19 Burst results for "Shibuya"

"shibuya" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:50 min | 2 weeks ago

"shibuya" Discussed on KCRW

"And ahead of this. Mark Reno America Espinosa. The story feature skill Scott Heron. Such a fascinating song to listen to you. Now those words from Gil Scott Heron it from a very long time ago. Free nationals with Shibuya that track feature Sid And this generation from a tribe called Quest. We got it from here. Thank you for your service. Jenelle Monet to start turntables is her first new music since the release of Dirty computer back in 2018, and she wrote this song for the film all in the fight for Democracy. It's coming soon to Amazon Prime, I think, and the film chronicles former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams and her voting rights crusade. Love that song Turntables from Jenelle Monet on morning becomes eclectic. Also want to give you a heads up in just a moment? I am going to give you a chance to Attend the mosque story slam. It's virtual, but we do have a ticket giveaway for you. And that is coming up on morning becomes eclectic, a little extra surprise as we head towards press play with Madeleine brand. Hey, it's Josh Barrow. We're approaching the home stretch of remarkable year in America and the election is still ahead. Tensions are high. Don't get heated, Get informed. Consult verified sources that you trust, of course, stay tuned to K C r w indeed. Stay tuned to K C. Maybe. Still In another. Everybody got some things. I don't see nothing coming in on my presence. Maybe they will..

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"shibuya" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

04:34 min | 2 months ago

"shibuya" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"We went lovely Tran, who named this pocket named this podcast We had We have lunch at Shibuya Amazing Sushi joint. Down the street and everyone started staring at me. The whole is a very tiny sushi place. And literally everyone's like that wasn't that wasn't from because when you eat a lot of people, it wasn't it wasn't because of my my eighties midriff tank top. What do you look good? You know, like the animals and fantastic, Mr Fox. This looks like a guy like what? What? What? Blue Doe and what a trans sailing Belushi in Animal house? No, Tran was like we didn't say anything. We just kind of it's like in real time when we're just kind of where is like I think both of us were just kind of like, Wow. I mean, it was just It was just Wow. And then she'd go like they've all seen your Penis. That's what you said. When I first to Venus before you won't like you, and we all had lunch. Good that couldn't we might talk about interview magazine how the whole cast. We all went on Larchmont. We all would have gone somewhere with the very first day. It's a neighborhood right by Paramount neighborhood right by Paramount, and you look like you looked at me goes You know, I've seen your Penis Everyone. I think the whole gases like Yeah, Yeah, I've seen it. But that was it was good times with him because I think there was because of my schedule being so Busy because I hadn't even done a talk show. I hadn't even like I think my first like regular late night talk show with Jimmy Kimmel after the hangover came out, so I wasn't even I wasn't even breakable. Because you're not at that point. You weren't famous. You weren't. Right. Right? So it was like a week after the hangover came out, then I was like, Oh, you got Jimmy like, Wow. You know so way. Didn't you know? Like no one knew, And then everything. And then it was like, I don't know if you remember Joel, even during during that first few weeks of community you even at you even asked me he goes can were on Monday night. Raw E. It was kind of like like I was just doing so much press When I wasn't doing community those first few weeks of July of 09 It was just it was just it was intense. It was. It was very intense. When it's duct taping, you start getting the offers. All of a sudden, it's like, Oh, my gosh, all this stuff that I kind of always fantasized about his half right? Right, And that's Yeah, I want it started happening for me. I was just like all I'm saying yes to everything, and my publishers were like you can't say yes to everything right? Think about this, and I've annoyed them for years doing. I think that's what was going on. It was because there's there's a few things where I had to travel where this is. And do Yes. This is the excuse to do it where I was traveling, and they turned down the soup like three turned into suits. I don't know. I just It was just that first time And then the best is that KP is like a friend. And so KP was very confident that you are coming on the show there like a friend can is really popping right now. Big deal. Huge movie. It's gonna happen. He's going to come on the show. It's going to cool. He's a friend of mine. And can past and think I ran into him somewhere afterwards, and he was like, I can't I can't believe you big time he did. I can't believe you're big time now and then, And I was like, No, I'm sorry. It was a conflict and goes all right? Yeah, Yeah. Yeah, there was a conflict. Sure enough, And then And then by the time I went on the soup Every that first time I went on this tube was just gave you This was just so he was giving you such He was giving me such bad holding anything in here. I know. Yeah, that sounds exactly like you and I and I did, And I took it like a man. I was like, Yeah, You're right. You're right. I get it. I get it. Well, then, after that you made like I don't know you might have broken the first. You know, you have the appearance record so it might have been out of guilt. It might have been out of guilt. Keep listening. You can hear the rest of this podcast and all of its episodes and discovered thousands of others. All available to you for free right now by downloading the I heart radio app number one for podcasts..

