، Boso cars، vans and everything in between. So no matter what sliver of car culture piques your interest، there’s something for everyone. So click through and tell us your favourites below.
Thankfully those pesky WLTP emission regulations haven’t made its way over to this Lambo and its gorgeous pea-shooter exhausts yet.
The slantnose was acceptable in the 80s. It’s still acceptable now.
What’s better than one R34 GT-R? Many R34 GT-Rs. Many، many R34 GT-Rs.
It’s not every day you see a Koenigsegg casually parked up at a service station. Unless you’re in Japan، that is. Where it’s very much a possibility.