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Lonely Planet, 2007 - Travel - 868 pages
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Dodge flying fish at the world's greatest sashimi market. Find yourself spirited away to Miyazaki's museum of anime. Master the perfect double-clap and bow for your first shrine visit. Earn your keep in a Buddhist temple. Japan resident authors, 343 days of research, 120 detailed maps, three geisha sightings. You asked for it, we researched it - everything you need to know about onsen (hot springs) and skiing, and more language assistance than ever. Cost-saving tips even the locals don't know.

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Clark was born into a Greek-American community. His Greek roots go back to the village of Karavostamo on the Aegean island of Ikaria, home of his maternal grandparents. When not travelling to Greece, he teaches English to international students in San Francisco and Berkeley, California.

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