Hokkaido Highway Blues: Hitchhiking Japan
It had never been done before. Not in 2,000 years of Japanese recorded history had anyone followed the Cherry Blossom Front from one end of the country to the other. Nor had anyone hitchhiked the length of Japan. But, heady on sakura and sake, Will Ferguson bet he could do both. The resulting travelogue is one of the funniest and most illuminating books ever written about Japan. And, as Ferguson learns, it illustrates that to travel is better than to arrive.
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Review: Hokkaido Highway BluesUser Review - Robert Dodds - Goodreads
A thoroughly enjoyable read, which prepared me for my upcoming first visit to Japan (not that I intend to hitch-hike). The author offers insights into Japanese characteristics through the often ... Read full review
Review: Hokkaido Highway BluesUser Review - Paul - Goodreads
Hitching Rides With Buddha, also is published as Hokkaido Highway Blues, but they are the same book.This was a fantastic look at Japan, away from the main cities, and provides real insight into the ... Read full review