Clueless in Tokyo is a 96-page picture book that introduces you to the fun and interesting things from Japan.
The pages are filled with watercolour drawings by Betty Reynolds, and the captions explain the purpose and tradition. You'll learn about the culture, customs, food and people in this guide. Some things are just weird, like the used schoolgirl panties vending machine. -_-
This is an informative but brief book. It would have been better if there's more writeup. But I guess the short snippets of descriptions do suffice in this case for a book that's meant to be just a simple guide.
Overall, it's a fun introduction to Japan.
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