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"shibuya" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

02:12 min | 7 months ago

"shibuya" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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How small coincidences can make seemingly impenetrable cities feel a little more welcoming

Monocle 24: The Urbanist

04:39 min | 9 months ago

How small coincidences can make seemingly impenetrable cities feel a little more welcoming

"Week. We find solace a stiff drink and an old acquaintance in Shibuya buoy yet. Tokio and learn how small coincidences can make seemingly impenetrable cities feel a little more welcoming his Monaco's Kiara Ramona specific. Look at people. independ- give you when you tell them. It's the first time you've ever been to take you. It's the visual equivalent to here. We go again the first time you see. Everyone is wide-eyed captivated by lights. The crowd the noise the constant jingles blaring out of stations. Buildings elevators escalators shops. Trains streets to a Gagen Asian. The Japanese term for foreign. The city feels enormous and mesmerizing. It feels like a brand new world where it's easy to disappear and so it was for for me walking through the neighborhood of Chablis on my maiden voyage waiting at a street lights of the area's famous crossing surrounded by hundreds of people. Ready to step onto the Tomek Doc. The assumption for the Newbie and who has never been to take you is that this is a fast moving city of skyscrapers and almost impassable modernity but it takes a little more than string of the Shibuya crossing for a couple of hundred meters to realize that really. This isn't the whole story. It was late evening when my trusted dinner companions and I finally left the sober restaurant we were at and ventured in search of a buffer Sunday night cap on meanderings didn't initially really yield results instead leading. US Old way back to that famous crossing and just a little beyond PAS- flyover tucked behind the railway tracks. A small low built alleyway adorned with London's appeared along it where a cluster of microscopic Baaz one of the other. Some were already closed even even take your gets it Sunday evenings after all but some were still open still finding the seat. Even at that time of night was far from easy. Most of these vows does are so small. They consist only of a counter inobound cat where maximum of four zero five people can squeeze onto nicknamed Non Bay. Your coach life. Drunkards Ali this stretch of to narrow parallel streets was once almost exclusively people with middle-age salaryman from the nearby offices looking for wind down drinks before getting on the train home today number. Your coaches forty odd bars. Welcome people of all ages and of course their fair share of tourists yet. Somehow they're tom remains largely intact. If that's the case that's mainly because of the encounters and conversations that such a close setup inevitably leads needs to Shibuya is is not the only place of this kind in Tokyo or in the country. Similar streets hide and Shinjuku Ebisu. Shimbashi many have have their origins in the nineteen fifties when black markets for food popped up close to the city. Strange stations progressively Baas and casual restaurants. or It's a kayak. Yes took their place instead while earlier. On in the evening the streets sizzle with the smell of victory depends on version of meat skuas. Later at nights they become the reign of the skilled bomb and who as one man operations of indulged and entertained their small cohort of patrons Sambas. Ask for a cover charge. Many have a little room upstairs where people rigorously shoeless can hold up for the evening. We sheepishly approached an establishment that appeared to have a a few spare seats and peaked in to see who are drinking buddies for the evening would be to my disbelief sat at the counter of this tiny nameless bar in. Shibuya on Sunday night was an acquaintance lives in Bergen. Who I met in Florence and who I hadn't seen in years we sketched in the by women. Started carving ice with a knife in empathic blocks for whiskies in all six. It's hard to remember now. Little Party of five had struck up an enthusiastic friendship. Coincidences are powerful. Things they wake us up to the fact that a world that seems huge sometimes isn't that must've after all in Tokyo. It made us realize that. This city is far from an impenetrable algebra forest of shiny buildings. Take Your House Nooks House corners. It has places where people come together other an intimate and unexpected ways and they are everywhere. The bill came up to three thousand yen ahead. Waiting cash gotten a receipt said goodbye and walked off into the early morning. Chaba crossing felt a little less busy than

