Just Japan Podcast 84: Fall in Japan

In Episode 84 of the Just Japan Podcast, host Kevin O’Shea chats with two long-term expats living in Japan. Pee Jay and Scott join the podcast to talk about Fall in Japan. They chat about the seasonal changes, fashion, seasonal food and beverages, momiji as well as Halloween. They also answer listener questions in the “Mail Bag” portion of the show. Do Japanese people like sweets as much as Westerners? Is it acceptable to consume alcohol in public?

The two winners of the Just Japan Podcast/napaJapan.com snack food contest are announced as well.

 

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Just Japan Podcast 84: Fall in Japan
Just Japan Podcast 84: Fall in Japan

 

This episodes guests:

Kansai PJ ….check out his YouTube channel and SUBSCRIBE!

Scott – ChillInKansai – check out his YouTube channel and SUBSCRIBE!

 

In this episode we announce the two winners of the Just Japan Podcast/napaJapan.com Japan snack food contest! Congrats to winners Amie and Hunter!

If you’re interested in buying Japanese snacks from anywhere in the world, go to napaJapan.com!

 

 

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