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This Just Anime!
Episode 113: Summer 2022 AwardsCast It's So Cool!

This Just Anime!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 66:56


But seriously though another season is in the books and if you want our take on how it all ended we've got it for you. We're running through our top 5 new and returning titles as well as giving you an abbreviated look at how everything else shook out ranking wise. From there we have our awards to hand out, as always the first few are categories you might recognize on any other awards type show, and the last few most certainly are not. We're talking everything from best directors of the season to shows that probably landed us on government watch lists, and of course handing out the coveted best girl's best friend girl for this season. How did your favorites stack up? Did Edgerunners run away with the whole damn show? You'll have to listen to find out!

Krewe of Japan
Henro SZN: Shikoku & the 88 Temple Pilgrimage ft. Todd Wassel

Krewe of Japan

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 72:01


This week on Krewe of Japan Podcast... don your henro gear, grab your walking stick, & journey to Shikoku for an 800 mile, thousand year old 88 temple pilgrimage with Todd Wassel, author of the travel memoir Walking in Circles! The Krewe & Todd explore the history behind the pilgrimage, personal experiences traversing the island, some can't-miss tips for preparation, and just a general appreciation of the natural beauty of Shikoku as a whole. You don't want to miss this one! ------ About the Krewe ------The Krewe of Japan Podcast is a weekly episodic podcast sponsored by the Japan Society of New Orleans. Check them out every Friday afternoon around noon CST on Apple, Google, Spotify, Amazon, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts.  Want to share your experiences with the Krewe? Or perhaps you have ideas for episodes, feedback, comments, or questions? Let the Krewe know by e-mail at kreweofjapanpodcast@gmail.com or on social media (Twitter: @kreweofjapan, Instagram: @kreweofjapanpodcast, Facebook: Krewe of Japan Podcast Page, TikTok: @kreweofjapanpodcast, & the Krewe of Japan Youtube Channel). Until next time, enjoy!------ More Info on Todd Wassel ------Todd's WebsiteWalking in Circles (Amazon)Todd on TwitterTodd on InstagramShikoku Pilgrimage WebsiteProof Doug Actually did this (Ehime Prefecture Blog)

This Just Anime!
Episode 112: We Have a City to Burn!

This Just Anime!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 58:40


In case you hadn't head Netflix and Studio Trigger just dropped Cyberpunk Edgerunners and we're pretty  damn hyped on the whole thing. This episode is first and foremost a review of the series, we're giving you our first impressions and talking basic stuff before giving ample warning and delving into spoiler territory because holy shit is there a lot to talk about in this show. We're also taking  a look both from a newcomer to the Cyberpunk universe and someone who's a little more familiar with the world, is it faithful? Does it make us want to play the game? What about the table top RPG? Who the hell is Mike Pondsmith? We're getting into all of it so time to chrome up and take on Night City with us. Also in case you missed it power rankings will now be on our socials instead of the site.

Krewe of Japan
Border Closures Couldn't Stop These Visas! ft. Rob Dyer & Allan Richarz

Krewe of Japan

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 84:12


This week on Krewe of Japan Podcast... news of the Japanese borders re-opening to foreign independent-travelling tourists has everyone hyped! While this announcement of visa waivers & removal of daily caps isn't officially official just yet, all things are pointing to this being cemented soon. However, up until this point, 2022 hasn't been the easiest for people trying to get into Japan. However, it wasn't impossible! Doug sits down with special guest hosts (and friends-of-the-podcast) Rob Dyer of The Real Japan & Allan Richarz of Tokyo Confidential Podcast to discuss which visas helped them get into the country, their travels while there, and all the red tape and shocking surprises along the way! ------ About the Krewe ------The Krewe of Japan Podcast is a weekly episodic podcast sponsored by the Japan Society of New Orleans. Check them out every Friday afternoon around noon CST on Apple, Google, Spotify, Amazon, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts.  Want to share your experiences with the Krewe? Or perhaps you have ideas for episodes, feedback, comments, or questions? Let the Krewe know by e-mail at kreweofjapanpodcast@gmail.com or on social media (Twitter: @kreweofjapan, Instagram: @kreweofjapanpodcast, Facebook: Krewe of Japan Podcast Page, TikTok: @kreweofjapanpodcast, & the Krewe of Japan Youtube Channel). Until next time, enjoy!------ More Info on Rob Dyer ------The Real Japan websiteRob's Twitter ProfileHow to Travel in Japan Without Speaking Japanese (Audiobook)Rob's Travel Diary from his Most Recent Trip11 Unique Things to Do in Osaka------ More Info on Allan Richarz ------Allan's Twitter ProfileTokyo Confidential Twitter ProfileTokyo Confidential PodcastAllan's New York Times WorkAllan's Recent Bloomberg Article on Transit Accessibility in Japan

This Just Anime!
Episode 111: Evil Echolocating Anime Villains Oh My!

