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The Japanofiles Podcast

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A podcast about Japan

Customer Reviews

Japan is Interesting

I just listened to the 1st podcast...really fascinating. I'm looking forward to the 2nd one. What is it? Just casual conversation about Japan from a western point of view. A good comparison might be to Rick Steves when he is studying/speaking on European culture.This podcast was very easy to listen to and stayed interesting throughout.

Fantastic New Podcast on Japan

The host of Japanofiles, Dave Carlson, is a long-time resident of Matsumoto in central Japan. He uses an interview format to talk to other expats about life in Japan. His conversational approach yields interesting answers to questions and gives a lot of insights to Japanese culture, especially to living outside of the major cities of Tokyo, Kyoto or Osaka. This podcast is quite engaging and fills a void left behind when Edward Chmura stopped his Japundit podcast.

Fantastic podcast to get a taste of Japan

I just stumbled on this podcast in the last week, and enjoyed the first one so much, I caught up with all of them in a few days. The host has a wonderful style, and manages to find interesting people to talk to about all aspects of ex-pat life in Japan with a friendly, comfortable demeanor that is immediately engaging. I really hope to hear many more of the same. Superb!

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