Lonely Planet Tokyo Make My Day


The Lonely Planet ‘Make My Day’ series guides you to easily and efficiently create your own itinerary to explore a destination. Fully illustrated with images of every sight and activity, this hardback, spiral bound city guides are a practical option to get around and enjoy the city quickly and in your own way.

The pages are literally cut in 3 sections, the top with suggestions of things to do and places to visit in the morning, the middle for the afternoon and the bottom for the evening. The book is spiral bound which means it easy to flip through and select your choice for each section. Your selections for each time of the day will make up a whole page that you can bookmark with the ribbon attached to the book, and you are ready to go! Use the transport guide to navigate the city. This is an innovative way which uses symbols to advice on what is the best means of transport (foot, subway, ferry or bus) and how long it takes to reach your next destination. There is a choice of 12 sites for each time of the day, numbered and colour coded to the city map included. For each sight you will find a brief description and essential information and a local map extract; meal options located nearby are provided. There is a pull-out transport and city map numbering all the sights in the book. Each guide in this series includes notes squared pages, a pocket on the back cover and an elastic band to help you keep it all tidy.

Getting Around Tokyo


This pocket atlas and Japan travel guide is an indispensable tool for getting around Tokyo–whether as a first-time visitor, or a local resident. The travel book is conveniently divided into chapters that enable the user to know what to do on arriving at Narita or Haneda Airport, and then how to get into and around the city using all available means of public transport. Area maps for all the key districts of Tokyo show the locations of hotels, shopping centers, office buildings, temples, shrines, embassies and restaurants as well as their proximity to the nearest subway and JR stations. Information on bus routes and private railways is also given, with detailed diagrams for each route, thus enabling the user to have several options for getting around. Places of interest outside Tokyo are also covered: Hakone, Yokohama, Kamakura, Yokosuka, Mt Fuji and Tokyo Disneyland. Numerous area maps (including maps for Yokota, Atsugi and Zama) and diagrams for bus routes and private railways facilitate journeys to all of these destinations. This Tokyo travel guide contains: Arriving in Tokyo Maps of Tokyo Navigating the Tokyo’s Railway & Subway & Maze Buses Routes Getting Around Yokohama, Kawasaki, Hakone & Kamakura Useful Vocabulary and Expressions.

New York Not For Tourists Illustrated


This guide is boldly redesigned where no NFT has gone before, offering a quick snapshot of each neighborhood from the Lower East Side and Greenwich Village to Harlem and Inwood in a colorful and stylish layout.

Japan Lonely Planet


This 14th edition of Lonely Planet’s Japan guide is packed with useful information to make your trip to Japan a memorable one.

Special features include Hiking and Skiing, traditional accommodation, cuisine, Onsen and geisha.