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  1. Hiking in <strong>Japan</strong> - Planning & Environment (Chapter)

    Hiking in Japan - Planning & Environment (Chapter)

    This chapter contains the Route Descriptions, Planning, Environment and History & Culture of Hiking, Majestic Fuji-san and Onsen chapters from Lonely Planet's Hiking in Japan guidebook. Ponder the natural beauty of this mountainous country on hikes that take you beyond the tourist trail. Read about the locals... 2nd Edition, Jul 2009. 36 pages.



  2. Hiking in <strong>Japan</strong> - Shikoku (Chapter)

    Hiking in Japan - Shikoku (Chapter)

    This is the Shikoku chapter from Lonely Planet's Hiking in Japan guidebook. Follow in the footsteps of the great Buddhist saint Kobo Daishi (774-835), who became enlightened in mountainous Shikoku... stumble across that elusive bit of lost Japan. maps set out on the big walk - the 88 Sacred Temples... 2nd Edition, Jul 2009. 20 pages.



  3. Hiking in <strong>Japan</strong> - Tohoku (Chapter)

    Hiking in Japan - Tohoku (Chapter)

    This is the Tohoku chapter from Lonely Planet's Hiking in Japan guidebook. Tohoku's unspoilt... appeal. Not to mention the fact that it has Japan's best hiking routes... maps walk in the footsteps of Japan's mountain pilgrims across the sacred peaks of Dewa Sanzan transport restaurants accommodation... 2nd Edition, Sep 2009. 39 pages.



  4. Hiking in <strong>Japan</strong> - Tokyo Region (Chapter)

    Hiking in Japan - Tokyo Region (Chapter)

    This is the Tokyo Region chapter from Lonely Planet's Hiking in Japan guidebook. Escape Tokyo's urban sprawl via Japan's efficient transport system and take greedy gulps of crisp, fresh air... ' in the Takao mountains transport restaurants accommodation spend a night in one of Japan's best mountain huts... 2nd Edition, Jul 2009. 47 pages.



  5. Hiking In <strong>Japan</strong> travel guide

    Hiking In Japan travel guide

    Forget Japan's neon reputation. Away from the big cities, Japan is a hiker's wonderland and this guide has recommended routes for every ability level. See sunrise from atop Fuji-san or follow a fabled... with over 15 years’ experience hiking in Japan Includes Japanese script to help you get around Comprehensive... 2nd Edition, Jun 2009. 452 pages. 12 colour pages. 80 maps. Also available in digital formats



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  6. Japanese Phrasebook and Audio CD

    Japanese Phrasebook and Audio CD

    Lonely Planet's Japanese Phrasebook & Audio CD is your handy passport to culturally enriching travels with the most relevant and useful Japanese phrases and vocabulary for all your travel ... 3rd Edition, Sep 2015. 272 pages. 272 colour pages.



  7. <strong>Japan</strong> - Hiroshima & Western Honshu (Chapter)

    Japan - Hiroshima & Western Honshu (Chapter)

    Lonely Planet’s Japan guidebook. Travellers to Western Honshū will find two contrasting coastlines. San... 14th Edition, Aug 2015. 66 pages.



  8. <strong>Japan</strong> - Kansai (Chapter)

    Japan - Kansai (Chapter)

    If you had to choose only one region of Japan to explore, Kansai would be an easy choice. It’s the heart of Japan; nowhere else in the country can you find so much of historical and cultural interest in such a compact area. Osaka, the region’s hub and Japan’s third largest city, shows off Japanese urban life... 14th Edition, Aug 2015. 77 pages.



  9. <strong>Japan</strong> - Kyoto (Chapter)

    Japan - Kyoto (Chapter)

    temples, colourful shrines and sublime gardens. Indeed, Kyoto is the storehouse of Japan’s traditions... chapter from Lonely Planet’s Japan guidebook. For much of its history, Kyoto was Japan. Even today, Kyoto is the place to go to see what Japan is all about. Here is where you’ll find all those things you associate... 14th Edition, Aug 2015. 61 pages.



  10. <strong>Japan</strong> - Kyushu (Chapter)

    Japan - Kyushu (Chapter)

    Japan’s southern- and westernmost main island is arguably its warmest, friendliest and most beautiful, with active volcanic peaks, rocky, lush and near-tropical coastlines, and great onsen virtually... . This is the Kyūshū chapter from Lonely Planet’s Japan guidebook. Japan’s southern- and westernmost main island... 14th Edition, Aug 2015. 76 pages.



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