Just Japan Podcast
Just Japan Podcast 65: Making Indie Movies in Japan

In Episode 65 of the Just Japan Podcast, host Kevin O'Shea talks to Steven Lefever and Kendall Wiliams, two independent filmmakers based in Tokyo. Both Steven and Kendall have a fascinating background in arts and film and are doing some very creative work in Tokyo. They talk about what it takes to get involved in the arts scene in Japan and how to start an indie film project. They talk about their amazing YouTube channel "Tasty English" and their independent film "Jun & Me" which has been submitted to multiple film festivals around the world.

Kevin also talks about last week's guests from the 2 Player Select Podcast, the "Football Ramblings" podcast as well as surgery in Japan!

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Direct download: Just_Japan_Podcast_65_Indie_Movie_Making.m4a
Category:Society & Culture -- posted at: 9:22am EST

Just Japan Podcast 64: 2 Player Select Podcast

In Episode 64 of the Just Japan Podcast, host Kevin O'Shea chats with Clinton and Shaun, the cohosts of the 2 Player Select Podcast. Hailing from Canada and Australia, Clinton and Shaun live in Japan and host a weekly podcast that fouses on life in Japan as well as gaming. They talk to Kevin about why they came to Japan, living here and their back grounds in gaming. They also discuss what motivated them to start a weekly podcast. Kevin answers some listener questions in the Just Japan Podcast mail bag section of the show!

 

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Direct download: JustJapanPodcast64-2PlayerSelectPodcast.m4a
Category:Society & Culture -- posted at: 8:39am EST

Just Japan Podcast 63: Disabled in Japan

In Episode 63, host Kevin O'Shea talks to Michael Gillan Peckitt about being disabled in Japan.  Michael, a Briton who has been living and working as a univeristy professor in Osaka for several years has Cerebral Palsy. He discusses how he is treated in Japan as a "gaijin" and as a person who is disabled. He also talks about the differences between the way he is treated in Japan versus his home back in Britain. Michael also shares his opinions on accessibitiy in Japan as well as possible infrastructure improvements leading up to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. 

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Direct download: JustJapanPodcast63DisabledInJapan.m4a
Category:Society & Culture -- posted at: 7:42am EST

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