A SPORTS TRAVELLER'S GUIDE TO JAPAN
The Essential Guide for Enjoying International Sporting Events
|Format||Paperback / softback|
|Book Size||190 x 95 x 12 mm (H x W x D)|
|Imprint||New Holland Publishers|
|Release Date||15 Apr 2019|
|Subject Classification||Travel & holiday / Travel & holiday guides|
Japan will be the focus of sports fans over the next few years as it is hosting the Rugby World Cup in 2019, the Olympics in 2020, and the World Masters in 2021. This guide is a must-have for all fans attending sporting fixtures and aims to help you get by no matter how much or little Japanese you speak and successfully navigate language, cultural and sporting situations you will encounter as you travel round the country and attend sports events.
With tips on everything from purchasing rail passes and sorting mobile coverage, to eating etiquette, how to support your team without offending anyone and what to wear on your feet when you go to the toilet, this guide demystifies cultural practices and offers lots of sensible practical advice that will cut stress levels so a fan’s stay in Japan is enjoyable.It includes:
- Top 2 things to do before you leave
- Top 2 things to do when you arrive
- Top 10 things not to do while there
- Top 10 Japanese modern sporting heroes
- 5 most unusual foods How to be a sports fan in Japan.
Megan Andrew has been learning and teaching Japanese for the best part of 30 years. Her first trip to Japan at the age of 11 ignited a curiosity for languages and communication which lead her to study Japanese at university and then into teaching. Megan is a New Zealand trained teacher of Japanese and has taught in New Zealand and Australia. She has experienced travel and international relocation as a student, teacher, mother and “trailing spouse”. Megan is currently running Gear Up to Thrive, providing language and cultural courses for travellers to Japan, whether on short trips or for mid- and long-term relocation.