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Hi I'm JJWalsh a Hiroshima, Japan based travel & tourism consultant and content creator who is passionate about sustainability. If you are looking for sustainable solutions in life, business and travel- this series offers inspiration from good people in Japan doing great things. The content is sustainability in Japan focused, but will spark ideas no matter where you live in the world. Join us every weekday at either 9am or 5pm LIVE or in podcast form a few days later. Find out more at Inboun ...
 
A freelance journalist Yuzuha Oka picks up trending business news each day from Japanese publications. Yuzuha have produced content for BBC, Reuters, ABC, Japan Times and more. 東大4年、フリーランスジャーナリストの岡ゆづはが、毎日一つ日本発の経済ニュースをピックアップして英語で振り返ります。ロイター通信で為替の記事を書いたり、BBC、東洋経済オンラインなどに執筆したり。取材を通じて日々勉強中です。 https://yuzuhaoka.wordpress.com/ https://yuzuhafood4thought.wordpress.com/
 
Join SmartOSC as we bring together some of the brightest minds in eCommerce to riff on trending topics in the industry, share their knowledge, have a few laughs, and provide you with some tips and tricks to take away and put to good use in your business. With 15 years in operation, SmartOSC is an award-winning digital commerce agency of 850+ experts, across seven countries including Vietnam, Australia, Singapore, Japan, Thailand, the US, and the UK. Check out our website: smartosc.com.
 
Join Jackie Alexander & Jaclyn Humble as they discuss homemaking for millennials. Millennial Homemakers is your resource for all things home, hostessing, DIYs & more. Tips & takeaways to achieve your Pinterest perfect home on a entry-level budget!
 
A weekly podcast inviting guests with valuable insights into the emergence of a new monetary system through the lens of precious metals, cryptocurrencies and other financial instruments presented by Bart Brands, Precious Metals Specialist and Alexej Jordanov, Content Architect at GoldRepublic.
 
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Information: Dieser Video Podcast wird per Ende Juli 2021 eingestellt. Künftige und bisherige Episoden finden Sie auf unserem Play SRF Portal (www.srf.ch/play). Der Trend zum Tätowieren reisst nicht ab. Wir werfen einen Blick in die Tattoo-Szene Schweiz und portraitieren Menschen innerhalb und ausserhalb der Community mit Geschichten, die unter die Haut gehen.
 
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We're back with a bang for the third episode of Commerce Talk with SmartOSC! Host Adrian Wakeham spoke to Jerry Smith, the COO of Ogilvy Group Asia and the CEO of Ogilvy Consulting Asia, to dive into how businesses in the commerce space can thrive in today's era of disruption. They discussed the radical changes the pandemic and new consumer behavio…
 
Chuck Kayser is a full-time organic farmer based in Kyoto Japan who is passionate about sustainability in life + work, since our last talk in 2020, Chuck has also started podcasting and collaborating with people from across Japan to promote the good work they are doing for people and planet. Watch the Video. Find out more about Chuck's Farm at http…
 
Podcasting Platform ListenNotes recently published a podcaster interview with me about my podcast Seeking Sustainability in Japan called "Seeking Sustainable Inspiration from Japan" so I thought it would be fun to do a podcast version of the written interview. Hope it gives some background on my and my podcast-talkshow series as well as gives advic…
 
Matthew Ketchum is the main consultant at @Akiya & Inaka a business that helps international people (both Japan residents and non-residents) who are interested in buying properties in Japan find great deals in beautiful countryside areas. They have a great newsletter, website and are very active on social media- not only promoting their own service…
 
Visitors to Japan often rave about the country's clean streets, but also lament the over-packaging of all the products and lack of trashcans. In this article, JJWalsh discusses some of the waste management and infrastructure issues in Japan and making some connections with trash ownership issues worldwide. https://medium.com/@jjwalsh/wasted-respons…
 
Heather Fukase is an organic farmer in Nagano, Japan who is originally from Australia, has lived in Japan for 20+ years. Watch the video of our talk here. Heather founded NAGANO-NATURALLY with her partner and neighbors to sell naturally grown fruit and vegetables to people around Japan. https://naganonaturally.com/ We first talked with Heather in S…
 
2021 Trailer Introducing the Seeking Sustainability Live Podcast - Talkshow - Join us Live on YouTube * JOIN the JJWalsh Supporters + buy me a coffee - your support keeps me going, thanks! **​ ~BuyMeACoffee~ https://www.buymeacoffee.com/jjwalsh​​ ~HAPPS~ https://happs.tv/invite/@JJWalsh​​​ ~Ko-FI https://ko-fi.com/jjwalsh JOIN the support team on Y…
 