This Just Anime!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 59:01


We're back after a little bit of a break while life happens outside of the podcast. But we've got a whole bunch of news this week, mostly good but a couple of weird things as well. Bleach is apparently hogging all the voice actor studio time, Nintendo dropped some major bombs in the direct, JoJo is back! and there's a new law in japan that makes it illegal to be paid using a pseudonym which kind of sucks for a lot of creators, and we're talking about all that. We're also resurrecting  an old favorite and bringing back episode of the week/weak. Which shows did we love and hate this week? You'll have to listen to find out. Lastly we have some important info regarding power rankings and the site, so tune in if you're someone who follows those closely.  

B3 - The Boston Bastard Brigade | Video Game Reviews, Pop-Culture Musings, Sports and more! » Podcast

King Baby Duck makes his grand return from the Land of the Rising Sun, and he's got plenty of stories to tell! Hear all about his work with the Cultural Exchange Initiative, alongside the great things about the town of Kani! Plus, our host finally […] The post No Borders No Race: Nippon no Natsu 2022 appeared first on B3 - The Boston Bastard Brigade |.

PuroJazz
Puro Jazz 12 septiembre

PuroJazz

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 59:16


EASTERN REBELLION “MOSAIC” – New York, December 14 & 16, 1990 Sunflower, John’s blues Ralph Moore (ts) Cedar Walton (p) David Williams (b) Billy Higgins (d)             CYRUS CHESTNUT “MY FATHER’S HANDS” – New York, December 14, 2021 Nippon soul connection, Yesterday, Thinking about you Cyrus Chestnut (p) Peter Washington […]

Krewe of Japan
Talking Shonen Anime Series ft. Kyle Hebert

Krewe of Japan

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 50:45


This week on Krewe of Japan Podcast... Doug & Jenn sit down with elite voice actor Kyle Hebert to discuss one of the most popular genres in all of anime: Shonen Anime. Having done countless voices for characters over the years (Adult Gohan in Dragon Ball Z/Super, Kiba in Naruto, Aizen in Bleach... just to name a few), Kyle shares his thoughts on the genre, experiences in voice acting, and tells us why shonen anime is here to stay. PLUS ULTRA!------ About the Krewe ------The Krewe of Japan Podcast is a weekly episodic podcast sponsored by the Japan Society of New Orleans. Check them out every Friday afternoon around noon CST on Apple, Google, Spotify, Amazon, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts.  Want to share your experiences with the Krewe? Or perhaps you have ideas for episodes, feedback, comments, or questions? Let the Krewe know by e-mail at kreweofjapanpodcast@gmail.com or on social media (Twitter: @kreweofjapan, Instagram: @kreweofjapanpodcast, Facebook: Krewe of Japan Podcast Page, TikTok: @kreweofjapanpodcast, & the Krewe of Japan Youtube Channel). Until next time, enjoy!------ More Info on Kyle Hebert ------Kyle Hebert's WebsiteKyle Hebert's Podcast (Intergalactic Boom Box - Apple, Spotify, Overcast)Kyle Hebert on InstagramKyle Hebert on TwitterKyle Hebert on CameoFanX Salt Lake Comic Convention 

Yadnya Investment Academy
Nippon AMC Detailed Analysis | Wonderful Wednesdays | Parimal Ade & Aastha Khurana

Yadnya Investment Academy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 21:31


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Nippon Paper Sues Daio Paper over Toilet Paper Patents

JIJI English News-時事通信英語ニュース-

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 0:11


Nippon Paper Crecia Co. has filed a lawsuit against Daio Paper Corp. for an alleged infringement of its patents for toilet papers with rolls three times as long as conventional products.

Final Round
Final Round #217 - Stray y Nippon Marathon

Final Round

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 89:44


Yukito nos dio de regalo su tiempo y vino a grabar el podcast 217 y nos platico de Stray, este juego que causo furor en su salida! Takumi por su lado trae un juego para jugar con la banda: Nippon Marathon...denle chanceeeeeeeee!!!!

PodCarro
O Toyota Celsior - PodCarro Nippon

PodCarro

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 73:29


O programa de hoje é um passeio pelo que existe de melhor em matéria de sedan japonês, e Rick Lima nos conta tudo sobre o carro que começou a história de sucesso da Lexus na América, o Toyota Celsior, e seu irmão ocidental, o Lexus LS400. Siga o programa nas redes sociais, no @podcarro Nosso PIX: podcarro@gmail.com Texto sobre o "JDM": https://thertlima.medium.com/jdm-1c8c1077ac60 PodCarro FM - Citypop Connection: https://soundcloud.com/zybr5029-gpcfm

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Toyota, Nippon Steel Agree on Big Steel Price Hike

JIJI English News-時事通信英語ニュース-

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 0:08


Toyota Motor Corp. has reached an agreement with Nippon Steel Corp. to drastically raise steel procurement prices, it was learned Thursday.

