The Roads to Sata
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|Publisher||John Weatherhill Inc|
|First published 1985; republished September 1, 1990|
|Media type||Print Hardcover & Paperback|
|ISBN||978-0-670-80776-5 (1st Edition Hardcover)|
The Roads to Sata, written in 1985 by Alan Booth, tells the story of his journey in 1977, on foot, from Cape Soya in Hokkaidō, the northernmost point of Japan, to Sata, the southernmost point of Japan. Booth's journey lasted 128 days and covered 2,000 miles. The book was originally published by John Weatherhill Inc in 1985, but was republished by Kodansha Globe in 1997 in paperback.
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