Travel to Tokyo

Where to eat, sleep, and play

Non-Fiction - Travel
419 Pages
Reviewed on 01/30/2024
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Author Biography

Suzanne was born in Perth Western Australia and as a young adult grew up in the small country town of Tom Price situated in the outback of Australia. Her current home is in Perth.

Suzanne has a Bachelor of Science Degree, and her hobbies include running, photography, and writing.

​She has published seven books including the award-winning YA survival series Seventeen set in the harsh Australian outback.

In 2022 Suzanne became the Producer, Behind the Scenes Photographer, and 2nd Cinematographer for the Western Australian feature film The Canary.

Suzanne is a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators, the Travel Writers Association, the Australian Society of Authors, the Australian Science Fiction Society, and the Northern Districts Photography Group.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Edith Wairimu for Readers' Favorite

Travel to Tokyo: Where to Eat, Sleep, and Play by Suzanne Lowe is a resourceful, must-read travel guide for anyone planning a trip to Japan. Travelers will find information on how to find Tokyo’s hidden gems and tips on how to make their trip hassle-free. An avid traveler from Perth, Western Australia, Lowe has traveled to Japan with her family. The guide includes tips about food options, various places travelers can stay during their trip, cost-cutting tips, and advice on traveling with children. It offers information on day trips or longer trips travelers can consider while staying in Japan. It also includes suggestions for themed cafes and top shopping places to visit. Among other tips, it includes common Japanese phrases and their meanings that travelers will find useful when communicating.

This is an accessible guide with clear, straightforward tips for making your trip to Tokyo enjoyable and successful. It includes information that will be useful to all types of travelers including those considering a short trip and those who wish to stay longer in Japan. Those traveling alone and travelers who are planning to travel with their children will also find it helpful. It includes valuable tips for reducing costs and suggests different places to stay, making it useful to travelers on a budget. I loved its extensive coverage and appreciated that most of the tips included are general and will be helpful when planning other trips. Travel to Tokyo by Suzanne Lowe is an approachable guide and a must-have resource for anyone traveling to Japan.