Thursday, January 31, 2013

Hello Sandwich Tokyo Guide

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Hello Sandwiches!

I am very happy to announce the launch of my new  Hello Sandwich Tokyo Guide! Thank you to everyone who has emailed me about the release date for being so patient.

The Hello Sandwich Tokyo Guide reviews my favourite Tokyo suburbs including Shimokitazawa, Harajuku, Shibuya, Kichijoji, Nakameguro, Daikanyama, Shinjuku and some cool up and coming suburbs. My previous Tokyo Guide was a review of the places I loved to visit whilst holidaying in Tokyo however this new guide is a peek into all of the amazing places I've discovered since moving to Tokyo in 2010.

The Hello Sandwich Tokyo Guide is a guide for people who like travelling like a local and visiting hidden places off the beaten track. There are tips on where to rent a bike, the best bike path, the best coffee, the best craft shops, the coolest shops, the cheapest drinks, the most delicious pizza, the best izakaya, the cutest cafes, the best rooftop bar, the coolest hotels (and the cheap and cheerful hotels), the loveliest parks and even details for a girl who rides a courier bike to a local park to sell her hand-baked goods... It's a list of all of the places I frequent, making it a local insiders guide to Tokyo. Also included in the Hello Sandwich Tokyo Guide are language essentials and travel tips. It's the bloggers guide to Tokyo and if you'd like to visit the places seen on Hello Sandwich, then this guide is the zine for you.

The Hello Sandwich Tokyo Guide lists over 100 fun places to visit! The content of this zine is almost completely different to my previous Tokyo Guide with almost double the amount of listings, so, if you've already travelled to Tokyo on my previous guide, then you might fancy this updated guide, too!

To make life easier the Hello Sandwich Tokyo Guide comes complete with maps and links to the Google maps to make it just that little bit easier to get around. Load them onto your iphone or ipad and getting around Tokyo will be a breeze!


Details:
60 pages hard copy zine
Printed in Japan
Uncoated paper stock
A5 size
Saddle stitch bound
$25 AUD
Posted internationally with love from Tokyo


Important Delivery note:

The zines are currently being printed and will be posted to you with love from Tokyo in March 2013.
The printing run is limited so please be quick to get your copy as all of the previous Hello Sandwich zines and books have sold out.


Get your copy from the Hello Sandwich Shop here.


Enjoy your trip to Tokyo!

Love Love
Hello Sandwich
xoxo

(Thank you all for your comments below - it's hard copy only xoxo)
If you are a brick and mortar store looking to stock this zine please email me for details: hellosandwichblog (at) gmail (dot) com


 

29 comments:

  1. That's great, thank you so much ! I've been waiting for it. Can't wait to use it for my next trip in Tokyo :)

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  2. Hi there! Thanks for all your hard work! Btw, will there be a PDF version of the guide?

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  3. Do you have any plans to sell digital copies of this? It looks great!

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  4. OMG! Just what I needed. Thanks <3

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  5. Oh, me tooooo :) just ordered one and looking forward to our next trip to Tokyo in October this year! Yeah!
    Greeting from Switzerland
    Brigitte Forster

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  6. Love that it's physical and not pdf or online. Ordering one now :-) x

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  7. I don't think I can even go to tokyo soon, and yet I want one. I love everything about the description; it's so warm and feels like you know me.

    d a n i e l l e | daniellewu.com

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  8. congratulations! sounds super cool! ^__^

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  9. I love your site always so cute. My sister is a major crafter and would love this stuff. I am so going to write about your site on my blog.
    http://noorhanafi.blogspot.com/
    first post!

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  10. Whoo hoo I just bought my copy I can't wait to read through it, thanks Ebony!!

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  11. Wow, amazing! I just discovered your site today and I absolutely enjoy it. Congratulations on this! xx

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  12. Woo! Congrats! This is probably magical. When someday I go to Tokyo, I will get this book FOR SURE.

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  13. oh congratulations on the guide Ebony! I know it is alot of work! - And now I want to go back so so so so badly! I loved visiting Tokyo and you

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  14. I just ordered a copy and am so excited to get it! I am going to Tokyo in mid-May so this should arrive right on time. :)

    Oh also, I was wondering if Hello Sandwich will have a booth at Design Festa?

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  15. I used your previous version on my Japan trip in October last year and it was already very nice! I can image this one is even better! Job well done!

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  16. Dear Sandwich,
    I live in Shimokitazawa and I would like to buy your hello sandwich book.
    Where Can I buy? Pls advise.

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  17. I would like to get the book. I live in Shimokita. Where can i buy this?

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  18. I've got mine, and am leaning heavily on it as I plan our September trip. Thanks so much! Bookings made, accommodation organised - here we come!

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  19. Hi!! Is this still available? How do I order this?

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  20. Hello - Do you have any of your gorgeous books still in stock? We are coming to Tokyo in January 2014 and would love to use your guide (I saw you in Mollie Makes and thought this would be fabulous).
    thanks - e

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  21. Ahhh..I am off to Tokyo on Saturday and realise that I must of lost my copy at Melbourne airport the other week. Boo hoo. Any chance of getting a copy in Tokyo? Thanks

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  22. How can I purchase it cos is sold out?

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  23. Do you think you will be printing or doing an online version?!

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  24. I would love love love to get my hands on a copy of your guide before I visit Tokyo in August. Does anyone in Australia stock it by any chance?

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  25. Will you be printing more of these? I need to own it before I go to Japan next year!

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