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Need a weekly round-up of the top news stories coming out of Japan? Look no further. Tokyo-based, British content-creator Julian and Japanese entrepreneur Yasu, are here to dive into the hot topics of the week. Recorded in Tokyo, 'This Week in Japan' is the perfect blend of current news, cultural insight, and in-depth discussions all woven through a friendly conversation between the two hosts. Stay up-to-date with the flow of stories streaming out of Japan, no matter where you are. You can a ...
 
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This week we discuss the growing worldwide popularity of Matcha powder and how the industry in Japan is adapting to meet demand. Word of the Week: 親ガチャ (oyagacha) This episode was recorded on September 17th 2021 in Akasaka, Tokyo. Join the discussion over on www.facebook.com/thisweekinjapan Also, check out our "Japan Go!" YouTube Channel at youtube…
 
This week we discuss Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga's decision to step down after only one year on the job and a high school in Kumamoto Prefecture will be opening the first-ever manga course for students. Word of the Week: フラグ (furagu) This episode was recorded on September 10th 2021 in Akasaka, Tokyo. Check out our "Japan Go!" YouTube Channel at y…
 
This week we discuss the underdog Sumo Wrestler, Shounan-zakura, who finally called it a day after a record breaking losing streak of 104 matches and Bandai's popular Gunpla (Gundam Plastic) aims to cut waste and create products from more recycled plastic. Word of the Week: 逆ギレ (gyaku-gire) This episode was recorded on September 3rd 2021 in Akasaka…
 
This week we discuss the crazy seasonal weather in Japan and how Golf is becoming the new sporting trend for young Japanese adults. Word of the Week: 銀ブラ (Gin-bura) This episode was recorded on August 20th 2021 in Akasaka, Tokyo Check out our "Japan Go!" YouTube Channel at youtube.com/japango
 
This week dive into the many stories surround the Tokyo 2020 games, including Japan's impressive medal haul and a Mayor in Nagoya who is under fire for chomping on a gold medal! Word of the Week: 陰キャ (in-kya) 陽キャ (you-kya) This episode was recorded on August 6th 2021 in Akasaka, Tokyo Check out our "Japan Go!" YouTube Channel at youtube.com/japango…
 
In this episode, we discuss multiple scandals involving Olympic contributors, TeamLabs Digital Art Museum becoming the most visited in the world & a Ugandan weightlifter who went on the run, hoping to remain in Japan. Due to a glitch in the recording, unfortunately, there will be no 'Word of the Week' for this episode. This episode was recorded on …
 
In this episode, we discuss "Giant floating head appears in the sky of Tokyo" and "IOC Chairman refers to Japanese as 'Chinese'". Word of the Week: マンツーマン (Man-tsuu-man) This episode was recorded on July 16th, 2021 in Akasaka, Tokyo Check out our "Japan Go!" YouTube Channel! (youtube.com/japango)
 
In this episode, we discuss a suspected molester who jumped from a bridge at Shibuya Station, Tokyo Olympics is to be held without spectators, and Sushi Ninja busted for industrial espionage. Word of the Week: メリケン (Meri-ken) This episode was recorded on July 9th, 2021 in Akasaka, Tokyo Check out our "Japan Go!" YouTube Channel! (youtube.com/japang…
 
In this episode, we discuss the delayed rainy season in Japan, the Mt. Fuji reopening for the first time in two years, and the Japanese government officials turned into anime characters. Word of the Week: イメチェン (Ime-chen) This episode was recorded on July 2nd, 2021 in Akasaka, Tokyo Check out our "Japan Go!" YouTube Channel! (youtube.com/japango)…
 
In this episode, we discuss Emperor Naruhito's unconventional, personal statement regarding the Olympics and the Japanese Government's new guidelines to make 4-day working weeks the new normal. Word of the Week: ペアルック (Pair Look) This episode was recorded on June 25th, 2021 in Akasaka, Tokyo Check out our "Japan Go!" YouTube Channel! (youtube.com/j…
 
