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Best Shibuya podcasts we could find (Updated October 2019)
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8-4 Play
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Every other week, tune into 8-4 Play for talk about Japan, video games, and Japanese video games, straight from the 8-4 offices in beautiful downtown Tokyo. Featuring the sultry voices of 8-4's own Mark MacDonald, John Ricciardi, Hiroko Minamoto, Justin "JJ" Epperson, Roy Blakely, Sarah Podzorski, and Graeme Howard.
 
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8-4 Play
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Every other week, tune into 8-4 Play for talk about Japan, video games, and Japanese video games, straight from the 8-4 offices in beautiful downtown Tokyo. Featuring the sultry voices of 8-4's own Mark MacDonald, John Ricciardi, Hiroko Minamoto, Justin "JJ" Epperson, Roy Blakely, Sarah Podzorski, and Graeme Howard.
 
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EYE + I
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EYE + I is an invitation to see the everyday in a new light; a gentle push to look beyond what we’ve been told to believe, to discover our own truth. Who are we meant to be? How can we better connect with our heart, and see past the limitations we place upon ourselves? Join artist and spiritual thinker Satsuki Shibuya on a journey of freeing the soul and connecting back to one's pure essence.
 
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Living Japan
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Living Japan discusses modern Japanese culture, social issues, current events and news, and many other Japan related topics. We aim to appeal to people who have lots of experience and knowledge on Japan as to those who are just beginning to learn about Japan or are thinking of coming here for short or long term stays. On the web, you can find us at livingjapanpodcast.wordpress.com Email us any questions or comments at livingjapanpodcast@gmail.com Thanks for listening!
 
Chris Mccottry is a pastor at Tokyo Baptist Church in Shibuya, Japan.TBC Next Generation is the youth and young adult ministry of Tokyo Baptist Church. TBC Next Generation exists to MAGNIFY Christ, by REACHING our generation with His gospel, CONNECTING them to His church, EQUIPPING them to do His work of MAKING disciples of all nations.
 
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Bloody Tokyo
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The world you know is a lie. It hides the truth. Behind the neon lights lurk dark shadows that feed on those that stray to close. In the heart of Tokyo walk creatures never mentioned in the guidebooks. Creatures that need the blood of the living. From Shinjuku to Shibuya the undead are the hidden power that controll this city. Learn the hidden truth in future chapters of the new narrative podcast from independent author Brent Thomas. Learn the truth of Bloody Tokyo.
 
The Creativity Habit Podcast is the practice behind the art and the story behind the artist. No B.S. No fluff. Just what's true. The insight, advice, and stories of successful artists. Every episode.
 
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Novel Not New
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Novel Not New is a visual novel game club with a queer focus and a casual bent. Every month, join Jen Unkle, Colin Detmar, and Em Marko for a critical and fun conversation about a new visual novel game. Our favorites will be dated, murders will be solved, lives will be lived, and all bad ends will be expunged from memory as we read our way through this most literary of video game genres. Novel is right in the name!
 
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Japan This Week
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A weekly roundup of the week's biggest — and smallest — national news, crime, politics and entertainment stories from Japan Today with a dash of opinionated commentary and a sprinkling of readers' comments. Ready for you every Friday evening (JST).
 
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Liquid Sessions
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The finest in Liquid Drum & Bass, Dubstep, and Hip Hop
 
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An epic typhoon looms over Tokyo, but there's still gaming news to cover! We grab some cans and discuss, while trying to not worry about the impending F5.
 
An epic typhoon looms over Tokyo, but there's still gaming news to cover! We grab some cans and discuss, while trying to not worry about the impending F5.
 
when jen was eight her father died. the last words she said to him were “I hate you.” those words would haunt her well into adulthood as she found herself dropping out of NYU as an english major, working as a waitress for 14 years while “pursuing” acting and dead-end relationships, and falling deeper into depression. the day she began taking an ...…
 
In the wake of TGS, a slime draws near—and a new Zelda, too!
 
In the wake of TGS, a slime draws near—and a new Zelda, too!
 
