Tokyo Pocket Precincts by Michelle Mackintosh | Hardie Grant Publishing
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Tokyo Pocket Precincts A Pocket Guide to the City's Best Cultural Hangouts, Shops, Bars and Eateries


Tokyo is a city like no other, a buzzing metropolis where the crazy, cute, chic and traditional all flourish in the city's broad thoroughfares and narrow lanes. Tokyo Pocket Precincts is crammed with all the tips you’ll need to shop, eat, drink and explore this truly surprising city. From the neon lights of Shibuya through fashion-forward Harajuku and beyond, this curated guide covers all the major areas, taking you to the best Ramen hotspots, vintage shops, backstreet bars and classic coffee houses sprinkled throughout the city. Maps are included to help you navigate the city streets and attractions. And for those who want to explore a bit further, you'll find recommended field trips to nearby destinations Nikko, Hakone, Mount Takao and Kamakura.

Slip this guide into your pocket and head off on an adventure to experience the very best of Tokyo.

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ISBN:

9781741176278

Format:

Paperback

Pages:

224

Dimensions:

18cm x 13cm

Weight:

290g

RRP:

$19.99

Series:

Pocket Precincts

Publisher:

Hardie Grant Travel

Published:

01 April 2019

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Michelle Mackintosh

Michelle Mackintosh is a book designer and illustrator with a passion for mixing up the discarded with the new, collaging vintage, cute and modern aesthetics into something totally unique. She has designed dozens of books on a wide range of topics, from cookbooks and craft to city guides and diaries. She has illustrated six books written by her husband Steve Wide, and has worked on books for authors as diverse as Beci Orpin, Antonia Kidman,

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Steve Wide

Steve Wide is a writer and DJ. His long running British Music radio show Far & Wide has seen him interview countless musicians. He has DJ-ed and run clubs, toured with Primal Scream and The Stone Roses, has a Masters in creative writing and has written reviews for Monocle Books. He also writes a series of books on pop culture called A–Z including Bowie, Prince, Warhol and Grace Jones.