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Deep Dive from The Japan Times
Looking beneath the surface of Japan. Each episode we hear from Japan Times journalists and guests with their fingers on the pulse of current events and trends in Japan. Hosted by Oscar Boyd.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 89 ratings
So good!
I love this, been looking for English language analysis of Japanese politics and social issues.
ElizabethInBonn via Apple Podcasts · Germany · 01/20/20
Entertaining and interesting
This podcast gives insights into the fascinating country that is Japan, easily relatable for Westerners and very entertaining. I’m looking forward to each new episode!
ludwig-anton via Apple Podcasts · Germany · 01/16/20
Enjoying podcast
Really enjoying the podcast after listening to 10 or more episodes. It’s helping improve my basic knowledge of Japan as I’m writing a thesis on 20th century postwar memory. Love that the podcast is coming out of Japan. Haven’t been yet and can’t speak Japanese, but the podcast helps provide a...Read full review »
Genny29 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/12/20
Recent Episodes
On Sept. 25, 2019, Iki Island in Nagasaki Prefecture became the first place in Japan to declare a climate emergency. Jesse Chase-Lubitz ( and Oscar Boyd ( head to the...
Published 01/16/20
On Dec. 29, Carlos Ghosn escaped arrest in Tokyo and fled to Beirut, Lebanon. JT staff writer Satoshi Sugiyama ( discusses how he managed that escape as well as Ghosn's first public press conference since he was first arrested in November 2018. Hosted by...
Published 01/10/20
Following the escape of ex-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn from house arrest in Tokyo to Beirut, Lebanon, we replay a conversation with Japan Times staff writer Satoshi Sugiyama on the rise and fall of Carlos Ghosn. Links:   Follow Deep Dive on Twitter (  Read...
Published 01/01/20
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