In this episode, we discuss the controversies in Japan over a new app that allows you to check the authenticity of a foreigner's residence card with a smartphone. Word of the Week: ブラインドタッチ (blind touch) This episode was recorded on June 18th, 2021 in Akasaka, Tokyo Check out our "Japan Go!" YouTube Channel! (youtube.com/japango)…
 
Yasu & Julian are back after a short hiatus! We've made a few small changes to the show, but we're still providing the same informative and funny conversations that you've come to love! On this week's show, we discuss the current state of affairs regarding the Tokyo Olympics and share some stories of how the locals in Japan really feel about the ev…
 
Welcome back to This Week In Japan! News Story of the Week: Japanese Entrepreneur Plans Journey To The Moon Word of the Week: 天下り (Coming down from the Heaven) Important Announcement regarding our Podcast [Japanese Explanation] This Week In Japanでは毎週、日本で話題のニュースについて、イギリス人アーティストのJulianと日本人起業家のYasuが英語で意見を交わしています。他にも日本文化や、面白い日本語のフレーズを紹介しています。 (Recorded…
 
Welcome back to This Week In Japan! News Story of the Week: Popular Manga Character Catches COVID-19 Word of the Week: ベア (Be-a) [Japanese Explanation] This Week In Japanでは毎週、日本で話題のニュースについて、イギリス人アーティストのJulianと日本人起業家のYasuが英語で意見を交わしています。他にも日本文化や、面白い日本語のフレーズを紹介しています。 (Recorded on February 26th, 2021, in Akasaka, Tokyo) You can also find Julian and Yas…
 
Welcome back to This Week In Japan! News Story of the Week: A Massive Earthquake Rattles Tohoku Region and Eastern Japan Featured Story of the Week: Netflix to offer full-scholarships open to foreigners at Tokyo anime school Word of the Week: Various new kinds of harassments [Japanese Explanation] This Week In Japanでは毎週、日本で話題のニュースについて、イギリス人アーティストのJ…
 
Welcome back to This Week In Japan! News Story of the Week: Clubhouse App Is Making Big Waves In Japan Featured Story of the Week: Ramen-Loving Researcher Discovers Tonkotsu Absorbs Radiation Word of the Week: 意識高い系 (Ishiki-takai-kei) [Japanese Explanation] This Week In Japanでは毎週、日本で話題のニュースについて、イギリス人アーティストのJulianと日本人起業家のYasuが英語で意見を交わしています。他にも日本文化や、…
 
Welcome back to This Week In Japan! News Story of the Week: President of Tokyo Olympics Committee Under Fire for Comments Towards Women Featured Story of the Week: News rules are given to fan artists and cosplayers Word of the Week: ぴえん (Pie-n) [Japanese Explanation] This Week In Japanでは毎週、日本で話題のニュースについて、イギリス人アーティストのJulianと日本人起業家のYasuが英語で意見を交わしています…
 
Welcome back to This Week In Japan! News Story of the Week: Japan Aims to Vaccinate Around 75% of Country by October Featured Story of the Week: Pandemic Fuels Rice Consumption in Japan Word of the Week: 朝ラー (Asa-raa) [Japanese Explanation] This Week In Japanでは毎週、日本で話題のニュースについて、イギリス人アーティストのJulianと日本人起業家のYasuが英語で意見を交わしています。他にも日本文化や、面白い日本語のフレーズを紹介してい…
 
Welcome back to This Week In Japan! Main Story of the Week: Japan Rules Against Dual Citizenship Featured News Story: Silent Eating Is Trending In Japan Word of The Week: リアタイ (Ria-tai) [Japanese Explanation] This Week In Japanでは毎週、日本で話題のニュースについて、イギリス人アーティストのJulianと日本人起業家のYasuが英語で意見を交わしています。他にも日本文化や、面白い日本語のフレーズを紹介しています。 (Recorded on January 22nd, 2…
 
Welcome back to This Week In Japan! Main Story of the Week: 2nd State of Emergency causes Big Setbacks for the Japanese Entertainment Industry Featured News Story: Sapporo’s Newest Beer Label Error Leads to Controversy and Confusion Word of The Week: Roke-han (ロケハン) [Japanese Explanation] This Week In Japanでは毎週、日本で話題のニュースについて、イギリス人アーティストのJulianと日本人…
 
