Hiking in JapanBook - 2009
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Forget Japan's neon reputation. Away from the big cities, Japan is a hiker's wonderland and this guide has recommended routes for every ability level. See sunrise from atop Fuji-san or follow a fabled pilgrim trail - we'll show you the best way to do both the famed routes and the backroads.Expert authors with over 15 years' experience hiking in Japan Includes Japanese script to help you get around Comprehensive listings for sleeping and eating Detailed maps Health and safety
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