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The Japanofiles Podcast: Episodes

<p><span><strong>Crime in Japan and the yakuza</strong> are the two main topics of discussion on today's <span><strong>Japanofiles Podcast</strong></span>. Journalist <strong>Paul Murphy</strong> returns to the podcast to talk about the research for his forthcoming book on crime in Japan.</span></p>
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<p><span>For Episode 64 of <span><strong>The Japanofiles Podcast</strong></span>, Dave talks with <strong>Paul Murphy</strong>, a journalist from Ireland who was living in Matsumoto until this past September.</span></p>
<p><span>Key Words: Matsumoto Sarin Incident; Aum Shinrikyo; Fukushima nuclear disaster; ...
<p><span>In today's <strong><span>Japanofiles Podcast</span></strong>, <strong>Nate Shelton</strong>, a student at Shinshu University in Matsumoto, talks about his experiences living and studying in Japan.</span></p>
<p><span><span>Key Words: Shinshu University; international studies; Salt Lake Sister ...
<p><span><strong>Nick Harling</strong> visits the <span><strong>Japanofiles</strong></span> from Washington, DC, via Skype. Nick shares many interesting experiences from his time in Japan, and he also explains how he has been able to remain connected to Japan since returning to the US. Nick is also the&nbsp;</span><span>host ...
<p><span>Today Dave talks with <strong>Shuhei Fukawa</strong>. Shuhei grew up in the US, and then he moved to Japan to attend university. Shuhei is now a first-year student at Shinshu University in Matsumoto.</span></p>
<p><span><span>Key Words: Shinshu University; <em>kikokushijo</em>; English-language ...
<p><span>For today's <span><strong><span>Japanofiles Podcast</span></strong></span>,&nbsp;Dave talks with <strong>Wayne Douglas</strong>, a New Zealander currently residing in Matsumoto. Wayne recently launched a Japanese and English bilingual website&nbsp;devoted to raising awareness about benzodiazepine ...
<p><span><strong>Kevin Leahy</strong>, a long-time Matsumoto resident, revisits the <span><strong>Japanofiles Podcast</strong> </span>to talk a little about his work as teacher and as translator of the popular Vampire Hunter D novels, and then to explain his favorite pastime.</span></p>
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<p><span>For today's Japanofiles Podcast, Dave talks with<strong> Steve Rubin</strong> and <strong>Tomoko Oguchi</strong> about their move from New York City to Matsumoto last year, their experiences working in both cities, and their plans for the future.</span></p>
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<p><span>What do you do if you&rsquo;re an English-speaking foreigner in Japan and you don&rsquo;t teach English? Today John Koons, erstwhile language teacher, revisits the Japanofiles Podcast to talk about why he has taken a &lsquo;leave of absence&rsquo; from English teaching, and then he shares some ...
<p><span><span>In today's podcast,&nbsp;Dave goes downtown Matsumoto to visit <strong>Matsumoto Backpackers</strong> and talk with the owners, <strong>Brian and Shuko</strong>, about running a business in Japan.&nbsp;</span> </span></p>
<p><span><span><span>Key Words:&nbsp;Starting a business in Japan; ...
<p><span>In a slight departure from the usual single-interview format, Dave talks with a number of people for a short audio piece about Matsumoto, and then Winifred Bird shares a story from her neighborhood.</span> <br /><span>Key Words:&nbsp;Matsumoto; Nagano Prefecture, Japan; Japan-related podcast; ...
<p><span><span><strong>The Japanofiles Podcast</strong></span>&nbsp;is back! &nbsp;In today's program, <strong>Alan and Sarah Lamberg</strong> discuss their experiences living and working in rural Nagano Prefecture, and they also talk about volunteer work for the Japan Cat Network in Tohoku.</span>&nbsp;</p>
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<p><span>For today's podcast episode, Dave talks with nine people about their experiences with the Japanese police.&nbsp;</span></p>
<p><span>Key Words: Japan-related podcast; discussion about life in Japan; interview; Matsumoto; podcast about Japan; Shinshu; Nagano Prefecture; Japanese police; a podcast ...
<p><span>Today's guest, <strong>James Van Lieu</strong>, first came to the Matsumoto area in the late 1980s to work for several years as an engineer at Epson. In 2010 he moved back to Matsumoto, this time under very different circumstances. &nbsp;For today's <span><strong>Japanofiles Podcast</strong></span>, ...
<p><span><strong>Daniel Martin</strong> and <strong>John Koons</strong>, two members of the Matsumoto foreign community, recently went up to northeastern Japan to help with the relief effort. In today's <span><strong>Japanofiles Podcast</strong></span>, which focuses on the devastated Tohoku region, ...
<p><span>Today's podcast guest is <strong>Winifred Bird</strong>, a journalist who lives in Matsumoto.&nbsp; With interests in nature, science, and 'all things Japanese', Winnie has written about such diverse topics as rice farming, micro wind turbines, the Fukushima nuclear catastrophe, affordable housing ...
<p><span>Shiga-mura, formerly a small village to the north of Matsumoto city, became a part of Matsumoto during the 2005 amalgamation campaign. Today's guest, <strong>Oliver Carter</strong>, explains why he came to Japan and settled in Nagano Prefecture, and he also talks about life in the Shiga District ...
<p><span><strong>Caitlin Hoffmann</strong> visits <span><strong>The Japanofiles Podcast</strong></span> to discuss her experiences of living and working in Matsumoto.&nbsp;</span></p>
<p><span>Key Words: Matsumoto, Japan; living in Japan; podcasting; working in Nagano Prefecture; interview; Japan-related ...
<p><span>For Episode 47 of <span><strong>The Japanofiles Podcast</strong></span>, Dave discusses <em>jishuku</em> as well as <em>hanami</em>. &nbsp;He then talks with <strong>Brian O'Donovan</strong>, a native of Ireland who now lives in Nagano Prefecture.</span></p>
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<p><span>Today's <span><strong>Japanofiles Podcast</strong></span> features a discussion with long-time Matsumoto resident <strong>Martin Gillis</strong>. Martin explains some of the many activities that he's involved with in the local community, and then the conversation turns to various cultural topics.</span></p>
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