By: Rob Goss
From strolling the winding alleys of the city’s traditional neighborhoods to exploring its ultra-modern, neon-soaked streets, this comprehensive Tokyo guide delivers it all. Readers will learn where to enjoy the finest Japanese cuisine and cutting-edge contemporary art, centuries-old temples and gleaming modern architecture, and all of the other wonderful elements that make Tokyo the world’s most mesmerizing city.
If visitors want to leave behind the urban sprawl, travel writer Rob Goss points them toward the ancient seaside capital of Kamakura and the gilded mausoleums at Nikko. Ambitious hikers can climb Mount Fuji—or just enjoy it from a distance while soaking in one of the natural hot spring baths in nearby Hakone.