TRAVELLING WITH PETS

Japan is tolerant of pets, especially dogs, though their living conditions and general treatment can differ markedly from other countries – don’t be surprised to see a proud owner pushing their much-loved mutt around in a pram, wearing a bow in its fur. If you want to bring your own extended family member to Japan, there are several hoops to jump through. Contacting your outbound airline will glean such information, including quarantine procedure and travelling conditions. Once in Japan, it is generally not possible to bring pets onto public transportation, except small pets that can fit in a box lighter than ten kilograms. There are plenty of pet hotels for visitors to leave their pet if necessary, and even some hotels that allow guests to stay with their furry friend.

JAPAN - 100 HIDDEN TOWNS

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Japan – 100 Hidden Towns is a travel guidebook to Japan off-the-beaten-track – the lesser known towns, where quiet, bucolic ways of life, and proudly maintained local history and traditions can be found. 100 towns, selected from all of the country’s 47 prefectures, are reviewed with a focus on nature, culture, food, access, and key dates – each illustrated with colourful photographs. Information on each of Japan’s eight regions and their major tourist attractions, general advice for travellers, and listings of useful phrases are also provided, helping visitors to maximise the enjoyment of their travels. Over 400 pages of colour photographs and useful information.

PUBLISHER : NELLIE’S ENGLISH BOOKS 
ISBN : 9784905527497