From the dazzling lights of Shibuya Crossing to the serene beauty of the Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden and the hidden culinary gems tucked away in alleyways, we’ve got every corner of this dynamic city covered.
What You Can Expect from Our Guidebook:
- eBook format – mobile friendly
- User-friendly, easy-to-read layout
- Carefully curated recommendations
Main Categories Include:
- 100 Best Things to See and Do: Explore iconic landmarks and off-the-beaten-path attractions to experience Tokyo like a true local.
- Essential Travel Information: Learn about the best times to visit, opening hours, transportation tips, and more.
- Personal Recommendations: Discover the best restaurants, local eats, accommodations, shopping spots, and more.
- Suggested Itineraries: Including side trips outside of the city.
- Planning Tips: Wi-Fi availability, ATM information, money-saving tips, a packing checklist, and family-friendly activities.
- Local Insights: Understand Japanese customs and etiquette.
- Useful Japanese Phrases
Who Will Benefit from This Book?
Whether you’re a first-time traveler, a solo adventurer, a family, or a group, this guide is tailored to enhance your experience in Tokyo. It’s also perfect for those who’ve visited Tokyo a few times but feel like there’s so much more to explore.
Let our book save you time, especially when it comes to research and planning.
This is a digital eBook in PDF format, and not a printed book.
Benefits of an eBook:
- Instant Access From Your Devices – It’s always good to reduce weight when traveling (plus, we save a lot of papers!). You can upload this eBook onto your computer, tablet, or mobile, and view it while on the go.
- Access to maps – We have Google map integrated into each location so it’s easy to use with your device.
- Quickly find locations or keywords using the search function
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What’s inside the Guidebook:
A Note from Nami
Mr. JOC and I have been sharing Japanese food, travel, and culture at Just One Cookbook since 2011, and many of our readers trust our advice and guidance.
“Where did you buy the beautiful ceramic ware from?”
“I’m bringing my 6-year-old along. What places do you recommend for us to visit?”
“What other unique foods should we try besides the usual sushi and ramen?”
Questions like these have poured in from our readers over the years. So, we felt it was time to create a guide that would be valuable to anyone planning a trip to Tokyo.
Alongside Mr. JOC and Reese, my sidekick on the JOC team, we’ve put in tireless hours, often working late into the night, to bring this book to life.
We’re thrilled that we get to be a part of your visit and thank you for supporting our work in advance.