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Tokyo City Atlas: A Bilingual Guide (3rd Ed.)

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This is the updated third edition of an atlas first published in 1998. During the past six years, the transportation network of the metropolitan area of Tokyo has changed a good deal. In the case of the subway system, lines have been extended, and some rapid-transit lines have been added, so code numbers for each station are given in our atlas for foreign travelers to iden ...more
Paperback, 124 pages
Published December 10th 2004 by Kodansha USA
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Tokyo is the most amazing city that I have ever been to. For one thing most of the streets don't have names. The one's who do, it is usually located on the telephone pole. It took me 15 years to find such a sign.

Without fail I purchase the latest edition of this map book, due to the fact that Tokyo keeps getting larger and changing. It is not really a city or metropolis, it's more like living nerve ends.

Probably one of the most treasured items I have are my map books to Tokyo. For those who are
May 16, 2007 Melissa rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: anyone going to tokyo
ok you can't really read an atlas--i just wanted to brag (again) about how i went to tokyo. but if you plan on aimlessly wandering around the city and would ever like to see your hotel again, i would bring this book.
[2008.11] We used it all the time during our one week in Tokyo in Fall 2008. Bilingual + specific to Japanese addresses (i.e. block numbers, etc.) = perfect!
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