This Just Anime!
Episode 110: Checkin Vibes and Savin Lives

This Just Anime!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 78:02


This episode is one big vibe check for a whole bunch of titles this season. Mostly returning titles, but we're  covering a few of the new shows this week as well. We're seeing if Overlord, Rent-a-Girlfriend, Shadows House, and Devil is a Part Timer are holding up to the lofty expectations we held for them at the beginning of the season.  We're also talking about the newest Kamen Rider title, Fuuto PI,  for the first time this season. Yurei Deco and Lycoris Recoil round out the episode this week, both shows we were initially hyped on, but we shall see how they're doing with a few more episodes under their belts. So if you dropped off or just want to know what we think about any of these shows then you've come to the right place. 

THE Sales Japan Series by Dale Carnegie Training Tokyo, Japan
305: The Japanese business Glass Permanently Half-Empty

THE Sales Japan Series by Dale Carnegie Training Tokyo, Japan

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 14:15


Many years ago, my job was to help Australian companies crack the Japanese market.  One of the elements of that job was explaining the Japanese business psyche to the Australian businesspeople targeting Nippon.  As you might imagine this wasn't an easy task, as the mindsets are so different.  White colonisation of Australia started in the late 1700s and the first convicts and settlers arrived into a vast continent, without one permanent structure, bridge, road or port.  Aboriginal life was nomadic.  Hunt everything you can in the area around you, then pack everything up and move to the next location. You didn't need modern infrastructure for that lifestyle.    The consequence has been that the culture built up amongst the early English settlers was very much one of “can do” and optimism that they could tame the heat, droughts, fires, cyclones and floods that are part and parcel of life in Australia.  Six generations ago, my ancestors hacked their way through the bush by hand, to create fields for agriculture and to feed the cattle and sheep. If you couldn't take it, you could always go back to Mother England.   Japan is a also country with no shortage of natural calamities.  Earthquakes trigger fires in cities and wooden houses burn quickly.  They also trigger tsunami and these can wipe out entire towns, as we have seen in 2011. Typhoons and floods destroy crops and building.  Floods and landslides are common.  My super wealthy, famous Japanese friend was walking his dog after heavy rain and a wall suddenly collapsed and killed him.  Japan has volcanos as well and recently the well known Sakurajima volcano has had a major eruption.  This tough environment is part and parcel of Japan and there is no Mother England to retreat to – this is it for the Japanese population.  The mindset of the Japanese in my experience is one of the glass is half-empty and life is difficult.   When I was trying to explain the different attitude between the Aussie glass half full and the Japanese glass half empty approach, I found a useful comparison.  I discovered a graph showing the degrees of business optimism in Australia spread over many years.  Fundamentally the Aussies were positive and optimistic.  Japan has regular tankan surveys of business optimism and fundamentally the Japanese scores are usually negative or very low in terms of positivity.  When you compare the graphs, the results are strikingly different.   Historically, when a person working the land in Australia needed to replace an implement, there would be a six month turn around, as the sailing ship went off to Merry Old England and then sailed back with the replacement.  In the interim, people became innovative and flexible about finding a solution.  It created a “can do” mindset, because there was no choice.  So having these problem solving, positive, “can do” Aussies convincing Japanese buyers to start relying on them was a huge job.  I would show them the graph of how basically for the Japanese the glass was always half-empty and so the Aussies should curb their enthusiasm and approach the sale in a different way.   This is a generalisation and it doesn't make it any less true, but Australia is a country of creating things out of nothing and finding solutions and Japan is more one of caution.  Once you understand that the Japanese are not expecting anything spectacular to happen and are more concerned about things going horribly wrong, then you focus on reducing risk, rather than trumpeting your capability and your successes.  This is where track record, data and “smarts” about doing business in Japan come in.    Japan is a graveyard for MVP (Minimum Viable Product) launches.  The product has to be working extremely well, with no defects or problems. If it has any of these issues, the situation becomes problematic very quickly. Similarly, early adopters in business are a small crowd here.  Basically, in business, nobody wants to go first.  “You trial it, we will watch very, very carefully and if it doesn't blow up, we may take a look at it” is the usual ethos.  Note the word “may”, because even if it goes well, they may not take any action.  You don't get into trouble in a Japanese company for not being a path finder. Steady as she goes is preferred to anything smacking of risk taking.   When things go wrong in Australia, then the suppler gets to work to fix it and if some money needs to change hands as a result, then it gets done and everyone moves forward.  In Japan, you have to fix it, but that isn't where it ends.  You have to head around there to apologise in person, bearing gifts and expect to be lambasted for your poor reliability and shoddy work.  You also have to have forensic detail concerning why this problem occurred in the first place and a detailed, clear plan of making sure it never happens again.  Even then you may be removed as a supplier, especially so if you are not genuinely contrite and authentic in your remorse, for having caused the buyer problems.  Never forget, your buyer has their own buyers. If your problem got shared with their part of the food chain, then you have endangered their trust with their own clients.  This is the most disgraceful and egregious error you can make for any Japanese company who values their reputation and they all value their reputation.   Approach the deal with a solid understanding the Japanese side isn't going to get excited about your widget and that they are world champion sceptics.  Emphasise the track record, safeguards, measurement systems, quality control and the worst case scenario plan of action.  Expect to start small, in order to prove what you say is true.  Keep in mind that apart from you, no one is in a hurry to do the deal and so adjust your expectations accordingly

