It’s all fun and games until someone falls in love.
By Anthony Joh on October 26, 2014
Dear Japan, just removing the ashtray does not make suddenly make it non-smoking.
By Anthony Joh on October 13, 2014
Grab your boots and cowboy hat as we go a little country on this episode of the GPod.
By Anthony Joh on August 31, 2014
On this episode of the GPod, Anthony Joh talks to Grace Buchele Mineta about her new comic book, My Japanese Husband Thinks I’m Crazy.
By Anthony Joh on August 11, 2014
After a short break Anthony Joh is back on the air with another episode of the GPod. On this show he reviews some of the other great podcasts about Japan.
By Anthony Joh on June 1, 2014
Mitsugi and Chiaki from the Anime Addicts Anonymous Podcast are on the GPod to discuss their top five landmark films that have helped define the world of anime.
By Anthony Joh on April 18, 2014
In this show we talk about the negatives and positives of teaching English in Japan at a large and small eikaiwa school.
By Anthony Joh on April 2, 2014
An American Piano is based on the true story of a young Japanese girl who played the piano for POWs during WWII and how it affected their lives.
By Anthony Joh on March 18, 2014
On this show Anthony is joined by WHILL engineer Atushi Mizushima and brand evangelist Julia Olson to talk about the impact the WHILL type-A is having on wheelchair users and the public’s perception of people in wheelchairs.
By Anthony Joh on March 10, 2014
More than just two big guys in diapers, sumo is considered by many to be Japan’s unofficial national sport. With a long history, complex rituals and spectacular matches, sumo is a fascinating journey into the heart and soul of Japan.
By Anthony Joh on March 3, 2014
We continue our Japanese Language Series with Olly Richards, a polyglot who speaks seven languages. Olly joins the GPod to talk about his list of 42 Insane Japanese Language Learning Hacks!
By Anthony Joh on February 23, 2014
In this show we talk to Lorie and Sho about the challenges and rewards of being an intercultural couple. From punctuality to cleanliness we take a look at the extra challenge that cultural differences bring to a relationship.