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Even when we’re not going anywhere, we’re planning our next adventure. As a global leader in travel, Expedia has created this entertaining podcast offering travel information and ideas so you can learn and get inspired. Before you embark on your next trip, join host Nisreene Atassi to swap tips with travel experts and industry insiders, as well as people just like you who have great travel stories to share. Subscribe today, and learn to navigate the online travel booking space and Out Travel ...
 
Looking for a podcast on Japan's mysterious culture? Try listening to Thersa Matsuura's Uncanny Japan Podcast and experience all that is weird about Japan—strange superstitions, folktales, cultural oddities, and interesting language quirks—and not found anywhere else! Show notes and transcripts available at uncannyjapan.com
 
Independent filmmaker Chris Broad brings you his multi-award winning YouTube channel Abroad In Japan in podcast form. Aided by broadcaster Pete Donaldson, they bring you a taste of life in the most unique country in the world, from great cuisine to capsule hotels, current events and tips on how to spend your time there.
 
Discover Japan through conversations with fascinating people. Every episode host Tony Vega is joined by a guest to talk about all aspects of Japan, including the Japanese language, history, Japanese pop culture, food, anime, manga, movies, music, comedy, the impact of Japanese culture around the world, underground social movements, social issues in Japan, and much more. Episodes are released on the first of every month. Bonus episodes are regularly released on the fifteenth of the month. For ...
 
Discover what everyday life in Japan is REALLY like! Weekly podcast episodes with half-Japanese/half-American Burke (18 years in Japan) and Ben from England (13 years in Japan), based in Hokkaido, and their guests sharing experiences on dating, marriage, working at Japanese companies, teaching at all education levels, traditions, martial arts, the struggles of life here, and the reasons why Japan is truly an amazing place to be living!
 
Every other week, tune into 8-4 Play for talk about Japan, video games, and Japanese video games, straight from the 8-4 offices in beautiful downtown Tokyo. Featuring the sultry voices of 8-4's own Mark MacDonald, John Ricciardi, Hiroko Minamoto, Justin "JJ" Epperson, Roy Blakely, Sarah Podzorski, and Graeme Howard.
 
This is not your run-of-the-mill "Cool Japan" podcast. I want to explore the side of Japan outside of sushi & sumo ; anime & video games. People from all walks of life living in Japan sharing their stories, their trials and tribulations and their successes. People who are hungry for making it and People who have made it. This podcast is about my conversations with them.
 
Each week on “Kowabana: ‘True’ Japanese scary stories from around the internet,” horror author and translator Tara A. Devlin presents a selection of Japanese horror, creepypastas and urban legends translated from the deepest, darkest parts of the web. Creepy ghosts and vengeful onryo, cursed technology and haunted shrines. Discover horror like only Japan knows how to deliver. Brand new and exclusive stories translated each week. Find out more at http://www.kowabana.net/
 
Helping you better understand Japan and the Japanese language one question at a time. Every episode Tony and Ryan--two guys with master's degrees in Japanese Language & Linguistics--draw on their experiences in Japan and extensive research in both Japanese and English to shed light on all aspects of Japan. From the many interesting quirks of the Japanese language to obscure Japanese history, as well as busting misconceptions about Japan held by both Japanese peole and Westerners, Tony and Ry ...
 
Michigan Talks Japan is a new podcast from the Center for Japanese Studies at the University of Michigan. In it, Prof. Allison Alexy talks with leading scholars doing research on Japan about their work, their backgrounds, and their recommendations in the field. Crossing academic disciplines and time periods, the podcast highlights new and exciting scholarship in Japanese Studies. More at: https://ii.umich.edu/cjs/podcast/
 
Adventure, hidden secrets, cultural discovery, as well as how to get to, and enjoy Japan from near or far. A podcast for everyone. Weekly podcast-exclusive topics, as well as going in-depth on topics covered on the Tokyo Lens YouTube Channel (YouTube.com/TokyoLens). !!!WARNING!!! This podcast is a 100% unfiltered, nearly-unedited, rable-a-thon where we get distracted, go off topic, and just enjoy a great time getting lost in thought together! You've been warned (^_-) Welcome to the Tokyo Len ...
 
Often Imitated, never duplicated. The Podcasts account of "Japan Nick" from Japan Nick's Quarantine Podcast and Japan Nick's Rock and Metal Pandemonium online exclusively for the time being. 11 of my interviews are on Blabbermouth. I have 63 articles published in the Aquarian Weekly. Visit http://www.facebook.com/pages/Japan-Nicks-Rock-and-Metal-Pandemonium/145419538831730 facebook page. http://www.theaquarian.com/author/nick-perkel/
 
Need a weekly round-up of the top news stories coming out of Japan? Look no further. Tokyo-based, British content-creator Julian and Japanese entrepreneur Yasu, are here to dive into the hot topics of the week. Recorded in Tokyo, 'This Week in Japan' is the perfect blend of current news, cultural insight, and in-depth discussions all woven through a friendly conversation between the two hosts. Stay up-to-date with the flow of stories streaming out of Japan, no matter where you are. (Japanese ...
 
Hello, my name is Amao. I have started this program for people who love Japan and are studying Japanese language. I will talk about the real Japan that cannot be known from TV, magazines and the internet. For this program, I will speak in Japanese as simply as possible. Japanese listening practice for intermediate learners, N4 to N3 level. Please listen to the AmaoJapan! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/amao/support
 
We're an American couple who has been living in Japan since 2007. Kisstopher (she/her) is a mental health therapist. Chad (he/him) is a writer. We talk about most everything in our lives, from being disabled / chronically ill to money to friends, and the role that Japan plays in them. Mostly, we want to entertain you, even though we sometimes talk about heavier topics.
 
