Diablo Driving Japanese Gangster is a Loveable Rogue

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A look at a major figure in Tokyo's underground scene.

At some point, you’ve probably watched a movie with a character in it with such a flamboyant and outrageous personality that it makes the whole movie less believable. Well, meet Morohoshi-san, a Lamborghini Diablo driving genuine gangster who seems straight out of a movie. His cars, his clothes and the company of Yakuza and Bosozoku (biker gangs) make for a larger-than-life persona, and he knows it. The film is called “Love to Hate Me”, and some people will surely do just that.

But these are men who are used to negative attention, and they are unlikely to care what you think. Whatever your opinion, it is an interesting glimpse into Tokyo's underground world.

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