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"shibuya" Discussed on PetaPixel Photography Podcast

PetaPixel Photography Podcast

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"shibuya" Discussed on PetaPixel Photography Podcast

"Dot Com or or find them on Social Media Nino Batista now. If you do hit his site not only you're gonNA see some pretty darn amazing images you're going to also find links to his video tutorials oreos actions presets and so much more Nino knows his stuff and if this is the type of photography that you WanNa shoot or heck if you're in a shooting portraits in in general there's a lot to learn from the awesome Nino Batista his Youtube Channel alone is a wealth of knowledge. He's also a really good human and being and that's something we appreciate here and like to thank you all for joining us here. In Episode Three Twenty eight of the Pixel Photography podcast we appreciate you all so much and thank you all for subscribing rating viewing us and I tunes or wherever else you listen to us and yes that includes Pandora spotify IHEART radio and radio dot com where we were the first photography podcast on all those platforms and as always we appreciate hitting that subscribe button do it now. Please don't miss a single single episode as well as down all your friends on social media and elsewhere and helping to get the word out about this show okay with that. I'm your host Sharkey. James Lattes hit my favorite camera company well before they sponsor. This show is you know is Fuji Film and recently at the Fuji Film Film X. Summit Shibuya in Tokyo. The company officially announced the development of a camera that I might just have to buy when it comes out. I'm talking about the X. Pro three range finder now I'm under an NDA with FUJIFILM's. I can't talk about what I know or what I don't know you know and that includes rumors as well but a lot I can talk about what's been publicly released by the company and that's quite a bit because they just dropped a bunch of details on us in their livestream from that event event amazingly. It's been two and a half years now since the highly regarded Expo Two's released and its successors one that street photographers will especially Ashley be happy about as it will feature better performance be more durable and lighter as well..

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"shibuya" Discussed on Smart Kitchen Show

