“Your Guide to Japan” is a Japan travel guide book to help you plan your trip. The book has 300 pages of useful content:
- – Practical advice – on how to get around, types of food, what to expect and how to survive in Japan.
- – Trip planner – right from the start, there’s help with booking your flights, where to stay and checklists so you don’t forget anything.
- – Ideas for things to do & hidden spots – build your perfect trip with things that interest you, as well as how to book popular attractions like Studio Ghibli tickets.
- – Travel journal – for recording your memories and all the little things you might otherwise forget.
- – Backed up by videos – watch videos of places featured in the book on YouTube, where you can always contact me in the comments.
The book’s focused on Tokyo, with a section of highlights from other areas around Japan.
Based on thousands of questions from viewers
Cakes with Faces’ Japan travel videos on YouTube have over 4 million views. Every day there are questions from viewers about planning their trips to Japan, in messages and in the comments. The information in the book’s based on all the things you want to know, plus 10 years’ experience of travelling to Japan.
Get your copy on Kickstarter
The Kickstarter’s 100% funded in just under 24 hours! This means that it’s definitely going ahead. If you’ve pledged you’ll definitely be getting a copy, and if you’d like a copy, there’s still time to get on board. The Kickstarter’s running until 2nd April 2020. The books will be sent out in July 2020 (estimated completion date).
There are also a range of special edition items to choose from as rewards – all the details are on Kickstarter.
The books will be sent out to you in July.
There’s worldwide shipping to any country. Due to the weight of the book, rates are different from the regular shipping prices and depend on your location (details on Kickstarter).
We’re switching to recyclable packaging. It costs us more, but it’s important for the environment. Everyone should do what they can. For some orders you might still receive a plastic mailing bag while we’re switching (it’d be more of a waste not to use them up).
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