Japan Archives

An Education, Culture and History podcast featuring
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Two friends coming together every week to tell the history, myths, folklore and poetry from Japan's long history.

Website: www.japanarchivespodcast.com
75 episodes
Very interesting podcast ! Inspired me to create a podcast about japanese colonial history in Taiwan where i lived for years know . thanks
I have visited and travelled throughout Japan over the last 6 years and when i discovered this podcast i wondered what information it could enlighten me with. I have not been disappointed! Each week i have listened to a tale, folklore or history about some of the places i have visited , and others i shall visit in the future ( fingers crossed). The podcasts always starts with lively banter between 2 friends who apparently live 3 hours apart by shinkansen. What a commitment. Lively and at times funny as they are happy to acknowledge they don't have a clue sometimes, but willing to go and discover more for our benefit at a later date. I really enjoyed the live episode in Ueno park when they had the opportunity to get together. MORE PLEASE. The poems are particularly lovely and spoken in wonderful Japanese. I look forward to sitting down each sunday to listen to another episode. Good luck with future episodes.
Informative and digestible!

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Podcast Details

Created by
Thomas & Heather
Podcast Status
May 17th, 2019
Latest Episode
Oct 21st, 2020
Release Period
Avg. Episode Length
28 minutes
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