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Author: Moon Travel Guides
Publisher: Hachette UK
Experience Tokyo like a local: on foot! Stroll through the city and soak up its infectious energy, futuristic charm, and centuries of Japanese art and culture with Moon Tokyo Walks. Walk through the city's coolest neighborhoods, including Shibuya, Harajuku, Shinjuku, Ginza, and more, with color-coded stops and turn-by-turn directions Find your scene with top ten lists for restaurants, nightlife, shopping, and more Get to know the real Tokyo on six customizable walks: Savor fresh sushi or delicious ramen, snack on yakitori in a neighborhood izakaya, and barhop through Shibuya. Walk under the famous cherry blossoms in the spring, watch a traditional kabuki performance, and make your way through a bustling morning fish market. Enter the imaginative world of master animator Hayao Miyazaki or marvel at historic temples and Buddhist monuments Explore on the go with foldout maps of each walking route and a removable full-city map, all in a handy guide that fits in your pocket Discover public transportation options like bike rentals, subway lines, and more With creative routes, public transit options, and a full-city map, you can explore Tokyo at your own pace, without missing a beat. Check out our guides to more of the world's best cities, so you can hit the ground running! Also available: Moon Barcelona Walks, Moon Berlin Walks, Moon New York City Walks, Moon Amsterdam Walks, Moon Paris Walks, Moon Rome Walks, and Moon London Walks.
Make your way through the largest fish market in Toyko, sample sake, and get acquainted with Japanese whiskeys at a tasting room Ideas for side trips from each city, including Yokohama, Nara, and Kobe Expert insight from American expat and ...
Author: Jonathan DeHart
Publisher: Hachette UK
From serene Buddhist temples to the world's busiest intersection, experience the cosmopolitan culture, deeply embedded history, and legendary cuisine of Japan's top cities. Inside Moon Tokyo, Kyoto & Hiroshima you'll find: Flexible itineraries for 1 to 5 days in Tokyo, Kyoto and Hiroshima that can be combined into a longer trip Strategic advice for foodies, history buffs, spiritual seekers, and more Must-see highlights and unique experiences: Stroll Kyoto's Philosopher's Path, learn about Hiroshima's history at the Peace Park, and marvel at the towering bronze Buddha in Nara's Toda-ji temple. Get a taste of Tokyo's epic nightlife, stay in a traditional ryokan, or soak up views of Mount Fuji The best local flavors: Indulge in a beautiful, multi-course kaiseiki, and feast on fresh sushi or savory ramen. Make your way through the largest fish market in Toyko, sample sake, and get acquainted with Japanese whiskeys at a tasting room Ideas for side trips from each city, including Yokohama, Nara, and Kobe Expert insight from American expat and longtime Tokyo local Jonathan DeHart Full-color photos and detailed maps throughout Background information on the landscape, history, and conduct and cultural customs of each city Handy tools such as visa information, train travel tips, a Japanese phrasebook, and recommendations for seniors, LGBTQ+ travelers, travelers of color, families with children, and more Experience the best of these three cities at your own pace with Moon Tokyo, Kyoto & Hiroshima. Spending more time exploring the whole country? Grab a copy of Moon Japan. Just hanging out in Tokyo? Check out Moon Tokyo Walks.
Release date: 1991; Designer: Hugh Riley; Developer: Probe Software;
Publisher: Image Works, Mirrorsoft Ltd.; Perspective: ... Bad Moon Rising [Comic
Book; WW] First publication: 2004; Story: Brian Pulido; Art: Wellington Alves;
Publisher: Avatar Press. ... When these are lost the game is over and Buck
becomes an angel who goes to heaven. If Buck ... Timid Takeru's life changes
when he encounters Megumi and Jo, two beautiful girls he hides from pursuing
thugs in his Tokyo home.
Author: Paul Green
Category: Performing Arts
From automatons to zombies, many elements of fantasy and science fiction have been cross-pollinated with the Western movie genre. In its second edition, this encyclopedia of the Weird Western includes many new entries covering film, television, animation, novels, pulp fiction, short stories, comic books, graphic novels and video and role-playing games. Categories include Weird, Weird Menace, Science Fiction, Space, Steampunk and Romance Westerns.
The book, ordered chronologically, goes without pagination. Rather than ... From
Hiroshima to the Moon ... Revised and enlarged edition, otherwise the sixth
printing of the Revised Edition first published in 1957. ... Tokyo: The Jiji Press.
