Just Japan Podcast 79: Stereotypes, Retiring and Angry Cops

In Episode 79 of the Just Japan Podcast, host Kevin O’Shea speaks with a panel of returning guests about their views on Japan. Hikosaemon of YouTube fame, video blogger KansaiPj as well as writer, Liam Carriagan chat with Kevin about a variety of topics generated by the Just Japan Podcast listeners. Is it true that typical Japanese salarymen don’t have time for their familes? How does health care in Japan compare to other countries’? Have we thought about retiring in Japan? Do police in Japan profile foreigners?

These questions and more are discussed on the weekly podcast about “Everything Japan”!

 

Where can you fin the Just Japan Podcast online?

iTunes

Sound Cloud

Stitcher Internet Radio

Libsyn

RSS Feed

 

 

Just Japan Podcast 79: Stereotypes, Retiring and Angry Cops
Just Japan Podcast 79: Stereotypes, Retiring and Angry Cops

 

This episode’s guests are Hikosaemon, KansaiPJ and Liam Carrigan. You can find these guys online here:

Check out Hikosaemon on YouTube.

Hikosaemon on Twitter: @hikosaemon

 

Check out KansaiPJ’s YouTube channel.

Follow PeeJay on Twitter: @kansai_pj

 

Follow Liam on Twitter: @Liam6783

Read Liam’s writing over on GaijinPot.com

 

 

Check out the Just Japan Podcast on social media

Follow the podcast on Twitter: @jlandkev

Follow the Just Japan Podcast Facebook Page (a great community)

EMAIL the Just Japan Podcast: justjapanpodcast@gmail.com

Check out my YouTube channels: BusanKevin and jlandkev

 

Advertisements

3 comments

    • Would appear to be an issue with stitcher. Another listener contacted me
      Via Facebook and told me the same thing. I’ll try to figure it out. There have been 3 more episodes out since then!

      Like

  1. I recently listened to this podcast and really enjoyed it. Please make another discussion podcast like this with Hikosaemon! I’m a university student (currently studying abroad in Japan) and I both value the wisdom of and always learn a lot from the both of you.

    Like

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s