Welcome to Season 2 of This Week In Japan! News Story of the Week: Prime Minister Suga Declared the Second State of Emergency for Tokyo and Three Other Prefectures Featured News Story: Slam Dunk to Receive New Anime Movie Adaptation Word of The Week: “Second Sheet (二枚目: Ni-mai-me)” [Japanese Explanation] This Week In Japanでは毎週、日本で話題のニュースについて、イギリス人ア…
 
This Week In Japan, we have a special episode, as this is the last episode of the year 2020. We first discuss the Three Biggest News Stories in Japan in 2020. Then Julian and Yasu each pick the Favorite News Story from all the news stories that we covered. And lastly, we announce the Most Random News Story of the Year. Enjoy looking back on the yea…
 
This Week In Japan, Nintendo Company Brochure Becomes Valued Collector’s Item, Japan Plans To Phase-out Gasoline Car Sales, and Children are Choosing Demon Slayer Characters Over Their Parents. Random News of The Week: Nestle Announces A Stop of Sales for “MILO” Drink after Sales Increase Seven Fold Word of The Week: “Stand Play (スタンドプレー)” [Japanes…
 
This Week In Japan, Go-To Travel Campaign Revised Due to Rising Corona Numbers, U.N. Council Finds Carlos Ghosn’s Arrests “Illegal”, and Novelist Sues Square Enix over Game Character's Name. Random News of The Week: Online Crane Game Hoax Exposed Word of The Week: “Grass (草)” [Japanese Explanation] This Week In Japanでは毎週、日本で話題のニュースについて、イギリス人アーティストの…
 
This Week In Japan, Japan to Launch the Digital Transformation Agency, CAPCOM Repeatedly Threatened by Cyber Terrorist Group, and Princess Mako struggles with marrying her partner. Random News of The Week: A Rice-Growing Game Sells Out in Japan Word of The Week: “Galapagos (ガラパゴス)” [Japanese Explanation] This Week In Japanでは毎週、日本で話題のニュースについて、イギリス人ア…
 
This Week In Japan, Crown Prince Akishino Becomes the Official Successor to the Imperial Throne, A Countryside Mayor is the Japanese Joe Biden, and Nintendo’s Sales Are Booming while Sega Falls on Hard Times. Random News of The Week: A 117-year-old will carry the torch at the Olympics. Word of The Week: “初コス (Hatsu-Cos)” [Japanese Explanation] This…
 
This Week In Japan, News Story from Osaka Interrupts Anime Broadcast and Outrages Fans, Instant Noodle Sales are Exploding, and Boxing World Championship Match is Canceled Due to Corona on the Day of the Event. Random News of The Week: Women's Tights Company Comes Under Fire for Sexualized Ads. Word of The Week: “ワンバン (One Ban)” [Japanese Explanati…
 
This Week In Japan, Osaka City Faces the Possibility of Being Abolished, The Demon Slayer Movie Shatters Records and Faces Unique Problems, and A New Model Bullet Train is Set to Reach Brand New Speeds. Random News of The Week: An Idol Group Apologizes for Baseball Game Disturbance with Signed Autographs. Word of The Week: “ワンマン (One Man)” [Japanes…
 
This Week In Japan, Shiori Ito Sues a Japanese Politician over Liked Tweets, Thomas the Tank Engine Introduces New Bullet Train Character Named Kenji, and Japan Prepares to Intercept Cyber Attacks for Olympics. Random News of The Week: Foreigners Arrested for Selling Sweets on the Street Word of The Week: “キメハラ (Kimetsu Harassment)” [Japanese Expla…
 
This Week In Japan, The Demon Slayer Movie Sees Record Screenings in Japan, Major Banks Decide to Bail Out All Nippon Airways, A Nuclear Power Plant to be Reactivated for the First Time Since The 2011 Tsunami, and The Police Are Called Over An Undefeatable Crane Game. The Word of The Week: “ワンコイン (One Coin)” [Japanese Explanation] This Week In Japa…
 
