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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:

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, please use 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!”



Part One is here:


[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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