Japan has an image of being inaccessible to those with disabilities. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Japan is, in fact, very accessible for those with disabilities. With this book, Accessible Japan takes a look at:
- Things to know before you go like wheelchair sizes, guide dogs, the JR pass, disability IDs
- Information on how to get around on Tokyo’s trains, subways, buses and more
- Tips on shops, restaurants, and accessible toilets
- Detailed accessibility reviews for many of Tokyo’s best tourist attractions
- A guide to essential Japanese phrases for travelers with disabilities
About the author:
Josh Grisdale has quadriplegic cerebral palsy and uses an electric wheelchair. This didn’t stop him from following his dream of living in Japan. He moved to Tokyo in 2007 and has become a Japanese citizen. He wants the world to know how accessible Japan is and encourage people with disabilities and mobility issues to visit his new home.