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Tricked-Out Tokyo Cars Photographed by Tomoyuki Sakaguchi

By: Armida Ascano - Published: Oct 5, 2010   Updated: May 24 2011 • References: tsaka.jp and pinktentacle
Tomoyuki Sakaguchi's portfolio is riddled with tricked-out rides. These amazing autos boast an anime inspiration, with pretty pink-haired princesses painted all over their exteriors (and interiors).

Tomoyuki Sakaguchi has released a photo collection of these unique cars with an iPad book entitled 'Ita-sha.' Tomoyuki Sakaguchi has capitalized on the Japanese street craze of tricked-out buggies while exercising an impeccable skill for photography.

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