Bobby Judo is originally from Florida, but has lived and worked in Japan for many years starting as a JET ALT language teacher in SAGA, and has reinvented himself throughout a long career in Japan as a TV presenter. Bobby talks here about some of the recent work he has done and how it is taking him to a new level in his career becoming a business o…
 
Philip Sugai, a Professor of Marketing at Doshisha Business School in Kyoto, Japan has published books and multiple case studies on global business and marketing. Philip here first talks about the history of a business role in society is conceived from Milton Friedman's article in 1970 to the Japanese Omi merchant business philosophy of "Sampo-Yosh…
 
What are the macro factors that could lead to the next crisis? How does gold behave pre- and during crisis? We answered those questions with our recurrent guest Mark Yaxley, General Manager of Strategic Wealth Preservation, who gave us insights on why gold outperforms during crisis, why now is a good accumulation phase to buy more gold, why investi…
 
Interesting to see different trends in a comparison between the plantbased market development in Japan compared to western markets. Read the article here on MEDIUM. Thanks once again for the BGM tunes via HIKOSAEMON - royalty-free music downloads via SoundCloud Like this Show? Please support Seeking Sustainability in Japan as a monthly supporter On…
 
Travel focused sustainable strategy talk unpacking some of the basic ideas for travelers who are seeking strategies to travel more sustainably as well as hosts, entrepreneurs and business owners looking to provide more sustainable services. We know that more than 70% of travelers are seeking more ethical, responsible and sustainable options when th…
 
AUDIO version of my latest article on MEDIUM I remember when I first flew with our kids on an airplane and watched the safety announcements with new parent eyes– I was completely shocked by the advice that I should put my own mask on first, before the kids, if there was a loss of oxygen in the cabin. This standard airplane protocol rocked by mama b…
 
Tim Bunting is the Kiwi-Yamabushi, a New Zealander who has lived and worked and trained in the Yamagata mountains in Tohoku Japan. Here he joins Seeking Sustainability Live after a year to share further insights into the powerful experiences of being quiet and giving yourself over to nature. Tim Bunting Website: https://timbunting.com/ Thanks for l…
 
If you are willing to put up the money, even an international visitor can buy a home in Japan. Tina McCarthy is the founder of WheelWomen Australia, an avid cyclist, designer and self-described Japanophile who bought a beautiful old house in Onomichi, Hiroshima. As long as they are allowed to come back to Japan for long vacations a few times a year…
 
Megha Wadhwa PhD talks here about her book about Indian Migrants in Tokyo she wrote after years of living, working and researching in Japan. She conducted over 100 interviews with Indian migrants in Tokyo whose stories are documented in the book. Watch the interview here Available from Amazon and most booksellers or directly from Routledge Publishe…
 
Associate Professor Chelsea Szendi Schieder PhD talks here about the 2021 revival of discussion about the 'comfort women' issue as a article was published arguing that women willingly worked in 'comfort stations' during WW2. Although it was written in a minor journal, it had been passed through peer-review, so Professor Schieder and a group of acad…
 
James Hollow is the Founder/CEO of FABRIC KK based in Tokyo - a strategy design focused consultancy helping businesses transition to a better balance for the needs of people, and planet in addition to profits in Japan, Asia and the Global Markets. https://fbrc.co/ Here we talk about the transition of the business and their latest research study cal…
 
One of Hiroshima's most famous harbor towns ONOMICHI is now famous for the jumping off point of the Shimanami-Kaido Cycle Route, but long famous for movies, temple walks, and classic Japan town atmosphere. Here we talk about our favorite old shopping street, sightseeing activities, vegan foods & a little about restoring an old house in the town. Th…
 
How can hyperinflation be spotted and is it really about to reach Western economies like the USA? 🔘Watch the episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/TbnukI9L8i8 In the second part of our conversation with John Williams from ShadowStats, we discussed the potential for hyperinflation and how gold and silver can preserve your purchasing power. 🗓️ Recordi…
 
Andrew William is a garden design and Eastern Philosophies educated garden guide now based in Kyoto Japan offering immersive Japanese traditional garden experiences online. In this talk he gives us some background about how he got into such interesting work and gives us a sample of the type of tours he offers. https://www.andesignkyoto.com/ * JOIN …
 
