Unbeaten Tracks in Japan
An Account of Travels in the Interior Including Visits to the Aborigines of Yezo and the Shrine of N
The first recorded account of Japan by a Westerner, this 1878 book captures a lifestyle that has nearly vanished. The author traveled 1,400 miles by horse, ferry, foot, and jinrikisha.
Isabella Lucy Bird (1831–1904) was a pioneering woman adventurer who wrote many books about faraway places.
352 pages; ISBN 9780893469696
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Title: Unbeaten Tracks in Japan
Author: Isabella L. Bird
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