Come and visit the modern feel of Osaka and the mystical Kyoto on a tight budget! This book lets you tour around these 2 nearby places with a detailed description on how to enjoy the places without... More > spending too much money.
In this book, you can find some notable points on:
Best way to get there
Places to see and enjoy
Where to stay and rest
Download this book now and have a handy guide while visiting the mystical and modern place and enjoy your stay while having to spend a little!
You can use this book if you want:
A virtual guided tour on what places to see and its corresponding prices
Ample information about Osaka and Kyoto
And a little bit of history
Get this book and enjoy Osaka and Kyoto to the fullest without spending too much. If you are a backpacker or just plain adventurous, get this book and have the fun time in Osaka and Kyoto the right way!< Less
This book exhibits hundreds of images from a trip-of-a-lifetime primarily in Japan's Kansai region on it's main island of Honshu. This journey starts in Nagoya and ending in Kobe, including Osaka and... More > its annual sumo tournament, Kyoto, Nara, Kobe, Inuyama and Himeji. Slightly off the beaten track is Amanohashidate on the northern coastline and one of Japan’s Top Three Views. From the chaos of Osaka's train station, to the serenity of Kyoto's temples and the beauty of Nara's Parks and Forests, everything from architecture, scenery, and tourist sites to food, people and shopping is displayed through hundreds of gorgeous photographs, captured on a basic point-and-shoot digital camera, just as you'd see them if you were walking around yourself - absolutely no editing, filters, special lenses. All photographs may be reproduced for any purposes, provided appropriate source referencing.< Less
Japan is one of the most exciting countries on Earth, with an amazing mix of traditional culture and kawaii (cute) craziness. Marceline Smith, a blogger and illustrator (and co-founder of Super Cute... More > Kawaii), shares her experiences of three trips to Japan through writing, photos and cute illustrations.
Contents include - travelogues and photos of trips to Tokyo, Kyoto, Nara, Hakone and Mount Fuji (2006), Tokyo (2007) and Osaka, Kyoto and Tokyo (2010), plus illustrations of purchases and outfits, tips for visiting Japan, and a guide to the most fun shops in Japan.< Less
Following a failed stint as an English teacher, 25 year-old Australian Liam Jennings finds himself broke and alone in Osaka, with a string of failures leading him to new work in the notorious red... More > light district. Acting as a go-between from the brothels and the clueless, wealthy Western expats, his life becomes a drug fuelled journey through nightmarish events and frenzied sexual depravity. What follows is a shocking yet candid first person account of the over stimulating world of the Japanese sex industry, where youth is forever and nights never end. Beautiful Cadavers boils up host clubs, snuff films and hard drugs into a requiem for lost love.< Less
This is a collection of photos taken all over Japan.
Animals, plants, bugs, and cities make up the subjects seen here. The book gives an insight into the quieter side of Japan, with views from... More > places that even few Japanese know about.< Less
Heading to Japan? This shopping guide will help you plan your trip, with a focus on the best cute, crafty and creative places to visit. Illustrator, blogger and Japanophile Marceline Smith has... More > visited Japan three times and shares her favourite shops, sights and tips in this handy guide.
Packed full of information and photos, it includes detailed entries on the best shops for kawaii, fabric, washi, stationery, toys and homewares plus area guides to Shinjuku, Shibuya, Harajuku, Akihabara, Ikebukuro, Fabric Town, Odaiba and Ueno and even mini-guides to Osaka and Kyoto. There are also details of fun places to visit like the Ghibli Museum, Design Festa and Parasite Museum and tips on visiting Japan. Get your copy and be introduced to places the mainstream guides won't tell you about.< Less