Best Japaneseculture podcasts we could find (Updated September 2019)
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Jappon
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Super easy, fun, and creative way to learn the Japanese language and all about the culture.
 
Every episode someone stops by Japan Station to talk about their connections to and interest in the fascinating place that is Japan. Host Tony Vega and his guests talk about things like Japanese pop culture, history, anime, manga, movies, music, video games, comedy, the impact of Japanese culture around the world, underground social movements, social issues in Japan, and much more. Episodes are released on the first of every month with bonus episodes occasionally being released on the 15th. ...
 
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Salty DX Podcast
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Deluxe taste and salty opinions. A podcast of eternal sadness. A self deprecating look at games, toys, anime tiddies, and pop culture.
 
A podcast in English for and by university students, which began in Japan. Podcasts cover a wide range of themes and topics, including academic subjects such as finance and Japanese culture and history.
 
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On this episode of the Japan Station podcast we're digging deep into the world of Japanese Buddhist statues and iconography. Michael VanHartingsveldt is an expert on Buddhist art and iconography. In 2016, Michael obtained a Master's degree in East Asian Art Business through a joint program offered by the Sotheby's Institute of Art and Claremont ...…
 
Your weekly lesson Podcast review. Check out the full video lesson on our YouTube channel and instagram now! Word Of The Episode: Zubon - Pants Lesson Content (Sign up on our website to get the PDF with all terms and phrases) OHAYO GOZAIMASU - GOOD MORNING KONNICHIWA - HELLO (AFTERNOON) KONBANWA - GOOD EVENING OYASUMI NASAI - GOOD NIGHT *CALL - ...…
 
On this episode of the Japan Station podcast we're talking about the Japanese language and the very interesting linguistic phenomenon of "made in Japan English" (wasei eigo). Anne Crescini is an Associate Professor at the University of Kitakyushu in Fukuoka Prefecture. She has conducted extensive research on the linguistic phenomenon of wasei e ...…
 
This is a podcast which picks up a few interesting things that have appeared in the news in recent weeks. In this episode we have stories from the environment, world news, and sport. In our first story, we hear about the fires raging in the Amazon. You can learn more about it here: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/08/23/world/americas/brazil-milita ...…
 
On this extra bonus episode of the Japan Station podcast, we explore the world of yōkai with author and Japan Station listener, Charles Kowalski. Originally from the U.S. Charles Kowalski is a teacher and author living in Japan. His latest book--Simon Grey and the March of a Hundred Ghosts--delves into the world of the Japanese supernatural cre ...…
 
This is a podcast which picks up a few interesting things that have appeared in the news in recent weeks. In this episode we have stories from science, world news, and the environment. In our first story, we hear that there may be life on the moon! You can learn more about it here: https://www.theguardian.com/science/2019/aug/06/tardigrades-may ...…
 
In this episode of the Japan Station podcast we're going deep into the world of J-pop with Dr. Capital. Dr. Jonathan Patterson is an Assistant Professor of Popular Music in the Division of Jazz Studies of the University of North Texas College of Music. Also known by the stage name Dr. Capital, he is a composer, singer, guitarist, and an all-aro ...…
 
Tapioka is made from the roots of the cassava plant, originally found in the north and west of Brazil. It is used as a food stuff in many places and has recently been the focus of boom in popularity in drinks in Japan. In this podcast, students from Hannan University in Japan show us how to make a delicious tapioca based drink.…
 
This is a podcast which picks up a few interesting things that have appeared in the news in recent weeks. In this episode we have stories from science, world news, and sport. In our first story, we learn the good news that the number of tigers in India seems to be on the rise. You can read more about it here: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2 ...…
 
In this episode of the Japan Station podcast I sit down for a thrilling chat with author Barry Lancet. Barry Lancet is the award-winning author of the Jim Brodie series of books. After a long career as an editor at the international arm of one of Japan’s most prestigious publishers—Kodansha—Lancet made his debut as an author in 2013 with Japant ...…
 
Sumo is probably the most famous and unique of all Japanese sports. In this podcast, students from Nara University of Education describe the history and some of the most interesting aspects of this iconic Japanese sport and cultural institution.
 
This is a podcast which picks up a few interesting things that have appeared in the news in recent weeks. In this episode we have stories from science, world news, and sport. In our first story, we learn about how images were transmitted back to Earth from the Moon 50 years ago. You learn more about it here: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-07- ...…
 
In this episode of the Japan Station podcast Tony has a fun chat with comedian Ollie Horn. Ollie Horn is a stand-up comedian from the United Kingdom who lived many years in Fukuoka, Japan. While there he attended graduate school and worked in the Japanese entertainment industry. In 2014 Ollie Horn came up with the idea that would evolve into Co ...…
 
This is a podcast which picks up a few interesting things that have appeared in the news in recent weeks. In this episode we have stories from science, world news, and sport. In our first story, we learn that cockroaches are getting stronger and can resist pesticides. You can find out more about this here: https://www.theguardian.com/environmen ...…
 
