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Best Voices In Japan podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Voices In Japan podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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Discover what Japan is REALLY like. Every week, join Burke and Ben, as they share their personal experiences and opinions about living in Japan, covering all topics such as working, studying Japanese, customs, holidays, traditions and much much more. Whatever you want to know about Japan, you can find it here.
 
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.
 
Crave a podcast that goes in-depth on the hotbed that is the Japanese pro wrestling scene? If so, the Eastern Lariat podcast from the MLW Radio Network is for you! Hosted by STRIGGA of Purolove.com and Cagematch.net and Dylan Harris of MLW's Lucha Talk, this bi-weekly podcast series explores the Japanese pro wrestling landscape with analysis, reviews and news on New Japan Pro Wrestling and beyond. Be introduced to new companies and their style of wrestling, insight on their business, wrestle ...
 
Now you can experience the fascinating world of Mercedes-Benz in a podcast. Sit back, relax and let the voices of our professional readers take you on a journey into the future of mobility: featuring exclusive and exciting contributions concerning the latest models and innovations, as well as insights into the development of electric mobility and so much more!
 
From iHeartRadio and the makers of Whetstone Magazine comes Point of Origin, a podcast about the world of food, worldwide. Each week we travel to different countries exploring culture through food, examining its past and present, and what it teaches us about who we are and how we came to be. Join host Whetstone co-founder Stephen Satterfield as he connects with those most immersed in defining and preserving global foodways. Along the way we’re drinking natural wine in Australia, sipping tea ...
 
Kizuna True Voice Connection To Life is actually two internet radio shows; one in English and the other broadcast in Japanese! These shows are intended to create and expand heartfelt encouraging community through True Voice over internet radio, and to uplift people who are challenged by the quake in Japan. Ami Max, the shows creator and host shares messages and heartfelt stories from everyday living, with friends and others like minded participant connecting through True Voice. Kizuna is our ...
 
A podcast about love and life, stories of unconventional, untethered and sometimes unreturned love.Hosted by Rev. Liliana Barzola, founder of Lotus Lantern Healing Arts. She resides in Oregon with her Saint Bernard and is happily paired with her badass lover.Rev. Liliana Barzola has conducted over 20,000 in-person and phone intuitive sessions, and taught over 600 students, since 2002. Her practice, Lotus Lantern Healing Arts, has an international clientele including individuals in Australia, ...
 
www.knowthename.com SHARON LYNN WYETH graduated from the University of Redlands with a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics at the age of twenty. She began teaching that same year in a public Junior High School in California. During her three years there, she obtained her Master of Arts degree from Azusa-Pacific University in education administration with an emphasis in math. After her initial teaching assignment, Sharón moved to Germany where she taught for the Department of Defense Sc ...
 
Over a million and a half non-Koreans call South Korea home. This number grows every year as the country continues to internationalize through travel, investment, finance, IT, culture, technology, and other sectors. At the center of it all lies Seoul, among the largest metro areas in the world. This podcast is a showcase of the diversity of the city and the surrounding areas. Visit our website for a complete list of shows, show notes, transcripts, and more at http://www.settlersofseoul.com C ...
 
Miha Ciglar - (text by Luka Zagori?nik)Miha Ciglar, a sound engineer and sound artist, has in the recent years devoted his musical efforts to the sound research of feedback and to environment creation, into which he positions, besides the technology and objects, also his own body. Often producing ‘sound objects’ out of everyday objects, Ciglar places into the electric circuit a round glass container, for example, filled with water or soapsuds, or a television screen, while modulating the con ...
 
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If you want to talk about decolonizing museums and other knowledge institutions in this world then you need to speak with those who preserve, produce, and pass on culture. In the fascinating and complex case of the Maasai and their engagement with museums in the UK, it is women who play an essential role in knowing about what an artifact is, how it…
 
In the war for talent, high potential employees are one of any organisation's most valuable resources. They have what it takes to succeed, tackle difficult projects, and eventually function as a leader within your organisation. However, if they are not engaged or properly motivated, they will often times leave in search of more challenging or fulfi…
 
Jay Dedman joins me on the podcast today from his home in Western Virginia, where land is plentiful and incomes are on average a bit lower than in the big city. What is happening in rural America during this global emegency, what does he see and what can we decipher when comparing countries, cities, counties, leaders, culture… any and all of it. Al…
 
In this episode the Eastern Lariat crew first catches up on Big Japan Pro Wrestling from late February and early March where they put on one of the best shows of the year in Korakuen Hall to start their Strong Climb Tournament. From there STRIGGA & Dylan talk about saftey measures in the current Coronavirus crisis that are applied by most groups ru…
 
Six Ways Leaders Can Find Their Voice Why are so few business leaders good communicators, given all the education they have received, starting at varsity and then later, through their organisations? Here are six things to work on. When we speak using a monotone delivery, placing equal stress on each word, regretably, our audience just tunes us out.…
 
CoVid19 & Radiation are both existential threats on different time lines - and the virus has been impacting nuclear issues around the world. Mary Olson on Gender & Age-based Radiation Dangers - women and children, especially little girls, are more at risk than the adult male model used to measure radiation damage + OLYMPIC TORCH RUN CANCELED IN GRE…
 
Mike from New Zealand and Tomoko from Japan join the podcast for the second time. On today's show they talk about their 6 month trip, in 2019, through all 47 prefectures in Japan. We talk about the amazing free campsites that they found online, working at a hotel for 2 months, favourite places they visited, Burke talks about his time living in Mie,…
 
