Kazuhiro Furukawa runs Car Craft Boon.
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Car Craft Boon modifies cars for all manner of racing, including Kanjo street racing.
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Kanjo cars tend to be Honda Civics.
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Furukawa likes them because he thinks they're fun to drive.
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All forms of street racing are, obviously, illegal.
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Kanjo encourages racers to slalom through moving traffic.
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Furukawa knows how dangerous this can be.
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He's seen people get arrested...
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...he's been arrested himself...
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...he's also seen people die.
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He maintains, with a twinkle in his eye, that Kanjo is for the young.
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You know he misses it, though.
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