Japan Skate Rock Tour 2010
Here's P-Stone's edit of all the makes from the trip, along with skating and band photos.
Video: P-Stone | Photos: Tsuyoshi Nishiyama & Jordan Joseffer
Cheese, the eye of the tiger. Photo: Joseffer
Peter Hewitt, frontside tailblock. Photo: Tsuyoshi
Tatsuya works at the shop and rips the compound. Photo: Joseffer
Tsuyoshi gettin' some. Photo: Joseffer
Tsuchinoko has a "P-Stone" song. The lyrics go something like, "He likes beer, P-Stone! He is fat but he can skate, P-Stone!" Every time they played it Preston took over the pit, Jersey-style. Photo: Joseffer
P-Stone by Tsuchinoko
Waiting is for pussies. Photo: Joseffer
Hewitt rolling. Photo: Joseffer
I Don't Care. Photo: Joseffer
Tony Trujillo, ollie off the container. Photo: Tsuyoshi
This mini-ramp from hell is inside the container that Tony ollied off of in the photo above.
Bad sHitz. Photo: Joseffer
Classic Hewitt. Photo: Tsuyoshi
Suge Yohei, frontside pivot. This dude rips. Photo: Tsuyoshi
Cheese to fakie. Sequence: Joseffer
Wataru, back Smith. Photo: Joseffer
Cosmic Neurose from Tokyo. This band rips. The singer runs around kicking as high and as hard as he can and jumps in the crowd. All their song titles are things like "Bad," "Punk," and "Fuck." If you like punk, check them out. Photo: Joseffer
Wataru, invert at Felem. Photo: Tsuyoshi
Mikasa 2010. Thanks Tsuyoshi and the Felem crew. See you next time.
For all Felem Skate Rock videos go here.
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