Just Japan Podcast 51: Being a Foreign Woman in Japan

 

In Episode 51 of the Just Japan Podcast, host Kevin O’Shea talks to returning guest Jenny Silver about her experiences as a Western woman living and working in Japan. Do the challenges foreign women working in Japan differ from their male counterparts? What opportunities do foreign women working in Japan have and what can they do to prepare themselves for working in such a different culture? In this episode of the podcast, Jenny and Kevin discuss Valentine’s Day in Japan. Kevin also talks about the tragic murder of well-known freelance journalist Kenji Goto, Setsubun in Japan and his recent interview on the “Kind of Epic Show” podcast.

 

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Just Japan Podcast 51: Being a Foreign Woman in Japan
Just Japan Podcast 51: Being a Foreign Woman in Japan

 

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Check out he "Kind of Epic Show" Podcast!
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One comment

  1. I always thought the foreign women don’t get groped because they are most likely to start a confrontation. I mean if she turns around and just punches the guy in the face what are the chances of him reporting it? Considering he assaulted her.

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