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Fresh out of a Parisian film school, NICHOLAS BORNOFF worked in Indonesia, sparking his lasting fascination with the Far East. Later he moved to Japan for a job in a Tokyo advertising agency, and then was a film critic for The Japan Times. Now in London with his Japanese wife and young son, Bornoff writes articles appearing in The Guardian and many other publications in Europe and the United Kingdom. Bornoff is the author of two books.

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Excellent guide to travel in Japan. 20. November 2013
Von MR - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This is an excellent book--for the armchair traveler--and, especially, for the serious visitor to Japan. Beautifully written, very well organized, and with fabulous photos, this guide gives one a detailed insider's knowledge of Japan. There are sections dealing with the history and culture of Japan, the arts, the tea ceremony, geisha, architecture, Japanese gardens and temples, the cities and regions of Japan, along with suggested itineraries and walks. The writers are detailed and thorough, leaving nothing to chance. Highly recommended.
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Recommended for Both Travellers and Dreamers 31. Dezember 2013
Von Debra Dalgleish - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is a beautiful and informative book, whether you're planning a trip to Japan, or just dreaming of one. I received this book as a gift, and have spent several delightful hours reading through it. Pick it up, open it to any page, and learn something new.

As you would expect in a National Geographic publication, the photos are spectacular. They capture the lovely landscapes, fascinating street scenes and people of Japan.

The book begins with a brief overview of Japan's history and culture, which gives you enough background to appreciate the travel guides in the following sections.

There are recommendations for a short tour of Japan, and travel suggestions if you can stay longer. There is a detailed section on Tokyo, and short excursions from there. The other regions of Japan look appealing too, with attractions in smaller cities, and out-of-the-way spots to visit.

Throughout the book, author Perrin Lindelauf offers helpful insider tips, such as "Beware high-priced restaurants in Namba hiding behind innocuously marked entrances. Ask to see the menu at the door." Good to know!

Highly recommended as both a travel guide, and a book for your nightstand.
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Value priced 13. November 2013
Von lekshmi - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Very well written. Covers all the must-see tourist destinations of Japan and gives historic significance of each of them. Moreover, the history written like a story, making it really enjoyable to read. Since it gives a lot of background story about each place, when you actually visit them they stay in memory forever. I am really glad I read this book before visiting. Has some wonderful pictures too !
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The picture in the cover is beautiful, this image shown here doesn't make it justice 30. Juni 2014
Von Enzo - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
I'll start this review explaining the background of why I purchased this book. If you just want the review, please scroll down, thank you.

BACKGROUND: My girlfriend wants to travel to Japan someday and is really, really interested in almost everything about Japan. I saw this book and I thought: "Maybe this will give her even more reasons to want to go there" However, I wasn't so sure about the kind of content that I would find within this book (a lot of people have written reviews but to me they seemed very general, sorry). Anyway, my review will try to be more thorough and hopefully someone in my situation will benefit my review so... here goes something.

REVIEW:

INTRODUCTION: Let's start with the external part of the book: The picture in the cover is beautiful, this image shown here doesn't make it justice. It feels and looks fantastic, not too big nor heavy and feels solid. Every single page has information about something! There is not one page that is useless, a lot of content here but... what kind of content you may ask?

CONTENT: You will read about a little about the history, the culture, the maps, the places and the people from Japan. This is meant for traveller's but I assure you even non-travellers will find interesting stuff here. Anything from breakfast manners to how you must behave in specific places such as temples, restaurants, etc. You will read about the major cities and towns but also you will learn about those small events that you would only know if you lived there. Example: There was a section about a certain city that had an all out sell out the 7th of every month since October or something like that. My point: Those kind of small details that you would love to know as a traveller.

This is a very complete guide on how to get to Japan and, depending on how long you stay, what are the "must do" stuff before you leave. Buy this book! You will not regret it.
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Still Best of Breed Across The Board! 13. März 2014
Von William F. Flanigan Jr. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
Like the 3rd edition, this update is a three-way winner. Outstanding for use before, during, and after trips to Japan. Photographs are extensive and stunning. Text is well organized and descriptions are first rate. Provides a fine balance between must-visit destinations on and off tourist beaten paths (especially in Western, extreme Southern, and extreme Northern Japan). I continue to discover that even native Japanese are often impressed when they see it! First time visitors (and even seasoned travelers) will find this book valuable when showing others where they have been (and plan to go next time) as well as an user-friendly aid when trying to remember (and learning to pronounce!) the names of favorite Japanese destinations (romaji rules!). I also usually take a copy to meetings/gatherings related to Japan, since it can help to “break the ice.” Each edition is pretty similar, but you may end up buying the latest one as a result of literally wearing out a previous edition. This is what has happened (again!) with my family. I now buy them by the “handful,” since everyone insists on having their own up-to-date and pristine copy. WILLIAM FLANIGAN, PhD.
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