Roads Kingdoms, a transport broadcasting site that depends Anthony Bourdain as an editor-at-large, has expelled a series of slick new transport guides. According to a website, a announcement partnered with OneNote, Microsoft’s note-taking app, and Sway, a edition platform, to emanate digital guides with information from the publication’s arriving book, Rice, Noodle, Fish: Deep Travels Through Japan’s Food Culture.
The book, created by RK editor Matt Goulding, has 7 chapters, “one for any of a best cities for eating in Japan.” The group behind Roads Kingdoms motionless to try to reinvent a transport beam as well. So they found a digital partner to assistance them put together a “comprehensive beam on how and where and when and because to eat during over 200 restaurants and bars” in a 7 cities — Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, Hiroshima, Kanazawa, Fukuoka, and Hokkaido — a book covers.
The digital guides — that are accessible on web browsers as good as on mobile inclination by OneNote — underline maps, reviews, mixed photos of any restaurant, hotel options, and information on prices. The guides also underline both a Japanese and English chronicle of a restaurants residence and picks from Bourdain on where to transport and eat. Plus, there are primers on Japanese practice to assistance users equivocate committing informative mistake pas.
Rice, Noodle, Fish — that facilities 195 tone photographs from Goulding’s 5,000 mile tour by a “noodle shops, tempura temples, and tea houses of Japan”— hits bookshelves today and a transport guides, that are free, can be found in full here.