More than a coloring book, follow the map from the neon of Shinjuku to the bridges surrounding the Imperial Palace to the Tokyo Skytree, with many colorful stops in between, plus a few captivating day trips. The whimsical illustrations of this Japanese gem will delight the most adventurous artist.
Creative & educational, at home or on the go.
Explore the traditional shopping street of Yanaka Ginza, a Kendo Dojo for martial arts descending from samurai warriors or Senso-ji Temple, Tokyo's oldest temple dating back to the year 645. Walk the crowded streets of Shibuya, make your way to Harajuku to enjoy the many fashion trends; stroll along hundred of vermillion toriis at graceful Nezu Shrine, or shop the unusual vending machines in Akihabara. Take a day trip to see the Great Buddha of Kamakura or hike the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Mt. Fuji at sunrise.
If you get hungry as you explore Tokyo, be sure to sample ramen, the Japanese fast food. Tokyo has over 20,000 ramen shops. Ramen in Roppongi or Ginza – where will you eat?
The neon signs of Shinjuku’s many shops and restaurants beckon passersby to stop, taste and explore!
“My wife and I traveled to Tokyo, removed the map and location descriptions to get around the city and left the illustrations for our kids to color and follow along at home!”
The map, based on the JR Train lines, coupled with handy location descriptions simplify itinerary planning. Or follow along at home by matching the illustrations to the numbered locations on the map. Creative and educational!