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Samurai Archives Podcast (part 2)

In Japan, Japanese History on July 18, 2013 at 1:31 am

When I listen to my own voice or way of speaking, I want to throw up a little bit in my mouth.

I can write pretty good, I think[i]. At least I’ve been told that. But I’m not such a well spoken guy. So I was nervous to record a podcast with the guys from Samurai Archives, who have been championing the awesomeness of Japanese History since before I knew from [ii]. But as a long time fan of all the hard work they put into making a serious yet fun bastion of Japanese History in English on the interwebs, I couldn’t pass up the opportunity.

In the Anglosphere, Japanese History is kind of a rare animal. Those of us who are passionate about it need to stick together.

So without further ado, here is part 2 of my dorky voice discussing all sorts of shit about Tokyo and Japan with Chris and Nate from Samurai Archives.

I suck at Word Press, so there’s a chance that clicking the picture won’t work. If that’s the case, you can use this link:

http://samuraipodcast.com/ep69-japan-this-an-interview-with-marky-star-p2

And my final note, if you like Japan This (on Facebook, Twitter, Word Press or anything, and you’re interested in Japanese History, I highly recommend subscribing to the Samurai Archives Podcast and bookmarking their site. And if you use Amazon.com, please use Amazon.com through their site so you can throw a few pennies their way to maintain their servers and all the other work that goes into keeping their site up and… well, basically, just to say “thank you!”
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Part One is here:
https://markystar.wordpress.com/2013/07/07/samurai-archives-podcast-part-1/
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[i] How do you like that grammar? lol
[ii] The fact that I still might not know  from is intentionally implied, so don’t think I have a big head.

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