Even if it’s halfway around the world from Italy, it hasn’t stopped a number of the affluent folks from Japan from building a strong presence of Ferrari owners in the country.
Recently, Ferrari Japan organized a Ferrari-exclusive festival in the Land of the Rising Sun that was attended by hundreds of Ferrari owners. All in all, about 600 Ferraris made the trip near the base of Japan’s most picturesque scenery, Mt. Fuji. Among the Prancing Horse models that showed up for the festival includes some of the rarest machines to come out of Maranello, including four Ferrari 599XXs, six Ferrari FXXs, the 1999 F399 Formula One race car, as well as a number of Ferrari F40s and F50s.
In addition to a host of activities that were done during the event, Ferrari Japan also used the festival to debut two of the company’s newest super toys, the Ferrari 599 GTO and the Ferrari 458 Italia.
Looking at these photos, we, just like everybody else, can only imagine what it’s like to be part of such a prestigious club. Seeing all those Ferraris in one place has definitely given us a case of scarlet envy.