10+ Japanese Car Culture Bosozoku PNG. Bosozoku (crazy speed tribe) groups saw the light in the 50's, when the japanese automotive industry was at its fastest rate of expansion, this subculture used to emulate the motorbike rebels seen in american movie and evolved in its own way. In the best way possible.
The first appearance of these types of biker gangs was in the 1950s. According to japan's national police agency statistics, bosozoku membership peaked at 42,510 in 1982. So, bosozoku style cars should best be described as the cars driven by the japanese gangs.
If you like japanese cars and have a decent internet connection, you may have ventured into the japanese market side of the vehicles.
Understanding japan's car culture and how it has evolved through the years requires a look into all these aspects, though it's the demise of the midnight club closed the chapter on japan's golden age of street racing. By road & track staff and tywin pham. Bosozoku style toyota corona mark ii coupe rt70 eventhough the later mark ii models are immensively popular as zokusha the first. Japanese car culture is obscenely diverse and interesting.