Infinity Yu Jing: Aragoto Senkenbutai - Combi Rifle, Light Shotgun, Spitfire BOX (2)In a crisis-ridden and repressed society like the Nipponese, speed appears to be one of the few remaining escape-valves for young people. The Army has recognized and capitalized on this addiction to Speedy by creating the Aragoto Regiment. In Kabuki theatre, Aragoto means rude performance, a theatrical style employing dynamic and exaggerated movements in the representation of fearless and courageous heroes. And it is true that the Aragoto, mounted on their powerful, purring machines, personify the ideal character of their namesake, becoming champions of the asphalt. According to the Kabuki code, the red of their motorbikes symbolizes strength, vitality, rectitude and valor all attributes of heroes like them, the Senkenbutai, whose function is to serve as a immediate intervention force, the spear-head of attack operations; conducting contingency actions against hostile elements and engaging the enemy as rapidly as possible. For this reason their machines, the TZ Tsurugi (Broadsword), have been designed for speed fanatics who studied Engineering and aerodynamics. Originally conceived as propulsion units for the air force, the motor has been mounted on a structure with maximum flexibility and all-terrain capabilities, but with a competition chassis designed for the race circuit offering minimum fluid dynamic resistance. With these specifications, being Aragoto Senkenbutai means getting into a fight with your motor blazing and your adrenalin flowing at fever-pitch the golden dream of any Nipponese youth.