El Garaje Hermético de Máximo Sant
Pedro de la Rosa: El piloto que pudo ser y no fue

El Garaje Hermético de Máximo Sant

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 18:53


Hay quienes dicen que Pedro de la Rosa no tuvo las oportunidades que se merecía. Hay quienes dicen que las tuvo y no las aprovecho. Hay quienes incluso comentan que es “demasiado buen tío” para ser piloto de F1… Voy a desmontar algo que para mí es una leyenda urbana y que en ocasiones me “cabrea”, eso de que Pedro es “demasiado buen tío para ser piloto de F1”. Ganar todo. Siempre se dice que la receta del éxito para llegar a la F1 es ganar todos los campeonatos en los que participes…. Una regla que Pedro siguió al pie de la letra desde el principio. Debuta en 1989 en la Fórmula Fiat con el equipo de la FEA “Ofensiva Uno” y gana el Cto. Pasa a la F-Ford española en 1990 y gana en su primera temporada. Eso mismo año corre algunas pruebas del británico de F-Ford, en el que destacó Senna en su momento, y hace 2 podios en 6 participaciones. En 1991 salta a la F-Renault Española y hace cuarto, para ganar en 1992 en España y en Inglaterra, haciendo doblete. En 1993 y de la mano de la Federación española de automovilismo participa en la F-3 británica dentro del equipo Racing for Spain, terminando 6º con tres podios. En 1995 emigra a Japón para participar en la F3 japonesa y en su primer intento no gana el campeonato… ¡arrasa! Pues gana 8 de 9 carrera. Participa en la Fórmula Nippon casi una antesala de la F1, donde en su segundo año en 1997 vuelve a arrasar. Por la puerta de atrás. En 1998 el equipo Jordan lo ficha como piloto probador. Muchos dicen que es una forma de entrar en la F1 por la puerta de atrás… Compañero de Verstappen. Pedro, fiel a su estilo, debuta con gran éxito: Un punto en su primera carrera. Y muchos diréis, ¿un punto es un gran éxito? En el 2000 continua en Arrows, pero su compañero cambia y sería Verstappen… Jos, el padre del actual campeón del Mundo, Max. Puntúa en dos ocasiones y acaba 16º, por detrás de Jos. Niki el “entrometido”. Para 2001, Pedro no tiene asiento en la F1. Arrows pierde a Repsol y prescinde de Pedro, que ficha como piloto de pruebas de Prost Grand Prix. Pero Niki Lauda se entromete. Niki era consciente de la valía de Pedro y consigue, una vez comenzada la temporada, que le fiche el equipo Jaguar, un proyecto prometedor. El mejor momento. Y en 2005 llega el que quizás sea uno de los mejores momentos de Pedro como piloto, cuando por una lesión de Juan Pablo Montoya, Pedro se convierte en piloto titular en el GP de Baréin, un circuito que no conocía. Acabó quinto, pero consiguió la vuelta rápida en carrera, un récord que, a día de hoy, julio de 2022, sigue vigente. Con la sorpresiva retirada de Montoya, que se va a “hacer las américas” a la NASCAR, algo que nunca entenderé, Pedro se convierte en 2006 en piloto oficial de McLaren. Consigue un segundo puesto el GP de Hungría, dos quintos en Turquía y China y termina el 11º sin haber hecho la temporada completa… la cosa pintaba bien. El vendaval Alonso. ¿Perjudicó Fernando Alonso a Pedro de la Rosa? Pues sí y no, Sí, porque en el fondo le quinto el sitio en McLaren en 2007. No, porque los Mundiales de Alonso habían hecho la F1 mucho más popular en España y, de rebote, a Pedro un piloto quizás más interesante. Aunque se podría decir que realmente quien quito el asiento a Pedro fue Hamilton. Llega Sauber. Sus excelentes resultados, cuando tuvo oportunidad de competir, su magnífico trabajo como piloto probador y la facilidad con el trato, hico que Pedro estuviese a punto de fichar por varios equipos, como el propio McLaren o el Force India. Pero al final fue Sauber quién le ficho… Pirelli y HRT. Pero Pedro consigue seguir ligado a la F1. Dadas sus grandes cualidades Pirelli le ficha como probador para sus nuevos neumáticos. A finales de 2011 arranca un proyecto muy ilusionante para todos los españoles, ¡el primer equipo español de F1!, HRT (Hispania Racing Team), del que Pedro será piloto oficial… El final de su carrera como piloto de F1 lo hace nada menos que en Ferrari donde hizo como siempre una magnífica labor como piloto probador. Y no me olvido su labor como presidente de la Asociación de pilotos de F1 en dos ocasiones. Conclusión. Un palmarés envidiable antes de llegar a la F1, prácticamente 4 temporadas como piloto oficial en equipos de F1, un podio, muchos puntos, sensacionales actuaciones y una ingente labor como piloto probador en equipos de tanto prestigio como Ferrari o McLaren… eso está muy bien, pero tiene más mérito si añades que en un mundillo tan complejo, competitivo y no siempre muy respetuoso como es la F1, no encontrarás a nadie que te hable mal de Pedro de la Rosa. Pedro ha dedicado su vida a la F1. Siento un piloto rápido, sensible, con mentalidad de trabajo en equipo, competitivo con coches que no son F1, como los GT… ¿por qué no se ha dedicado a la resistencia? ¡Que grandísimo piloto de resistencia nos hemos perdido!

