If you’re planning a Southeast Asia cruise that calls in Japan, the Japanese for Travelers Phrasebook & Dictionary will be perfect for your voyage – and Cruise International has just one copy to give away to one lucky winner.
This travel–sized 4 x 7 inch book is a combination Japanese phrasebook, Japanese travel guide and Japanese etiquette guide.
Packed with expressions and information for every travel situation, it will help you to get around and communicate more effectively during your time in Japan.
It includes hundreds of tips and phrases for situations such as meeting new people, asking for directions, shopping and asking about prices and ordering food and drinks.
If you like to keep in touch with friends and family back home while you cruise, the book will help you to communicate how you can get connected to the Internet or even for travelling around by subway, bus or taxi if you get free tine to explore on shore.
Helpful illustrations demystify Japan’s complicated rail system and provide handy information on ferry travel as well. The text offers tips on essential things to purchase for your Japan trip before you leave your home country and how to say you do not eat fugu (poisonous pufferfish!).
The competition closes at 11.59 on Wednesday 18 October 2017. Full T&Cs can be found here. Japanese for Travelers Phrasebook & Dictionary by Scott Rutherford, revised by William Matsuzaki. RRP £7.99. For more information, visit tuttlepublishing.com.
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