JT Tech Show Featuring AkihabaraNews (INTERVIEW)

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The JT Tech Show with Reno J. Tibke, Presented by Japan Today
Covering Japan and Asia tech, the cool and the cultural, Japan Today presents AkihabaraNews Editor Reno J. Tibke's quick & informative overview of the week's top trends and happenings. The JT Tech Show might be the best weekly Japan tech podcast in all the universe. 

This Week's Topics & Interview:

  • Generating electricity from udon noodles and no, that's not a typo (article)
  • Analysis on announced changes to Japan's English education policies (coverage
  • Interview with Hiroshi Nagashima from Sharebu Kids, a Tokyo-based startup bringing imported children's clothing into the age of online retailing. Hiroshi details how he identified his market and what it's like to lead a startup in Japan (it's not exactly easy).

The show is recorded at Joint One Studios under the watchful of eye of superstar engineer Joey Slick. New shows post weekly; automate by subscribing via iTunes or following on SoundCloud. We love your feedback, so do comment, suggest, or question us here, at Japan Today, or on the Aki or JT Facebook page.


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