SUNRISE AT EBISU: Higashi Course, “Drift Bible” CornerFebruary 2, 2012 2:19 am
What’s normally listed as simply “Corner 7”, and made famous in Keiichi Tsuchiya’s “Drift Bible” (called “Super Drift Technique” in Japan) it’s also known as “Restaurant Corner” because you can see it while eating your lunch in the restaurant. It’s also known as “Benjo Corner” or “Toilet Corner”, because if you open the window of the western-style toilet next to the restaurant, you can watch people drifting while you do your business.Tags: Ebisu Circuit
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This post was written by Alexi
im in need of a new wallpaper, please tell me you have this in 1920×1200…
Crying in 3… 2… 1…
wow best of all 3 worlds: pooping, eating and drifting.
Awesome picture Alexi! im so happy ive skidded that corner and watched people slide it while on the can 😀
Alexi, wallpaper now!
Yes! definately wallpaper!
So now we know what you were doing..
Y U NO WALLPAPER!
“It’s also known as “Benjo Corner” or “Toilet Corner”, because if you open the window of the western-style toilet next to the restaurant, you can watch people drifting while you do your business”
HAHAHAHA I would love to go drifting there only to have some dude doing the business while I go by.
Haha I totally read that as “open the door” as in an outside toilet, to see a head poking up is not as hilarious as one sitting on a toilet with the door open, now some may question why THAT was my assumption, well its Japan after all nothing really surprise me any more if it happens there : )
Oomylordd…. w-wallpaper.. p-please!