Every year, thousands of people travel to Japan and we want you to have a great time. Here are some tips for having the best trip.

1) Research your destination 2) Speak Japanese 3) Pack light 4) Buy a package tour 5) Get a JR pass 6 ) Renting an apartment 7) Download Google Maps 8 ) Get comfortable with public transportation 9 ) Pick up souvenirs 10  Take pictures

  • Japan: Travel for kids: The fun way to discover Japan: 2 (Travel Guide For Kids)

    Japan is a great place to visit for kids. It’s safe, clean, and the food is delicious! There are so many things to do in Japan that you can easily fill up your itinerary with fun activities every day of your trip. From Tokyo Disneyland to zen gardens, there’s something for everyone here.
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  • The 99% Invisible City: A Field Guide to the Hidden World of Everyday Design

    If you’ve ever wondered why the streetlights in your city are all different colours, or how a single building can have so many names, then this book is for you. The 99% Invisible City is a guide to the hidden world of everyday design—the things we see every day but don’t really notice. It’s full of stories about buildings and streetscapes that were designed by people with big dreams and bigger egos.
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  • MY TRIP TO TOKYO: Research, Plan and Record Everything to Get the Most out of YourTtrip|Travel Log,Diary,Journal…

    Are you planning a trip to Tokyo? If so, this is the perfect book for you. It’s filled with tips and tricks that will help you get the most out of your trip to Tokyo. You can use it as a travel log, diary or journal while on your trip
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  • Kyoto Pocket Precincts: A Pocket Guide to the City’s Best Cultural Hangouts, Shops, Bars and Eateries

    If you’re looking for a guide to the best cultural hangouts, shops, bars and eateries in Kyoto, then look no further. This is your ultimate pocket guide to Kyoto! It has everything from traditional Japanese culture to modern trends. You can find out about all the hidden gems of this beautiful city with ease.
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  • Vegan Recipes from Japan

    If you’re a vegan who loves Japanese food, this book is for you. The recipes in this cookbook are simple and easy to make. You can whip up these dishes at home without the help of a professional chef.
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  • DK Eyewitness Japan (Travel Guide)

    If you want to go beyond the guidebook and really experience Japan, this is your book. This travel guide will get you off the beaten track and help you discover a side of Japan that few visitors ever see. From hidden shrines to secret onsen, from traditional festivals to quirky museums – we’ll take you there.
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  • Japanese Visual Dictionary: A photo guide to everyday words and phrases in Japanese (Collins Visual Dictionary)

    This is a book that has over 2,000 everyday words and phrases in Japanese. It’s the perfect gift for anyone who wants to learn Japanese or brush up on their language skills.
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  • Be More Japan: The Art of Japanese Living

    I’m sure you have heard of the Japanese art of living, but do you know how to live it? This book will teach you everything from how to fold your clothes and make a bento box to how to use chopsticks and write kanji. It is full of tips on how to be more Japanese in every aspect of life.
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  • What’s What in Japanese Restaurants: A Guide to Ordering, Eating, and Enjoying

    If you’ve ever been to a Japanese restaurant, you know that ordering can be tricky. This book will help you navigate the menu and order with confidence. It has everything from how to read a Japanese menu in English to what kind of sake is best for your meal.
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  • A Beginner’s Guide to Japan: Observations and Provocations

    The Japanese are the most polite people in the world. They bow to each other when they meet, and even more so if it’s a superior or someone older than them. But there is also an undercurrent of hostility that lurks beneath their surface politeness. It’s not uncommon for strangers to yell at each other on trains or buses, and sometimes even throw things at one another! This book will teach you how to navigate this strange culture with ease.
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  • Eyewitness Travel Guides: Japanese Phrase Book (DK Travel Guides Phrase Books)

    You’re in Japan. Everyone is staring at you and you don’t know what to do. Don’t worry, we got your back! This Japanese Phrase Book will help you get around the country with ease. It contains all the phrases that are useful for everyday situations such as asking directions or ordering food and drinks. The book also includes a section on Japanese culture so that travelers can learn about this fascinating country before they arrive there.
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  • Mishima’s Sword: Travels in Search of a Samurai Legend

    This is the story of a man who travels to Japan in search of something that doesn’t exist. It’s not just any book, it’s an adventure novel about a man searching for the legendary samurai sword forged by Muramasa Sengo. He goes on a journey through Japan and learns more about himself than he ever expected. The author takes you along with him as he visits shrines, museums, and even gets into some trouble while trying to find this mythical sword
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  • Where To Go When (DK Eyewitness Travel Guide)

    Where should you go when? The DK Eyewitness Travel Guide is the world’s best selling travel guide series. It has been trusted by travelers for over 75 years and now it can be trusted by you.
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  • Zen: The Art of Simple Living: the art of simple living : 100 daily practices from a Japanese Zen monk for a lifetime of…

    If you’re tired of the rat race, this book is for you. This book will help you simplify your life and live a more fulfilling existence. It shows how to get rid of clutter in every aspect of your life from physical items to digital distractions. You’ll learn how to focus on what really matters with tips that can be applied immediately.
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  • Gadgets Hut UK – 2 x UK to US Travel Adaptor suitable for USA, Canada, Australia, Mexico, Thailand – Refer to Product…

    Never run out of juice on your travels. This useful adapter will allow you to plug all of your important devices into the wall socket so that they can be charged on your travels. The best part about this product is that it's lightweight and compact - perfect for packing away in hand luggage or even just carrying around with you when out exploring new places. If you're looking for a reliable travel companion then look no further than this handy little device!
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  • Fodor’s Essential Japan (Full-color Travel Guide)

    “I’m a travel guide, but I don’t look like one. You won’t find me in a book store or library. In fact, you might not even know what I am at first glance. But if you are planning to visit Japan and want to get the most out of your trip, then let me introduce myself… My name is Fodor's Essential Japan (Full-color Travel Guide) Kindle Edition and I have been helping travelers plan their trips since 2012. The best part? You can take me with you wherever you go!
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  • Vintage Japan Japanese Flag Pride Gift T-Shirt

    This is a Japanese Jersey Flag. It’s the perfect gift for your family, friends, and loved ones. You can wear this shirt to show your love for Japan! Wear it on game day at soccer, football, basketball, rugby games etc… Show off your heritage pride! Makes great gifts too!
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  • Japan: The Cookbook

    The ultimate guide to Japanese cooking. This book is a complete guide to the cuisine of Japan, from its history and culture through to an explanation of its ingredients and how they are used in recipes. It also includes 100 recipes for traditional dishes as well as modern takes on classic meals. If you love Japanese food, this is the perfect addition to your cookbook collection! With over 200 pages full of mouthwatering photos and easy-to-follow instructions, it’s sure to become one of your favorites.
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  • Sights and Scenes of Japan

    This isn’t your average travel guide. It's a collection of stories from some of the most interesting people we met in Japan. We asked them to tell us what they love about their country and why they think everyone should visit at least once in their lifetime. You will learn things that no other travel guide can teach you, like how to make friends with strangers by giving them candy or how to survive an earthquake without getting hurt (hint: stay away from windows). And if you want more than just sightseeing tips, there are also plenty of recipes included!
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