HomePodcastsOur First Podcast Episode!Our First Podcast Episode! Podcasts February 2, 2016 12 Rich Pav Testing 1, 2, 3. The episode in which we forget to tell you our names. http://media.blubrry.com/yapparijapan/p/www.yapparijapan.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/YappariJapan_20160121_final.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS Tweet Pin It Related The Dog Ate Our Podcast April 19, 2016 112 Comments Mary M. February 2, 2016 Reply Hey! I just happened to check FB today and see your post, Rich. I enjoyed this raw and fun thing. 😉It would be cool to have links to the equipment you mention, maybe photos of the store Thersa visited, too.What is the English translation of what the Japanese reporter said in outer space??? I could look it up, but it would be cool in the ‘liner notes’ or whatever the kids are calling that these days.You two are fun and personable to listen to. Nice voices, too. terrie February 2, 2016 Reply Hello there, Mary! This is Thersa. Thank you so much for listening and for your comment. You’re absolutely number one. As this is my first podcast ever, I will never forget you. I’ll most definitely take a photo of the little connivence store I buy coffee at and put it up here tomorrow.Re: Reporter in space: “Kore wa honban desu ka?” Basically means “Are we on air now?” I imagine they practiced with him several times, told him that they were going live, and then when they started recording he had a ‘moment’ and asked again, “Are we on air?”, and everyone smacked their foreheads, Jeez! Poor guy. I learned his name though. Toyohiro Akiyama! Mary M. February 13, 2016 Reply so funny. poor fella! nobody’s perfect, after all. 😉 Jeffrey February 3, 2016 Reply I loved the podcast from the first note of Big in Japan. I’m Jeffrey on Long Island, NY. I don’t use iTunes for podcasts (I use Overcast), but I’ll subscribe just for you two and leave you a comment there.I really like the idea because, unlike most podcasts, the next one could go anywhere! I look forward to hearing it. Terrie February 3, 2016 Reply Jeffrey, hey-hey! This is Terrie. Thank you for listening and leaving a comment. Question! Where do *you* think we should go? We’ve got loads of ideas that we’re kicking around, but we’d love to hear from you. Any questions you’d like to have answered or anything you’d be interested in hearing about? We’re all ears. Jeffrey February 6, 2016 Reply I’d love to know more how the US Presidential candidates are portrayed by Japanese media. (I’ve seen part of the debates in England on how they want to ban a certain candidate because he has spouted such noxious ideas.) I’d also like to know about how each of you have experienced acceptance amongst the Japanese. I lived in southern England where I went to university for a bunch of degrees. Outside my tiny little circle, I think I was always thought of as ‘That American’. (Just a little background, let’s just say hypothetically a 17 year-old might have been smart enough to ace entrance exams & get an academic scholarship, yet dumb enough not to realize that ‘poking around’ utility companies’ computers was a Federal issue. This person might have even had his graduation moved up a year and a half, shuffled off to England where he might have had someone from the American Consulate ‘request’ his passport / student visa.) I wasn’t really ‘wanted’ in the US, nor the UK. michelle shene February 3, 2016 Reply I LOVED this! Such a unique idea! You’ve brought me along on your walk and I absolutely am HOOKED now! CAN’T wait for more, more, more… Both of you are amazing to listen to. (I wish my Skype worked half as good. ha) I was going to ask for the reporter translation, as well, but I see it above. Poor dude… siberian gardener eh? I would definitely ask for regular translation for us non-japanese speaking listeners. I do so love to hear it flowing from your lips, I admit. And I am now an official cheerleader for both teams! Team Rich & Team Terrie I BELIEVE IN YOU BOTH!????As for where to go, and what to do… I don’t even care…lol. Just keep doing what you do… I’ll be here walking right along with you guys…discovering Japan. So psyched !! ???????? Oh… by the way…. I’m Michelle…from Midway, Georgia…???? (better late then never? eh?) ❤this. Thersa Matsuura February 4, 2016 Reply Michelle, thank you to the moon and back. It makes my heart float to know you like it. We had such a blast making it. The theory is we’ll get better and better. Rich says on our hundredth podcast we’ll look back at this one and giggle (or cry?). Either way, I’m looking forward to the journey! Thank you again for listening and your comment. michelle shene February 4, 2016 Reply T… still cracking up over the “no introduction” part… maybe you should try introducing each other…lol “he’s Rich ” “she’s famous…I mean,Thersa!” lol…sorry…i kid.???? Love you guys! Ra February 4, 2016 Reply T you guys are hilarious. I can’t wait to listen to more. Love the serious radio voice & you with the utmost silly woman you are. It works great together. It’s like “coffee talk” or the “shwetty balls” ladies from SNL. I think this is going to take off to the skies. Can’t wait to hear more soon. Thanks so much for the invite. Thersa Matsuura February 4, 2016 Reply Ra, thanks oodles! I had no idea I was such a ditz until I screwed up counting Mississippis. That still cracks me up. My whole life and no one told me. But it’s okay. I *own* this, um, ditzi-ness. Thank you again. jack February 5, 2016 Reply will these be published to the herroflomjapan.com podcast feed or will there be a feed for here too?Is it possible to get the two sites available over HTTPS? LetsEncrypt offer free certificates making this a relatively easy processLeave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.