Hello Sandwich Japan
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A stunning and well-curated guidebook to Japan, packed with insider tips for design-minded travelers.
Hello Sandwich Japan is for people who value good aesthetics, good food and rich culture, who will enjoy the craziness of Tokyo’s neon playground just as much as the peaceful Buddhist getaway of Mount Koya. Japan may be one of the world’s travel hotspots, but to get the most out of your vacation you’ll need a local’s insider tips.
Design-minded blogger and Japanophile Ebony Bizys, aka Hello Sandwich, has been living in Tokyo since 2010 and has uncovered the very best places around this unique country. Her book features a curated selection of places to go from bonsai gardens, contemporary galleries, stunning temples, peaceful ryokan retreats, ‘kawaii’ gift shops and topnotch coffee spots, to unbeatable izakayas, four-seater sashimi bars and ideal hiking destinations for ‘forest bathing’.
Hello Sandwich Japan is a stunning tome filled with travel tips galore along with language essentials and colorful images. All of the key destinations are covered including Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka, Hiroshima, Hakone and Sapporo.
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