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Présentation de l'éditeur

Improved neighbourhood structure makes it easier to get around the city and Kyoto's UNESCO World Heritage-listed temples and historic monuments are the icing on the cake. The 5th edition of the Kyoto travel guidebook comes with a pull out map of the city and enhanced day-trip ideas like the buzzing city of Osaka 66 temples and shrines, 157 restaurants, 14 parks and gardens, 52 shops and a 19-page full-colour map section Special feature on Kyoto's temples and shrines Comprehensive listings Top sights in full detail Coverage includes: Planning chapters, Kyoto Station, Downtown Kyoto, Central Kyoto, Southern Higashiyama, Northern Higashiyama, Northern Kyoto, Arashiyama & Sagano, Kitayama Area & Greater Kyoto & Greater Kyoto, Understand & Survival chapters

Biographie de l'auteur

Chris nació en el Reino Unido y creció en EE UU pero vive en Kioto desde 1992. Al poco de llegar a Kioto, empezó a estudiar japonés y la cultura nipona. En 1995 se convirtió en corresponsal regional del Japan Times. Se unió a Lonely Planet en 1996 y ha trabajado en varias guías, entre ellas Kyoto, Tokio, Japón y Hikking in Japan. Cuando no viaja, invierte su tiempo en buscar los mejores restaurantes, templos, senderos y jardines de Kioto. Chris escribió un libro en japonés al alimón con la guía profesional Koko Ijuin, llamado Pro ga Oshieru: Genba no Eigo Tsuyaku Gaido Skiru (Habilidades para ser guía profesional en inglés), para guías japoneses que quieran explicar el país a turistas occidentales. Organiza circuitos a pie por Kioto, Nara y Tokio. 

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  • Broché: 232 pages
  • Editeur : Lonely Planet Publications; Édition : 5th Revised edition (29 mars 2012)
  • Collection : City Guide
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1741794013
  • ISBN-13: 978-1741794014
  • Dimensions du produit: 12,8 x 1,3 x 19,7 cm
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Franck le 6 mai 2013
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Ces guides sont toujours bien faits, pratiques et bien renseignés. A quand des éditions françaises?... du moins régulières. Mieux que les Petit Futé ou autres Routard.
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33 internautes sur 33 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
a different kind of guide book 21 avril 2012
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This was my third trip to Kyoto and I brought three guide books. This is the one I used the most.
Many travel guidebooks are based on the most famous attractions and tell you how to get there.
This one is focused on local neighborhoods and lists the nearest, most interesting sites.

Since I already knew the type of sights I was interested in, I started with those nearest my hotel and worked outward from there.
It was a little confusing to use at first as the smaller maps are referred to larger maps in the back, but the more I used it, the more I liked it.

Information on the transportation systems was also helpful. As I got reacquainted with how to use the trains, subways and bus systems, I was able to get more adventurous and go further and further off the beaten path.
Overall, a great guide. Very readable - highly recommended.
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A good guide, but with one serious flaw 6 août 2013
Par The Impartial Review - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Of several guidebooks that I took on a recent trip to Kyoto, this is the one that I used the most. It is quite helpful. The detachable map could be more detailed but did allow me to navigate the city successfully - we rented bikes for eight days and during that time didn't take a single bus, subway, or taxi ride. Using this map, we were able to bike everywhere from Arashiyama to Fushimi Inari Taisha.

However, it was extremely difficult to find some of the restaurants because they had no English sign, I don't read or speak Japanese, hardly anyone around spoke English, and the address system in Japan is difficult to navigate (the street numbering system is not like ours). This was frustrating when the restaurant was highly recommended and we had carefully selected it and navigated to its approximate location. In this case, a guidebook should include the name of the restaurant in Japanese characters so that one can find it (a picture of the sign would be even better, but the characters would have been enough). What good is knowing that you want to find "Tosuiro" when looking down an alley with a dozen signs in Japanese? We eventually got there, after asking four people, but it was not easy.
7 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Fantastic Book! 1 avril 2013
Par A. Bridge - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I just returned from Kyoto and I have NEVER put feedback on Amazon, but wanted to because this book helped me so much I want others to benefit. I used the suggested walks and even the suggested restaurants in the book and each was fantastic. If you want the perfect guide to Kyoto this is it! I have never used a Lonely Planet Guide before, but if I am ever in a foreign country with no ideas where to go I will get one! Be sure to use the walk guide etc. I think the book would benefit from a Rail and Subway map that is big and how to work out the Japanese Train system and even how to buy tickets at the machines, but apart from that, a great book!
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Overall very good guidebook - 2 flaws 8 octobre 2013
Par Julia - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
Overall this was an excellent guidebook for Kyoto. Very useful, good balance between detail and keeping the size compact, and a nice variety of sites, restaurants, etc. Some prices and opening hours were quite off, but that's nearly always the case with a print book published over a year ago.

Two flaws:
1. it's really essential for any guidebook to show the Japanese characters next to every site, restaurant, hotel, shop or subway station listed. Many places have Japanese-only signs, and not many people speak English. The LP frustratingly shows Japanese characters for some things, but not others.
2. The maps are terrible! Get a free map at the local tourist office as soon as you get there.

Nonetheless it got us easily through 5 days in Kyoto (2 more than we planned-- loved it so much we hated to leave!). i highly recommend adding a map from the tourist office & also Japan By Rail if you plan to use the trains at all.
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Overall, great! Short stay itineraries were spot-on. 21 octobre 2014
Par Michelle Dolin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Overall, this book was a great companion on my recent four day stay in Kyoto. It was my first time in Japan and I was looking for an all inclusive guide that was separated by neighborhood and listed the top sites with a brief description of each so I could put together my own self guided tour. I found the "Top Itineraries" page to be extremely helpful. I booked my trip rather last minute and was able to pick up and quickly create a great itinerary that hit everywhere I wanted to see with few adjustments.

As some other reviewers mentioned, the neighborhood maps in the back were tricky to get a hang of but the more I used them, the easier it became. While major sites were well labeled in both English and Japanese every 100 meters, restaurants and shops were hard to find as most side streets were not labeled nor did they have English lettering on the outside sign. With a little guidance from locals and a bit of guessing, we were able to manage.

I think future editions of this text would benefit from a detailed bus/subway map and a better description of how to "hail a taxi." It sounds silly in retrospect but taxi stands were rare outside of major tourist sites and Kyoto Station. I waited in a rain storm for about 45 minutes waving down taxis with red/blue/green signs on the outside hoping one would stop. I didn't mind too much as I had a good laugh about it but it would be helpful to understand their "not available/available" system a bit better.
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