Yu Kato is the CEO of Harch - a company which has launched a variety of sustainability-focused online content platforms to promote adoption of a sustainable lifestyle and business strategies in Japan. https://harch.jp/en/home HARCH is an amazing business overseeing a variety of content platforms all with a consistent focus on sustainability and a c…
 
Are governments and central banks reporting accurate inflation numbers? Why are the inflation numbers not reflecting reality? What inflation calculation methods are more reliable? 🔘Watch the episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/cPizYRK58LM In the first part of our conversation with John Williams from ShadowStats, we break down inflation: why are U.…
 
Audio read of my lates Medium post about staying in the zero-waste hotel WHY - I was fortunate to stay here while on a consultation job with Heartland Japan adventure tour company. to create sustainably focused adventure travel options for international visitors to Kamikatsu. Video walk through of the Hotel Room here. I’m thrilled to be one of firs…
 
Sean and Kana have a passion to introduce Riding in Tokushima to residents and visitors- they have great insights into good cycling routes, eateries, and collaborate with local shops. Self-guided recommendations, or book a guide to go with you, off-road MTB recommendations, road bike hill climbs and flat courses of various levels and distances, gra…
 
Most visitors to Rabbit Island go to see the bunnies unaware of the island's dark past. But once there, travelers have a chance to also learn about the poison gas making history of the island- there is a museum and the storage facilities ruins have good information boards around the island. Many people wonder why are the rabbits there and who takes…
 
Can the U.S. default? As it's trapped in between a debt ceiling and rising inflation, can other systemic risks knock the solvency of its superpower status? Joe Brown from @Heresy Financial explained how the debt situation could escalate through a dangerous game which could either tilt towards hyperinflation or massive deflation. We also look at whi…
 
So wonderful once again to talk with Lilian of Kokoro Care Packages and this time with her co-founder Aki-san too - so much fun to talk about her beautiful photos of all the products, food and producers as well as the thoughtful plastic-free packaging in addition to the fantastic, high-quality, traditional and culturally rich products they collect …
 
James Reynolds has been chasing storms around Asia for the past 16 years and is now based in Tokyo with his family. Here we talk about his business @Earth Uncut TV and his process for showing the reality of typhoons, volcanoes and extreme weather to a global audience. Watch the video of our talk here. * JOIN the JJWalsh Supporters + buy me a coffee…
 
Talking Fukuyama sights today - 3 attractions in Hiroshima prefecture in the Fukuyama area. Watch the video here: https://youtu.be/AGWbue1tiNU First stop at the well-known (for domestic tourists) fishing village of Tomonoura, then to the FPico Sports Facility, climbing wall, playground and sport event venue as well as an outdoor skatepark and river…
 
This episode of Commerce Talk with SmartOSC is all about blurred lines, not the controversial Pharrell Williams song, but blurred lines in eCommerce. Host Adrian Adrian Wakeham spoke to Eddie Teng, Head of Marketing and Digital Business Manager at ASUS Singapore, to dive deep into how the lines between B2B and B2C eCommerce has blurred. Eddie recen…
 
Joe Brown from @Heresy Financial outlined eloquently how central banks like the FED or the ECB use increasingly more unconventional monetary policies that in the longterm can have unknown and unintended consequences on the economy and the financial system. 🔘Watch the episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/ar9Yo9BFp0s ⏰ Topics ⏰ 00:00 Intro 01:38 Back…
 
Community Gardens in Auckland New Zealand livestream guide show us the value of traditional culture and heritage for more sustainable living and better communities. Traditional Japanese gardens are great representations of Japanese culture, traditions, heritage and nature in harmony. Starting this month, this is a new Monthly Sustainable Living & T…
 
Audio read of a Medium article I wrote about the assumption that all Japanese businesses have embedded concepts of sustainability in their core values - spoiler they don't - and some recent data in the travel industry showing demand for sustainable products and services, a notable Japanese business example that give me hope. Ending with an argument…
 
FEW (For Empowering Women) Group in Japan is now celebrating its 40th year! Here I talk with the amazing women on the board team about some of the history (herstory) of the group, projects and events, speakers, peer-support, transitions online during COVID19 and the great work the organization has been doing and is planning to do in the future as t…
 
Wonderful insights into travel unusual in Hiroshima, Japan with talented photographer Kim Bardoel. Watch the video of our talk here. Kim talks here about wonderful family adventures around Hiroshima to beautiful natural parks, interesting culture rich towns and museums, as well as impressive bridges and flower plantations. Kim has been on #seekings…
 