Natural wine is farmed organically biodynamically, using permaculture, and made without adding or removing anything in the cellar. No additives or processing aids are used, and the naturally occurring fermentation process is kept to a minimum. Neither fining nor filtration are used. The result is a wine that’s truly “alive”, full of naturally occur…
 
The 150th episode of The Eastern Lariat Podcast starts with Dylan going over his March Madness Tournament that you can vote for on Twitter at @EasternLariat. In the second half of the show Dylan changes gears as he represents Pro Wrestling NOAH while STRIGGA is an executive of All Japan Pro Wrestling. With WRESTLE-1 closing down it looks like that …
 
As someone living with terminal cancer, Matthew Dons is not one who would panic in the face of a global pandemic. From his home in Tokyo he joins us on the podcast today to talk about what is happening in Japan, but also what it is like to be a person with a compromised immune system in the midst of the international corona virus crisis. Listen and…
 
It has always been astonishing to me how hopeless salespeople are in Japan. Over the last 20 years, I have been through thousands of job interviews with salespeople. We teach sales for our clients and so we see a very broad gamut of salespeople. We also buy services and products and so are actively on the receiving end of the sales process. Well ac…
 
On this episode of the Voices in Japan podcast, Ben and Burke are joined by Mike from New Zealand and Tomoko from Japan. While neither one of them is originally from Hokkaido, they are managing the Rusutsu Lodges (a pension-style accommodation at the Rusutsu Ski Resort.) Mike and Tomoko introduce the area, which is one of the latest ski mountains i…
 
The main event of Puroresu March Madness! Dylan's covering the Heavyweights and this time he's joined by "The King of Banter" himself! Joe Lanza from Voices of Wrestling! We go through our entire brackets and face off for the first time ever over multiple competitors and try to figure out classic Cinderella stories in College Basketball such as Geo…
 
Joshi March Madness! Dylan's back with Eric from The Joshi Pod who graciously took the time before his trip to Japan to reclaim his spot as the Pure Heart specialist, breaking down the full Bracket for the Joshi March Madness. We go through the whole bracket and give our picks throughout. Thank you all who listen and support the show and continue t…
 
It's inevitable - at some point disagreements are going to come up in the workplace. Power struggles, political plays, sectionalism, siloism – the list goes on regarding sources of organizational conflict. As we all know, disagreements can get heated quickly and it can be difficult to put aside our opinions and biases in order to handle the situati…
 
To celebrate the first ever March Madness, Dylan is hosting a series of shows breaking down the entire Brackets of the 3 categorized tournaments. For this episode Dylan is joined by special guest Izzac Mackenroth of Puro in the Roth to deep dive the Jr. Heavyweight Puroresu March Madness bracket, filling out every match in all four regions and pick…
 
Yuki joins us again to talk about the senpai-kohai system. This senior-junior culture, underlies practically all relationships in Japanese society such as schools, offices, clubs, organizations and almost any other setting where groups are involved. Who is the senpai and who is the kohai is determined by the time you enter an organization. It is mo…
 
Travel with us to the rolling hills of Sri Lanka and the high mountains of Taiwan to sample teas and learn about their origins. We explore how decisions like harvesting, processing and fermentation impart flavor, and how its consumption is deeply ingrained in Asian cultures. Meet our guests Elena Liao from Te Company a premium tearoom in New York C…
 
This week The Eastern Lariat tries to unravel the bundle of event cancellations in Japan due to the Coronavirus outbreak while explaining the reasons behind WRESTLE-1 closing down. Another major topic of course is Tokyo Sports breaking the story of meetings between All Japan Pro Wrestling and World Wrestling Entertainment and the involvement of Jun…
 
After the governor of Hokkaido announces a state of emergency in the prefecture due to the worsening situation with the novel coronavirus, Ben and Burke take a look at the actual reaction they are seeing from the people in Sapporo, and the way that the virus has been affecting Japan overall. Who knew toilet paper would become the next great commodi…
 
Seven Key Things For The Start Of Your Presentation Question: how long does it take you on average to form a first impression of someone? My presentation training participants tell me “two seconds”. I was thinking, “what does this mean for the speaker?”. It could be in the boardroom, the meeting room, at the networking event, a public presentation …
 
Do Japanese people eat sushi every day? Do they all enjoy eating whale meat and dolphins? Does everyone in Japan know martial arts? On this episode, Ben and Burke are joined by Yuki to discuss several stereotypes about Japanese people, and to look at some of the stereotypes that Japanese people have about foreigners based on how life outside of Jap…
 
Point of Origin Season 2 kicks off by honoring Black History Month. We’re exploring Nigerian foodways, what Naija is and how it’s expressed through food. Chefs Tunde Wey, Yewande Komolafe, and Michael Ade Elebede join us to discuss the origin of Nigerian dishes, and how they champion their food to interrogate systems of power. See more. Learn more …
 
iHeartRadio and Whetstone Magazine's Point of Origin is back. On February 26, join host Whetstone co-founder Stephen Satterfield as he connects with the people most immersed in defining and preserving global foodways. Along the way we’re drinking natural wine in Australia, sipping tea — Taiwanese Oolong and Sri Lankan Ceylon — and eating frejon, a …
 
What To Do & Not To Do In Sales He slid effortlessly into the chair and before I knew it, he had popped open the oyster shell of his laptop and was pointing his screen menacingly in my direction. Uh oh! Powerpoint slide after powerpoint slide bombarded me with detailed data, specs, diagrams and text information. After 20 minutes he stopped the tort…
 
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