Daigo-ji Temple, Kasuga Taisha Shrine, Kyoto WH, Nara WH — August 11, 2014 at 12:52 PM

“Japan’s World Heritage Sites” by John Dougill.

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Japan's “World Heritage Sites" by John Dougill

Japan’s “World Heritage Sites” by John Dougill! If you would like to buy this book from Amazon, click the image!

“Japan’s World Heritage Sites” by John Dougill:

A few days ago, I received my very own copy of “Japan’s World Heritage Sites” by John Dougill, a British citizen living in Kyoto for a good many years. John has written many books about Japanese tradition, culture and religion, and this one is my favourite. This book covers all World Heritage sites of Japan and is in an atlas format, abundant with many eye catching photographs. Johns journey starts in Hokkaido and he travels slowly all the way south, his last destination the Ogasawara Islands. Each site covered has and extensive explanation about its history, how to get there and many beautiful pictures.

A Virtual Tour in the “Land of the Rising Sun”

A virtual tour in the “Land of the Rising Sun,” discover ancient temples shrines and castles. Learn about the its history and culture in a fun way. John shares his first hand experience in a captivating and entertaining way. It’s a nice reference book where you can look back and reminiscence where you have been and dream where you want to go next. I can heartily recommend this extensive work for the first time visitor to Japan and even the more seasoned traveller will find many interesting sites to discover. Happy reading!“Japan’s World Heritage Sites” by John Dougill! Visit John Dougill’s “Green Shinto” site!

A peek inside the John Dougill's book "“Japan's World Heritage Sites”, featuring Daigo-ji Temple in Kyoto.

A peek inside the John Dougill’s book ““Japan’s World Heritage Sites”, featuring Daigo-ji Temple in Kyoto.

A peek inside the John Dougill's book "“Japan's World Heritage Sites”, featuring Kasuga-Taisha in Nara.

A peek inside the John Dougill’s book ““Japan’s World Heritage Sites”, featuring Kasuga-Taisha in Nara.

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