THE TOKYO GUIDE – 4TH EDITION for 2020
PUBLISHED 1ST NOV 2019!
Want to enjoy Tokyo with your baby, with the least stress and the most fun?
Let me show you how!
ALL YOU NEED IS A PLAN
A clear, step-by-step plan for navigating Tokyo, and locating all the baby-friendly sightseeing spots, fashion shops, cafes, nursing rooms, and playgrounds.
A plan that will keep your baby happy, so you can enjoy this special time for YOU
My guides can help you make this happen!
The Full Package includes the Tokyo Guide ebook, Interactive Map, access to ALL my members-only posts, Bonus Kyoto Guide ebook, 10 Bonus Guides from my Tokyo Travel Formula course, and Lifetime Access to the Members Section.
Full Package includes:
- Lifetime membership
- Access to all members-only posts (including free downloads of all future updates)
- Interactive Map of all locations
- The Tokyo Guide Ebook – valued at 6,980 yen
- Bonus Kyoto Guide Ebook – valued at 4,980 yen
Tokyo Travel Formula course modules – 10 Bonus Guides – valued at 29,980yen:
- Asakusa Bonus Guide
- Hotel and Airbnb Guide
- Seasons and Climate Guide
- How to Dress Your Baby Guide
- Baby Food Guide
- Health and Beauty Guide
- Earthquake Preparedness Guide
- 10 Mistakes to Avoid (when traveling in Japan with a baby)
- 5 Train Station tutorials (how to navigate with a stroller)
- 10 Virtual Tours of Tokyo’s main sites (interactive visual guide how to enjoy with a baby)
You save over 29,980yen with these bonus guides!
About The Tokyo Guide Ebook:
The Tokyo Guide Ebook (colour PDF) highlights the Top 10 Baby-Friendly Locations in Tokyo:
- Tokyo Station
- Ginza / Yurakucho
- Tokyo Midtown
- Roppongi Hills
- Harajuku / Omotesando
About The Kyoto Guide Ebook:
The Kyoto Guide highlights the following 5 Top Baby-friendly Locations in Kyoto:
- Kyoto Station area (including temples on north and south side)
- Fushimi Inari shrine area
- Kiyomizu-dera area (including surrounding sightseeing areas)
- Gion area
- Kyoto Imperial Palace area (including Nijo Castle area)
What is covered in the Ebooks?
The Tokyo and Kyoto guide cover the following hot spots:
- Baby-friendly sightseeing
- Child-friendly cafes & restaurants
- Parks and playgrounds
- Nursing rooms
- Best shopping baby fashion, accessories, and souvenirs
As well as essential tips:
- Which train stations should I avoid with a stroller?
- What happens if my baby gets sick?
- Where can I find an English speaking paediatrician?
- Where can I buy diapers?
- Where can I buy baby food?
- Plus maps of all the locations, and essential baby terms translated into Japanese to make your time in Tokyo a whole lot easier.
PLUS NEW UPDATES to the members section!
- Nov 2019 – The Tokyo Guide 4th Edition published
- May 2019 – Tokyo and Kyoto online guides updated
- Jan 2019 – Kyoto Guide ebook launched
- Jan 2018 – 3rd Edition The Tokyo Guide released
- Oct 2017 – Virtual Tour Guides added
- Sep 2017 – Baby Food Guide added
- Health and Beauty Guide added
- Mistakes to Avoid guide added
- Aug 2017 – Child-Friendly Hotels
- Airbnb Guide added
- Feb 2017 – Lifetime Membership launched
- Oct 2016 – 2nd Edition launched
- Jan 2015 – 1st Edition launched
- Have you already read the details about the Tokyo Guide? See The Tokyo Guide details here!
- Do you want to take a peak inside the members section? See inside here!
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- “We had an awesome trip to Tokyo and your guide was invaluable for navigating the train stations with a stroller. We took lots of your suggestions for great restaurants and fun kid friendly places. Thank you!” – Christy Clark
- “Hi Kate! Just got back from Tokyo…and really your ebook was my savior!” – Radmilla
- “The eBook is really thorough, it boosts my confidence just by going through it! My husband, our 1 yo baby, and I will visit Tokyo early Sept.” – Jessy
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