One-Stop NSX Shop
If you find yourself in the greater Tokyo area and you happen to be an NSX fan, you've got to visit Macs, one of the largest (perhaps the largest) NSX dealerships in the world. It doesn't take much to earn that reputation though-since 1997, when Macs first opened its doors to NSX fans, it's typically stored no more than a dozen or so aluminum supercars at a time, most of which remain inside the building, behind the glass. A rarity even in the NSX's birthplace, don't visit Macs expecting to find a small stable of NSX-Rs and Type S Zeros though, because you won't. Of course, the R and Type S Zero-rarities even in Japan-are what we all really want to see when we go there, but only the lucky are fortunate enough to see the real thing as both are about as unusual as they come. Instead, plan on settling for one or two of the next best thing, the Type S, which is nearly as cool to see.
Navigating your way to Macs for a new car or for routine maintenance isn't terribly difficult. From central Tokyo, make your way to Hikarigaoka Station via the Oedo Line, exit, turn left, and walk straight down the street for about ten minutes. Macs is on the right side. Just look for the brick building packed full of Honda supercars.