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Lonely Planet Tokyo by Andrew Bender
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From experience I do not consider the maps in Lonely Planet guides much good, but a low point is reached in this guide to Tokyo. Quite a number of things are in locations a few hundred meters from the indicated spots, which is a nuance in the compactness of Tokyo. Besides this, the guide is as you expect from Lonely Planet: a decent guide. ( )
  koffieyahoo | Oct 10, 2011 |
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Includes the latest on accommodation, restaurant and entertainment options for all budgets and interests; local excursions and walking tours; special section on Japanese cuisine; a complete cultural and historical guide to the city; and a language section with Japanese script throughout.

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"Maybe it's wandering through the flashing forest of neon in Shibuya and Shinjuku. Sushi for breakfast at Tsukiji Fish Market. A shopping trip to Harajuku to check out the independent designers. Or maybe it's as simple as a bowl of whisked green tea in a centuries-old garden. Wherever you find your Tokyo moment, one thing's for sure: this smart and streetwise guidebook has the city covered." - back cover.… (more)

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