Author: Mark Rich
Category: Social Science
By the middle 1800s, toys were appearing in forms that drew upon--and that inspired--advances in areas such as optics, biology, geography, transportation, and automation. In these decades, too, a new type of wonder tale was being brought to maturity by a Poe-inspired Jules Verne. The modern wonder tale's highly-charged vision expressed the hopes and the fears, and the delights and the traumas, engendered by "new worlds idealism"--that Western pursuit of both mechanical and geographical conquest. Exploring realms belonging to childhood, literature, science, and history, this innovative study weaves together the histories of wonder tales and children's toys, focusing specifically on their modern aspects and how they reflect and express the social attitudes of that time period beginning around 1859 and ending around 1957.
As for the authors , in the first edition which goes back – as we have already said
to 1956 , the high distinction was given ex aequo to Jella ... to the work Le petit
Chaperon Rouge , by C . Perrault , with illustrations by Sarah Moon , Grasset et
Fasquelle Publishers , Paris . ... published by Bruno Danese , Milan ; In a ballon
over eyelash ocean and a little more , both published by Kaisei - Sha of Tokyo .
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KINGFISHERS Meeka , the moon , and his wife ... project to This is the first published selection of ankle - length skirt , whatever the heat . be done . the
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anything goes in bed as long as it ' s with ... Montana Tryst First published in
TORSO A young cowboy discovers his true nature with a mysterious Indian high
in the ... Moon Nights Free of gravity and with curious aliens to choose from ,
Rollo enlists an interesting crew for a space mission . ... Sakura and Sayonara First published in FRICTION It was Tokyo but the beautiful boy spoke some
English , and also ...
Author: Bill Lee
Publisher: Glb Pub
For over ten years, Bill Lee has been entertaining gay readers with explicit stories and fantasies of man-to-man sex of all types: military, construction, cowboys, even porn stars. We now bring his readers a collection of short stories on these themes, some never-before published, and all with that wry touch that characterises Bill Lee.
Mori Toshiko, Lauren A. Gould, Tom Mes, David G. Imber, Jasper Sharp, Mika
Yoshida Ian Luna ... MacKenzie Lewis , Allene Kim , Linda Trujillo , Ibi Maiko ,
Eva Prinz , Kato Kotaro & Okamoto Noe - Ian Luna My heartfelt appreciation goes
out to my co ... You all have my total and lasting gratitude First published in the
United States of America by Rizzoli International Publications , Inc . 300 Park
Author: Mori Toshiko
Publisher: Rizzoli International Publications
"This book is organized around the physical city, and the role of the megalopolis itself as both the site and inspiration for an unprecedented explosion in design and the visual arts. The new work of world-renowned talents complement the current work of rising stars."--BOOK JACKET.
Ski or snowboard at a world-class resort, surf in the Pacific off the coast of Shikoku, or dive along the coral reefs of Okinawa The best local flavors: Feast on ramen or an elaborate spread of sushi, sample fresh seafood at the world's ...
Author: Jonathan DeHart
Publisher: Hachette UK
From the world's busiest intersection to the most serene hot springs, modernity and tradition mingle in Japan. Experience the natural wonder and rich culture of a country unlike any other with Moon Japan. Inside you'll find: Flexible itineraries including a two week 'Best of Japan' and a week in and around Tokyo Strategic advice for spiritual seekers, anime fans, foodies, fashionistas, hikers, and more The top sights and unique experiences: Wander the shrines and temples of Ueno-koen park and stop in Tokyo National Museum for world-renowned Japanese art. Learn about samurai heritage in Sanmachi Suji or zazen meditation at the Buddhist temples of Kyoto, and get an unforgettable lesson in 20th century history at Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park Outdoor adventures: Hike the trails of Mt. Fuji or the river-filled valley of Kamikochi and relax in a communal onsen hot spring. Ski or snowboard at a world-class resort, surf in the Pacific off the coast of Shikoku, or dive along the coral reefs of Okinawa The best local flavors: Feast on ramen or an elaborate spread of sushi, sample fresh seafood at the world's largest fish market in Tokyo, and drink your way through the famed beer scene in Sapporo Honest insight from American expat and longtime Tokyo local Jonathan DeHart Full-color, vibrant photos throughout Detailed maps and useful tips for navigating public transportation Focused coverage of Tokyo, Mt. Fuji, Kanazawa, Kyoto, Kansai, Hiroshima and Miyajima, Okinawa, Tohoku and Hokkaido, Shikoku and Kyushu, and more Thorough background information on the landscape, wildlife, history, government, and culture Handy tools including health and safety tips, customs and conduct, and information for LGBTQ, female, and senior travelers, as well as families and travelers with disabilities With Moon's practical advice and insider tips, you can experience the best of Japan. Exploring more of Asia? Check out Moon Vietnam.
