Here’s some rare footage of the 1957 Tokyo Motor Show, which was held outdoors in Hibiya Park. At the time, Japan’s total automotive output was only a hair over 47,000 units, about 1/130 of the US’s. Debuts included the S30 Toyopet Crown in Deluxe trim level, the T10 Toyota Corona, and the Fuji Cabin, a closed-cockpit three-wheeled RWD scooter (that bubble-looking thing towards the end of the clip). And oh yeah, and Prince Motor Company introduced an obscure little sedan known as the Skyline. Video below the fold.