Friday, March 2, 2012

Last Chance - Found Stash of the Original Hello Sandwich Tokyo Guide

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Hello Sandwiches!

MamaSando found a few hard copies of the original Hello Sandwich Tokyo Guide if you'd like to get your hands on a copy!

You can buy a hard copy here and MamaSando is going to post it to you! Nice isn't she!

The Original Hello Sandwich Tokyo Guide Hard Copy Zine reviews my favourite Tokyo suburbs including Shimokitazawa, Gakugeidaigaku, Harajuku, Shibuya, Koenji, Kichijoji, Jiyugaoka, Nakameguro, Aoyama and Daikanyama. I have also made a few notes about some other nice Tokyo suburbs off the beaten track like Minowa and Ekoda.

The guide also comes complete with links to Google Maps of each suburbs so you can load them onto your iphone to make it just that little bit easier to get around in Tokyo!

When you place your order please leave me the best postal address for you and I will post you your special copy of the Hello Sandwich Tokyo Guide! Each Hello Sandwich Tokyo Guide Zine comes complete with Japanese mt tape hand binding detail.

Details:
40 pages Hard Copy Zine
Compact A5 format perfect for any Tokyo hand / man bag!

Note: Please note this is the Original Hello Sandwich Tokyo Guide. There are 3 shops in this guide which have sadly closed down and one shop which has moved. When you place your order I will let you know the details of these shops so you don't end up standing in front of a closed shop door.

Note: Please note this is the Original Hello Sandwich Tokyo Guide. There are three shops in this guide which have sadly closed down and one shop which has moved. When you place your order I will let you know the details of these shops so you don't end up standing in front of a closed shop door.

UPDATE - sorry these 20 extra zines are all sold out now. However the PDF version is still available. If you send $10 AUD via paypal to hellosandwichblog (at) gmail (dot com) and let me know it's for the Tokyo Guide PDF I'll happily email you the PDF!

xxx

13 comments:

  1. Hooray!
    Will you ever have the gift wrapping guide in hard copy back in stock? I want one!

    x

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  2. Hello Tess, Thanks for your interest. Unfortunately not :( I'm making some craft books now though and they will be out later in the year! xoxo

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  3. going to buy one right now!

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  4. i just ordered one right now!!! :) so excited!

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  5. Hello! If I buy one, where will it be sent from? I'm leaving for Japan on March 16 and hope it will arrive to Sydney before then? D O M O A R I G A T O : )

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  6. I took my copy to Tokyo in December, so useful! Thank you! :)

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  7. Hwaaaa! i'm in indonesia. still asia, but japan is far away ;(

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  8. Hey Ebony! I really really love your blog, and it's the first time I comment. Last year I started to take japanese classes every saturday, I liked it more than anything in this world, and certainly I learnt all the hiragana and katakana, but my teacher demotivated me ):

    He said to the class that we won't be able to certificate immediately like in any other language, that it will take us like 4 or 5 years to really really learn japanese and get decent scores in certification. And if it wasn't enough, he said that japanese people always will treat us like "gaijin".

    What do you think? is it everything true? could you give me an advice? I really want to visit Japan and maybe study there a master degree or something.

    Many thanks and hope you answer!

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  9. me too.. Japan is far away! even we are still in Asia region :D

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  10. Awww I was also late :( When do you think the next batch of hard cover copies will come in?

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