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1 ( Tokyo , 1970 ) , and Takemure Itsue , Josei no rekishi ( The history of women )
, vol . ... The title of the work refers to the much - quoted " manifesto " of the
Bluestockings that appeared in the first issue of its magazine in 1911 : " In the
beginning , woman was truly the sun . ... Now , woman is the moon , the sickly
pale moon that can shine only with the light of another . ... The reference to
woman as the sun goes back to Japanese mythology in which the Sun Goddess ,
SUMMARY : Excerpts from the first version of Manuel Alum ' s " solo dancc diary "
Made in Japan , danced to different music and lacking the No solo ... vidcolaped
in slagc rchcarsal , in rchcarsal clothes , at the Space , Hanac Mori Building , Tokyo , Japan , probably in August 1979 . ... The show goes on . ... SUMMARY :
Modern dance solo recorded outdoors at night , beginning at the rise of the full moon .
With the plot unfolding in the months immediately after surrender , with Tokyo in
ashes , rationing for nearly a decade ... John Steinbeck as propagandist ; The Moon Is Down goes to war . ... The first chapter " narrates the controversy
generated in American literary circles by the publication of The Moon Is Down (
BRD 1942 ) .
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Edo Meishoki ( Chronicle of Edo ' s sights ) , first guidebook published in Edo in
1662 Momozono ) . ... Mokuroku [ Flowers and pleasure trips , catalogue ] [ Tokyo
: the National Archives , 2002 ] ) radiating in every direction from the center ...
thus establishing places where people love to go ; walk ; take excursions ; see
azaleas , wisterias , irises , morning glories ... fireflies in June ; watch dragonflies
and listen to crickets in the late summer ; contemplate the full moon in September
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Author: Catherine Benoit
Publisher: Dumbarton Oaks
Breaking with the idea that gardens are places of indulgence and escapism, these studies of ritualized practices reveal that gardens in Europe, Asia, the United States, and the Caribbean have in fact made significant contributions to cultural change. This book demonstrates methods and the striking results of garden reception studies. The first section explores how cultural changes occur, and devotes chapters to public landscapes in the Netherlands, seventeenth-century Parisian gardens, Freemason gardens in Tuscany, nineteenth-century Scottish kitchen gardens, and the public parks of Edo and modern Tokyo. The second part provides striking examples of construction of self in vernacular gardens in Guadeloupe and American Japanese-style gardens in California. Finally, the third section analyzes struggles for political change in gardens of Yuan China and modern Britain.
Fauré , Gabriel Pavane Paris : Hamelle Éditions Musicales , 2002 . ... sonatina ,
Extasis , Fulgida luna , Sonatina , Crepuscular by Moleiro ; Seis canciones
infantiles by Estévez ; and Sombra en los Médanos arr . by Quintanilla . ... Tokyo :
Schott , 2002 . ... Summertime ; Hi lili , hi lo ; As time goes by ; It had to be you ;
The Man I love ; All of me ; Bali Ha ' i ; Happy talk ; Some enchanted evening
Louise Trotter ... Collection of original pieces and transcriptions originally published in 1925 .
Author: Sylvie Guichard-AnguisPublish On: 2008-11-27
Sylvie Guichard-Anguis, Okpyo Moon ... To put it in other words, those walks
through a Japan of past eras seem still to play a part as icons of
contemporaneous journeys. Although another word meaning travel ... Close to Tokyo railway station, the Library of the Journey (Tabi no ... In 2006 its April issue
was titled 'Small tabi', with the subtitle 'Spring and early summer on the Tokiwa
Road'. Highlighting a ...
Author: Sylvie Guichard-Anguis
Category: Social Science
This book examines Japanese tourism and travel, both today and in the past, showing how over hundreds of years a distinct culture of travel developed, and exploring how this has permeated the perceptions and traditions of Japanese society. It considers the diverse dimensions of modern tourism including appropriation and consumption of history, nostalgia, identity, domesticated foreignness, and the search for authenticity and invention of tradition. Japanese people are one of the most widely travelling peoples in the world both historically and in contemporary times. What may be understood as incipient mass tourism started around the 17th century in various forms (including religious pilgrimages) long before it became a prevalent cultural phenomenon in the West. Within Asia, Japan has long remained the main tourist sending society since the beginning of the 20th century when it started colonising Asian countries. In 2005, some 17.8 million Japanese travelled overseas across Europe, Asia, the South Pacific and America. In recent times, however, tourist demands are fast growing in other Asian countries such as Korea and China. Japan is not only consuming other Asian societies and cultures, it is also being consumed by them in tourist contexts. This book considers the patterns of travelling of the Japanese, examining travel inside and outside the Japanese archipelago and how tourist demands inside influence and shape patterns of travel outside the country. Overall, this book draws important insights for understanding the phenomenon of tourism on the one hand and the nature of Japanese society and culture on the other.