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Yasu & Julian are back after a short hiatus! We've made a few small changes to the show, but we're still providing the same informative and funny conversations that you've come to love! On this week's show, we discuss the current state of affairs regarding the Tokyo Olympics and share some stories of how the locals in Japan really feel about the ev…
 
JNQP 51 Helstar Singer James Rivera 060321 Episode 51Helstar singer James Rivera gives Japan Nick an interview discussing his introduction to music and where he studied vocal lessons in Houston Texas. We spoke about the Vampiro album being rereleased for better distribution on the Clad in Black album. We spoke about the singer Black Wings of Solitu…
 
Japan's closed borders mean that foreign production crews can't get in to produce Japan travel features, so creator Alisha Ivelich is taking the opportunity to fill the demand with a Japan travel series that actually cares about Japan. Ollie recommends a privacy-focused cruise that, due to the ToS, we are not allowed to tell you about. Bobby looks …
 
K: So, lately I’ve been thinking about the difference between being asexual in the United States versus asexual in Japan. And I am openly out as being asex- and I think before I talk more about it, I should give the floor to my partner. Which I rarely give Chad the floor (laughs) on the podcast. C: Oh, and I will take the floor. K: Yeah. C: So, fir…
 
To quote J.R.R. Tolkien, “He loved mountains, or he had loved the thought of them marching on the edge of stories brought from far away…” Meet Tim, a Yamabushi; a Shinto ascetic mountain monk who aims to share the values of what the mountains of Yamagata Prefecture offers. I want to help him open up an ancient custom that he has dedicated his life …
 
Got Faded Japan ep 600! Faders, since 2009 we have been podcasting every single week and it is out greatest honor to present to you episode 600. We would like to thank all the Faders who have supported us over the years and we especially want to thank the Faders who have supported us on Patreon during these difficult times. Without you, there is no…
 
In his pioneering study, Men in Metal: A Topography of Public Bronze Statuary in Modern Japan (Brill, 2020), Sven Saaler examines Japanese public statuary as a central site of historical memory from its beginnings in the Meiji period through the twenty-first century. Saaler shows how the elites of the modern Japanese nation-state went about constru…
 
On this episode, Ben and Burke look five common sense etiquette in Japan as described in an article from WOW! JAPAN. Those include whether or not you should touch food that is being sold at supermarkets and bakeries, how eating while walking might get you arrested in certain cities, leaving food uneaten at restaurants, and more! We compare our own …
 
This time I give some inside advice to help you choose the right Japanese bento (lunchbox), and I give you an important tip to remember while in Japan ========== Related links: Episode 162 Youtube Video: https://youtu.be/TUUMvJEk_A8 How a Train Bento Box is Made in Japan https://youtu.be/eBPsaa0_RtQ Tidying Up with Marie Kondo https://www.netflix.c…
 
On this episode of Ichimon Japan we ask: What is a yankī or furyō? Topics Discussed What a furyō is The literal meaning of furyō All about juvenile delinquent culture in Japan The possible origin of the term furyō What a yankī is The possible origins of the Japanese term yankī and its links to Osaka's Amemura area What a tsuppari is Classic furyo f…
 
Today we tell the horror story of the Fuji Cave, the story we came across when we told the tale of Yasuke. Its a dark tale of punishment and death, and not for the faint of heart. And to end out the show today we have a Senryu from Heather. *DISCLAIMER* Todays episode is not for children. ~~ Review us over on: Podchaser. Check out our growing datab…
 
In this episode, Allison Alexy talks with Prof. Gabriella Lukács, whose research focuses on analog and digital media, which she theorizes as a continuum. The conversation centers on her new book Invisibility by Design: Women and Labor in Japan's Digital Economy. Topics of discussion include: digital labor, online entrepreneurship, labor in the acad…
 
Today I'll read to you, "The Bamboo Cutter and the Moon Princess" called Kaguya Hime in Japanese. It's an old tale that some believe talks about otherworldly visitors. Was the Moon Princess an extraterrestrial being? Uncanny Japan is author Thersa Matsuura. Her other show is The Soothing Stories Podcast. Check out her books including The Carp-Faced…
 
On this episode of the Japan Station podcast, we're talking about Kyoto, kimono and more with Dr. Rebecca Copeland. About Dr. Rebecca Copeland Dr. Rebecca Copeland is a professor of Japanese language and literature at Washington University in St. Louis. Her research specialties include modern and contemporary women's writing in Japan, modern litera…
 
Japanese TV: Do you love it or hate it? This week, the gang discusses why Japanese TV never seems to really catch on with Western audiences. Make sure you leave us a comment and tell us what you think! You can also suggest topics for us to discuss. We're always happy to hear from you guys! Check out our sponsors! STAPLETON 英会話: https://stapleton.me…
 
The Japanese second-person pronoun, お前 (omae), has different sides to its personality, just like other personal pronouns.This is the third episode of our Japanese second-person pronoun series. In this episode, the Tofugu crew, comprised of Kanae, Mami, and Rachel, discuss the various nuances of お前. This includes how grandpas and grandmas sometimes …
 
One experience to not miss out on when in Japan is going to カラオケ karaoke. But what is some useful language for going to カラオケ? Chie and Ty explore this listener-requested topic and talk about some times they went to カラオケ as well. Practice your reading abilities with NativShark so you can make sure to keep up with the Japanese lyrics on screen: https…
 
In February 2021, Netflix released a docuseries on Sengoku era Japan entitled Age of Samurai: Battle for Japan. We continue our discussion on the docuseries with the two historians who were featured on the series, Dr. Elijah Bender and Nate Ledbetter, along with Megan Gilbert of Princeton, and Josh Badgley of the Chronicles of Japan podcast. Suppor…
 
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