THE Presentations Japan Series by Dale Carnegie Training Tokyo, Japan
305: Confidence Sells Your Audience On Your Message

THE Presentations Japan Series by Dale Carnegie Training Tokyo, Japan

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 14:30


I was listening to a recent episode of Victor Antonio's Sales influence Podcast show and one of his guests was quoting some research which showed that assertive and arrogant salespeople did the best when it came to selling.  Their discussion pinned the key factor back to the seller's confidence and belief in what they were proposing.  Being an arrogant presenter isn't going to a formula for success with your audience, so I don't recommend that route.  Being confident however is certainly a winner in the persuasion stakes.  Think about it though, how many of the people you have seen presenting looked totally confident?  I would vouch not too many.   If this is such an important attribute when presenting and it makes perfect sense irrespective of any research on the matter, then why isn't everyone when presenting doing their best to project confidence?  The pendulum tends to sit in the middle.  Not too hot and not too cold and so the presentation and the presenter both become instantly forgettable.  Vanilla style efforts are a formula for obscurity.  This is ironic really because often the intention is to increase the presenter's profile and raise the levels of business credibility being attached to the speaker.  These are important motivations to go to the trouble to prepare a talk and to put one's personal and professional brands out on display for all to evaluate.   How can we project more confidence when presenting?  It sounds too simplistic, but speak louder than normal.  We have to separate our normal work day roles from our speaker role.  We cannot give our talk as if we were chatting over coffee with our colleague.  We have a different set of responsibilities now and we have a greater profile to boot.  The effort to speak louder forces us to raise our energy levels.  This now sets up a transmission of our energy from our position on the stage to the audience members seated in front of us.  They can feel the energy we are projecting.  I don't mean shouting or screaming, but I do mean trying to “throw” your voice.  One thing to help with this is to try and project your voice to the farthest wall not just to the audience members seated in front of you.  Having that distance objective in mind will help to raise your energy level and also your connection with the audience.   Another simplistic sounding piece of advice would be to look at your audience.  In Japan we don't make direct eye contact very often, because it is considered to be confronting.  Again, there is a difference between chatting with a colleague over coffee while not staring them straight in the eye and giving a business presentation.  The roles are different and we have to accept that construct.  When we are the speaker we want to stare straight into the eyes of our audience.   The way to do this is to regulate the length of the eye contact.  Three or four seconds is too short because it doesn't allow us to make that one-on-one personal connection.  If we start holding the eye contact for over seven or eight seconds then the connectivity bridges across into axe murderer, psycho maniac levels of intrusion.  It is too much and it makes people feel very uncomfortable in Japan.  Around six seconds gives us enough connection without too much pressure.  Living in Japan beats the direct eye contact power out of you, so it takes a bit of concentration to suspend the usual societal norms and start making eye contact with strangers.  I would notice it when I went home to Australia and I would find myself avoiding making direct eye contact with people, through force of habit from living here in Nippon for so long.  So it requires confidence and guts in Japan to make eye contact with others in a public forum such as a speech.   When we make the eye contact, we have one thing in our mind.  We want to have the person we are looking at feel as if it were just the two of us in this room and that we are giving them our full concentration.  After about six seconds we shift our gaze to the next person and then we repeat the exercise.  In a forty-minute speech, we could make one-on-one eye contact with four hundred people.  In other words, we could connect with every single member of the audience in most cases and with smaller audiences, we could do this multiple times.   We want to be unpredictable with our eye contact, so we should mix it up, rather than moving along the rows of seated audience members in a linear fashion.  We do this to keep our audience members on their toes and not allow them to zone us out and daydream about picking up the dry cleaning or whatever it is they need to be doing after this talk.  Having the speaker suddenly fix their eyes on you and stare at you while they are talking, definitely wakes you up.   So if we can just change up two things – the power of our voice and eye contact – we can make a big difference to how we are being perceived by the audience.  That high level of confidence will translate into the listeners being more open to believing what we are saying.

