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Secret Tokyo

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Un guide pour visiter la ville autrement, en découvrant des personnalités et des lieux insolites : un parc surélevé, un canyon en pleine ville, un arbre extraordinaire qui permet d'arrêter de fumer, un tournesol électronique, un immeuble géant en forme de bateau de guerre, des rivières cachées, un bâtiment en forme de robot ou encore des stèles réservées aux personnes disséquées pour la science.

About the author

Pierre Mustière was born in France in 1976, but has lived in Tokyo since 1998. He has a keen interest in the city¿s history and is always curious to learn more about it. At weekends he often wanders around little-known corners of the Japanese capital in search of a forgotten bridge, an obscure alley, or a hidden shrine or garden, to discover (or rediscover) parts of this metropolis that he thought he knew. Although working in a completely different field in his day job, for his own pleasure he has qualified as a National Guide-Interpreter (¿¿¿¿¿) and is also licensed as a Tokyo City Guide (¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿).

Pierre and Yoko are married and have one daughter.


Let Secret Tokyo guide you around the unusual and unfamiliar.

A building that acts as a giant firewall,a secret city centre canyon,a statue that cures warts, ultra-modern designer toilets, an extraordinary tree that helps you quit smoking, an electronic sunflower, a spectacular modern temple hidden in the heart of Shinjuku, a street that gives Tokyo taxi drivers

nightmares, a massive building that looks like a warship, forgotten rivers …

Far from the crowds and the usual clichés, Tokyo swings between modernity and tradition, preservation of its heritage, sophisticated aestheticism and eccentricity, offering countless off beat experiences. The Japanese capital is home to any number of well-hidden treasures that are revealed only to

residents and travellers who find their way off the beaten track.

An indispensable guide for those who thought they knew Tokyo well or would like to discover the other face of the city.

The definitive insider’s guide to Tokyo.

Product details

Authors Yoko Kera, Pierre Mustiere, Pierre Mustière, Mustiere Pierre, Mustière Pierre, Kera Yoko
Publisher Jonglez
Languages English
Product format Paperback / Softback
Released 30.04.2020
EAN 9782361954185
ISBN 978-2-36195-418-5
No. of pages 333
Dimensions 110 mm x 200 mm x 20 mm
Weight 398 g
Series Secret
Local guides by local people
Subjects Travel > Travel guides > Asia

Tokio : Reiseführer, Asien, Reisen, Geografie, Reisen, entdecken, reisenführer, city guides

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