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which seems a lit­tle ridicu­lous for a large car show to be held in the mid­dle of the week, but it was done so to co­in­cide with the na­tional week-long Golden Week. As such, Wekfest Ja­pan, de­spite hav­ing the show mid-week, at­tracted thou­sands of trav­el­ers from all over ja­pan to at­tend the fourth an­nual event. Some even en­dured six hours of traf­fic to make it to the show!

Be­fore at­tend­ing the show, I had my ex­pec­ta­tions, as I've seen event cov­er­age through so­cial me­dia out­lets from pre­vi­ous years, but when I walked through those doors all I could say was, “Ex­tra­or­di­nary.” Each ve­hi­cle is built with pas­sion and heart, and it showed by the amount of mi­nus­cule de­tail put into each mod­i­fi­ca­tion.

One thing I would like to point out, and was ex­tremely happy about, was the lay­out of the event. The area was oval shaped with beau­ti­ful nat­u­ral light­ing seep­ing through the glass win­dows. Ven­dors were placed around the out­side of perime­ter, which al­lowed traf­fic that wanted to pur­chase mer­chan­dise or speak to rep­re­sen­ta­tives at the booths away from the cars. This made it very help­ful for any photographer want­ing to snap some good shots of the 250-plus cars at the show.

It is re­ally hard to pick out fa­vorites from this show, as there were so many dif­fer­ent styles to choose from, so I'll let you pick your fa­vorites from the pho­tog­ra­phy on the page.

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