By Lonely Planet, Chris Rowthorn, Simon Richmond, Wendy Yanagihara, Craig Mclachlan, Andrew Bender, Ray Bartlett, Laura Crawford, Rebecca Milner, Benedict Walker
Lonely Planet Japan is your passport to the main appropriate, up to date recommendation on what to determine and pass, and what hidden discoveries watch for you. store and dine in electrical Tokyo, discover Kyoto's gorgeous temples and gardens, or hike the majestic Japan Alps; all together with your relied on commute better half. Get to the center of Japan and start your trip now!
Inside Lonely Planet's Japan go back and forth Guide:
Colour maps and photographs throughout
Highlights and itineraries assist you tailor your journey in your own wishes and interests
Insider how one can keep money and time and get round like an area, warding off crowds and bother spots
Essential details at your fingertips - hours of operation, cell numbers, web content, transit assistance, prices
Honest studies for all budgets - consuming, napping, sight-seeing, going out, buying, hidden gem stones that the majority guidebooks miss
Cultural insights provide you with a richer, extra worthwhile commute adventure - together with historical past, artwork, structure, literature, food, sake, onsen (hot springs), customs and etiquette, language and more
Free, handy pull-out Tokyo map (included in print version), plus over 148 color maps
Covers Tokyo, Mt Fuji, Kyoto, Osaka, Kansai, the Japan Alps, Hokkaido, Northern Honshu (Tohoku), Okinawa & the Southwest Islands, Kyushu, Shikoku, and extra
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Lonely Planet Japan (14th Edition) by Lonely Planet, Chris Rowthorn, Simon Richmond, Wendy Yanagihara, Craig Mclachlan, Andrew Bender, Ray Bartlett, Laura Crawford, Rebecca Milner, Benedict Walker