Thank you so much for your amazing response and interest in the Tokyo Eats Guide Book and a special thanks to those of you who have already purchased a copy!! I have gotten emails & comments from readers and friends from all over the world and couldn’t be happier or more thankful for your love and support :)
I also wanted to take this opportunity to answer two questions I’ve received from several readers:
1) Is the guide book sold in local book stores in Japan?
The Tokyo Eats Guide Book is only available for online orders at the moment as I am self-publishing the book. I chose this company (which is owned by Amazon) so that it would be easier for English-language speakers to purchase. However, it seems like shipping to Japan doesn’t take too long since I’ve received some emails from readers and friends who received their copies relatively quickly. I will definitely keep you updated in the future should the book become available directly in Japan.
2) Is a PDF version of the Tokyo Eats Guide Book available?
Unfortunately there is no PDF or eBook version at this time. Sorry for the inconvenience.
3) How long does shipping take?
The book will be shipped from the United States. Please check HERE for the estimated delivery time to your country.
For more information on the Tokyo Eats Guide Book, check out this post.
The Tokyo Eats Guide is the Ultimate Guide for Foodies. It is filled with only my favorite places and eats in Tokyo and will save you countless hours you would typically spend researching and organizing your visit. I’ve done the hard work for you and provided recommendations on what to do and most importantly, in this city filled with thousands of restaurants, where to eat! Whether this is your first time traveling to Tokyo or your fifth time, this book has something for everyone.
Designed, photographed and written by me, this 60-page book covers some of the most popular neighborhoods like Ginza, Shibuya, Harajuku, Omotesando, Meijijingumae, Daikanyama, Ebisu, Roppongi, Nakameguro, Gakugeidaigaku, Jiyugaoka, Kichijoji, Tokyo Station, Marunouchi and more. It contains my personal recommendations for each neighborhood such as what to do, where to go, where to shop and where to eat. I’ve included general dining tips as well as a section of exclusive content called “My Secret Spots” which I’ve never shared on my blog. Places I like so much I’ve purposely kept them secret – until now! It’s the ultimate Tokyo Eats insider guide to Tokyo with an emphasis on food… So if you’re a fan of my blog, this guide is for you!
60 pages with a soft glossy cover
8.5 inches x 5.5 inches in size
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I put a lot of love and happiness into this book, so I hope it helps you enjoy your adventures in Tokyo!
Another year is coming to an end and I wanted to take a moment to thank you all for coming to tokyoeats.jp and encouraging me to keep up with my yummy discoveries. I will be heading to Brazil for the first time this New Years and will be on vacation for about 2 weeks! If you have any suggestions on where to eat in Rio, please let me know!
Tokyo is festive with holiday spirit everywhere. Just wanted to wish you all a wonderful holiday season with your friends and family :)
Above photos are from: Omotesando Hills, Ebisu Westin Hotel, Roppongi Midtown, and Jiyugaoka.
Autumn in Tokyo is slowly turning into winter.
The leaves along Gaienmae Ichonamiki were beautiful this week. Hope you got to see these golden trees throughout Tokyo.
Stay warm :)
Trick or Treat!
Look at these festive Halloween donuts by Krispy Kreme Doughnuts. They are currently having a limited edition Halloween Special until 10/31. Our friends kindly brought these over the other day, it was such an awesome treat!
Included in this Halloween box set are:
- Original Glazed
- Orange Chocolate Spider
- Caramel Halloween Jack
- Purple Potato Mont Blanc
- Chocolate Iced Custard Filled
In case you didn’t know, Krispy Kreme taste the best after microwaving them for 7~8 seconds just before you eat them. It really makes a difference ;)
Website // http://krispykreme.jp/index.html