The Car Park is located in the Shibuya district of Toyko and it is first seen when Twinkie brings Sean to a local parking garage where Tokyo drift racers hang out. It is there that Sean learns about the world of Tokyo's drift racing scene. While Sean is hanging around in the car park he meets with his classmate Neela but as he talks to her he finds himself in a confrontation with Takashi the drift king (or DK as he is called) as he became jealous of Neela talking with Sean. It is during the confrontation that Sean challenges DK to a race. Han Seoul-Oh, who is DK's business partner, lends his Nissan Silvia S15 to Sean for the race. DK and Sean race and Sean loses after wrecking the car due to his inexperience with drifting.
After Sean is taught how to drift by Han, he races DK's right hand man Morimoto at the Car Park and easily beats him. At the end of the film Sean (who became the new drift king) and his crew including Neela are hanging out at the Car Park when Twinkie comes up to Sean and tells him that someone wants to challenge him, Sean only accepting the challenge after finding out the other racer knew Han. Sean pulls up in his Nissan Silvia S15 next to a silver Plymouth Road Runner and sees the mystery driver as none other than Dominic Toretto. Dom tells Sean that he won the Road Runner from his friend Han when Han used to roll with him. Neela counts off the race between the two and the cars take off around the first corner.
Part of the car park is seen briefly in Furious 7 where Dom and Sean are talking after their race, Dom being the implied winner as Sean tells Dom he didn't think Dom was that fast. Sean gives Dom a picture of Gisele and Dom's cross necklace, which Dom takes back to Los Angeles along with Han's body.
- The real parking garage used in Tokyo Drift is actually located at the Hawthorne Plaza Mall in Los Angeles.
- The parking garage used in Furious 7 is different to the one used in Tokyo Drift, and is located in Atlanta, Georgia.
- This parking garage was also used to film the phone call between Brian and Mia where he gives his precautionary goodbye.