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We spent a month in Canada and had a very different experience than what we're used to. So, for this podcast, we'll tell you what we did in Canada, and try to figure out how to do this video shooting thing again :D
We had a good question from a user who wants to know how to stay playful as an adult, especially since everyone around them is getting so serious as they get older. What's our secret? We'll talk about it for this week's podcast!
If everything's going well, but you're not feeling alright, is there something wrong with you, or could there be something else at play? Especially if you're in Chronic Pain, how does that affect how you perceive the world?
I miss your podcast so much. Funny because I’ve been following so long but I never knew you guys had a podcast!! Holy moly! I loved these podcast more than the YouTube videos. The YouTube videos are amazing btw I am just trying to detox on social media platforms due to someone who is HSP.
Your shows are like a soothing balm to my soul. Thank you both for your incredible show!!
You guys bring me such happiness, this is such a treat. Thank you!
So I’ve recently started working from home and I’m finding it difficult to concentrate but I’m so happy I can listen to these podcasts throughout my work day! It helps the time pass much more quickly! more
Your podcast makes me so happy! Honest to goodness it really fills me soul. You guys are the healthiest, most positive people out there and you inspire me to live a satisfying life. Thanks for sharing your Tokyo Tales (and thanks for making every episode a quality one). 🍜🍱
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Tokyo Tales launched 5 years ago and published 26 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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