Japan Travel Guide: Things I Wish I Knew Before Going To Japan (2020 NEW EDITION)

October 9, 2019 - Comment

Want to experience Japan at its fullest potential without spending tons of your precious time on a monstrous 800 pages travel guide? Then, “Things I Wish I Knew Before Going to Japan” is all you need! In this book, Ken Fukuyama and Yuki Fukuyama will share with you: The ultimate Japan itineraries that are improvised

Want to experience Japan at its fullest potential without spending tons of your precious time on a monstrous 800 pages travel guide? Then, “Things I Wish I Knew Before Going to Japan” is all you need!

In this book, Ken Fukuyama and Yuki Fukuyama will share with you:

The ultimate Japan itineraries that are improvised for more than 30+ times Everything you need to know about Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto and Hokkaido All the essential info like hours of operation, transit tips, prices etc The best magical winter destination Detailed maps of Japan The most updated super cheap budgeting tips The best accommodation tips Japan’s Best Kept Secrets All the best of the best local cuisines The events and festivals in Japan Much, much more!

About Ken Fukuyama and Yuki Fukuyama

Before serving as a tour guide, they were full-time professors working in Japan National College of Technology. After having their first child in 1986, they have decided to pursue their long-hidden dream of exploring the world. Inspired by their life-changing adventure throughout the world, they have decided to serve as a tour guide. This happy couple has been serving as a Japan local tour guide for more than 30 years now. In their effort to show the world what Japan truly is, they have decided to write a book about it.

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Comments

Anonymous says:

Helpful tourist handbook I purchased this book as a kindle book, so my review isn’t going to take into account the physical copy of this book. While not a book I was originally intending to read, I found myself continuing to peruse the tidbits in the book with quite a bit of interest. The first couple of pages make you think you might be in for a small history lesson before you get into the meat of the chapter, but as it turns out, all the information is laid out in individual bite-sized pieces. The information ranges…

Anonymous says:

this book offers absolutely nothing This book was useless and must have been written without any research. There is nothing offered in this book that I wish I knew before or after Going to Japan. Buy any other guide if you are planning a trip to Japan.

Anonymous says:

very helpful! i love how this is organized! it contains places to visit in Japan with detailed information like how to get somewhere, tips, opening hours, fees, and so much more. this basically has everything that you’ll ever need to know. one of my favorite sections is chapter 9, the itinerary’s. you can have your entire trip planned for you. the pictures are a nice addition too. i cant think of anything that’s missing from this travel guide.

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