Set of 10 Mini Tokyo Inspired Lanterns- Plug-In String Lights- Expandable up to 150 Mini Lanterns
The glamor of Tokyo in your own home. These beautiful plug-in lights are weatherproof and look fantastic whether hanging outdoors, on your patio or in any room in the house. This set of 10 mini themed lanterns gives off a warm white glow and is perfect for a beach themed party or a nautical-themed backyard. It also comes with four replacement bulbs and an extra fuse so they will provide long-lasting beauty wherever they are placed. They are connectable and expandable on both ends to add additional sets or to mix and match. Add an additional 14 lights for a total of 15 sets (150 lights).
adidas Women’s Tokyo Ah29-6050 Butterfly Sunglasses,Petrol Mint Frame/Grey Mirror Lens,58 Mm
These durable frames are the leader in sports eyewear. The latest technologies and most up to date designs put Adidas Sunglasses ahead of the pack. Flex temples and soft saddle bridges provide a comfortable, fit in casual sun wear.
Cold Steel Tokyo Spike Cord Wrapped Handle (Secure-Ex Sheath)
The Spike, designed by Barry Dawson, is a weapon pared down to its bare essentials. Its thick, narrow blade is distal tapered and flat ground to a zero edge. This creates a unique cross section that facilitates both penetration of the tip and cutting power previously unknown in such a thick, narrow blade. The integral handle of the spike compliments its minimalist theme. It has been carefully shaped out of solid steel, wrapped with cord and had all of its sharp edges “melted” so they don’t irritate the hand.
Tokyo, Japan (Shibuya Night Scene) Art Poster PRint Poster Poster Print, 36×24
Decorate your home or office with high quality posters. Tokyo, Japan (Shibuya Night Scene) Art Poster PRint Poster is that perfect piece that matches your style, interests, and budget.
Riding the Train in Japan (Erik’s Guide to Japan)
The Japanese rail system is one of the modern wonders of the world. Trains connect every major city (and most minor ones) in Japan, and if you are visiting the country soon, chances are good you will end up riding one. Unfortunately, the sheer scope and size of the train network often makes it very confusing for first time visitors to get around.
What better way to learn about Japan than getting advice from someone who lives there? Author Erik Curre is a long-time Tokyo resident and veteran rider of the Tokyo trains. In this short guide he shares with the reader all the bits of wisdom he has accumulated from years of daily commuting through some of the world’s busiest train stations. Navigate the Japanese rail system in confidence after learning about the following subjects:
1. How to deal with crowds
2. How to use a ticket machine
3. How to buy a train pass
4. Navigating through train stations
5. What to do upon arriving at Narita Airport
Tokyo Jungle [Japan Import]
Tokyo Jungle Japanese Format (NTSC-J). Box,package,
Tokyo Milk Bon Bon Shea Butter Lotion 15 French Kiss 2.3 oz
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A sensuous balm. Unexpected essences crushed and distilled, creating a remarkably uncommon sensory experience. Shea butter and sweet almond oils melt away dryness in lush hydration. Not for the faint of heart, fragrance to pique your curiosity. Each alluring tube is enclosed in a tailored sleeve and tucked within a sumptuous keep sake bag.
Tokyo City Atlas: A Bilingual Guide
This is the updated third edition of an atlas first published in 1998. During the past six years, the transportation network of the metropolitan area of Tokyo has changed a good deal. In the case of the subway system, lines have been extended, and some rapid-transit lines have been added, so code numbers for each station are given in our atlas for foreign travelers to identify them easily. In addition, as a result of urban development in areas such as Roppongi, Shinagawa, and Shiodome, quite a few new company buildings, stores, and hotels have appeared. These developments are also covered in this updated edition.
– 21 area maps of Metropolitan Tokyo (42 pages) showing not only chome numbers but also block numbers (banchi).
– 18 detailed maps of Central Tokyo (30 pages) to guide the reader even to numbered subway station entrances.
– An additional 7 maps of central Yokohama and Kawasaki and access maps to 3 U.S. military bases (Yokosuka, Yokota and Zama).
Tokyo On Foot: Travels in the City’s Most Colorful Neighborhoods
Florent Chavouet, a young graphic artist, spent six months exploring Tokyo while his girlfriend interned at a company there. Each day he would set forth, with a pouch full of colored pencils and a sketchpad, to visit different neighborhoods. This stunning book records the city that he got to know during his adventures, a gritty, vibrant place, full of ordinary people going about their daily lives. Realistically rendered city views or posters of pop stars contrast with cartoon sketches of iconic objects or droll vignettes, like a housewife walking her pet pig and a Godzilla statue in a local park.
With wit, a playful sense of humor, and the colored pencils of his kit, Florent Chavouet sets aside the question of urban ugliness or beauty and captures the Japanese essence of a great city.
