Here’s another book I received from Tuttle Books!
And, as always, they have agreed to give (gave) one free copy to a random visitor to my blog!
The book I’m reviewing today is titled “Tokyo On Foot” by Florent Chavouet.
I will put the details of the free drawing for this book at the end of this post.
This is the first book by Mr. Chavouet in which he chronicled his adventures in Japan with his gorgeous hand-drawn pictures and in writing.
He has another book about his second trip to Japan titled “Manabeshima Island Japan“. (Click here to read my review that book, and enter the drawing for a chance to win a free copy!)
Mr. Chavouet is a French artist who stayed in Tokyo for six months while his girlfriend had an internship at a company here. During the days, while his girlfriend was at work, Mr. Chavouet bicycled around the city and stopped at random places that he found interesting to sit and carefully draw what he saw.
Everything in Japan was new to him, so it was fun for me to read the book and see the city I live through the eyes of a visitor!
This book can be enjoyed by anyone who is interested in Japan, especially Tokyo. As well as those who like quality drawings of people in their daily lives.
“Tokyo On Foot” can be purchased through Amazon here.
But, as I said above, Tuttle Books has agreed to give (given) one random visitor to my blog a free copy of this book.
***** Updated January 10th, 2016 *****
This special promo ended on 2016 January 10th. One random winner was selected and contacted directly by Tuttle Publishers (via email) with the details about the free book.
Thank you to all who entered, but only the winner was contacted.