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Losing yourself in Tokyo

 
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Getting lost in Tokyo can have two meanings – at least.

You can lose our way in that great city. Or you can totally immerse yourself in any number of fascinating parts of it.

On either score, Jane Lawson is a great guide.

In her new “Tokyo Style Guide” (Murdoch Books), Jane provides a realistically usable companion for the art of “losing yourself” in an amazingly diverse city.

And plenty of practical tips on how to find yourself if somehow you may feel you have lost your bearings.

With 10 absorbing itineraries which most visitors would be lucky to find on their own account, she gives many options to explore the food cultures of different neighbourhoods.

Jane Lawson talks on Gastronaut about her latest book.

www.zenbutours.com

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Archived series ("Inactive feed" status)

When? This feed was archived on May 05, 2017 02:09 (7y ago). Last successful fetch was on March 20, 2017 05:55 (7y ago)

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Manage episode 167958472 series 55151
Content provided by Radio Adelaide. All podcast content including episodes, graphics, and podcast descriptions are uploaded and provided directly by Radio Adelaide or their podcast platform partner. If you believe someone is using your copyrighted work without your permission, you can follow the process outlined here https://player.fm/legal.

Getting lost in Tokyo can have two meanings – at least.

You can lose our way in that great city. Or you can totally immerse yourself in any number of fascinating parts of it.

On either score, Jane Lawson is a great guide.

In her new “Tokyo Style Guide” (Murdoch Books), Jane provides a realistically usable companion for the art of “losing yourself” in an amazingly diverse city.

And plenty of practical tips on how to find yourself if somehow you may feel you have lost your bearings.

With 10 absorbing itineraries which most visitors would be lucky to find on their own account, she gives many options to explore the food cultures of different neighbourhoods.

Jane Lawson talks on Gastronaut about her latest book.

www.zenbutours.com

  continue reading

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