In this episode of the Japan Station podcast we're learning about the amazing story of the first group of Japanese girls to study in the U.S. Janice P. Nimura is the award-winning writer of the book Daughters of the Samurai: A Journey from East to West and Back. In Daughters of the Samurai, Nimura recounts the epic real-life story of a group of ...…
 
Word Of The Episode: Omiyagi - Souvenir Commonly gifted in Japanese Culture. The moment we have all been waiting for is coming soon! How you will finally master Japanese, Visit Japponline.com and sign up for all the information you will need! Prepare for next level learning like no other. For more Jappon checkout our other platforms. Instagram ...…
 
Kasuga Grand Shrine is one of the most iconic sites in Nara, Japan. In this podcast, students from Nara University of Education describe the history and some of the unique aspects of this World Heritage listed shrine.
 
This podcast is for those who would like to improve their English for use in the business world. In each episode there will be some listening practice with comprehension questions to help you improve your understanding of English in the workplace.
 
Gaijin Goombah is the guest today on this episode of the Japan Station podcast. Gaijin Goombah is a YouTuber who has made a successful career out of teaching people about the real world culture and history that is present in many of today's most popular video games and anime. Gaijin Goombah's interest in Japan is one that goes quite far back an ...…
 
Whats going on with Jappon!? Find out the big plans for phase two and the up and coming upgrades soon! Join in on this weeks special Japanese upgrade episode. Review, Learn, or just take what you can from this episode and implement it into your routine this week. The best way to learn is by doing. Word Of The Episode Otona - Adult Otona-Tachi - ...…
 
This is a podcast which picks up a few interesting things that have appeared in the news in recent weeks. In this episode we have two stories from world news, and one on the environment. In our first story, we hear about some really terrifying ideas on global warming. You can find out more about this here: https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/148cb0_ ...…
 
Episode 14 of the Japan Station podcast is here and this time we're learning about Brazilians in Japan. Released in 2017, One Day We Arrived in Japan is a gripping documentary that follows the lives of three Brazilian families who move to Japan in search of a better future. Ten years in the making, One Day We Arrived in Japan is a truly unique ...…
 
This podcast is for those who would like to improve their English for use in the business world. In each episode there will be some listening practice with comprehension questions to help you improve your understanding of English in the workplace. There will also be tips on how you can improve your communication skills in business settings. Ans ...…
 
This is a podcast which picks up a few interesting things that have appeared in the news in recent weeks. In this episode we have a story on malaria, something from the business world, and an update on the Australian football. In our first story on health, we learn that malaria is huge problem around the world, but that some countries have erad ...…
 
In this episode of the University English Podcast, financial expert Lynn Wang from Hannan University explains talks about getting returns on investments. There are three main ways of gaining returns on investments: interest; dividends and capital gains. In this episode, we will mainly focus on dividends. The music you can hear at the beginning ...…
 
This podcast is for those who would like to improve their English for use in the business world. In each episode there will be some listening practice with comprehension questions to help you improve your understanding of English in the workplace. There will also be tips on how you can improve your communication skills in business settings. Ans ...…
 
The one and only Crystal Kay is the guest today in this very special episode of the Japan Station podcast. A singer, songwriter, and actress, Crystal Kay has been singing for just about as long as she's been able to speak. In fact, her first credit is at the age of four when she used her vocal talents in a song for a commercial promoting the PC ...…
 
This is a podcast which picks up a few interesting things that have appeared in the news in recent weeks. In this episode we have two stories from world news, and one on politics. In our first world news story, we learn about the change of emperor in Japan. You can find out more about this here: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/apr/30/jap ...…
 
This podcast is for those who would like to improve their English for use in the business world. In each episode there will be some listening practice with comprehension questions to help you improve your understanding of English in the workplace. There will also be tips on how you can improve your communication skills in business settings. Ans ...…
 
Episode 12 of the Japan Station podcast is here and this time we're stomping our way into the world of kaiju. Kevin Derendorf is an expert on the world of giant monster movies and the author of the recently published book Kaiju for Hipsters: 101 "Alternative" Giant Monster Movies. In this episode we discuss: What the word kaiju means The origin ...…
 
In February 2019, primary school children from Matsubara City in Osaka, Japan wrote recorded and edited English podcasts on topics of interest to send out to the world. In this podcast, a girl explains how to play her favourite sport, volleyball.
 
