Ever dreamt of visiting Japan?
Concerned that you don't speak the language?
One of the major considerations with travelling in Japan
is the inscrutable Japanese language.
A seemingly incomprehensible,
often kaleidoscopic, barrage of cryptic symbols awaits the foreign
traveller who doesn’t speak or read the language.
I've been exploring Japan since 2000 - and I still can't speak the language. (Shameful, I know.)
From the northern wilderness of Hokkaido, via seldom seen islands like Sado and Shodoshima, down to the subtropical paradise of Okinawa, I've travelled in the major cities and well off the beaten path.
And I've picked up plenty of tips along the way.
If I can do it, so can YOU!
I've distilled 18 years of my experience into this ebook for you.
This practical Guide and Workbook covers all the essential basics you need to ensure your first (or next) trip to Japan is as Amazing as you deserve it to be.
This 56-page ebook contains:
5 Self-paced, pre-trip planning Exercises
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I'm looking forward to helping you travel in Japan without speaking Japanese.
The Real Japan
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“I'm very picky, but this is REALLY good! Perfect for anyone who wants to travel to Japan."
- Saki, @SakiJapaneseGal, Periscope
"There is some really, really, really great stuff in here. Definitely worth getting."
- Craig Hoffman, author Grey, Grizzled & Gaijin
"For anyone thinking of travelling to Japan but worried about the language, this is an invaluable resource!"
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Hello, I’m Rob Dyer. I write, publish and travel.
I lead an ever-growing community where I inspire and help folks all over the world explore Japan off-the-beaten track.
I've been having adventures in Japan, off the tourist routes, for almost twenty years, and yet I still feel like I have only seen the tip of the iceberg of this amazing country.
I have a Japanese wife and an adorable, if slightly mad cat, named Salvador.
I started TheRealJapan.com to share my passion for travelling in Japan. To offer inspiration and resources to anyone who wants to discover Japan beyond the clichés. The Real Japan.