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Neon Lights in Tokyo is your guide to navigating the colossal world within a world that is Tokyo. Japan’s capital is big, bold, and often highly intimidating to the uninitiated. But this needn’t be the case.

Travel writer Ben Groundwater takes a deep-dive into the passions of a city and its 40 million residents, providing a window into Tokyo fashion, dining, drinking, design, history and more.

Neon Lights in Tokyo will not only introduce travellers to the heart of this densely packed and buzzing metropolis but also the village-like atmosphere of its smaller suburbs, helping you to find the best restaurants, the best bars, the best shops and the best attractions hidden within the urban jungle. This book is also a guiding hand through the intricacies of Tokyo culture and its residents’ obsessions, from craft beer to coffee, baseball to ramen noodles.

Tokyo might just be the world’s most exciting city, a pulsating megalopolis that offers something for literally every visitor, a boundless modern hub with a surprisingly traditional soul. With borders fully open to tourists again, it’s time to dive in.