This is a podcast which picks up a few interesting things that have appeared in the news in recent weeks. In this episode we have something on archaeology, health, and science/sport. In archaeology, we find that the bones of a distant relative of humans, homo luzonensis, have been discovered in a cave in the Philippines. You can find out more a ...…
 
This podcast is for those who would like to improve their English for use in the business world. In each episode there will be some listening practice with comprehension questions to help you improve your understanding of English in the workplace. There will also be tips on how you can improve your communication skills in business settings. Ans ...…
 
Episode 11 of the Japan Station podcast is here and this time we're exploring the city of Tokyo. Dr. Steven Heine is the director of the Asian Studies Program at Florida International University and author of the book Sacred High City, Sacred Low City: A Tale of Religious Sites in Two Tokyo Neighborhoods. In this episode we talk about: The hist ...…
 
This is a podcast which picks up a few interesting things that have appeared in the news in recent weeks. In this episode we have something on health, world news, and sport. In health, we see how Professor David Nutt has come up for an interesting idea about alcohol. You can find out more about this remarkable story here: https://www.independen ...…
 
Nino and Cane get back in the saddle and review Captain Marvel, Battle Angel Alita, Captive State, and Us. Also, fuck David. Subscribe to the Salty DX Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/Tatsuhobbit Subscribe to the Salty DX Podcast: Main page - www.saltydx.com RSS Feed - http://www.saltydx.com/rss iTunes - https://itunes.apple.com/us ...…
 
This podcast is for those who would like to improve their English for use in the business world. In each episode there will be some listening practice with comprehension questions to help you improve your understanding of English in the workplace. There will also be tips on how you can improve your communication skills in business settings. Ans ...…
 
In February 2019, primary school children from Matsubara City in Osaka, Japan wrote recorded and edited English podcasts on topics of interest to send out to the world. In this podcast, a girl tells about her favourite singer, Ariana Grande.
 
In February 2019, primary school children from Matsubara City in Osaka, Japan wrote recorded and edited English podcasts on topics of interest to send out to the world. In this podcast, one boy tells us about a Japanese traditional holiday called setsubun (節分), which also happens to be his birthday.
 
Episode ten of the Japan Station podcast is here and this time we're taking a dive into the world of photography. Andrew Faulk is an award-winning Tokyo-based photographer originally from the U.S. who has done work for major publications such as The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and Game Informer. In this episode we talk about how An ...…
 
This is a podcast which picks up a few interesting things that have appeared in the news in recent weeks. In this episode we have something on science, the environment, and sport. In science, we pick up on a previous story, about a discovery made by the spacecraft Hayabusa 2. You can find out more about this interesting story here: http://www.a ...…
 
This is a podcast which picks up a few interesting things that have appeared in the news in recent weeks. In this episode we have something on history, the environment, and science. In history, we learn that Spanish archaeologists are tracking down the location of ships which sunk off the Americas during the colonial era. You can find out more ...…
 
Kyoto is one of the most famous and cultured cities in the world. In this podcast, Hannan University student Ishibashi Yuya explains a little about the history of this great city.
 
Join in on this weeks special Japanese upgrade episode. Review, Learn, or just take what you can from this episode and implement it into your routine this week. The best way to learn is by doing. Word Of The Episode Iro - Color Vocabulary Tall - Takai Short (Low) - Hikui Long - Nagai Short - Mijikai Thick (Cylindrical Object) - Futoi Thin (Cyli ...…
 
Why is the Japanese language difficult? Learn some of the hardest words to pronounce! Practice these and sound like a pro... THIS EPISODES RANDOM PHRASE Daradara Suru = To Be Lazy. Difficult phrases from episode... Can you pronounce them all? Tsutaerarenakatta (couldn’t tell) Shinnryaku (invasion) Shutsuryoku (output power) Ryokou (travel) Atat ...…
 
Episode nine of the Japan Station podcast is here and this time we're talking about the devastating 9.0-magnitude earthquake that struck off the coast of Japan's Tohoku region on March 11, 2011. Richard Lloyd Parry is an award-winning foreign correspondent, the Asia Editor at The Times of London in Tokyo, and author of the book Ghosts of the Ts ...…
 
This is a podcast which picks up a few interesting things that have appeared in the news in recent weeks. In this episode we have something on the environment, science and health. In the environment, we learn about the first confirmed extinction of a mammal due to human induced global warming. You can find out more about this sad story here: ht ...…
 
Learn how to use all the forms of the Japanese Verb "To Eat." To Eat (Taberu) Tabemasu (Present Positive) Sushi wo tabemasu = I eat sushi. Tabemasen (Present Negative) Sushi wo tabemasen = I don’t eat sushi. Tabemashita (Past Positive) Sushi wo tabemashita = I ate sushi. Tabemasendeshita (Past Negative) Sushi wo tabemasendeshita = I did not eat ...…
 
This is a podcast which picks up a few interesting things that have appeared in the news in recent weeks. In this episode we have something from health and the environment. In health, we discover that eating organic food can lead to a reduction of pesticides in our bodies. You can find out more about this here. https://www.theguardian.com/comme ...…
 
Learn all about Chinese food in Japan... And how to properly express the word cold in Japanese. Its a bit different than in English. Check out Jappon: Website: japponline.com Instagram: @japponmedia Youtube: youtube.com/channel/UCN1XV5wmceUffg730hCyTag
 
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