When Mazda dreams of itself, it dreams perhaps of the three-wheelers, without which there would be no Le Mans to dream of, no sun-dappled mountain roads for Miatas. The three-wheel Mazda-Go, in 1931, was Mazda’s first vehicle, and they kept making them for 40 years. This, the T2000, was the last, a Japanese giant hornet to the European honeybee of a Piaggio Ape, good for two tons. Don’t bring a trailer: it’s got one.
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These Walking Dreams is a visual field diary of a 4,300-kilometer walk from one end of Japan to the other, in the spring and summer of 2017.