Japan Traveler's Companion (Hardcover)
Japan's Most Famous Sights from Okinawa to Hokkaido
Tuttle Publishing, 9784805313886, 144pp.
Publication Date: November 14, 2017
List Price: 16.95*
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Richly illustrated with hundreds of color photos, Japan Traveler's Companion delves beyond the gaze of traditional guidebooks to uncover the country's rich culinary traditions, pop culture, Samurai heritage, and much more--bringing Japan to life and highlighting the most interesting places to visit in every region of the country. Author Rob Goss is an award-winning travel writer who has lived in Japan for years. He introduces readers to his favorite places to visit in Japan in an engaging way and provides detailed itineraries for each region of the country.
- A map of the region shows the location of major sights, all of which are described and shown in the chapter
- Covers the 86 most important sights in Japan including 22 UNESCO World Heritage Sites
- Introductory chapters on Japanese cuisine, popular culture and Samurai history
About the Author
Rob Goss is an award-winning British writer and long-term Tokyo resident focusing on Japan, travel writing, and creative writing that ranges from short fiction to short-form poetry. Japan: a Traveler's Companion is Rob's fifth book with Tuttle. His others include the NATJA award-winning guidebooks Tuttle Travel Pack: Japan and Tokyo: Capital of Cool. Rob has also contributed to books for Fodor's, Insight Guides, Dorling Kindersley and Rough Guides, as well as for magazines including Time, National Geographic Traveler and 100 other publications around the globe.