This Week In Japan, Japan to Allow International Tourists to Enter the Country from April 2021, JR Unveils a New Special Rail Pass Targeted for International Residents, Japanese Entrepreneur Forces a Local Restaurant to Shut Down After Not Wearing a Mask, and A Glitch in A Restaurant's System Allows Customers to Order Food for just 10 Yen. The Word…
 
This Week In Japan, NTT to Buy NTT Docomo for 430 Billion Yen in Largest Take-over Bid in Japan’s History, Japan Plans to Get Rid of Hankos, Paperwork, and Fax Machines, Life-size Moving Gundam in Yokohama will be Activated on December 19th, and A Boy Successfully Infiltrates Elite High School for Months. The Word of The Week: “ラスボス (Last Boss)” [J…
 
This Week In Japan, Prime Minister Suga Vows to Cut Mobile Phone Fees, An Online Scam is Tricking Buyers with Non-cancelable PS5 Pre-orders, TV Stations are Eager to Buy Anime Copyrights, and The Sand From A Baseball Stadium Sells For Thousands of Yen. The Word Of The Week: “タピる (Tapi-ru)、メンブレ (Men-bure), ワンチャン (Wan-chan)” [Japanese Explanation] Th…
 
This week in Japan, Yoshihide Suga is Named Japan's New Prime Minister, Naomi Osaka Wins the Third Grand Slam Title, Digital Theft on the Rise with Multiple Cases of Hacking, Final Fantasy XVI and Other Big Titles Announced During PS5 Presentation, and Mother and Son Arrested for Selling Knock-off Pokemon Goods. The Word Of The Week: “エモい (Emoi)” […
 
This Week In Japan, Tokyo’s Curfew Lifted for Bars, Actor Yusuke Iseya Is Arrested For Possession oF Marijuana, Plane Is Forced To Land As Passenger Refuses To Wear Mask, Japan’s Biggest Year-end Celebration Prepares for No Audience For The First Time, and The Proper Way to Eat Onigiri Sparks Up A Heated Debate Online. Word of the Week: "マイペース (My …
 
This Week In Japan, Prime Minister Abe Shinzo Announces His Resignation, The Race for the Next Prime Minister Begins, Japan's First Flying Car Test is Successful, Tokyo Exit Number Exceeds Entry Number for the First Time Ever, and A Mailman Keeps Over 500 Pieces of Mail and Packages For Over 14 Years. Word of the Week: "足元を見る (Ashimoto-wo Miru: Loo…
 
This Week In Japan, Japan prepares to resume cross-border travel with several countries, Corrupt government official's bribery plot exposed, Homeless in Japan are yet to receive any stipend money, TOEIC practice test site crashed due to student overload, and Students are prohibited to use parasols during summer. Word of the Week: "天に向かって唾を吐く (てんにむか…
 
This Week In Japan, Japan's Record Heat Wave Turns Deadly, Health Concerns as Prime Minister Abe Visits Hospital, People Can't Stop Sleeping on Roads in Okinawa, New High-Speed Maglev Bullet Train Faces Potential Setbacks, and Man is Arrested After Attempting to Reach Tokyo on Stolen Bicycle. Word of the Week: Various kinds of "Complex (コンプレックス)" […
 
This Week In Japan, Abe’s Having a Vacant Summer Vacation, Author of the Shonen Jump Series Act-age Arrested for Child Molestation, Too Much Food Served in Japanese Ryokans, Plastic Bags Are No Longer Free In Japan, and Saizeriya Creates A New Mask to Wear While Eating. Word of the Week: "Viking, Cooler (バイキング, クーラー)" and more. [Japanese Explanatio…
 
This Week In Japan, Okinawa and Two Other Prefectures Enter State of Emergency, Popular Terrace House Star Arrested, The Demon Slayer Movie Is Almost Here, Japan's Population Drops By 500,000, 9 Sumo Wrestlers Flee From a Scary Housewife. Word of the Week: "Kawaigari, Aino-muchi (かわいがり, 愛のムチ)" [Japanese Explanation] This Week In Japanでは毎週、日本で話題になって…
 