Flippin' Bats with Ben Verlander
DAY 8 JAPAN RECAP: SHOHEI OHTANI'S CAREER WITH NIPPON HAM FIGHTERS+ BEN THROWS THE FIRST PITCH AT SAPPORO DOME + JULIO RODRIGUEZ CONTRACT EXTENSION

Flippin' Bats with Ben Verlander

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 21:53


Ben Verlander shares his Day 8 recap and talks about his experience meeting, Shohei Ohtani's mentor and former Nippon Ham Fighers manager, Hideki Kuriyama. Verlander also shares his incredible experience throwing the first pitch and participating in the “Fox Dance” at Sapporo Dome.  Verlander also gives updates on the World Baseball Classic and Tim Anderson's commitment to Team USA. He also talks about rookie sensation, Julio Rodriguez' long-term contract extension with the Mariners.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

NIPPON TOTAL
Vicho goya | nippon total

NIPPON TOTAL

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 48:18


Entrevista con VICHO GOYA ... ¡Comenzamos Nippon Total con Jun Yoshikai, Emmanuel Larraizabal, Duvan Prada y Natalia Danae Martínez! ¡Quédate en Nippon Total! NIPPON TOTAL: Un programa donde fomentamos y difundimos la Cultura Japonesa a través de los ojos de la sociedad y los valores para crear un espacio de apertura y aprendizaje. Conducido por Jun Yoshikay y Natalia Danae. Te esperamos todos los jueves a las 7 pm a través de ADR Networks!

This Just Anime!
Episode 109: Inu-Oh Hell Yeah!

This Just Anime!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 82:50


We're covering a lot of ground on this week's episode so buckle up nerds. Firstly we've got a very special certified RWBY expert joining us today, she's probably familiar if you're a long time listener, to see how RWBY Ice Queendom may or may not be living up to expectations of the fanbase. From there we're making the case for Made in Abyss does it deserve classic status? Is it goated? We think it's got a fighting chance, but we'll let you decide. And for our biggest segment this wee we're bringing you our review of Masaaki Yuasa's new work Inu-Oh. It's billed as a psychedelic hair metal story about feudal japan, and we're here to tell you why you should absolutely jump at the first chance you have to see it either streaming or in theaters. And for our last week's one big thing we have some interesting Kaguya sightings, and a look into an alternate Sailor Moon that maybe never should have been and thankfully wasn't.  

Krewe of Japan
Mid-Season Break Announcement (Back on Sept 9!)

Krewe of Japan

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 1:53


The Krewe is on a short mid-season break until September 9th! We have some great episodes coming down the back-half of season 3. You aren't going to want to miss this. If you haven't already, hit that subscribe button in your favorite podcast app. In the meantime, catch us on social media (info below!), catch up on past episodes you missed, or maybe even catch us at a Japan Society of New Orleans happy hour on Sept 7th for 5pm @ Wetlands Sake! See ya on September 9th!------ About the Krewe ------The Krewe of Japan Podcast is a weekly episodic podcast sponsored by the Japan Society of New Orleans. Check them out every Friday afternoon around noon CST on Apple, Google, Spotify, Amazon, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts.  Want to share your experiences with the Krewe? Or perhaps you have ideas for episodes, feedback, comments, or questions? Let the Krewe know by e-mail at kreweofjapanpodcast@gmail.com or on social media (Twitter: @kreweofjapan, Instagram: @kreweofjapanpodcast, Facebook: Krewe of Japan Podcast Page, TikTok: @kreweofjapanpodcast, & the Krewe of Japan Youtube Channel). Until next time, enjoy!

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Nippon Steel Failed to Report Cyanide Water Leaks

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 0:12


Nippon Steel Corp. has said that it failed to properly report leaks of water containing highly toxic cyanide from a key plant in eastern Japan on 39 occasions from February 2019.

