When Zenbu Tours founder and host Jane Lawson isn’t on tour in Japan or travelling for story research she’s in Australia presenting or writing about travel, culture, food and people. Where? In her books, on the radio, in the Sunday paper, Japanese festivals and events – and across several online platforms including this one….
Interviews with Jane Lawson
Tim Webster speaks to Jane Lawson author of Tokyo Style Guide which offers style-savvy travellers a unique insight into Tokyo’s culture and aesthetic, and suggests places to eat, sleep and shop.
Jane has a personal page on Facebook – an ‘Author’ page, a page for Zenbu Tours, a page for Zenbu Home and if you are interested in Japanese Food and travel generally – why not follow her Japan Food Culture and Travel Page on Facebook – you can add relevant information too – share your Japan travel stories, related businesses etc.
EATSPEAK is Jane’s original blog which she dips in and out of – it has a bunch of less recent Japanese material and some rather unpolished writing, non Japanese food/travel tidbits, some of her recipes, her occasional cooking classes or Book Publishing in a Nutshell workshops etc.
Yep, she obviously has too much time on her hands – check out all the glorious Japanese-ness of her Pinterest page if you are a pinner too!
Like everyone else she’s been coerced to throw herself at the mercy of the Linked-in Gods too! She’s here…
Did you know Jane and her husband Gerard also run ZENBU HOME – an online store where you can find beautiful Japanese items for self or home – mainly vintage (think handmade silk Kimono) , some new (artisan ceramics, incense, greeting cards, stationery), a few antique items (obi sashes, little dishes, sake cups etc) and some simply pre-loved but in great condition schtuff (could be anything really…).
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