Tokyo is the capital of Japan and is one of the most beautiful, bustling, busiest cities in the world. Tokyo is such a diversified destination with so many different lifestyles and cultures breathing under it, it’s difficult to describe it with just one word. But all can agree that Tokyo is the capital of Cool!
Today I want to introduce a new book called “Tokyo: Capital of Cool”, authored by Rob Goss. This book is really useful to foreigners from around the world who plan to travel to Tokyo, Japan to witness its coolness. It briefly talks about what Tokyo is about and showcasing the uniqueness of different sightseeing locations within different parts of Tokyo. Each page comes with a mix of images and text and you will be amazed at how crazy cool Japan is.
I have visited Tokyo twice and it was a truly breathtaking. The food is nice, streets are safe and weather is great! My most favourite location in Tokyo definitely has to be the Scramble Crossing in Shibuya (covered in this book), because it’s so lively, and feels like it’s the heart of the world.
After reading this book, you will know what Tokyo Japan is about and what’s famous for different places. Definitely it will be very useful when you want to plan your first trip to Tokyo. This book definitely on point with the introduction and descriptions of each locations and if you would like to dive deeper and experience it, you just have to visit Tokyo!
This book was released on June 16th, 2015, and was published by Tuttle Publishing. If you are interested, you can buy this book on Amazon with link below. Stay tuned for the part II as I will review 4 more books courtesy of aforementioned publisher.
Credit: Tuttle Publishing. Photo credit: Amazon