There are many great videos of Highway driving in Tokyo which remind you of Ridge Racer. Here is a nice peaceful drive in the countryside at dusk which reminds of heading out to golf in the evening to be ready early for the next days play.

It also reminds me I need to get the video camera out and do some driving.

Car Parks from Kingofpunk on Vimeo.

From Mos Burger to Tengetsu Restaurant with a Nikon D90 with a 18-105 mm

Thanks to kingofpunk for this video and relaxing music.

You can see the whole selection of kingofpunk videos on vimeo.

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Rrabano August 25, 2009 at 1:25 am

That is a nice cam-corder. What you guys using.

shibuya246 August 25, 2009 at 9:41 am

This was filmed by kingofpunk using a Nikon D90 camera with a 18-105 mm lens. The advantage of using cameras over video recorders is you get to use some nice lenses that you cant always find on video recorders. šŸ™‚

whipcracker August 25, 2009 at 1:33 am

RT @Shibuya246: Conbini Monday Wk17, Japan Conbini Monday | Shibuya246
Ridge Racer sure seems to be apopular theme for music to drive with. Danny Choo is always listening to Ridge Racer when he’s out driving. Never played the game, but my son played it often when he was younger. You’ll have to have Rilakkuma hold the camera while you drive. Don’t want to get stopped by one of those Japanese motorcycle cops, like the one in your previous picture posts.
Take care.

shibuya246 August 25, 2009 at 9:43 am

very true. always on the look out for police motorbikes. Rilakkuma doesnt have a license so he wont have to worry about getting fined. šŸ˜‰

Numer0bis August 25, 2009 at 4:45 am

what a nice video. I love the music. By any chance, do you know the name (artist and song title) of the music in this video. I really love it. Ridge Racer really seems popular and the sound suits those time lapse movies šŸ˜€

shibuya246 August 25, 2009 at 3:19 pm

Kingofpunk has replied to your comment:

“Hi shibuya246 the song is a free interpretation of “Nocturne nĀ°20” from Frederic Chopin, this version was taken from the soundtrack of a Japanese Drama “é¢Øć®ć‚¬ćƒ¼ćƒ‡ćƒ³””

Ryan August 25, 2009 at 2:00 pm

This is a great find, I love it!


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