Smart Kitchen Show

11:11 min | 1 year ago

"shibuya" Discussed on Smart Kitchen Show

"So this is mike wolf. We have chris albrecht on the podcast with catherine lamb this was this is the spoon crew that was in tokyo. We just did our third markets or summit much pain. It was a lot of fun. <hes> catherine chris's both your first time in japan right yeah first time ever chris. You got a little bit early. You had a a couple of days export for we all got their <hes>. What was your initial impression surprised by anything was what are you expected. Well this is going to be. This might be kind of a hot. Take right right so i've always wanted to go to japan of always wanted to go to tokyo <hes> i was lucky enough though got the chance to do this because of the smart kitchen summit in japan <hes> and i always imagined it as like the city of the future and in many ways it is but in other ways. I thought it was almost like taking a step back in time because <hes> you know you hear ear. I'm using my watch to pay for things over there. I found that i was using cash a lot. I know that's kind of a weird thing to have as a first impression. I mean aside from the fact that i could eat off the floors of the subway. They're and they're it just the most pristine and comfortable rides in mass transit in the world and i loved tokyo and just getting around but i also was like oh. I need to go get cash and i have gotten more cash in tokyo than i had gotten like in the past year here. I was surprised pay like i don't remember thinking about as much before but it was definitely very it's very cash forward the word and for really i think that the country that led the mobile phone <hes> industry for in many ways right <hes> and kind of the transition towards mobile computing the are still pretty cash centric surprisingly yeah i mean i think some of it is. I think they do a lot of stuff through line and that's an app. You can't get until you get over. There and i wasn't gonna download it. Install it and run it and everything so i'm sure that there are don't ask me. I know there are a wide swath of things you can do with different apps there but i was even like the <hes> when i was asking for a hotel recommendation from the concierge she would point out like oh these places cash only this place cash me <hes> so that's just one one thing just in terms of you know we write a lot about mobile payments and online ordering an app based food ordering and all that stuff and so it was just interesting to be like oh i need i need to i need. I need some money. Catherine your first impression of japan. Maybe maybe besides the heat or the heat it was. It was definitely hot. Offer me their hotter than i expected very hot. I i did not pack super well. I've gotta say even though i saw the weather report you just it's so humid. It was like breathing in like it's like you're underwater almost the entire time so yeah it was hot. It was humid but it just forced me to drink a lot of ice coffees. <hes> which brought brought up another point two crosses <hes> sort of stepping back in time in some ways. I was surprised by how plastic centric it was. There like you think japan i mean they. They are so ahead of us in terms of like <hes> they're they're mass. Transit is amazing as we've said and like it just seem so organized and incredibly clean walking walking around the town but everything came in a bunch of plastic <hes> like when i was in seven eleven which i think we'll talk more about e they which is basically functions functions as a grocery store there you can buy produce you could buy meat even like the bananas and the oranges were individually wrapped in plastic and every ice coffee you get as in like a little plastic container and and there's no such thing as like a water fountain to philip your water bottle. It's all plastic bottles which just kind of surprised me from place that seems so so conscientious in so many ways to to have all of this plastic consumption. Yeah i agree. There's a lot of a lot of plastic on that was that was noticeable but when the the fact you brought up this is great for anyone who hasn't been to japan and who's thinking of seven eleven in the american context like i don't know why it is but seven elevens events in in japan are these wonderland's of amazing snack foods and drinks like where you guys just like in love with seven. We're in japan. Yeah honestly honestly one of the things that had thwarted me from going depends. Everyone was like oh. It's super expensive but shopping in like eating at the seven eleven you can get a good meal <hes> for not that much money and people are probably thinking okay eating eleven. We're blake. The aches. Santa's for example are a thing there i think. Did you say a year. Catherine wrote an article about them <hes> they've definitely mentioned them and i'd i'd heard from several sources before i was going to japan a definitely checkout. Seven eleven be does egg salad sandwich. Secret ingredient is m._s._g. Guys which is amazing but at and everything's just so thoughtful like they have the little owner jerry <hes> <hes> rice balls and they come in a package that has a separate wrapping area for the seaweed so that you can put it all together in the seaweed doesn't get soggy. It's just those like thoughtful full touches and everything is legitimizing. I think the spoon team eight like at least two thirds of their meals at seven eleven well the food in in japan. Let's just not short <hes> shortchanged tokyo as a great food town like we had some amazing meals broadly we some great meals with our our team there this max's access team <hes> they had like a great sushi wrap up roy esque yester- pan and just like the great rahman places that are just so many good places to eat out there. It's like like one of the top it's like new york city <hes> and some amazing eating experiences <hes> quick shoutout to cosimo 'cause i know he's listening yeah yeah <hes> even the night before i mean the event food was incredible but like the night before the event you know events. Food is usually like pretty good but you're not necessarily going to be blown lown away by it. I was blown away by like there was just such thought and attention put into all of the food and also got the first taste of the sufi which was pretty cool. Get get our great like a production-wise suv there rob analysts over from china brought one of those and we had some of the food that we also had some we'll get into like the smurfit japan but i think <hes> at the vent their actually and this is during the van after the intro dinner <hes> we're eating one of the new plant based burgers that right oh yeah by the vegetarian butcher yeah i never had that baretti is okay <hes> okay yeah we'd kind of discussed its own by it was bought by a lever recently within like the past six months or so i thank and it's you can see the ingredients on the side of the package. I was looking through it with <hes> ocoee kaneko from just and he he was like oh. It's all soy it's like also based and you can kinda taste that a taste sort of like you know the gen one veggie burgers before you get the beyond sit impossible's and then no away bad just not would never mistake it for me before we jump into ask ask japan <hes> roy quickly lastly on kind of walking around experiencing things chris. You made a point to actually go check out some food robots in japan i did so that was one thing it was harder than i thought <hes> <hes> to <hes> find food robots like i found one at the bottom of the henna cafe and cafe which is actually set set up by a travel agency in the basement of one of the shopping buildings over in <hes> the shibuya shibuya district near the famous crosswalk. <hes> and there are some other like automated things. I didn't find the things i didn't find that i thought i would find more readily was the vending machines were all pretty pedestrian pretty mundane nothing super high end and i only found one robot <hes> that was actually preparing and serving food and it was a coffee robot <hes> but i did however enjoy sushi reto at a <hes>. It's it's almost like a working lab. It's called. It's by a company called ugo and and it's beat sushi b. e. a. t. sushi and they make sushi burritos. <hes> and their whole thing is they are they. They're like pizza in japan they a you order online. They prepare the food and put it in a kiosk that you could a little cubbyhole that you can pick up <hes> and walk out with <hes> so that's that's. That's what i found. <hes> i also tried. Also i tried to find stuff. I went to a baseball game <hes> and tried to find interesting stuff there and it was you you know the food was good <hes> but i it wasn't as automated as i thought it would be and the the taco yawkey the octopus ball robot brought down in what was like a seven hour train ride so i did not think that just to try the octopus balls down bounce out. You were down in the sake. There's sewing socket the baseball game right yeah. It was great you get you get beer or soda or whatever and they also served cold sake so i sat there and watched a really fun baseball game with a really fun crowd <hes> and drank some sake during you know whatever the the middle innings the tokyo swallows correct yeah. They were playing <hes>. I don't remember the name of the city but the tigers offers so the event itself. This is the third year <hes> it. This event is grown every year. <hes> they had a three hundred fifty foreign people at us guest japan and i have to say the team in japan our partners. They're sick max that we put this show on with did a fantastic job. They brought in some really amazing zinc speakers and just to give you guys listening idea. I mean this event really does look at and talk about and have a conversation about the broader food. Take manscaping. There's a lot of conversation about the consumer kitchen but just generally a lot of in-depth conversation about the broader food system <hes> water like very kind of nerdy conversations nations and a good way where people present the research on on things like the future of protein we have <hes> the the essentially the nasa equivalent equivalent in japan jackson coming talking about space food <hes> i just really enjoyed myself and i really weren't on and for me who helps and you guys who are going to be involved in guests seattle. I just love going event a couple months before because it really gets my my brain percolating about things to talk about our own bed yeah absolutely i thought it was so so i mean having never been before not knowing exactly what to expect. It was a really interesting combination of just general topics on the future of food like as you're saying future protein routine space food <hes> there's a lot of talk about nutrition at this one and <hes> food is medicine things like that that are global obviously but then tackling pulling it either from a japanese perspective or looking specifically at japan and asia too was fascinating to hear from all these experts in that space and really examined like a different area of the world that we we certainly touch on it s chaos and talked about but just have that be the center of the conversation was really cool and and and really inspiring different perspectives as you said makes me very excited about as north america you know we had ed translators there to pick up because it half are probably like two thirds of it was in japanese which is obviously you know you're in japan but the one thing that i could totally pick up there it was just is the enthusiasm and mike..

