'Japan From The Inside' is a window into a land of superlatives.
Experience the world's biggest city, its busiest train station, a nation's recovery from the first atomic bomb, or the planet's longest life expectancies in this country steeped in tradition yet eye-poppingly modern at the same time.
This book unmasks Tokyo, and visits many other of Japan's cities and regions - from the frozen North to the subtropical South. It delves into some of the customs, food and heritage of Japanese culture, and captures some of the 127 million people that call it their home.
Author Dominic Pates spent five years living and working in Japan, documenting it as he explored and travelled around the country. This book is the result.
Dominic Pates is a British-born writer, photographer and musician (amongst many other things). He spent five years living and working in Japan, documenting it as he explored and travelled around the country.