Just Japan Podcast 21: Gaijin Bars

In Episode 21 of the Just Japan Podcast, host Kevin O’Shea talks about “Gaijin Bars” in Japan. These are drinking establishments that tend to cater to travellers or foreigners living in a country like Japan (Kevin also talks about similar places in Korea). They can be interesting and fun places to go, but frequenting them can have their downsides as well.

 

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Just Japan Podcast host Kevin at an expat bar in Fukuoka, Japan on Christmas night 2005 (on a visa run from South Korea).
Just Japan Podcast host Kevin at an expat bar in Fukuoka, Japan on Christmas night 2005 (on a visa run from South Korea).
Just Japan Podcast host Kevin (wearing FBI shirt) with his band in Busan, Korea in 2006 (at an expat bar called the Underground).
Just Japan Podcast host Kevin (wearing FBI shirt) with his band in Busan, Korea in 2006 (at an expat bar called the Underground).

 

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3 comments

  1. Hi Kevin,

    I am a new listener of your podcast and I am happy to find your lovely show. Gaijin pod brought me here 🙂

    I’d appreciate it if you could tell me the link of another podcast you recommended during this episode. The one that a Japanese wife and her foreign husband talk about current events in Japan…It sounded like マーレン (Marren??) something…

    Keep up with your excellent work. I look forward to your future episodes!

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