By Yuko Morimoto Yoshida
CultureShock! Tokyo is vital for someone who needs to delve into the guts of what makes Tokyo and its humans tick. This ebook enlightens readers on eastern customs and throws mild on yes ‘oddities’ within the urban corresponding to the quaint-looking old shrines set among high-rise constructions. discover extra concerning the contrasting faces of the Tokyoites, who on one hand are well known for his or her well mannered and humble manner, but should be perpetrators of the ‘Tokyo rush hour’. Settle in easily through the use of the sensible guidance supplied together with these for the way to discover lodging, colleges for the youngsters and in addition the right way to deal with operating in Tokyo. take pleasure in the diversity and caliber of nutrients and count on the entire cultural and shuttle possibilities the town has to provide.
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