Tokyo Travel Guide: Visit the Japanese capital! Discover the newest and most exciting stores, restaurants, hotels, museums to go.
The third edition is now available globally on Amazon and Apple!
With 30 more pages than the second edition, the guide adds the latest shops, restaurants, museums, and hotels, the new Toyosu Market, and destinations for short trips from Tokyo.
In addition to providing addresses, the guide also covers in each text the trends and topics in Tokyo: rising contemporary fashion designers and young chefs, modernized traditional crafts, demand among consumers for ingredients made through sustainable farming, and so on.
It's perfect for anyone who wants the lowdown on the latest Tokyo trends, from curious tourists to business people such as fashion or life style buyers, artists, professional journalists and popular bloggers.
Tokyo Now : The up-to-the-minute city guide on where to shop, eat, see art and stay.
Traveling to Tokyo? Then you are about to experience the most exciting and unique metropolis in the world. Excellent food and a thrilling mixture of modern and traditional culture all combine to offer you an unforgettable experience.
But it isn't always easy to find the newest, best spots, as favored by the locals. Using this guide, you won't miss out on anything amazing.
This guide illuminates the latest and most exciting places to shop, dine, see art and stay in the Japanese capital. Its editorial team is composed of professional Japanese and American writers based in Tokyo, Paris and London, and who also work for major international publications; the graphic design team is based in Paris.
The information for each entry is extremely detailed, and readers have already expressed their appreciation for the format and the content.
As no street names are displayed in Japanese cities, it's very easy to get lost. Now though, there's no need to worry. There are links to an online map service embedded in the pages of this guide, offering you quick and easy access.
Inside Tokyo Now city guide:
●coverage of 6 major shopping districts:
Harajuku, Omote-sando, Ginza, Daikan-yama, Yanaka & Kuramae
●best places to dine. From Japanese, French and Italian restaurants run by talented chefs to delicious ramen and cake shops.
●top-notch museums and galleries.
●luxury and designer hotels that are worth the stay.
●selection of fashion, accessories, objets and sweets to buy in Tokyo.
●detailed and useful information: opening hours, phone, numbers, websites, transport, Google Maps, icon display for dining options, dietary considerations, high-tech toilets,etc...
●lavishly illustrated with photos and map.
Photo: Yoko OKU