JJP host Kevin chats with Damian Hackett, an Australian teacher living in Japan. After nearly 15 years as a teacher in Japan, Damian is taking the leap from the education sector to the agricultural sector. That’s right! He’s about to become a farmer in Japan. Learn more about his fascinating story and how he and his family will move from urban Kansai to rural Hiroshima Prefecture to become farmers. You’ll love this story!
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Having lived in Japan for a long time, in the cities, but coming from the countryside in England I could really relate to Damian’s desire to get back to nature. As a businessman though, I wasn’t sure he’d thought through all the possible ramifications. I really wish him luck and perhaps you can give us an update in 12 months or so?
We have agreed to do a follow up interview after his first crops have been harvested.