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Lonely Planet Japan

Lonely Planet Travel Guide - Japan (also from the UK, Canada) - October 2003

Features: over 170 maps, including 4 colour maps; special 32 page full-colour section on the Japanese arts - both ancient and modern; fascinating historical and cultural insights; details on outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling and skiing; extensive transport information, including rail and bus travel; latest details of places to stay, eat and be entertained for all budgets; and indispensable language section and Japanese script throughout

Eyewitness Travel Guides - Japan

Eyewitness Travel Guides - Japan (also from the UK, Canada) - September 2003

Includes: Tokyo, Central Honshu, Kyoto City, Western Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu, Okinawa, Northern Honshu, and Hokkaido

Fodor's Japan Travel Guide

Fodor's Japan Travel Guide (also from the UK, Canada) - April 2002

No matter what your budget or whether it's your first trip or fifteenth, Fodor's Gold Guides get you where you want to go. In this completely up-to-date guide our experts who live in Japan give you the inside track, showing you all the things to see and do -- from must-see sights to off-the-beaten-path adventures, from shopping to outdoor fun. Fodor's Japan shows you hundreds of hotel and restaurant choices in all price ranges -- from budget-friendly B&Bs to luxury hotels, from casual eateries to the hottest new restaurants, complete with thorough reviews showing what makes each place special. The Smart Travel Tips A to Z section helps you take care of the nitty gritty with essential local contacts and great advice -- from how to take your mountain bike with you to what to do in an emergency. Your personal supply of Post-it? flags makes it easy to mark your favorite listings. Plus, web links, costs, and mix-and-match itineraries make planning a snap.

Gateway to Japan (Kodansha Guide)

Gateway to Japan (Kodansha Guide) (also from the UK, Canada) - April 1998

When friends want to know where to go in Japan, I always ask, "What are you interested in?" One friend spent every day at the Kabuki theater in Tokyo. Another ventured north to savor the culinary traditions of Tohoku. We know people who adore Tokyo, exulting in the energy of the world's most futuristic megapolis. Others loath it and flee to tranquil Kyoto, the former imperial city that epitomizes the refinement of traditional culture. Still others visit both cities and marvel at the extremes represented by these opposing poles of the Japanese experience. The diversity of cultural and geographic offerings can be intimidating. The two sections of this book, History and Culture and Japan by Region, are designed to make them more manageable. History and Culture focuses on specific topics and recommends where to go. Japan by Region gives the practical information you need to make the trip.

Frommer's Japan Travel Guide

Frommer's Japan Travel Guide (also from the UK, Canada) - June 2004

Japan can be a bewildering destination, but Frommer's helps you travel like a pro, with practical tips on getting around, communicating, conducting business, and navigating the local etiquette and customs. We've included precise directions to every establishment, and dozens of accurate maps. You'll also rely on our handy appendix of useful phrases and our Japanese character key, which allows you to easily recognize establishment names when you see signs on the street.

In case you're worried about Japan's high prices, Frommer's brings you dozens of listings for affordable accommodations and restaurants. Look for candid reviews of the best accommodations, from plush, high-tech business hotels to moderately priced bargains and authentic ryokan.

Meticulously researched, Frommer's Japan is the only guide you'll need to experience the best of this exotic land. With Frommer's in hand, you'll see it all, from the swirl of Tokyo's nightlife to the traditional Japanese flavor of Kyoto. Whether you want to visit majestic shrines and temples or explore the serene landscapes of the Japan Alps, it's all here in one insightful, user-friendly guide.

The Japanese Way : Aspects of Behavior, Attitudes, and Customs of the Japanese

The Japanese Way : Aspects of Behavior, Attitudes, and Customs of the Japanese (also from the UK, Canada) - November 1996

For All Students Ideal for a variety of courses, this valuable handbook helps students understand how people of today's Japan think, do business, and act in their daily lives

Going to Japan on Business: Protocol, Strategies, and Language for the Corporate Traveler

Going to Japan on Business: Protocol, Strategies, and Language for the Corporate Traveler (also from the UK, Canada) - December 2002

Thousands of Americans travel to Japan every month for face-to-face meetings and negotiations. Here are tips for first-time and seasoned business travelers, in a handy form for on-the-spot use. Includes information on trip preparation, getting around, making introductions, conducting meetings, socializing, sounding good in Japanese, and more. 3rd updated edition.

Rough Guide Japan

Rough Guide - Japan (also from the UK, Canada) - August 2001

For a country that lived in self-imposed isolation until 150 years ago, Japan has not hesitated in making up for lost time since the world came calling. Anyone who’s eaten sushi or used a Sony Walkman feels they know something about this slinky archipelago of some 6800 volcanic islands tucked away off the far eastern coast of Asia, and yet, from the moment of arrival in this oddly familiar, quintessentially Oriental land it’s almost as if you’ve touched down on another planet. Japan is a place of ancient gods and customs, but is also the cutting edge of cool modernity. High-speed trains whisk you from one end of the country to another with frightening punctuality. You can catch sight of a farmer tending his paddy field, then turn the corner and find yourself next to a neon-festooned electronic games parlour in the suburb of a sprawling metropolis. One day you could be picking through the fashions in the biggest department store on earth, the next relaxing in an outdoor hot-spring pool, watching cherry blossom or snowflakes fall, depending on the season.

Japan is never going to be a cheap place to travel, but there’s no reason why it should be wildly expensive either. Some of the most atmospheric and traditionally Japanese places to stay and eat are often those that are the best value. Furthermore, the recession and tentative moves towards deregulation of the airlines, among other industries, have led to significant price-cutting in some areas.

A Practical Guide to Living in Japan: Everything You Need to Know to Successfully Settle In

A Practical Guide to Living in Japan: Everything You Need to Know to Successfully Settle In (also from the UK, Canada) - 2003

Here's just what you need to happily establish yourself in your new home in Japan. You'll get the facts on banking, immigration, and insurance, plus daily-life tips on renting an apartment, utilities, transportation, and shopping for furniture. You'll also get insider advice on how to find a job, learn Japanese, and make new friends, as well as basic information on etiquette and customs. Packed with strategies, charts, and simple how-to instructions

What's What in Japanese Restaurants: A Guide to Ordering Eating and Enjoying

What's What in Japanese Restaurants: A Guide to Ordering Eating and Enjoying (also from the UK, Canada) - September 1996

The first and only guide of its kind offering practical tips on what to order and how to enjoy it. Alongside extensive sample menus, this handy volume also explores the history of Japanese restaurant etiquette, the emphasis on visual presentation, and regional variations.

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