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"shibuya" Discussed on Natch Beaut

Natch Beaut

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"shibuya" Discussed on Natch Beaut

"Are you really close with your mom and grandma. I am three of you have been through a lot together. It sounds like yeah yeah. It was a matriarch goal like you know <hes> family it. It was just all women in my family. <hes> we're yeah we were really close and still are now. We dance it off at least sometimes actually really dance in front of a garage <hes> i've seen the right <hes> which unlike i didn't even think about you know the metaphor but when we first were like when we first moved here we were living in my uncle's garage the three of us so it was like oh look at us now popular shit garage belichick offering you had family in his family. That's why we came yeah nice son story. I it does your does your grandmother our mother ever partake. Take any wisdom on you in terms of beauty stuff or are they pretty natural gals like you. Oh my gosh you know we've gotten grandma. A little hooked on kills products. Now cure emma's been trying to <hes> now in her older age finally like she puts like ice cream and stuff mom <hes> before literally nothing yeah feel my mom. Yeah put lotion on her face. Yeah awesome. I don't even know you know. Some people do that. Yeah there's people who do oh yeah like in other countries. They literally wake up. They don't do shit to their face. They look gorgeous yeah. Maybe there's something to it. You know maybe we're all who knows like humidity. I know in humid climates like like people just don't need they. Just wake up. Your moisturizer is air against the measure is being alive and of course it depends on your skin type but my mom literally does nothing to her face. Yeah i respect and then i respect game yeah i. I can't look i will work out. It's because of the shit we eat to think in the wi fi and the wi who knows what if why fives call acne. What if it's our phone screen bones. What if it's i mean who knows earthquakes. It's probably the quakes the quakes and that silver lake reservoir can't be just reflecting off just some right into our eyes acne prone shit. I hate it okay well. I want a real quick ask you about. I was checking out your youtube youtube channel. Oh my gosh viral video where you go to a love hotel and i've found this very interesting. I've been to tokyo. I didn't right now and i've been to shibuya shinjuku. Where were you. That's shinjuku singer so i've been there. I didn't know this was the thing is briefly. Tell us about love love hotels. Yes a love hotels are great for if you're having an affair or if you just want a quick hook obsessed with somebody <hes> maybe few who hired a sex worker <hes> it's just you just rent out a hotel for you know of like thirty minutes to <hes> you can stay overnight to y- it's just short-stay yeah yeah a thirty minute rest. They call them quote rest yeah right. That's really interesting yeah. I wish i want to check it out when i was there her and it's cool because even even though me and my friend didn't go to hook up with each other yeah <hes> it's cheaper than a regular hotels so you could definitely use it as a regular hotel. You know good to know tourist out there and you're trying to you know save a dime hotel to be okay with all the other commotion happening did y'all here. We didn't hear anything. Actually we went out for the evening <hes> but <hes> yeah i mean you can rent sex toys and stuff. Wow at yeah you from from the hotel <hes> yeah you see people like you know walking in with their person..

