Japan Air Lines Business Man's Guide to Japan, 1964
They don't make them like they used to. A beautiful example of how airlines used to fly. This is a 56-page booklet printed in Japan in 1964, likely as a in-seat guide for their business class travelers. It may seem useless to a smartphone-enabled traveler today, but back then, the information was invaluable. A piece of vintage airline history, the guide includes local customs, where to enjoy and night out, and importantly, the location of the American Embassy in Tokyo.