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The Yakushima Guide By Clive Witham
eBook (ePub): $8.57
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Yakushima: A Yakumonkey Guide is the classic English guide to Yakushima now in its 3rd Edition. Everything you need to enjoy your visit to Yakushima is right here and right up-to-date! The 3rd... More > Edition includes: Getting to and getting around Yakushima. All types of accommodation from the free mountain huts and campsites to top-class resorts and everything inbetween. All the best restaurants, cafes, bakeries and bars are featured by area so you never need be far from lunch or dinner. See the sights with sections on waterfalls, rivers, beaches, parks, hot springs and museums. 16 hiking trails from gentle strolls to major expeditions, including the trail to Jomon Sugi and Miyanoura dake, have their own individual maps and full details of each route. All trails now have our original Yakumonkey coding system so you can easily combine trails to see the best of Yakushima. This really is a must-have guide and any visitor would be at a distinct loss without it.< Less
Yakushima: A Yakumonkey Guide Ebook By Clive Witham
eBook (ePub): $8.99
Yakushima: A Yakumonkey Guide - The Second edition Fully updated and still packed full of everything necessary to visit Yakushima - accommodation, transport, 15 hiking trails, places of interest,... More > activities, restaurants, bars and cafes. Visiting Yakushima has never been easier!< Less
Yakushima: A Yakumonkey Guide By Clive Witham
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Yakushima: A Yakumonkey Guide - The Second edition. Fully updated and still packed full of everything necessary to visit Yakushima - acommodation, transport, 15 hiking trails, places of interest,... More > activities, restaurants, bars and cafes. Visiting Yakushima has never been easier!< Less
Momo's Journey In Japan Vol.1 By Momo
eBook (ePub): $0.00
Momo is a female Shiba dog. After the two-year journey to tour the World Heritage Sites on the globe (refer to the “Momo Meets the World Heritage Sites” series), she came back to Japan,... More > her home country. Then, this time she had decided to visit the World Heritage Sites in Japan more thoroughly. She started her new journey at the Ministry of the Environment and the Agency for Cultural Affairs, both of which were the governmental organizations choosing articles to be recommended for World Heritage Site. Memorably, the National Museum of Western Art had become a newly listed one just around the time when she visited it in 2016. At Ogasawara Islands, she could experience various interesting activities. In Nara, she even joined a fire drill. At Himeji Castle, she accidentally showed her strange expression. At Shirakami Sanchi and at Yakushima, she met good friends. The actual maps and the related links are also included for your reference. Momo’s new adventure has just started.< Less