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- 1.1 Lets Explore Japan (Most Famous Attractions in Japan): Japan Travel Guide (Childrens Explore the World Books)
- 1.2 Fodors Japan (Full-color Travel Guide)
- 1.3 The Blue Zones Solution: Eating and Living Like the Worlds Healthiest People
- 1.4 Fodors Japan (Full-color Travel Guide)
- 1.5 Private Thoughts: From His Diary in World War II (English Edition)
おすすめのKindle本「national geographic japan」
Lets Explore Japan (Most Famous Attractions in Japan): Japan Travel Guide (Childrens Explore the World Books)
Sakura and sushi are only two things about Japan that the world knows about. There are so many more to love about the country, and this book will give you a glimpse of what those other reasons are. Picture books not only make learning fun but also encourages self-awareness. They provide the opportunity for children to associate with the world. Order your copy now!
Fodors Japan (Full-color Travel Guide)
Over one million Americans travel to Japan each year to experience this land of exquisite beauty. In stunning full color, Fodors Japan illustrates the countrys eternal draws, from ancient temples and gardens and the deliberate pace of the tea ceremony, to the dizzying, frenetic pulse of its high-tech cities.
NEW THIS EDITION: The 20th edition of Fodors Japan is packed with even more Tokyo and Kyoto hotels and restaurants, reflecting the increasing popularity of these destinations. U.S. travel to Japan is increasing, and recent fluctuations in the yen have made it more of an affordable destination than ever. This new edition boasts expanded Japanese characters and transliterations across our listings for hotels, restaurants, sights and more, making the guide indispensible for solo exploring.
ILLUSTRATED FEATURES: This edition features brand-new Top Reasons to Go, illustrated with enticing photos, as well as a snapshot feature on Japan today, featuring all the things that are making the Japanese tick in 2014. Top Attractions and Top Experiences help travelers pinpoint the best of Japan and inspire their plans. Magazine-style features cover topics such as the intricacies of Japanese cuisine, traditional Japanese crafts and Mount Fuji.
ESSENTIAL TRIP-PLANNING TOOLS: Fodors Japan features a beautifully illustrated 37-page Japanese Cultural Primer, with the lowdown on everything from etiquette to the tea ceremony to the Japanese obsession with baseball. Money-saving tips help travelers get the most from their yen. Eight pages of itineraries map out diverse and exciting ways for visitors to experience this hugely diverse country, while each individual chapter has its own planner section with all you need to know about regional transportation and accommodation.
DISCERNING RECOMMENDATIONS: Fodors Japan offers savvy advice and recommendations from local writers to help travelers make the most of their visit. Fodors Choice designates our best picks, from hotels to nightlife. Word of Mouth quotes from fellow travelers provide valuable insights.
ABOUT FODORS AUTHORS: Each Fodors Travel Guide is researched and written by local experts.
The Blue Zones Solution: Eating and Living Like the Worlds Healthiest People
In this groundbreaking book, Dan Buettner reveals how to transform your health using smart eating and lifestyle habits gleaned from new research on the diets, eating habits, and lifestyle practices of the communities hes identified as Blue Zones—those places with the worlds longest-lived, and thus healthiest, people, including locations such as Okinawa, Japan; Sardinia, Italy; Costa Ricas Nicoya Peninsula; Ikaria, Greece; and Loma Linda, California.
With the audacious belief that the lifestyles of the worlds Blue Zones could be adapted and replicated in towns across North America, Buettner launched the largest preventive health care project in the United States, The Blue Zones City Makeovers, which has impacted the health of millions of Americans since 2009. In The Blue Zones Solution, readers can be inspired by the specific stories of the people, foods, and routines of our healthy elders; understand the role community, family, and naturally healthy habits can play in improving our diet and health; and learn the exact foods—including the 50 superfoods of longevity and dozens of recipes adapted for Western tastes and markets—that offer delicious ways to eat your way to optimum health. Throughout the book are lifestyle recommendations, checklists, and stories to help you create your own personal Blue Zones solution. Readers will learn and apply the 80/20 rule, the plant slant diet, social aspects of eating that lead to weight loss and great health naturally, cultivating your tribe of friends and family, and your greater purpose as part of your daily routine.
Filled with moving personal stories, delicious recipes, checklists, and useful tips that will transform any home into a miniature blue zone, The Blue Zones Solution is the ultimate blueprint for a healthy, happy life.
From the Hardcover edition.
Fodors Japan (Full-color Travel Guide)
Written by locals, Fodors travel guides have been offering expert advice for all tastes and budgets for 80 years.
In 2015 Japan will become the 11th most popular destination for US travelers. Over a million Americans visit each year to experience this land of exquisite beauty, and recent fluctuations in the yen have made it more of an affordable destination than ever. In stunning full color, Fodors Japan illustrates the countrys eternal draws, from ancient temples and gardens and the deliberate pace of the tea ceremony, to the dizzying, frenetic pulse of its high-tech cities.
This travel guide includes:
· Dozens of full-color maps
· Hundreds of hotel and restaurant recommendations, with Fodors Choice designating our top picks
· Multiple itineraries to explore the top attractions and what’s off the beaten path
· Major sights such as Tsukiji Fish Market, Senso-ji, Tokyo Sky Tree, Mt. Fuji, The Daibutsu, Sanjusangen-do, Ginkaku-ji, Fushimi-inari Taisha, Kinkaku-ji, and Osaka-jo
· Side Trips from Tokyo including Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park, Nikko, Kamakura and Yokohama
· Coverage of Tokyo; Nagoya, Ise-Shima, and the Kii Peninsula; The Japan Alps and the North Chubu Coast; Kyoto; The Kansai Region; Western Honshu; Shikoku; Kyushu; Okinawa; Tohoku; Hokkaido
Planning to focus on Tokyo? Check out Fodors travel guides to Tokyo.
Private Thoughts: From His Diary in World War II (English Edition)
In 1941 as war with Japan appeared more and more likely, The New York Times opened its first bureau west of the Mississippi in San Francisco. It would be Lawrence E Davies’ office’ for 29 years in what many of his peers considered the best reporting assignment in the world. His beat included northern California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Alaska and Hawaii. The report of his death in the New York Times indicated that the files at The Times had over four thousand articles reported with his by- line and additionally, an estimated four thousand unsigned articles. He was held in such high regard, The Times reported, that he was called by the National Geographic Society a few years ago, a San Francisco landmark along with the Golden Gate Bridge. He had a vast acquaintance among people in all walks of life throughout the West. His private thoughts were kept quiet, even from his family. He typed each thought and placed the typed sheet in a cardboard container. Several years after his death, the container and the fascinating thoughts of the man, so well placed and sensitive to information regarding life in the U.S. during World War II, were discovered by his son Gilbert.