When I travel, I like to keep a little visual diary, in the same size as this pocket guide. They’re are quite personal and messy but filled with fun tips, experiences and drawings.

While in Japan, I was keeping a diary too and I decided to share my tips, because planning a trip to Japan can be overwhelming. It was my first visit, so we (my travel companion and I) chose to explore some more well-known locations. The main problem we ran into: there’s SO MUCH to do! Where to
start? What to do?
I’m absolutely not an expert on everything Japan by any stretch, and I’m not going to teach you something about the places we’ve visited. You’ll want to get a hold of a Lonely Planet for that. But I do want to share our experiences with you. Hopefully it’ll help you make some decisions on which places to visit, where to eat, how long to stay and what to say in Japanese in some specific situations.
Client: Personal project
Year: 2019
Language: English
Pages: 44
Size: A6 (pocket size!)
Printed on 120 grs matte paper, with a 250 grs Tintoretto Gesso cover
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