Ever wanted to explore the megacity of Tokyo and didn’t know where to start? For 365 days of the year, Tokyo: Day By Day is a highly instagrammable book that reveals all the hidden treasures and takes you on an adventure through the magical city that most tourists never see.
Published by VIZ Media in English, with adaptation by Isabelle Huang, design and layout by Adam Grano, and content provided by RETRIP. Readers will get a look into the hidden treasures that the megacity has to offer. Readers will also be able to walk down cobblestoned alleyways lit by traditional Minka homes and into the dreamiest of flower parks filled with lavender; taste the myriad sweets and pastries and learn the art of Maito Kuramae – all fueled by ramen, the city’s signature dish, and tea, always tea.
In Tokyo: Day by Day, you get places to visit from art installations and restaurants to parks and more with its endless imagination, enchanting atmosphere, grand passion, and true beauty, with addresses and everything you need to plan your trip, as Tokyo: Day By Day is the ultimate travel companion for both frequent and first-time visitors. Plus, you’ll never get lost thanks to the expertly mapped out location, contact, and train stop information.
The book also highlights daily seasonal curations based on the calendar year. Witness local festivals such as Children’s Day with colorful carp streamers swimming at the foot of Tokyo Tower or learn how to unleash your inner kawaii with delicious Totoro cream puffs and Harajuku’s adorable Hedgehog Cafe. With all the included contact and travel information, learn every nook and cranny that compares the same street knowledge as any Tokyo local.
So whether you’re a new visitor, frequent visitor, or just admire the culture and look of Tokyo Japan this book is your number one priority. It is a beautifully designed book published by VIZ Media which is at the forefront of America’s Japanese pop culture phenomenon which dominates everything from animation and film to gaming.
Tokyo: Day By Day will release on June 9 and is available for pre-order right now on the official website.
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