Krewe of Japan
Drifting & Street Racing in Japan ft. Albo Agunday (Part 2)

Krewe of Japan

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 48:21


This week on Krewe of Japan... Picking right back up where that cliff-hanger left off, Part 2 of our 2-part sit-down with Albo Agunday of Albo Media features a more granular deep dive into street racing & drifting in Japan. Albo shares insight into the techniques of drifting and racing, some personal close calls, misconceptions of drifting and street racing in pop culture, considerations that come with a street racing car (maintenance & costs), and so much more! ------ About the Krewe ------The Krewe of Japan Podcast is a weekly episodic podcast sponsored by the Japan Society of New Orleans. Check them out every Friday afternoon around noon CST on Apple, Google, Spotify, Amazon, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts.  Want to share your experiences with the Krewe? Or perhaps you have ideas for episodes, feedback, comments, or questions? Let the Krewe know by e-mail at kreweofjapanpodcast@gmail.com or on social media (Twitter: @kreweofjapan, Instagram: @kreweofjapanpodcast, Facebook: Krewe of Japan Podcast Page, & the Krewe of Japan Youtube Channel). Until next time, enjoy!------ More Info on Albo & Albo Media ------Albo Media on YouTubeAlbo Media on InstagramAlbo Media on PatreonAlbo Media on TwitterDrift Hunter Documentary on Facebook 

echtgeld.tv - Geldanlage, Börse, Altersvorsorge, Aktien, Fonds, ETF
egtv #220 - Aktien aus Japan - Teil 3 mit Jonathan Neuscheler | Daikin, Keyence, Makita, Nippon Sanso & Shimano

echtgeld.tv - Geldanlage, Börse, Altersvorsorge, Aktien, Fonds, ETF

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 62:04


**Leider hatten wir bei dieser Aufnahme kurz Probleme mit der Tonqualität** Tobias Kramer war diese Woche zum dritten Mal in diesem Jahr virtuell in Japan, während Christian W. Röhl ganz real aus den USA nach Deutschland zurückflog. Als Reisebegleitung war daher Jonathan Neuscheler von Abilitato eingeladen, der in den letzten Monaten immer wieder auf spannende Investments in Japan geschaut und dabei auch eine eigene "Einführung für Aktionäre" geschrieben hat. In der Sendung geht es um oft gewünschte Dividendenaktien aber auch um Klimawandel- und Corona-Profiteure! Klimaanlagen, Wärmepumpen, Werkzeuge für Handwerker und Baumärkte, Wasserstoff und weitere Industriegase sowie Fahrräder und Fahrradkomponenten - das sind allesamt Produkte, mit denen japanische Unternehmen zum Teil Weltmarktführer geworden sind.

This Just Anime!
Episode 108: Authentic Australian Italian Dogs

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 54:05


This title has very little to do with what we're talking about, but Cory does have a weird story about Bluey The Dog and Attack On Titan. The main focus of the episode however is this. With Anime Expo and CRX both concluded we have a whole ton of new trailers, teasers, and generally exciting announcements for new and returning shows. We've mentioned a lot of new titles as they get new info, so this episode is all about the new season of returning titles we are hyped for. We've got a pretty stellar lineup next season as well as seasons yet to come, but which titles are we most excited about? Let's find out! 

Cubicorn Games Podcast
News from Nippon 8-10-22

Cubicorn Games Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 88:41


In this wide-ranging unscheduled episode, we convene a roundtable to discuss life in Japan in the pandemic era, theme parks around the globe, Puerto Rican statehood, anticipation for Street Fighter 6 and Evo 2022. 

Krewe of Japan
Drifting & Street Racing in Japan ft. Albo Agunday (Part 1)

Krewe of Japan

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 52:37


This week on Krewe of Japan... Buckle up! In Part 1 of a 2-part series, we are hopping in the passenger seat of a Cyber S-2000 for a crash course in drifting & street racing in Japan. Jenn & Doug are joined by YouTuber and self-proclaimed Drift Hunter Albo Agunday of Albo Media to talk his interest in Japanese car culture, how he managed to break into the racing scene in Japan, & how he turned his interest into a booming YouTube channel... AND SO MUCH MORE! VROOM VROOM! Stay tuned for Part 2 next week where we get more into the technique involved, cost considerations, & more!------ About the Krewe ------The Krewe of Japan Podcast is a weekly episodic podcast sponsored by the Japan Society of New Orleans. Check them out every Friday afternoon around noon CST on Apple, Google, Spotify, Amazon, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts.  Want to share your experiences with the Krewe? Or perhaps you have ideas for episodes, feedback, comments, or questions? Let the Krewe know by e-mail at kreweofjapanpodcast@gmail.com or on social media (Twitter: @kreweofjapan, Instagram: @kreweofjapanpodcast, Facebook: Krewe of Japan Podcast Page, & the Krewe of Japan Youtube Channel). Until next time, enjoy!------ More Info on Albo & Albo Media ------Albo Media on YouTubeAlbo Media on InstagramAlbo Media on PatreonAlbo Media on TwitterDrift Hunter Documentary on Facebook 

This Just Anime!
Episode 108: Vacation PowerCast!! Summer 2022

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 105:11


Apologies in advance for sort of a rough edit on this one, and a big thank you to Madeline for reading our disclaimer at the beginning. Cory is on vacation and away from his usual setup to record, he also forgot a couple of important files, but since its the  PowerCast we didn't want to wait and so we're giving it to you straight, mistakes and all.  With that out of the way this is the same old PowerCast you know and love. We're running through every new title this season and giving it a once sentence summarty. We've broken them down into tiers from s to f, and we also cherry pick a title or two from each tier and try to justify why we placed it there. And don't worry we haven't forgotten about all the fantastic returning titles this summer, Is Shadows House still good? Did they screw up Devil is a Part Timer? We don't know but we sure like to talk about it. And if you want a visual to follow along with, rankings are live over on the site as well!

