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65288a64fe Level Contributor 4,237 posts 19 reviews Save Reply 11. Go through japan-guide for a lot of information you need. How about "Lonely Planet" or the "Rough Guide"? One destination mentioned in this post 1 Kyoto Kyoto Prefecture, Kinki, Japan Report inappropriate content 11-20 of 30 replies Sorted by Oldest first Newest first 1 2 3 4 Bargainhunter San Francisco. Although out of date, Gateway to Japan reigns supreme by far - it's encyclopeadic in it's coverage but easy to carry around. Re: Best Japan travel guide book? Jan 03, 2013, 6:40 PM Wikitravel is very limited in its content. Re: Best Japan travel guide book? Sep 25, 2011, 8:14 PM Frommer's Japan is comprehensive and rates all the sightseeing places. Re: Best Japan travel guide book? Jul 07, 2012, 3:17 AM I like the Rough Guide to Japan .I bought it online cheaply at The Book Depository. Report inappropriate content Robert N Philadelphia. It's an excellent primary guide. When you're done, you can download your Japan travel guide to your phone or tablet, or print it as a PDF.
Lonely Planet Japan (travel Guide) Author Andrew Bender, Chris Rowthorn, Lonely Planet, Ray Bartlett Isbn 9781743216743 File size 148.5 MB Year 2015 Pages 904 Language English File format EPUB Category Travel Book Description: Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher Lonely Planet Japan is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Level Contributor 1,667 posts 28 reviews Save Reply 14. Report inappropriate content 11-20 of 30 replies Sorted by Oldest first Newest first 1 2 3 4 Browse forums All Browse by destination United States Forums Europe Forums Canada Forums Asia Forums Central America Forums Africa Forums Caribbean Forums Mexico Forums South Pacific Forums South America Forums Middle East Forums Go to forums home Beyond destination forums Air Travel Honeymoons and Romance Business Travel Train Travel Traveling With Disabilities TripAdvisor Support Solo Travel Bargain Travel Timeshares / Vacation Rentals SEE ALL Asia forums Japan forum Watch this Topic Japan forums Japan forums All forums Get answers to your questions about Japan Ask a question Recent Conversations Hakone free pass from Shinjuku 3:08 am Our trip to Japan - things that may be useful 3:08 am The Tsukiji Market Tuna Auction 3:06 am How to reserve seat bus shirakawago 3:00 am Which Kyoto hotel is more convenient for me? 2:46 am Visa Advise - Urgent 2:44 am JR Regional Train Pass 2:40 am Where to between Sendai and Tokyo 2:36 am Shibuya Halloween vehicle regulations 2:13 am Advice on my 10 days Japan itinerary 2:12 am Universal studios or not? 1:59 am Where to stay in Tokyo- Two late 20s girls 1:44 am A strict no smoking hotel Sapporo/Boutique style 1:40 am 'Nexus Holidays' to Japan 11 days 1:32 am See All Japan Conversations More Japan Topics 'semi double' rooms 5 replies Pocket WiFi Rental Experience? 194 replies kyoto-takayama JR or Lmtd express??? 6 replies Best/cheapest time of year to visit?? 3 replies Radiation danger in Tokyo? 37 replies Best Skiing in Japan? And When? 3 replies Japan in 10 days 3 replies How far is Nara from Kyoto 8 replies how to get to Hokkaido from Tokyo? confused.pls HELP. Re: Best Japan travel guide book? Jul 10, 2013, 1:53 AM -:- Message from TripAdvisor staff -:-TripAdvisor staff removed this post because it did not meet TripAdvisor's forum guideline limiting each user to a single forums screen name.To review the TripAdvisor Forums Posting Guidelines, please follow this link: remove posts that do not follow our posting guidelines, and we reserve the right to remove any post for any reason.Removed on: 10:29 am, September 18, 2013 transangel Ogunquit 5 posts Save Reply 19. facebook twitter youtube . I won't say backpacker because I don't know if anyone does that anymore. I tend to do a lot of research so I'm not overwhelmed when I get there. Level Contributor 9,424 posts 25 reviews Save Reply 20. You just have to pay for travel expenses for them, and food or entrance fees. Imagine attempting the climb in sneakers? I believe it was written as a handbook guide but I find it is also an entertaining adventure written with honesty and witty humor.