Just Japan Podcast 161: Being an Illustrator in Japan

In Episode 161 of the Just Japan Podcast, host Kevin O’Shea chats with Clayton MacIntosh about being an artist and illustrator here in Japan. Clayton came to Japan 5 years ago on the JET Program teaching English in public schools in Japan, but is now focusing on his original career as an illustrator. He has spent time as a Kobe Public Relations Ambassador as well as a productive artist and content creator in Kobe, Japan. Clayton and his wife are about to make their transition back home to Australia and into new careers. Enjoy this fascinating look into the amazing things you can do in Japan!
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Art by this week’s guest, Clayton MacIntosh!
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Find Clayton’s work over at domesticcowboy.com.
Clayton on Instagram
Check out librarywalls.com for great free teaching/education/literacy resources.
Clayton was also a Kobe PR Ambassador (how I met him). Check out some of his great YouTube stuff promoting the amazing City of Kobe, Japan! I really like this Harbour Tour video!
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