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A podcast that highlights Tokyo's international community. Cliff chats with guests about their careers, passions, and various topics related to life in Japan.

Raw Urban Mobile Podcast Cliff & Shockolate Buddha

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A podcast that highlights Tokyo's international community. Cliff chats with guests about their careers, passions, and various topics related to life in Japan.

    Yakuzen: Food is Medicine

    Yakuzen: Food is Medicine

    Episode 75: Kayoko Hirano is a certified obesity prevention health coach and founder of YakuZen Therapy. After returning to Japan from New York, where she held a corporate job for 6 years, Kayoko experienced weight fluctuation for years; that led her to develop her own weight loss protocol. She then deepened her knowledge at the Japan Obesity Prevention Society Institute.
    In this episode, we chat with Kayoko about the concept of yakuzen (food therapy), misconceptions about Japanese food, and her childhood interest in the English language, which inspired her to experience life outside of Japan. [Episode length: 56 minutes]
    Kayoko Hirano - LinkedIn | Facebook | Instagram
     
     **Farewell Shockolate Buddha**
    This is the last episode recorded with Raw Urban Mobile Podcast original co-host Shockolate Buddha. The podcast will also have a location change after two years of recording inside the mobile man cave. Stay locked in for more informative and entertaining conversations with locals in Japan, including occasional guest co-hosts. 
    Support Raw Urban Mobile Podcast via Ko-fi:
    Ko-fi is a platform where you can support Cliff, the host and producer, for the price of a cup of coffee. Your support helps with production costs to keep this podcast going and inspiring others.
     

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    Super Smash Hoes Podcast

    Super Smash Hoes Podcast

    Episode 74: Erika Bulach and Fahreen Budhwani met in 2018 while attending Sophia University in Tokyo. After realizing they shared similar interests, Erika and Fahreen teamed up and created the Super Smash Hoes Podcast. On the podcast they discuss societal issues concerning gender inequality, women's rights, feminism, the LGBTQ+ community and more; in the context of Japanese society.  
    In this episode, Erika, who was raised in Japan, shares her experiences with sexual harassment and assault. We also discuss the safety and overall well-being of women in Japan. Fahreen could not physically join us; however, this episode includes an audio summation of her dissertation "Why Womenomics Isn't Working in Japan", which adds another layer of depth to this informative chat. [Episode length: 58 minutes]
    Click here to read "Why Womenomics Isn't Working in Japan"  by Fahreen Budhwani (published on japansubculture.com).
    Super Smash Hoes Podcast on Anchor (also on all major podcast-streaming platforms). Follow them on Instagram!
    Listen to Raw Urban Mobile Podcast on all major podcast streaming apps and websites. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram!
    Support Raw Urban Mobile Podcast via Ko-fi:
    Ko-fi is a platform where you can support Cliff, the host and producer, for the price of a cup of coffee. Your support helps with production costs to keep this podcast going and inspiring others.
     
     

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    2019 Wrap-Up: Community in Tokyo

    2019 Wrap-Up: Community in Tokyo

    Episode 73: We celebrate our podcast anniversaries with our pod brothers Mega and Late of the Mega Late Show. At the heart of both podcasts is a focus on the international community in the Greater Tokyo Area. In the last episode of 2019, we recap this year's highlights and recognize many of the awesome guests we featured on our respective podcasts. Learn about some of the talented folks in entertainment and music production, plus leaders in technology, marketing/advertising, and environmental activism. [Episode length: 1 hour 5 minutes]
    Listen to Raw Urban Mobile Podcast on all major podcast streaming apps and websites. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram!
    Thanks for listening and see you in 2020! 
     

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    Context, Passion, and Opportunity

    Context, Passion, and Opportunity

    Episode 72: Ed Thompson is a marketing consultant active in Japan and Asia-Pacific, who started his own Tokyo-based company in 2000 called Concept Design. Ed is frequently called upon by global executives to assist them with coaching and training programs to build stronger teams that can compete in global markets. He's also a lead lecturer in continuing education programs at Temple University and New York University (Japan campuses) targeting working professionals in Tokyo.
    In this episode, Ed shares some of the key things he's learned throughout his professional career in Japan, including one of the simplest and most powerful ways to leverage your passion to achieve opportunities that may be waiting just around the corner. [Episode length: 56 minutes]
    Ed Thompson - LinkedIn | About Me
    Concept Design - Website | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter
    Listen to Raw Urban Mobile Podcast on all major podcast streaming apps and websites. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram!

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    The Voncujovi Brothers: What is Vodu?

    The Voncujovi Brothers: What is Vodu?

    Episode 71 (Part 2 of 2): This episode is a continuation from Episode 70 featuring Ghanaian-Japanese brothers, Sena and Pele Voncujovi. In this episode, Sena (a Vodu priest) and Pele (a Vodu practitioner) give us insights into the West African spiritual and herbal practice of Vodu (also spelled Voodoo or Vodun). 
    The influence of Christianity and Islam in the African continent has long been apparent. Subsequently, Vodu has been demonized globally. Many Ghanaians and other West Africans have denounced it as "satanic" and there are fewer and fewer priests and practitioners today.
    Through their social media platforms "ReVodution" and "Afrikan Magick Temple", Sena and Pele's mission is to destigmatize Vodu and restore a lost pride among Africans. [Episode length: 36 minutes]
    ReVodution - Facebook
    Afrikan Magick Temple - Website | YouTube | Facebook 
    Listen to Raw Urban Mobile Podcast on all major podcast streaming apps and websites. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram!
     
     
     

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    The Voncujovi Brothers: Black on Both Sides

    The Voncujovi Brothers: Black on Both Sides

    Episode 70 (Part 1 of 2): Sena and Pele Voncujovi are Ghanaian-Japanese brothers, who relocated to Japan from their home country of Ghana. Sena is a Career Development Coordinator at Ashinaga and Pele is a Marketing Analyst at Rakuten Mobile.
    Both Sena and Pele, along with Oulimata Gueye, are co-founders of the group and community event called Jaspora. Jaspora aims to facilitate networking, learning and collaborating among people of the African diaspora (as well as their allies) with the purpose of accelerating contributions to the development of Africa.
    In this episode, we chat with Sena and Pele about their educational background, biracial identity, and cultural experiences in both Ghana and Japan. Stay tuned for part 2 of this conversation (Episode 71) next Tuesday! [Episode length: 28 minutes]
    Jaspora - Facebook | Instagram
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