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Tsurikawa (つり革) are commonplace in Japan, found hanging inside train carriages for passengers to steady themselves with whilst the train is moving. So why are they so deeply-rooted with the JDM car scene? Back in the day, Bosozoku gangsters would steal these subway handles and attach them to heavily modified cars in order to show rebellion and disrespect to authority.
Nowadays, car enthusiasts are still flaunting them to express their freedom. Uphold this Japanese tradition with our custom hand-made Tsurikawa drift charm handles.
A unique accessory for any car enthusiast, hang it with pride from anywhere inside your car (or anywhere else for that matter). Ready to hang, and supplied in our signature SaitoWorks packaging.
You will need to unscrew the brass rivet to install, this can be done by hand or with a flat head screwdriver.
As this Tsurikawa is made from real leather and beechwood, not plastic, it is for decorative/show use only – not suitable as a functional safety handle or hanging from the rear of a car whilst driving.
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