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We're back at the beginning for Part 1 of a new miniseries: A Revised Introduction to Japanese History. more
This week, it's a listener question episode! Let's talk about the topics I'd like to cover, a D&D party made of Japanese prime ministers, the future of the show, and more. more
This week on the podcast: Why are Japan and South Korea’s governments so worked up about some uninhabited rocks in the middle of nowhere? Well, because sometimes those rocks stand for much, much more. more
My main problem with this podcast is the author’s complete failure to appreciate any form of literature which requires a human soul to enjoy. I began listening as a kind of brush-up for my MA exams, but by the time I finished them (and had listened enough that the topics about which I pride myself in being knowledgeable could be covered), I realized the flaws and simple carelessness of the author’s research. Though factual historical information is often (but not always) correct, whenever there ... more
This is like a masters level colloquia on the history of Japan. It is well researched and well delivered.
For understanding Japan, this is the best place to start.
This is by far the most interesting and informative podcast about history of Japan. I recommend you to go from episode 1 and see how it evolves and leads you into a formidable journey. From general knowledge and curiosities to precise details and personal experiences from the author you will get the best of the best. If you like japan and everything about Japanese culture, this is a must hear.
A really well done podcast - comprehensive and thorough without being overy-acedemic or dry. Isaac speaks from a relatable perspective and has a nice sense of humor. This is great resource for learning about this nation's fascinating history.
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History of Japan launched 10 years ago and published 512 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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