Just Japan Podcast 150: More Japan Myths

Is teriyaki really the “Taste of Japan”? Can I visit Japan if I don’t speak Japanese? Are Japanese women submissive? Host Kevin O’Shea and guest Jim Mullins take on these myths and more in episode 150 of the Just Japan Podcast! Jim and Kevin follow up the popular episode “Myths of Japan”. They talk about ones that may have some truth to them and others that are completely NOT TRUE! Kevin also talks about the Japan Podcast Network, podcasters building a podcasting community in Japan. He also talks more about his iLoveJapan project where LISTENERS can take part in an episode!

 

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This week’s guest is Jim Mullins from the Mully’s Place Podcast!

 

 

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The Japan Podcast Network is here! Now there’s a Japan podcasting community. Follow the network to connect with great Japan podcast content! The Just Japan Podcast, ALT Insider Podcast and Disrupting Japan have started this awesome Japan podcasting network and more shows will be coming soon!

 

 

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Episodes 1-150 of the Just Japan Podcast can be found at Libsyn.

 

 

 

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