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Lonely Planet, 2005 - Travel - 812 pages
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Let the bullet train whisk you from futuristic Tokyo to Kyoto's most exquisite temples. Join a sake-filled cherry blossom party or the drum beat of a local matsuri. Pick your own way through sophisticated mega-cities packed with world-class museums. Then meet the wild snow monkeys of Chubu. How could one country offer so much ? This bestselling guidebook explains it ail. Get more for your yen - insider's budget tips and smart accommodation options mean you can do what you want, whatever your budget. Know the route - packed with over 150 maps, more than any other guide to Japan. Feast like an emperor - our Food & Drink chapter and mouth-watering restaurant listings dish up the best sushi and sashimi on the archipelago. Escape the crowds - comprehensive coverage of Mt Fuji, Okinawa and the Southwest Islands, Kyushu and Hokkaidō, written by the experts. Point it out - Japanese script throughout means you'll always find what you want.

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Review: Japan (Lonely Planet Country Guide)

User Review  - Kiana - Goodreads

Since my edition is from 2005, it's a bit outdated. And maybe because I've been in Japan too long, there are spots that I've found out about that aren't mentioned in the travel guide that I think ... Read full review

Review: Japan (Lonely Planet Country Guide)

User Review  - Chris Craddock - Goodreads

Snow Country I have always wanted to visit Japan, and it doesn't look like I will make it there anytime soon. Nevertheless, with the help of the lonely planet guidebook to Japan, and Google Earth, I ... Read full review

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