Every year, thousands of families visit or relocate to Japan. Fourteen years ago, Jeanne Huey and Diane Wiltshire made the crossing. Five children and six years later they wrote the first complete guide to entertaining and raising children in this fascinating but often baffling land. Now, eight years on they offer a fully updated version, with hundreds of new additions on:
o AMUSEMENTS festivals, theme parks, cultural centers, zoos, aquariums
o OUTINGS museums, beaches, parks, playgrounds, gardens
o TRAVEL TIPS moving, coping with jet lag, getting around town, day trips
o SHOPPING where to buy anything, from food to fashions to futons
o HEALTH CARE dentists and doctors, pregnancy and childbirth, medical emergencies
o EDUCATION daycare, international schools, the Japanese system, bilingualism
o ACTIVITIES talent agencies, sports, Japanese traditions, and extracurricular classes
? MAIL ORDER listings, catalogs, and the Internet…and much, much more
Compact yet bulging with priceless information and hundreds of tips, the new Japan for Kids is essential reading for families heading for or living in this part of the Far East. From planetariums to petting zoos, educational materials to interactive museums, this handy reference book remains indispensable-a guide that no parent can go without.
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