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Tokyo City Atlas: A Bilingual Guide

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by Kodansha International
Tokyo City Atlas from the Japanese publishers Kodansha covering the central areas at scales varying from 1:6,500 to 1:8,000, the city’s 23 Ku wards at 1:28,000, plus selected other areas including Yokohama, Kawasaki, etc. All place names: streets, districts, places of interest, etc, are in both Japanese and Latin alphabet, with English names of institutions, businesses, etc.
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Japan Bilingual Atlas

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by Umeda, Atsushi
A bilingual road atlas of Japan from Kodansha International in a glovebox paperback format with additional street plans, railway networks diagrams, thematic tourist maps highlighting important sights, etc. All place names are in both Latin alphabet and in Japanese; places of interest and the supporting text are in English. The atlas is divided into several sections:
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Japan Bilingual Map

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by Umeda, Atsushi
Japan at 1:1,500,000 on a bilingual road map from Kodansha International, with mapping of the whole country presenting its topography, plus on the reverse more detailed maps of the more densely populated areas.
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Secrets of Bali

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by Copeland/4
With its dramatic vistas, its attractive, hospitable people and its rich cultural traditions, the magical isle of Bali has captured the hearts and imaginations of millions, ever since visitors from the West began to arrive in the early 20th century. Incredibly, ancient Balinese cultural traditions remain intact today, even in the face of 21st century modernity and a highly developed tourist industry. Howeve...
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Urban Bangkok

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by Joakim/1
The city of Bangkok is a destination that represents many things to many people, both residents and visitors alike. To Thais, Bangkok may be the cultural and religious hub of their 70 million-strong nation, or perhaps it's the glowing lights of opportunity for those from the country's hinterlands, determined to better their lot. To visitors from other lands (10 million or more annually) Bangkok may be a col...
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Tokyo for Free

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by Susan Pompian
“Tokyo for Free” is a thorough survey of over 300 attractions of traditional and modern Japan – all absolutely free. Included are visits to the Imperial Palace, dynamic martial arts bouts, classic gardens and temples, contemporary sculpture gardens, antique markets, traditional and “boutique” museums, and a sake tasting room, to name but a fair few.
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Tokyo - Exploring the City of the Shogun

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by Sumiko Enbutsu
Tens of thousands of tourists and businesspeople visit Tokyo every year. Japans modern capital stands before them, but almost everyone asks, Where are the traditional Japanese sites?
Following the pattern of Kodanshas popular Kyoto: Seven Paths to the Heart of the City, Tokyo: Exploring the City of the Shogun reveals the hidden, traditional side of modern-day Tokyo. This charming, full-color book ...
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21st Century Tokyo

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by Worrall, Julian
Tokyo has earned a reputation as one of the most innovative and forward-thinking cities in the world, and nowhere is this more evident than in its modern architecture. Authors and architects Julian Worrall and Erez Golani Solomon, long-time residents of the city, have selected eighty-three outstanding examples of contemporary architecture, built from the 1990s onwards, and introduce them not just from an ar...
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A Geisha's Journey - My Life as a Kyoto Apprentice

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by Komomo
This is the story of a contemporary Japanese teenager who, in a search for an identity, became fascinated with the world of geisha, and discovered in herself the will and the commitment to embark on the many years of apprenticeship necessary to become one.
It is also the story of a young Japanese photographer who grew up overseas, and who also was captivated by the traditional lives of these women...
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Autumn Colors Of Kyoto

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by Mizuno, Hidehiko
Why are the autumn colours of Kyoto described as the most beautiful in Japan? The delicate, almost translucent autumn hues, which derive from the city's unique plant life and climate, are undoubtedly lovely to behold, but clearly that is not the only reason. The secret of Kyoto's autumn beauty lies in a perfect harmony of the natural and the man-made, the culmination of centuries of history. This book intro...
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Japanese Home Cooking with Master Chef Murata

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by Murata, Yoshihiro
This is the first book in English by chef Murata dealing with easy-to-make home cooking recipes. The 60 recipes in the book include standard and popular Japanese dishes like Teriyaki, Tempura, Sushi, Miso soup and many others you can enjoy at home, plus several of his unique signature dishes that have helped him earn his reputation as the best chef in Japan. All of these recipes are characterised by being e...
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Four Seasons of Mt. Fuji

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by Yukio Ohyama
Mt. Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan. Because of its solemn and majestic view, this mountain has been adored as a religious object and loved by people in Japan from ancient days. Even though it is hard to climb to the top, you can go up to the middle by car, so there are increasing numbers of visitors coming from overseas these days. What is attractive about Mount Fuji is its expressive look that chang...
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What's What in Japanese Restaurants

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by Robb Satterwhite
This is a revised version of the long-selling Kodansha International title, updated in many places to include all the new areas of interest in Japanese food. It is designed to help those travelling to Japan, as well to help the many visitors to Japanese restaurants worldwide who would like more knowledge about the restaurants, the menus and the ordering process in the Japanese language. The purpose of this ...
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In Buddha's Land - Visions of Buddhist Myanmar

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by Moe Min
A spectacular panoramic view of the lives of the Buddhist failthful of Burma, as revealed by award-winning Burmese photographer Moe Min.
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The Homecoming

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by Randolph O'hara
A renowned novelist once wrote that one 'can never go home again', but as the author demonstrates in this delightful and subtle account, such is not the case: we can and should cherish our past and, from time to time, we must reaffirm our roots. O'Hara's homecoming to Burma, as he gives us glimpses into a youth that was punctuated by hardship and loss, reveals a character determined to succeed, even at the ...
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Burma's Icy Mountains

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by FRANK KINGDON-WARD
This fascinating record describes two expeditions to Burma - one on his own and a second, with a larger American party close to the Burma-China border - completed by the intrepid explorer and plant hunter, Kingdon-Ward, prior to the outbreak of WWII. Not published until the post war period some ten years later, the book is of particular interest in light of the more recent traumatic history of this region, ...
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A Plant Hunter in Tibet

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by FRANK KINGDON-WARD
This account of plant-hunter and explorer Frank Kingdon-Ward's 1933 expedition to the south-eastern corner of Tibet was as significant for his geographic revelations as it was for the wealth of plant species with which he returned and documented. On this journey, Kingdon-Ward reached as far as the Salween River, a particularly remote area of Tibet not previously known or mapped in the West. His lively descr...
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Frontier Mosaic - Voices of Burma from the Lands in Between

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by Richard Humphries
To the long-suffering Burmese people and particularly to the frontier minorities, the Thai border represents a potential escape from poverty and government repression, and a chance for a better life. Despite the natural hospitality of many Thai people and the efforts of individuals and NGOs involved in support programs, the reality of life in the frontier region rarely matches the dream. The author provides...
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