Japan: True Stories of Life on the Road
Donald W. George, Amy Greimann Carlson
Travelers' Tales, 1999 - Travel - 411 pages
Japan, with its old and ever-changing heart and soul, simultaneously astonishes, delights, and frustrates travelers. Visit the place of tranquil temples, exquisite ancient inns and lurid love hotels, where electric baths sit beside indoor ski slopes and cheery blossoms fall on kindly grandmothers, cynical salarymen, wise monks, and wild lovers alike.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - gregtmills - LibraryThing
There are some fine pieces here. Unfortunately, there's a lot of pieces that haven't really aged well since first seeing the light of day in other places. There is a bit too much earnest material ... Read full review