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Oops! Extra copy of Kyoto Guidebook

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I recently purchased some books for our upcoming Japan trip. When the highly recommended "Seven Paths to the Heart of Kyoto" arrived, i thought "Hmmm... that looks familiar." Indeed, when I checked I have a brand-new copy in my bookcase along with the other books for the trip to Kyoto planned but not taken.

It is out of print but available on Amazon. Prices range from $23.95 (used - acceptable) to $79.03 for "used like new." I paid a total of $28.83 for the recent copy I received, "used" but in very good condition. I'm willing to sell it to any of my fellow travelers for what I paid for it. Any of you need a copy?

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