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Han's Garage was an automotive garage in Tokyo, Japan owned by Han Seoul-Oh that served as an entertainment venue as well as his primarily place of residence. Sean Boswell moves into the garage when he leaves his fathers house, and later invites Neela to stay there as well when she leaves Takashi.

History

The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift

Han Seoul-Oh brings Sean to his garage after using him to collect his money and allowing him to drive his Mazda RX-7 VeilSide. Han introduces him to the various locations connected to his garage before showing him the actual workshop where he gives him a 2006 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX. Sean uses the garage and its components to work on his car while Han teaches him to drift.

Sean later moves into the garage after moving out of his Dad's house and is given a bunk to sleep in. Neela later moves in after breaking up with Takashi and together they flee the garage when he threatens to kill Han.

Later, Sean, Twinkie, and their friends break into the garage to find a car they can use in the race only to discover they have all been impounded. They later use the garage and its components to re-build a Ford Mustang belonging to Sean's dad and use it to race.

F9

When Mia Toretto and Letty Ortiz arrive in Tokyo to find information on Han, they break into Han's old garage which has been left untouched for years. They find some old files and learn that the connection between Han and Mr. Nobody was Gisele Yashar and she and Mr. Nobody fought in Mossad together. They leave the garage, deeming it to be a dead end.

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Trivia

  • It is unknown what happened to the garage after the events of Tokyo Drift until F9, where it is learnt that the garage was untouched for years.
  • For Han's Garage, Craig Lieberman claimed that it was located next to the Sixth Street Bridge in Los Angeles with the decorations and vehicles from Tokyo.[1]
  • The garage appears again in F9, but the scene was deleted and revealed in the Directors Cut.

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