By Rob Goss
**Winner of the 2015 North American commute reporters organization Silver Medal Prize**
Take a photograph travel of Japan's capital of cool with this replacement Tokyo guidebook!
From the stylish streets of Omotesando to the Tosho-gu shrine complicated in Nikko, equipped to consecrate the Edo-era shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu, award-winning writer Rob Goss takes readers in the course of the patchwork of assorted districts and attractions that make up Tokyo and its neighboring towns.Tokyo: Capital of Cool delves into Tokyo's defining features together with the city's Edo-era roots; its thirst to either modernize and but continue its traditions; its culinary history; and the effect of its shiny youth.
You'll be surprised on the bright pictures and the in-depth language that is going some distance past the limits of a standard guidebook in providing insights into one of many world's maximum towns. In Tokyo: Capital of Cool, you will discover principles and thought for areas to go to, a window onto this specific situation, and a deeper realizing of its humans and jap tradition.