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Tokyo from Edo to Showa 1867-1989: The Emergence of the World’s Greatest City (Tuttle Classics)
Edward Seidensticker’s Tokyo: From Edo to Showa, available here for the first time in a single volume, tells the story of Tokyo’s transformation from the Shogun’s capital in an isolated Japan to one of the most renowned modern cities in the world. With the same scholarship and style that won him admiration as one of the premier translators of Japanese literature, he offers the reader his own brilliant picture of a whole society suddenly emerging into the modern world. By turns elegiac and funny, reflective and crisp, Tokyo: From Edo to Showa is an important cultural history of Asia’s greatest city.
Tokyo Beat Down
Experience the sweet nostalgia of classic coin-op beat ’em ups, using your fists, guns, and anything else that happens to be lying around to round up and beat down the foolish criminals of Tokyo. Who stands between hope and despair, order and chaos? Enter the Beast Cops, tireless servants of justice. These men and women struggle night and day for the heart of the city. They’re Beast Cops because they will do whatever it takes, pay any price, inflict as much damage as necessary, in order to restore peace and security to the streets of Tokyo.
Tokyo Vice: An American Reporter on the Police Beat in Japan (Vintage Crime/Black Lizard)
A riveting true-life tale of newspaper noir and Japanese organized crime from an American investigative journalist.
Jake Adelstein is the only American journalist ever to have been admitted to the insular Tokyo Metropolitan Police Press Club, where for twelve years he covered the dark side of Japan: extortion, murder, human trafficking, fiscal corruption, and of course, the yakuza. But when his final scoop exposed a scandal that reverberated all the way from the neon soaked streets of Tokyo to the polished Halls of the FBI and resulted in a death threat for him and his family, Adelstein decided to step down. Then, he fought back. In Tokyo Vice he delivers an unprecedented look at Japanese culture and searing memoir about his rise from cub reporter to seasoned journalist with a price on his head.A Q&A with Jake Adelstein
Question: What drew you to Japan in the first place, and how did you wind up going to university there? Jake Adelstein: In high school I had many proble
Streetwise Tokyo Map – Laminated City Center Street Map of Tokyo, Japan
Streetwise Tokyo Map – Laminated City Center Street Map of Tokyo, Japan – Folding pocket size travel map with integrated subway map including lines & stations – JR linesThis map covers the following areas:
Tokyo Area Map 1:50,000
Marunouchi / Ginza Map 1:15,000
Shibuya / Harajuku / Akasaka / Aoyama / Roppongi / Azabu Map 1:15,000
Shinjuku Map 1:12,000
Ueno Map 1:8,000
Asakusa Map 1:7,400Tokyo is no place to be stuck with an inferior map. If you only have a few days to enjoy the city, getting lost can be frustrating and a waste of time. There’s so much to see and do that what you need most is a way to get around quickly and efficiently. The STREETWISE® Tokyo Map will enable you to do just that.Our STREETWISE® Tokyo Map is based on the subway system, the key to understanding how to navigate this unfamiliar terrain. Not only are the subway stations the most visible way to orient yourself, but they’re also the connecting link between the diverse and unique neighborh
Little Adventures in Tokyo: 39 Thrills for the Urban Explorer
An updated edition of what AsiaPacific magazine calls “The best insiders’ guide to Tokyo.”Rick Kennedy, author of Good Tokyo Restaurants and Home Sweet Tokyo, has lived in Tokyo for 20 years and knows the city well. When he decided to write Little Adventures in Tokyo, he didn’t want to replicate the other comprehensive cinderblock-like guides on the market. He wanted to create a slim, lightweight guide to Tokyo fun, because Tokyo can be overwhelming enough without your guidebook inundating you with information, too. Whether you find yourself in Tokyo on vacation or business, you’ll want your explorations in manageable portions. Kennedy organizes the adventures by five Tokyo moods (Old Tokyo, The Metropolis, Tokyo Bizarro, Time Out, and Listen, I Found This Great Place….), cross-references them by location and time, and includes good maps. But the real beauty of this book lies in its tone and the quality of the excursions it details. From the ritual appreciation of incense (kohdo) to
Tokyo Travel Guide – 3-Day Highlights Itinerary
* This itinerary is the perfect introduction to Tokyo – an amazing city that can be both exciting and challenging, especially for the first-time visitor.
* It includes 3-days of the best sights to see in the city, within close proximity to each other, helping you to avoid getting lost and to get the most out of the areas you visit.
* See the city from a local’s point of view and get to know some of the best parts of this massive metropolis.
* Tells you where to spend your time, and highlights the best things to see in that area.
* The following areas are featured: Shinjuku, Harajuku/Omotesando, Tsukiji Market, Ueno Park, Asakusa, Tokyo Imperial Palace/Marunouchi, Yokohama and Yokohama Chinatown, and more.
