In a final days before a opening of a classic-car area in Shinagawa with adjoining seminar and use centre, Toshido Suda, President of a largest Mercedes-Benz bend in Japan, has his hands full. In further to looking after a normal business, he pays unchanging visits to a new outpost. The still immature bend with a loll and grill area in a smart new district of a city is peerless in a whole of Japan. Not as big, nor as prosperous as Suda’s dealership in a heart of Tokyo, a new branch, only a few kilometres from Disneyland Tokyo, is utterly different. Here, a atmosphere is cosy, people meet, review and simply relax in front of a open fireplace.