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Well just something to whet your appetite for the next episode, which will be taped tomorrow. Sharmarke sent this along and I know it’ll come up in the next episode

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So Mike has something on his mind, but was nowhere close to the studio mics. So he plugged in his smartphone earbuds to make the following to end of 2018

In it he asks a few questions about what to do about older DVDs as he preorders the blu rays of the same show. Looks for suggestions as he finally subscribes to other streaming services. And makes a few NHK reccomendations. All for your New Year’s listening pleasure

Links of Interest

Entertainment Nippon 2018 on NHK World Japan – Anisong Super Live in Shanghai

Songs of Tokyo on NHK World Japan

 

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Another Month, and another no show of episode 5. So Mike wanted to share a few other things on his mind…namely a past tense entry on the Toronto Anime Community Calendar, and three Netflix recommendations

Something quick and easy to listen while we continue to assemble the Roundtable

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James sits in for a solo for the first time. So what’s on his mind? A lot of Nintendo and the issues he has with their new online services

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In the newly renamed segment, Mike gives a thought on Anthony Bourdain, and then comes back to the Toronto Congress Centre and two very different events there over the last few weeks. With a personal anecdote from the latter

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Mike comes on to test his Yeti mic, tell an HQ story, announce some housecleaning, and details for our Anime North tapings

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Breaking Silence

Mike speaks for the first time in almost two years as he looks back on the podcast’s past on the sixth anniversary of the first episode.  He also shares some of his thoughts on the Japanese earthquake and tsunami on the eve of the first anniversary, and the offerings of NHK World beyond its news coverage.

Mike Nicolas

 

Links of Interest

NHK World


Here’s Masayoshi Yamazaki performing One More Time, One More Chance at the Kouhaku Uta Gassen in 2005.


The Music Video for Haru Yo Koi by Yumi Matsutoya.

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