== Sights & places you’ll see with this itinerary ==
* Great panoramic views of the city from Tokyo City Hall
* Stroll through Shinjuku National Garden
* Lunch at the Park Hyatt, made famous in Lost in translation
King of Tokyo
King of Tokyo is a game from Richard Garfield for 2 to 6 players in which you will be able to play mutant monsters gigantic robots and other aliens all of whom are happily whacking each other in a joyous atmosphere in order to become the one and only King of Tokyo. When it is your turn to play you throw six dice. Each die bears the following six symbols: 1 2 or 3 Points of Destruction Energy Healing and Whack. In three successive throws you are going to choose whether to keep or discard each die in order to come up with combinations that will enable you to win destruction points hoard energy restore your health or whack other players into understanding Tokyo is YOUR territory. The fiercest player will be crowned King of Tokyo… and will end up facing all the other monsters alone! Top this off with special cards that you can purchase with energy and that have a permanent or temporary effect such as the growing of a second head which grants you an additional die body armor nova death ra
Getting Around Tokyo Pocket Atlas and Transportation Guide: Includes Yokohama, Kamakura, Yokota, Yokosuka, Hakone and MT Fuji
Tokyo and Yokohama are incredibly difficult cities to navigate due to the lack of street names, main thoroughfares and addresses that don’t correspond to anything! Tokyo Pocket Atlas and Transportation Guide is a unique guide that provides precise directions to over 600 individual destinations in the most popular business, entertainment, hotel and shopping areas in Tokyo.
Frommer’s Tokyo (Frommer’s Complete Guides)
Expert advice from an experienced author. Our Frommer’s Tokyo author was the first US resident appointed a YOKOSO! Japan Ambassador by Japan’s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport, and Tourism for her many years writing about Japan. She will provide valuable insights and advice and will show you the real heart of Tokyo.Comprehensive and clear directions for navigating a fast-paced and often overwhelming city.The best of every neighborhood, including swanky shops in the Ginza district, the Imperial Palace (home of Japan’s emperor) in the Hibiya district, sumo wrestling stadiums in the town of Ryogoku, and elaborate “lolita” (baby doll) and “cosplay” (anime character) outfits you’ll see teenagers wearing in the Harijuku district.Options for every price point, from luxury business hotels to cheap, miniscule “capsule hotels,” from restaurants serving exquisite kaiseki feasts to stand-up noodle houses, from high-end bars and clubs in the Ginza district to happy hours and
Top 10 Tokyo (EYEWITNESS TOP 10 TRAVEL GUIDE)
DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Top 10 Tokyo will lead you straight to the very best this city has to offer. Whether you’re looking for the things not to miss at the Top 10 sights or want to find the best nightspots, this guide is the perfect pocket-sized companion. Rely on dozens of Top 10 lists — from the Top 10 museums to the Top 10 events and festivals. There’s even a list of the Top 10 things to avoid. The guide is divided by area with restaurant reviews for each, as well as recommendations for hotels, bars, and places to shop. You’ll find the insider knowledge every visitor needs to effortlessly explore every corner of the city with DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Top 10 Tokyo and its free pull-out map. DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Top 10 Tokyo — showing you what others only tell you.
Tokyo City Guide
‘Lonely Planet guides are, quite simply, like no other’. New York TimesThe ultimate, most comprehensive guide to travelling in Tokyo includes up-to-date reviews of the best places to stay, eat, sights, cultural information, maps, transport tips and a few best kept secrets – all the essentials to get to the heart of Tokyo.This guide is the result of indepth research by two dedicated authors and local experts who immersed themselves in Tokyo, finding unique experiences, and sharing practical and honest advice, so you come away informed and amazed.Regions covered: Marunouchi (Tokyo Station), Ginza, Tsukiji, Roppongi, Ebisu, Meguro, Shibuya, Harajuku, Aoyama, Shinjuku, West Tokyo, Iidabashi, Northwest Tokyo, Akihabara, Ueno, Asakusa, Sumida River, Odaiba, Tokyo Bay, Day Trips from TokyoInside Lonely Planet Tokyo:• Full color styling and images• Clear, easy-to-read color maps • A brilliant new page layout for fast and hassle-free reading while on the go• Up-to-date recommende
Tokyo (EYEWITNESS TRAVEL GUIDE)
This fascinating city; the world’s largest metropolis, is becoming increasingly popular with and accessible to foreign visitors. Few people today are not affected by the creativity, culture and economy of Tokyo, yet this megacity remains an enigma for many.
Tokyo is the seat of the Japanese government and an economic powerhouse in the global financial market as well as a city at the cutting edge of fashion trends and modern architecture.
This DK Eyewitness Travel Guide provides in-depth coverage of the city, from the looming skyscrapers, neon-bathed streets and flashing video screens of the labyrinthine Shinjuku district to the traditional shrine complex of Meiji Jingu and the arresting mix of contemporary building developments found throughout the city.
Three of world cinema s great visionaries: Michel Gondry (BE KIND REWIND, ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND), Leos Carax (THE LOVERS ON THE BRIDGE), and Bong Joon-ho (THE HOST) each direct a segment of this surreal triptych set in the ultra-modern metropolis of Tokyo, Japan.
In the tradition of such films as NEW YORK STORIES, NIGHT ON EARTH, PARIS JE T AIME and its forthcoming sequel NEW YORK JE T AIME, TOKYO! addresses the timeless question of whether we shape cities, or if cities shape us in the process revealing the rich humanity at the heart of modern urban life.