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New Posts Roppongi

Where the wild things are. Roppongi houses some of the world's biggest night clubs, and a myriad of bars, love hotels and big corporation offices. This large entertainment district draws in a lot of tourists looking for a good time. The less reputable establishments house a strong Yakuza presence, which attracts local law enforcement to the area. Be careful not to bite off more than you can chew.


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New Posts Akihabara

The electronic mecca, and the place that tuners rule over. Any part not strictly illegal is available here, along with a few that are. And yes, you want to read erotic comics about your two favourite riders? Akihabara. You want to utilise your AT skills to perform advanced tricks while carrying a teapot, wearing a maid costume? Akihabara. You want to tune up a gigantic robot? Akihabara. Where even what doesn't work somehow works.


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New Posts Asakusa

The gateway to the edo period. Even though large parts of Asakusa got destroyed in the second world war, what remains is very old, and so is much of the population. Still, the many beautiful temples and newly built 634m/2,080 ft tall Tokyo Sky tree has recently fallen victim to frequent break-ins by storm riders looking for a good place to fight. Asakusa's large, outdoors marketplace, where there used to be mostly kimonos and snacks for sale, has also started to see signs of the storm riding scene, with people setting up stands to sell outfits, parts and merchandise.


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New Posts Ikebukuro

If you want to have one of the coolest indie music experiences of your life, be it rock or be it rap, Ikebukuro is your place. Unfortunately, if you want to join a street gang or get illicit drugs, Ikebukuro is probably also your best bet. It's lively and dynamic to live here, foreigners are more common, no night is ever quite the same.
Though not as famous as Akihabara, Ikebukuro is also an active electronics scene, and one perhaps even more likely to get you the less commons things you might need. Not too far off from the pleasure district, Sewer Stadium is located, making this the centre of the less than legal battles.


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New Posts Sewer Stadium

Near Ikebukuro lies Japan's biggest stormriding area for illegal matches. With an impressive system of sewers and tunnels and cubes alike, all well-equipped with cameras for live-streaming, comfortable spectator seats and Tokyo's best hotdogs, it's easy to see why the popularity has skyrocked. All the same, matches here have a reputation of being brutal and bloody, sometimes even deadly for those not careful enough.


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New Posts Mt. Fuji

It's said that every Japanese person must climb Mt. Fuji at least once in their life. This runs more true than ever now that people have figured out what a great place for training it is. Climbing the mountain is hard work in itself, mudslides are common, and the mountain itself is 3,776 m/12,389 ft high, but once you reach the top, the thin air and high air pressure makes it ideal for the Sonia Road.
North of the base also lies the Aokigahara forest, a place long rumoured to be haunted by ghosts and demons alike. It's very easy to get lost in there, and with the high rate of suicides committed, who will know?


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New Posts Tuner Championship - House 732

The turner championship is a bit outside of central Tokyo, closer to the harbors of Yokohama. What the building originally was used for is hard to tell, perhaps some kind of bomb shelter, but a few years ago it was bought and made into the championship arena for tuners.

Completely without restoring it first, it's still a block of cement, where electricity and gas almost seems like an afterthought, wires and pipes hanging all over the roof, the only sources of light are lone lightbulbs and the occasional hole in the roof. No windows. Here is the map.


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New Posts Shinjuku

Shinjuku is like a town on it's own, from enormous shopping malls to small back alleys. Japan's infamous red-light district, Kabukichou is also located here, packed with host-clubs and soup bars and for all tastes, including bars completely hosted by AI robots, as well as the world's biggest IMAX 4D theatre.


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