I also have a monthly podcast called Uncanny Japan. Not everything I research makes it into the stories, so here is where I share all the odd and interesting bits that are left over. What makes Uncanny Japan different than other podcasts is that I record while wearing binaural mics. This means that as I sit by the shore, hike through the mountains, or stroll by a rice field chock full of frogs, you’ll be with me, learning about Japan, and experiencing the soundscapes exactly as I do. Every episode runs between 10 to 20 minutes, so not too long. If you’re into the podcast thing, listen here.