Krewe of Japan
Cajun-Creole Dining in Japan ft. CC Haydel of Bistro New Orleans

Krewe of Japan

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 77:32


This week on Krewe of Japan... The Krewe talks New Orleans cuisine in Japan! Jenn & Doug take a virtual/audio trip to Osaka to get a sample of the popular Cajun-Creole cuisine of Bistro New Orleans, a restaurant owned by New Orleans-native CC Haydel. CC shares how he got into the restaurant & hospitality industry in Japan, the challenges that come with running a New Orleans restaurant not based in New Orleans, and deep dives into his menu and some of his dishes.  From Jambalaya and dirty rice to gumbo and bread pudding, Bistro New Orleans has got it all! Yeah, you right! (You'll get this reference soon enough...)------ About the Krewe ------The Krewe of Japan Podcast is a weekly episodic podcast sponsored by the Japan Society of New Orleans. Check them out every Friday afternoon around noon CST on Apple, Google, Spotify, Amazon, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts.  Want to share your experiences with the Krewe? Or perhaps you have ideas for episodes, feedback, comments, or questions? Let the Krewe know by e-mail at kreweofjapanpodcast@gmail.com or on social media (Twitter: @kreweofjapan, Instagram: @kreweofjapanpodcast, Facebook: Krewe of Japan Podcast Page, & the Krewe of Japan Youtube Channel). Until next time, enjoy!------ More Info on CC Haydel & Bistro New Orleans ------Bistro New Orleans's WebsiteBistro New Orleans on TwitterBistro New Orleans on InstagramBistro New Orleans on YouTubeCC Haydel on TwitterCC Haydel on Instagram

This Just Anime!
Episode 107: Richard the TV Genie Who Only Grants Wishes About Anime

This Just Anime!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 60:30


We've got a whole bunch of exciting San Diego Comicon reveals for a variety of project we certainly didn't see coming (as well as a few things we maybe did). So of course we'll be taking our first segment to cover them. From there we've got a bit of a twist on our isekai roundup. We're talking this season's isekai, but also the genre as a whole. Is there anything wrong with it? Is this the best it's ever been? Does it need fixing? Who knows, but we're gonna do our best to find out. And in our last segment we'll explain the rather odd title for this week's episode and talk through some theoretical genie wishes to better animekind. Powercast drops next week so get ready for a big one!

Think in Japanese すったもんだカルチャー
小学生のかばんが重すぎる問題

Think in Japanese すったもんだカルチャー

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 26:45


今回は「重すぎるランドセルが“キャスター付き”に! 小学生が考案した「さんぽセル」に反響」(NIPPON.COM2021.11.25掲載)の記事を話題に、小学生が持つカバンの重さについて、そしてその問題を解決するために考えられた新商品についておしゃべりします。 https://www.nippon.com/ja/news/fnn20211125270191/

Krewe of Japan
Japanese Pro Wrestling ft. Baliyan Akki (Part 2)

Krewe of Japan

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 46:15


This week on Krewe of Japan... the Krewe steps back in the ring with ChocoPro's Champion Baliyan Akki for the 2nd half of our 2-Part Special exploring Japanese Pro Wrestling! In Part 2, Akki shares with Jenn & Doug stories from his early days of navigating the Japanese wrestling scene, how he ended up in Gatoh Move, what makes Japanese Pro Wrestling different from other wrestling scenes around the world, and how ChocoPro emerged (and excelled) out of the dark times at the start of the pandemic... and so much more! ------ About the Krewe ------The Krewe of Japan Podcast is a weekly episodic podcast sponsored by the Japan Society of New Orleans. Check them out every Friday afternoon around noon CST on Apple, Google, Spotify, Amazon, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts.  Want to share your experiences with the Krewe? Or perhaps you have ideas for episodes, feedback, comments, or questions? Let the Krewe know by e-mail at kreweofjapanpodcast@gmail.com or on social media (Twitter: @kreweofjapan, Instagram: @kreweofjapanpodcast, Facebook: Krewe of Japan Podcast Page, & the Krewe of Japan Youtube Channel). Until next time, enjoy!------ More Info on Baliyan Akki ------Baliyan Akki's TwitterBaliyan Akki's InstagramChocoPro's YouTube Channel (No Paywall)ChocoPro Merch & SupportGatoh Move's WebsiteGatoh Move/ChocoPro Twitter (ENG)Gatoh Move/ChocoPro Twitter (JP)

This Just Anime!
Episode 106: Liden Films Looking Good?

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