How to navigate Japan’s massive and confusing road network in the best of ways, according to this guidebook.
The guidebook, titled How to Ride in Japan or at Least Learn How to Do It in the United States, is based on a four-part video series that was posted to YouTube in late February by an aspiring motorcyclist named James Lee.
The video shows Lee riding in the city of Nagoya, Japan’s largest city, in his BMW and a motorcycle helmet on the side of the road.
It also shows him riding on the streets of Osaka, which is the city’s second-largest city, and in the countryside of Kyoto, which lies between the two cities.
Lee also rides in Tokyo, which has the third-largest population of Japanese citizens.
Lee, who lives in San Diego, California, but is currently based in Japan and has been traveling the country since 2012, said he wanted to share his journey so people could learn from his experience.
Lee told the San Diego Union-Tribune he wanted the guidebook to give his fellow travelers a chance to experience what Japan is like and share their experiences with others.
The book has a full-color cover and an illustrated back cover.
It is a collection of tips and tricks for the best way to travel between cities in Japan.
The video features Lee explaining how to navigate roads, which are divided into six major cities, each with its own rules and traffic lights.
The videos are part of a series called “Riding Japan: The Best Way to Ride,” and it features a slew of riders and guides that cover a wide range of topics, from the most popular places to the most obscure, from basic skills to advanced techniques.
In addition to covering the roads in Japan’s four largest cities, the book also details how to ride safely on the country’s roads.
For example, the videos show how to drive on the roads of Osaka without a license and how to avoid passing other vehicles in Tokyo’s congested streets.
Lee said he also wanted to document how Japanese drivers handle traffic and pedestrians.
He says he has a “very good sense of how to react” to pedestrians in the video.
For now, Lee is focusing on learning how to use the car, rather than on riding on Japanese roads.
He said he plans to continue to travel and learn as much as he can, but said he doesn’t plan to get a license.
“I’ve been driving for the last 20 years, and I’m going to stop for a while,” Lee told the Union-Telegram.
“I’m going back to school for a degree in human-centered engineering.
I don’t have a license, so I can’t do anything like that.”