It's clear to see why Tokyo is a source of fascination for travellers. Buzzing streets filled with colourful lights; Harajuku, the fashion-obsessed youth destination; high-end food halls crammed with delicious food and drink and much, much more! Tokyo Precincts is a curated guide to the city's best shops, eateries, bars and other must-see hangouts, for those looking to delve into the heart of the culture of this fascinating city.
Divided into chapters with itineraries for 20 precincts, this book offers tailor-made ways to discover Tokyo's very best shopping, eating and drinking experiences, suited to a variety of budgets and preferences.
Also included are interviews with some of Tokyo's stylish, creative types, who highlight their favourite haunts to ensure you can get in amongst the trendiest of the locals to see what life in Tokyo is really like. With informative precinct maps, and valuable information such as typical Japanese food and drinks (stylishly illustrated at the start of the book) Tokyo Precincts is the only guide you'll need to the city.
About the Author
Steve Wide and Michelle Mackintosh have been obsessed with Tokyo since their first visit in the late 1990s. Since then they have been saving up all their pennies and travelling there twice a year. Steve works as a passionate writer and DJ, and Michelle is a book and stationery designer, and illustrator. Together they form the creative team behind all of the text, photography, illustrations and design for this modern travel guide which exudes their passion for this city.