We’re back with the first game of a new era, an era when we can click on things and solve puzzles in addition to just reading games. Join us as we explore the strange new world of magic and the afterlife with WadjetEye’s adventure game/bioware style RPG with Unavowed! This Month's Game! Unavowed Next Month's Game! 80 Days You can support Jen an ...…
 
On this extra special (and rowdy) episode, a cavalcade of guests stop by the towers to share their TGS experiences.
 
On this extra special (and rowdy) episode, a cavalcade of guests stop by the towers to share their TGS experiences.
 
we all get thrown off course. sometimes it’s the teacher who told us we weren’t any good. or the school that rejected our application. or the job we didn’t get. or the launch where no one bought. it’s different for everyone but everyone has some version of this story. for araki it was when she was 16 and, after having devoted a childhood to mak ...…
 
This week we put down our curry on rice to spoon-feed you all the announcements from the latest Nintendo Direct!
 
This week we put down our curry on rice to spoon-feed you all the announcements from the latest Nintendo Direct!
 
painter and writer, lindsay king, is devoted to love: self-love, unconditional love, and spreading love. it's her art, her business, and her purpose. in her own words, my “intention is to create meaningful work that carries the energy of love and healing. Asking to be a clear conduit for messages of love to move into the paint and fibers of the ...…
 
Book Off. Hard Off. Hilarious names? Yes. Are they hiding a dark secret? Find out, in the latest 8-4 play. (Uh, we also talk about Death Stranding and some MMOs.)
 
Book Off. Hard Off. Hilarious names? Yes. Are they hiding a dark secret? Find out, in the latest 8-4 play. (Uh, we also talk about Death Stranding and some MMOs.)
 
It’s hard enough to feel worthy and good about oneself just being a human in a big, uncertain world. But for Kaylani, it was even harder. Born to a black father and a Filipino mother, Kaylani never felt like she belonged. She was bullied in school and at home. The messages she received about her worth and inherent goodness were twisted and crue ...…
 
After many months off we return with one of the longest games we’ve covered, and boy are our arms tired. What does it mean when a game has all the stories in it? Does live action convey anything special to narrative past charm at some hokey acting? Can glossary text single-handedly save a game? All this and more as we spiral out from diet drink ...…
 
This week we heat things up with some Fire Emblem, and then cool off with some ice cream.
 
This week we heat things up with some Fire Emblem, and then cool off with some ice cream.
 
Catherine Just started using drugs and alcohol when she was 13. By 18 she was addicted to crystal meth. Then one day, in the throes of addiction, she heard a voice. It said, “There’s more to this life than what you’re living.” Something in Catherine woke up and she got sober. She "checked herself into art school" where she immersed herself in d ...…
 
This week we are joined by bourbon smugglin', retro game playin' friend-of-the-show Rob Fox.
 
This week we are joined by bourbon smugglin', retro game playin' friend-of-the-show Rob Fox.
 
Lisa Hsieh was a clothing designer before she was a mom. She made clothes that looked good on thin people, slit maxi skirts and crop tops, clothes that were crisp, clean, and sharp —conditioned by the fashion industry that she had worked in for a decade. Then she became a mama and everything changed. It was time to let go of all that had come b ...…
 
Join us as we talk making Marios, doctoring Marios, and Mario's new turquoise vacation home.
 
Join us as we talk making Marios, doctoring Marios, and Mario's new turquoise vacation home.
 
Brooke Shaden has clarity. She knows why she’s making. And that why pervades everything. The why is her legacy, her message, her brand. Brooke’s why is to inspire creativity in others. When you have that kind of clarity you don’t worry about changing creative direction or trying out a new medium. You don’t concern yourself with those who rail a ...…
 
This week we talk about boogieing in Cadence of Hyrule, lawyering in Judgment, and sitting in Bloodstained. Who doesn't love a good sit?
 
This week we talk about boogieing in Cadence of Hyrule, lawyering in Judgment, and sitting in Bloodstained. Who doesn't love a good sit?
 
This week we attempt to summarize the avalanche of news from E3 into a 2 hour podcast. Can we even come close? Find out now!
 
This week we attempt to summarize the avalanche of news from E3 into a 2 hour podcast. Can we even come close? Find out now!
 
ALL ABOOOOOOOOARD! The #E3HYPETRAIN is leaving the station!
 
ALL ABOOOOOOOOARD! The #E3HYPETRAIN is leaving the station!
 
