Sunday, 1 December 2019

Book Review: Lonely Planet Tokyo (Non-Fiction/Travel)

Title: Lonely Planet Tokyo
Author: Various
Publisher:
Lonely Planet

Publication Date: 20 August 2019
Pages:
288
Format:
Paperback
Genre:
Travel/Non-Fiction
Source:
Borrowed from the Library

 


Lonely Planet Tokyo is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Spend all-night in a karaoke parlour in Shinjuku, walk the forest path to Tokyo's largest Shinto shrine, Meiji-jingu, or sample the delights of Mitsukoshi's food hall; all with your trusted travel companion. Get to the heart of Tokyo and begin your journey now!


As with most Lonely Planet guides, this book offers a lot of excellent information. Sometimes the focus of sections doesn't align completely with my interests/things I want to see and do, but a book like this has to cater to the majority, and anything extra I need I can look up online easily enough. The maps are helpful and the book isn't too bulky or heavy if you plan to carry it around with you.

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