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Have you ever thought of traveling to Japan? What about taking your family with you? Is it a family-friendly country? Are there places and foods that young people will enjoy? Suzanne Lowe’s Tokyo Travels: A Parent’s Guide for a Fun Family Holiday is a must-read if you plan a trip to Japan. She describes Japanese customs that are important to understand and accommodations that might not be suitable for a family. The author has traveled to Japan and shares her experiences so those traveling will know what to expect from the best places to eat, how to get around, and Japanese etiquettes, such as taking one’s shoes off before entering a shrine or residence.
Tokyo Travels is a must-read for those visiting Japan. Suzanne Lowe guides readers through the most possible scenarios and provides tips and suggestions on how to make the entire trip stress-free. From packing tips to character-themed cafes and the best shopping places and so much more, this book will inspire you to take your family to Japan and help you prepare for one of the most enjoyable family vacations ever. The book is logically laid out with useful tips. There are color photographs to help set the scene and lure you into the excitement a trip to Japan will provide for the entire family. So, start planning and packing, and tuck this book into the carry-on for further reading en route.