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Follow your hosts on a trek into Japanese history, from ancient Japan to the end of the Samurai and all points in between - culture, warfare, literature, and interviews.
The Official Podcast of the Samurai Archives Japanese History page.

Samurai Archives Japanese History Podcast The Samurai Archives Japanese History Page

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Follow your hosts on a trek into Japanese history, from ancient Japan to the end of the Samurai and all points in between - culture, warfare, literature, and interviews.
The Official Podcast of the Samurai Archives Japanese History page.

    EP168 The Edo-Bakumatsu Ishin Shiryo Database

    EP168 The Edo-Bakumatsu Ishin Shiryo Database

    This episode we talk to Dr. Travis Seifman about his work translating the Edo-Bakumatsu database Ishin Shiryo for the Tokyo Historiographical Institute.  
    The link to the database is here:
    https://www.hi.u-tokyo.ac.jp/
    On the upper right, change the drop down menu to "English", then select the link "Database", and under "Historical Events" you'll see the link "Summary database of the Ishin Shiryo" - that's it!
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    Samurai Archives podcast blog: http://www.samuraipodcast.com
    Samurai Archives Forum: http://www.japanhistoryforum.com 
    Patreon Special Thanks: Luis, Cody Makua Burks, Marty Brennan, Kelsey, Patrick Stewart, Joshua Badgley, Dennis McDaniel, and Chip Lutton!

    • 1 時間4分
    What is a Sengoku Daimyo? - The Lost Episode!

    What is a Sengoku Daimyo? - The Lost Episode!

    About 7 years ago, back in 2014, Forest Seal and myself did a bunch of episodes discussing various themes in Japanese history, and one episode that was never finished was this episode on the Sengoku Daimyo. The battery died while recording, and the reason we never revisited it was that it ended up more as a lecture, and we decided that a lecture format was not a format that we wanted to pursue. So we never moved forward with it, eventually forgot to redo the episode, and at that point it was transferred from old computer to new computer over the years in a random folder until I found it last week. Although the episode is incomplete, it is still a solid 35 minutes of introductory information on the Sengoku Daimyo. Also, because this is a long past episode, I did far less editing than I would normally, so I did leave in a lot of side discussion that I would normally remove. I thought it worked as a historical archive of something that we did a long time ago. So, enjoy this throwback episode to 2014.
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    Samurai Archives Forum: http://www.japanhistoryforum.com 
    Patreon Special Thanks: Luis, Cody Makua Burks, Marty Brennan, Kelsey, Patrick Stewart, Joshua Badgley, Dennis McDaniel, and Chip Lutton!

    • 38分
    Historians Discuss Netflix's Age of Samurai: Battle for Japan P2

    Historians Discuss Netflix's Age of Samurai: Battle for Japan P2

    In February 2021, Netflix released a docuseries on Sengoku era Japan entitled Age of Samurai: Battle for Japan.  We continue our discussion on the docuseries with the two historians who were featured on the series, Dr. Elijah Bender and Nate Ledbetter, along with Megan Gilbert of Princeton, and Josh Badgley of the Chronicles of Japan podcast.
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    Contact Us:
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    Samurai Archives Podcast on Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/samuraipodcast/
    Samurai Archives podcast blog: http://www.samuraipodcast.com
    Samurai Archives Forum: http://www.japanhistoryforum.com
    Patreon Special Thanks: Luis, Cody Makua Burks, Marty Brennan, Kelsey, Patrick Stewart, Joshua Badgley, Dennis McDaniel, and Chip Lutton!

    • 1 時間22分
    Historians Discuss Netflix's Age of Samurai: Battle for Japan P1

    Historians Discuss Netflix's Age of Samurai: Battle for Japan P1

    In February 2021, Netflix released a docuseries on Sengoku era Japan entitled Age of Samurai: Battle for Japan.  We have two historians who were featured on the series, Dr. Elijah Bender and Nate Ledbetter, along with Megan Gilbert of Princeton, and Josh Badgley of the Chronicles of Japan podcast on to talk about it.  This was a really long conversation, so here is part one, and part two, which is an additional hour and a half, will be released in a few weeks.
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    Contact Us:
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    FB Podcast Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/samuraipodcast/
    Samurai Archives Podcast on Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/samuraipodcast/
    Samurai Archives podcast blog: http://www.samuraipodcast.com
    Samurai Archives Forum: http://www.japanhistoryforum.com
    Patreon Special Thanks: Luis, Cody Makua Burks, Marty Brennan, Kelsey, Patrick Stewart, Joshua Badgley, Dennis McDaniel, and Chip Lutton!

    • 1 時間42分
    EP164 Dr. Elijah Bender Talks Ghost of Tsushima P2

    EP164 Dr. Elijah Bender Talks Ghost of Tsushima P2

    In this episode, we continue our discussion with Dr. Elijah Bender about the new Playstation game Ghost of Tsushima from the perspective of a professional historian.  
    Ghost of Tsushima is an action-adventure game developed by Sucker Punch Productions and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment. Featuring an open world, it follows Jin Sakai, a samurai on a quest to protect Tsushima Island during the first Mongol invasion of Japan. The game was released on July 17, 2020 for PlayStation 4. 
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    Contact Us:
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    Samurai Archives Podcast on Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/samuraipodcast/
    Samurai Archives podcast blog: http://www.samuraipodcast.com
    Samurai Archives Forum: http://www.japanhistoryforum.com
    Patreon Special Thanks: Luis, Cody Makua Burks, Marty Brennan, Kelsey, Patrick Stewart, Joshua Badgley, and Dennis McDaniel!

    • 30分
    Dr. Elijah Bender Talks Ghost of Tsushima P1

    Dr. Elijah Bender Talks Ghost of Tsushima P1

    In this episode, Dr. Elijah Bender talks about the new Playstation game Ghost of Tsushima from the perspective of a professional historian.  
    Ghost of Tsushima is an action-adventure game developed by Sucker Punch Productions and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment. Featuring an open world, it follows Jin Sakai, a samurai on a quest to protect Tsushima Island during the first Mongol invasion of Japan. The game was released on July 17, 2020 for PlayStation 4. 
    Support the podcast on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/samuraiarchives
    Shopping on Amazon.com?  Use our link: http://www.amazon.com/?_encoding=UTF8&tag=samurai-20
    Support this podcast:
    Samurai Archives Shop (T-Shirts, etc) http://www.cafepress.com/samuraiarchives
    Contact Us:
    Twitter @SamuraiArchives https://twitter.com/#!/samuraiarchives
    Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Samurai-Archives/104533213984
    FB Podcast Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/samuraipodcast/
    Samurai Archives Podcast on Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/samuraipodcast/
    Samurai Archives podcast blog: http://www.samuraipodcast.com
    Samurai Archives Forum: http://www.japanhistoryforum.com
    Patreon Special Thanks: Luis, Cody Makua Burks, Marty Brennan, Kelsey, Patrick Stewart, Joshua Badgley, and Dennis McDaniel!

    • 33分

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20件の評価

20件の評価

tyhme

Japanese history is kind of my job

I am fascinated by Japanese history and specifically samurai. I’m always delighted to find a new episode of the Samurai Archives podcast in my feed. I’m looking forward to the individual biography episodes that are planned for the future.

Ryan A. Rich

Hope the hosts grow up

Recently found this podcast. The content is very good at times but the hosts are really difficult to listen to at times. Childish attempts to show how smart they are ... and very misogynistic at times ... takes away from otherwise good content

奈堊ちゃと。

Love it!

Great for anyone interested in Japanese history.

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