It’s time to die and time to not let that stop us as we explore the tangled web of intrigue in this small narrative RPG Maker mystery. Do novel character-hopping abilities make up for the rough seas of buggy games, or is this one particular love boat run aground? The winds blow both ways this month. Boat puns! This Month's Game! Why Am I Dead a ...…
 
In this week's news from Japan Today: The Japanese government wants companies to hire employees until age 70 as part of measures to address a severe labor shortage amid Japan's rapidly graying population; Nissan this week reported that its annual profit nose-dived 57.3% to less than half of what it earned the previous year, and forecast even di ...…
 
With BitSummit fast approaching, we invite John Davis on the show to talk shop and how he could probably use a nap.
 
With BitSummit fast approaching, we invite John Davis on the show to talk shop and how he could probably use a nap.
 
In this week's news from Japan Today: Two preschoolers were killed and a dozen injured when they were rammed by a car in Shiga Prefecture; verbal abuse and threats by a teacher have been blamed for the suicide of a junior high school girl in Ibaraki Prefecture; two teenagers were arrested for stringing a rope across a road in Osaka Prefecture a ...…
 
For a very casual Golden Week episode, we talk about what we've been playing, and reflect on the games that made Heisei great.
 
For a very casual Golden Week episode, we talk about what we've been playing, and reflect on the games that made Heisei great.
 
In this week's news from Japan Today: A very quick scan of headlines in Japan this week and then a look back at the last 30 years of Emperor Akihito’s reign and events that shaped the Heisei era, including: the bubble bursts; the earthquake emperor; revolving door politics, criminal minds, fashion pops, toilet technology plus readers look back ...…
 
With the next gen looming overhead, special guest Justin Massongill of the Playstation Blog joins us to talk about easy modes and different ways to watch Game of Thrones abroad.
 
With the next gen looming overhead, special guest Justin Massongill of the Playstation Blog joins us to talk about easy modes and different ways to watch Game of Thrones abroad.
 
In this week's news from Japan Today: A survey of foreigners in Tokyo released this week reports that 50% of respondents have faced discrimination; Donald Trump plans to watch a sumo tournament when visiting Japan in May — and might present the winner’s trophy; a woman was arrested in Saitama Prefecture after giving birth in a 7-Eleven restroom ...…
 
We go into the distant past of the 1980s to explore the very origins of both Japanese adventure games and visual novels with Yuji Horii’s incredibly influential Portopia Serial Murder Case. From Phoenix Wright to Metal Gear, so much of gaming started with this one quiet murder and the exploration along the waterfront. Join us for a surprisingly ...…
 
In this week's news from Japan Today: Former Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn released a video message proclaiming his innocence via his lawyer that he recorded before he was arrested; the minister responsible for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics has resigned after comments deemed insulting to people in the Tohoku area who suffered after the 2011 earthquake and ...…
 
Jesh de Rox is, at heart, an explorer. He's spent his life asking the big questions: the ones that help make sense of who we are and why we're here. And he's built several very successful businesses in photography, thought leadership, and business coaching, around the same two things: joy and personal growth. Jesh's work has been featured in Vo ...…
 
In this week's news from Japan Today: Former Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn is back in a Tokyo jail tonight facing new financial misconduct charges; the new era name for Crown Prince Naruhito’s ascension to the throne next month has been announced — and not everyone is happy; after a recent survey, the Japan Tourism Agency wants transit and tourist i ...…
 
Special guest Cory Schmitz joins us to talk Sekiro, Ace Combat 7, and all the latest news!
 
Special guest Cory Schmitz joins us to talk Sekiro, Ace Combat 7, and all the latest news!
 
Satsuki Shibuya is a painter, poet, and spiritual guide. She is also the first repeat guest on The Creativity Habit Podcast. In this second conversation, we dive into the heart and mind of this spiritual thinker. We talk about love and purpose, flow and discipline, creativity and truth. It’s both profoundly spiritual and very practical. Some th ...…
 
In this week's news from Japan Today: A new era in Japan starts in May — literally — as the country’s current emperor abdicates and his son takes the throne; a university in Tokyo has lost contact with 1,400 of its foreign students; the city of Kamakura in Kanagawa Prefecture is issuing a city-wide ordinance against people walking while eating; ...…
 
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