Just Japan Podcast

In JJP187, host Kevin chats about entertaining yourself in Japan, "way back when" versus now! Returning guests Andrew Higgins and Pee Jay talk about the different things they did for fun when they first arrived in Japan and their first few years in the country versus now. As you become more used to Japan and your life interests change, the things you do for fun change as well. Join the crew for a really fun conversation as well as a bonus story at the end of the podcast.


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Direct download: JustJapanPodcast187FunInJapanThenANdNow.m4a
Category:general -- posted at: 10:46am EST

In JJP 186, host Kevin O'Shea reflects on some aspects of his time in Japan (solo episode this week). What were some mistakes he made while dealing with work and Japanese culture in general? Kevin also makes a counter to episode 184 (negative in Japan) and highlights a couple of friends who are happy and successful in Japan.

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http://justjapanstuff.com

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http://twitter.com/jlandkev (@jlandkev)

Direct download: JustJapanPodcast186SuccessesAndMistakes.m4a
Category:general -- posted at: 9:49am EST

In JJP 185, host Kevin O'Shea chats with Mike Cash, host of the Hanzai Podcast, a podcast about crime in Japan. The Hanzai Podcast is a weekly roundup of crime stories from around Japan as well as in-depth episodes about major crimes in Japan. If you like Japan and have an interest in true crime podcasts, you'll like the Hanzai Podcast.

http://justjapanstuff.com/

Podcast Facebook Page:
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Twitter: @jlandkev

Direct download: JustJapanPodcast185TrueCrimeInJapan.m4a
Category:general -- posted at: 5:30am EST

In JJP 184 Kevin chats with returning guest Mully about negative foreigners in Japan. Whether living in Japan for a short time or long-term, you will inevitably run into negative foreigners. They seem to be the kind of people who complain about everything and are never happy. They also really seem to really dislike it when people say, "If you don't like Japan, then leave!" they also talk about more uplifting and positive aspects of being a Gaijin in Japan.

Just Japan Stuff (the home of the podcast):
http://justjapanstuff.com/

Podcast Facebook Page:
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Twitter: @jlandkev

Direct download: JustJapanPodcast184NegativeinJapan.m4a
Category:general -- posted at: 7:38am EST

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