So we decided to take a last-minute trip to Tokyo to get a snapshot of the Japanese car world and to get a quick look at Tokyo all crammed into a week’s timeframe. If you are not used to international travel or are intimidated by a totally strange place or want to get an insider’s view of some of Japan’s hottest tuners, I can wholeheartedly recommend going on the Tokyo Auto Salon Tour arranged by DSport Magazine every year. This is my 3rd trip with Dsport and I have always had an excellent time with them. The DSport Staff works very hard to make sure that everyone has a trip with minimal stress and you can get to see the most stuff with the least amount of time. Our trip started at LAX where we boarded a trip for a 14-hour flight to Tokyo.
I brought my Daughter Christa along as she had never been to Japan before.
Communication is important and one of the cheap ways to communicate in Japan is to rent a wifi hotspot at the airport. You can get one for 10-$15 a day at one of the kiosks around the airport terminal. This works well no matter what kind of phone you have or who your provider is.