This Week In Japan, Foreign residents are allowed to re-enter Japan, Publicity YouTubers are becoming a big problem, Abe-No-Mask is set to return in large numbers, and Construction begins on Ghibli Park, and You can now reserve a public toilet with your phone. Word of the Week: "Kitsune no Yomeiri (狐の嫁入り)" [Japanese Explanation] This Week In Japanで…
 
This Week In Japan, Controversies Arise Over the Olympics in Japan Next Year, Saizeriya Readjusts Its Prices to Reduce The Spread of Germs, D'Art Shtajio Animates The Weeknd's 'Snowchild' Music Video, Actor Haruma Miura Tragically Passes Away at 30, and 80-year-old Grandma Fights Off Bear. Word of the Week: "Apo, Dema, Nego (アポ, デマ, ネゴ), etc.” [Jap…
 
This Week In Japan, Japan’s “Go To Travel” Campaign to Begin from July 22nd, A New Shogi Master is Born, The Biggest Host Club in Tokyo Is Shutting Down, The Former Emperor of Japan Discovers a New Species, and Tokyo Schools Ban Undercut Hairstyle for Boys. Word of the Week: "Yankee and Sukeban (ヤンキー, スケバン)” [Japanese Explanation] This Week In Japa…
 
This Week In Japan, At Least 60 Dead as a result of Record Flooding in Kyushu, Former Japanese Idol Gains Over 1 Million Followers in Record Time, Fujitsu to Half It's Office Space, Robotic Employees Are Coming to Japanese Conbini, and App Used to Pinpoint Corona Victims Faces Problems. Word of the Week: “Earthquake, Thunder, Fire, and Father (地震雷火…
 
This Week In Japan, A Shooting Star Explodes above Kanto, Tokyo Sees Unusual Election Candidates, Smell Harassment at Japanese Companies, You Can Now Ride in the Hand of an EVA, and Effective Strategy to Prevent Umbrella Theft. Word of the Week: “OB, OG (オービー、オージー)" [Japanese Explanation] This Week In Japanでは毎週、日本で話題になっているニュースについて、イギリス人アーティストのJulia…
 
This Week In Japan, Prime Minister Abe Finally Takes A Day Off, Face Mask Causing Troubles, An Ordinance Will Ban Walking While on Your Smartphone, You Can Design a Brand New Kanji, and Japan's Square Watermelons are Ready to Ship Out. Word of the Week: “Virgin Road (バージンロード)" [Japanese Explanation] This Week In Japanでは毎週、日本で話題になっているニュースについて、イギリス人ア…
 
This Week In Japan, Tokyo to Completely Reopen, Man Arrested for SARS Misunderstanding, The PlayStation 5 is Revealed, but Something's Missing, Several Big Series for Shonen Jump Come to an End, and Host and Hostess Clubs Struggle to Adapt and Survive. Word of the Week: “Flying (フライング)" [Japanese Explanation] This Week In Japanでは毎週、日本で話題になっているニュースに…
 
This Week In Japan, Tokyo has Lifted the Alert, Black Lives Matter Protest Held in Osaka, A large Number of Monkeys Escape from Chiba Zoo, Teen Murders Family with a Crossbow, and Ken Watabe’s Scandal: An Affair Spanning Years. Word of the Week: "Ikemen (イケメン)" [Japanese Explanation] This Week In Japanでは毎週、日本で話題になっているニュースについて、イギリス人アーティストのJulianと日本人…
 
This Week In Japan, Corona Numbers are on the Rise Again as Tokyo goes on Alert, Blue Impulse Fly Over Tokyo to Thank Medical Staff, Ufotable Tax Evasion Scandal, A First Look at the Final Season of Attack on Titan, and “No Outing” Ordinance Implemented for the LGBT Community. Word of the Week: "Nominication" (飲みニケーション) [Japanese Explanation] This …
 
This Week In Japan, The State of Emergency has been lifted in Tokyo and remaining prefectures, Pro wrestler and a cast of Terrace House, Hana Kimura tragically passes away at 22, Kagawa ordinance attempts to limit media intake for those under 18, Japanese baseball scheduled for a return but with no fans, and Tokyo Tower reopens to visitors after th…
 
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