SB team plays famous Japanese game to decide who gets(?) to eat the chocolate balls sold as deer poop. Of course, there’s a little Osaka ben lesson, too. Audio version also includes the discussion about the Subway franchise in Japan.
Chad is one of my best friends who also happens to be the funniest and very knowledgable about the world politics. SB team taught him an easy Osaka ben. And Chad explains what’s going on in Syria in the language we can all understand.
Quick Osaka ben lesson is followed by a discussion of Jesus Christ’ tomb found in Japan. Oh, and you are free to take a bite out of your favorite superhero’s head to survive.
This New Year Eve or just New Year episode finishes strong with Osaka-ben lesson as well as a discussion of what the popular word/phrase was in Japan in 2011. And we’re convinced that the video games are ruining kid’s all over the world.
SB introduces Yôkai Ningen Bem 妖怪人間ベム by showing the opening theme and the clip from one of the episode. And of course, a little splash of Osaka ben lesson.
ShibataBread teaches his wife how she can sound more seasoned Osaka-jin at a bar. The team also discuss of how much Japanese love(?) the ghost pictures. Follow ShibataBread and his wife on Twitter @shibatabread and @tofupizza respectively.
ShibataBread teaches his wife yet another simple way to turn your average Japanese into a cool Osaka dialect. Mrs. ShibataBread makes a comeback with another segment of “Kawaii Japan.” ShibataBread kicks off the Japan Tour in November 2011 and is looking for a drinking buddy. Kanpai!
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