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Lost In Tokyo

Regular price £9.00

I think it's about time you lot got lost... in Tokyo that is! These awesome guides are all about finding the things which make each city unique, the sights, smells, sounds and tastes that signify 'we are here'.

Lost in Tokyo gives us a personal 'here and now' guide to the world's largest metropolis from the creative community who live there. Inside we get to check out the neighbourhoods around Chou Line, , Ebisu and Daikanyama, and meet a female filmmaker (Miwa Nishikawa), a promoter on the city's club scene (Yuko Ichikawa) and the fashion designer behind Toga (Yasuko Furuta). There is also a guide to the best places to eat from the food writer at the Japan Times, and a beautiful selection of photographs from Masataka Nakano's 'Tokyo Windows' series.

Designed by Node, these lovely bag sized guides are beautifully laid out, featuring photographic showcases, in-depth features, postcards and an excellent place index to all the shops, museums, restaurants and galleries mentioned inside.

Designed by Node, these lovely bag sized guides are beautifully laid out, featuring photographic showcases, in-depth features, postcards and an excellent place index to all the shops, museums, restaurants and galleries mentioned inside.

Designed by Node in Berlin, these lovely bag sized guides are beautifully laid out, featuring photographic showcases, in-depth features, postcards and an excellent place index to all the shops, museums, restaurants and galleries mentioned inside.

Lost In Tokyo