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Fodor's Tokyo's 25 Best (Fodor's Tokyo's 25 Best)
Synopses & Reviews
Kon'nichiwa! With the March 2011 earthquake behind them, Japanese tourism is on the rise and people are excited to flock to the re-energized nation. Tourists are excited to take advantage of competitive vacation packages to explore Tokyo without feeling overwhelmed by the crowds. With Tokyo's 25 Best as their guide, vacationers will get an inside look into Japan's largest city!
Discerning Recommendations: Fodor's Tokyo's 25 Best, 7th Edition offers savvy advice and recommendations from local writers to help travelers make the most of their visit. Fodor's Choice designates our best picks, from hotels to nightlife. "Word of Mouth" quotes from fellow travelers provide valuable insights.
New Chapter: Fodor's 25 Best guides now include a "Top 25" chapter to help travelers browse the city's top sights and experiences.
Handy and Concise: These practical, full-color guides list the 25 top things to see and do in a city, as well as places to stay and eat.
Easy-to-Pack: This is the ideal guide for people on a short trip and those who want something portable to supplement their regular travel guide. Includes a laminated pullout map.
Cheaper Than the Competition: For less than $13, vacationers and business travelers get the essential info they're looking for, in a high-quality package.
Top 25 Must-See Sights. Best bets for dining, lodging, sightseeing. Plus a full-color pullout map. Everything you need to experience Tokyo.
• Top lodging and dining picks for every budget
• Shinto shrines, kabuki theater, samurai swords, and sumo
• The best local shopping—high-tech electronics showplaces, mega-department stores, funky fashion, and traditional crafts
• Kid-friendly rides at Tokyo Disney Resort
• Spectacular views from Tokyo Tower and the Metropolitan Government Offices in Shinjuku
• Vibrant local scenes: the Tsukiji fish market, the Ginza shopping district, the Takeshita-dori street market
• Great places for sushi, tempura, and shabu-shabu
Insider tips • Expert Advice
The Author - Martin Gostelow has written 20 guidebooks and is a regular visitor to Tokyo.
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