Tokyo: Capital of Cool
Reader's Corner
Written by Rob Goss   

From the chic streets of Omotesando to the Tosho-gu shrine complex in Nikko, built to consecrate the Edo-era shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu, author Rob Goss takes readers through the patchwork of varied districts and sights that make up Tokyo and its neighboring towns. The NATJA silver prize-winning Tokyo: Capital of Cool uncovers Tokyo's defining traits, including the city's Edo-era roots; its thirst to both modernize and yet retain its traditions; its culinary heritage; and the impact of its vibrant youth.

The book is available in hardback and Kindle format on Amazon.