Okayama folktale hero Momotaro, the Peach Boy was a generous boy who shared his Kibi-dango to successfully defeat the demons. Such a great idea to start a conversation about collaborative success of sustainable businesses in one of Japan's lesser known travel destinations. Read the Medium post of this audio read here. Please clap, share, & leave a …
 
Off-the-beaten track travel in Yamaguchi, Japan. Talking here with Canadian-Yamaguchi local Alison Miyake based in the beach area of Hikari. We talk about some of the many wonderful destinations worth visiting in Yamaguchi and at the end of the talk Alison Miyake takes us on a tour of the Hikari Autumn market she is broadcasting from to see some of…
 
How to Travel Unusual in Okayama Japan with Okayama resident super-fan Dave Olsen. Dave is the perfect guest to share insights from his hometown and links to articles he's written on his blog featuring great spots, eateries and experiences not to be missed. Watch the Talk here on YouTube. Dave's Okayama Links (Shared during the LIVE): + Olive Garde…
 
One of the @Japan Trail Cam Dan's joins us to highlight the great work they do documenting Japan's wildlife in the Fukuoka forests and sharing the clips of an amazing, diverse selection of animals on their YouTube, Twitter, Instagram and Facebook channels. Watch the interview here. Follow Japan Trail Cam & support the great work they do: YouTube: h…
 
What are the signs of a sovereign debt bubble? In the second part of our conversation with Daniel Lacalle, we discussed the independence & legitimacy of the ECB, fixing fundamental issues within the EU, how to spot a sovereign debt bubble and the Japanization of the EU: the good and the bad. ⏰ Topics ⏰ 00:00 Intro 01:16 Legitimacy & independence of…
 
Bilingual talk with Happo-En staff. Happo-En is a long-running traditional gardens and event facility in central Tokyo. Here, Anastasia Kozlova and Hiroyuki Ichikawa introduce many examples of the magnificent work they are doing at Happo-En which promote local arts, crafts, food and Japanese culture and heritage. Happo-en is maintaining beautiful J…
 
Art Island Naoshima is featured this week on the Sustainable Travel Destinations Seminar - deep dive into what makes a destination sustainable in Japan: successes and hurdles that can inspire and be used as warnings for travel and tourism destinations around Japan and across the world. Interesting questions and comments from the live audience this …
 
The traditional Japanese art of Kintsugi is now coming back into fashion as major brand MUJI offers it to their customers. This is a great example of how going back to old ways, techniques and solutions can be not only more suitable than our modern, more wasteful practices- but more attractive to customers as well. Read the full article on MEDIUM ~…
 
WOW it's amazing to hit this 300th Episode milestone! HUGE thanks to all of you for your support to get here! In this episode, I talk about the history and reason to start the Seeking Sustainability Live talkshow as well as details of the most popular videos, podcasts and guest insights. Recent 2021 changes to the format, and what plans I have for …
 
Ebony Brown is an educator, a social media marketer, a writer, poet, editor, a single mother, and a crafter who loves Goth fashion and life in Japan. It is wonderfully difficult to put her into any one box or category, and that is one of the things that is so wonderful. Ebony is an outspoken advocate empowering women and speaking her truth, she is …
 
We're kicking off our new podcast series with a cracker of an episode! Host Adrian Wakeham, Regional Manager for Australia and New Zealand at SmartOSC, invited two stars of the eCommerce game to come and discuss the importance of personalization, by kicking off with a look at the approach Rihanna takes to personalization with Fenty Beauty. Hayley W…
 
How do central banks grow beyond their initial role as lender of last resort to buyer of first resort? Why is quantitative easing monetary laughing gas? Renown economist Daniel Lacalle (Tressis) discussed with Alexej Jordanov and Bart Brands the Austrian School of Economics, why Modern Monetary Theory will always fail, escaping the Central Banks' m…
 
Nevin Thompson is a Canada based writer with experience living and working in Japan who works as the Japan Editor for Global Voices. His articles bring in a variety of insights into his articles: experts, academics, social media posts from people on the ground experiencing the story, as well as traditional news sources. Nevin's writing style helps …
 
Once used as a toxic waste dumping site, Teshima island has become a popular travel destination thanks to the hard work of local people to fight injustice. Thanks to the investment and artistic vision and nature-focused philosophy of the Benesse company, the island is rebounding and has become famous for its stunning art installations which help yo…
 
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