Unbeaten Tracks in Japan
by Isabella L. Bird
Publisher: J. Murray 1880
Number of pages: 380
This book is an account of travels in the interior including visits to the aborigines of Yezo and the shrine of Nikko. Written by Isabella L. Bird, one of the most famous British travelers of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
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by Justin Hall - Garrett County Pr
Written to encourage you to find your own Japan. Start walking and engage the world. Read this to get a sense of some of the strange things you might find, and hopefully this first round of exploration will help you dig deeper during your visit.
by R. B. Peery - Fleming H. Revell Company
I have written for the common people and hence have tried to give the subject a plain, popular treatment. There has been no attempt at exhaustive discussion, but great pains have been taken to make the hook reliable and accurate.
- Japan National Tourism Organization
Japan of today possesses powerful attractions: great cultural variety, colorful and inspiring natural attractions beautifully interwoven by distinct four seasonal changes, not to mention the overflowing hospitality of its people.