As New Yorkers, it’s against our nature to look at a subway map.
Even if we’re lost in Brooklyn at 3 in the morning, we still cringe at the thought of someone mistaking us for a tourist.
But sometimes we travel and actually are, you know, tourists.
And we needs maps.
Enter Zero per Zero, the brains behind these adorable little transportation guides for anyone traveling to the Far East.
The pastel-colored packets have subway and railway maps, area maps, and other transporation info to help you navigate successfully and without looking like a camera-toting dweeb.
There’s even a pocket for your passport and tickets, so you can keep all your stuff in one handy place, as well as stickers to decorate the maps with your sight-seeing notes.
The maps are available for Tokyp, Seoul, Osaka and Hokkaido, each customized to reflect their city’s identity.
And yes, we totally wish there was one for New York (though we won’t admit to ever using it).