If you happen to be a fan of Japanese cuisine, there is a new travel guide that focuses on visiting places in Japan where food rules.
The book is “Rice, Noodle, Fish: Deep Travels Through Japan’s Food Culture,” by Anthony Bourdain. It is published by HarperCollins.
Here's what the Associated Press says about it (in Tulsa World):
Two words that encapsulate Anthony Bourdain’s approach to travel and appreciation of other cultures. Want a better understanding of the people and places you visit? Find something to shove in your mouth; it will be time better spent than studying traditional guidebooks. For the host of CNN’s “Parts Unknown,” it’s more than a philosophy. It’s a career. And to help you approach the world from a similar perspective, Bourdain is throwing out the book on guidebooks, rethinking that trusty traveler’s crutch from a gastronomic angle to help you... just eat.After getting the book, all you have to do is go to Japan and dig in!
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