Anthony Joh returns to Japan and to the airwaves with Season 2 of the Tokyo Podcast. If you’re one of the listeners who stuck around – thank you!
Since the whole world is stuck at home under quarantine thanks to the coronavirus, now seemed like the perfect time to bring you some fresh, updated content on life in Japanland.
The History of the Yamanote Line
In this show I am talking with Michael Filewood about the history of the Yamanote Line and how it evolved as a cargo hauler to the life line of the city today.
Most Common Resume Mistakes
These are some of the common sense mistakes that I feel all the time from people who are looking for a job in Japan.
My Favourite Youtubers In Japan
In this episode, Tokyo Podcast’s host Anthony Joh discusses his move back to Canada, how it will impact the show, and some recommended Japanese Youtubers to tide viewers over until the next episode.
COVID-19 In Japan: What Happens If You Catch The Virus?
In this episode, Tokyo Podcast’s host Anthony Joh interviews a friend of his who contracted the coronavirus while living abroad in Japan. This episode will cover some basics of Japan’s healthcare, as well as what you can expect if you contract COVID-19 while living in Japan.
How Accessible Is Japan For Someone In a Wheelchair?
On this show I talk with Josh Grisdale about his experiences of living and working in Japan while using a wheelchair.
Pure Invention: How Japan’s Pop Culture Conquered the World
A fun talk with author Matt Alt about his new book, 'Pure Invention: How Japan’s Pop Culture Conquered the World' about how the accidental success of Japan's soft power initiative has shaped the world.
Very interesting podcast which covers a lot of interesting subjects. So glad I found it. Please keep up the great work.
Best source for expats in Japan
In case you decide to move to Japan (forever or for a while), this podcast is a must. Anthony, who was successfully running the Bangkok podcast (together with how Co-Host Greg), leads you through coffeeshops, castles, entrepreneurs, language classes and other useful stories. Even if you are outside Japan you will find it interesting and fascinating. It feels like you are there already. Awesome job, Anthony!