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Persona 5 Scramble Announced for Switch

Kinda Funny Games Daily

02:24 min | 1 year ago

Persona 5 Scramble Announced for Switch

"Five s has been reveal it is persona five scrambled the phantom strikers, we're gonna go over to Mike Hickam at gamespot who writes while many speculated P five s would be unintended. Switch port of persona five parentheses even best buy seemingly leaked us which version and parentheses. It is in fact, a moose oh style action game in the vein of dynasty warriors franchise. The game is called persona five scramble the phantom. Strikers in Alice is partnering with choline Tecmo and omega force Brian sees the dynasty warriors team for development. It is coming to switch an PlayStation four though, there is no current release window. You can watch the trailer above and see joker posted up on a street light. Overlooking Shibuya crossing as a wave of shadow like enemies rush towards him. He slashes through waves of enemies in what seems like the metaverse of Shibuya, and you can see familiar Shimagami ten say demons persona slash personas like pixie and pyro Jack in the mix. If you look carefully it seems like similar elemental strengths and weaknesses. We'll be part of the combat as well. Joker summons his base, persona arson, and my Senator are sent to cast a huge explosion and take down even more enemies at once a new metal style remix of the boss theme. Blooming villain is also plays throughout the scene at the end of the trailer. There was a quick glimpse. At what appears to be a new character who is likely to be the central essential to the plot of the persona five scramble. You can see them staring joker by the reflection in there is so boss, baby. Courtney. Wanted to believe it hurts just believe why believe too, and I want to address something because people were giving me should have like. Yeah. Barrett. Flip flopped at one point one. The switch leak told you you flip flopped too soon. And to be fair you like yes, I did. But it was only for a day or two where I bought into the hype and stuff, but for the last couple of weeks, I've gone back to my doubtful ways of it's not happening. It's probably a fighting game. And then for them to come out with high rule or dynasty, warriors persona. No, I don't think anybody really expected. But this proves what I've been saying for the last couple of months is that a mainline persona title will never come to any console. That's not PlayStation because you're insane. If you don't think there's some deal between atlas and Sony. Well, Nick, Metzger writes in the patriot dot com slash kinda funny with a burning question with the announcement of persona five scramble if this sells well on switch.

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"shibuya" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"shibuya" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"And the first it was basically like you were competing for immunity because if you got on that first flight you were going to be two hours ahead of everybody else. And so it was really a race to the bottom between the three teams that made it onto the set. And flight. And so from that angle, I do think it makes more sense to put everybody on one flight we've seen every iteration of airport drama at this point and since they don't really book their own flights anymore. And it's not as vaunted a skill to go in and say and save find this flight that nobody else can find and sneak your way into the airport lounge. We kinda don't spend time in airports anymore. And maybe the show is a little bit better. Because of it. I'm almost coming around to this idea. I would rather have everybody on one flight then everybody in the back of the pack beyond a flight. And those be the only people that might conceivably get eliminated. Do we think we could split the middle though, and come up with something some sort of advantage to give those people who were able to dig in the sand. Could it be like you pick the order for performing the first roadblock? You know, depending on if they end up going with the same. I rode blog. I think the problem is to I don't necessarily have a problem with the streamlining like you said if it gets them to their location easier than just lets them go especially into such a chaotic terrarium that issue plaza. That makes sense. I think my issue with the sand digging was just that it was essentially meaningless because there was absolutely nothing. No price to it and sand, is course, and it's rough and it gets everywhere that's going to be lasting the entirety of the race. And then it was just a setup to get people more uncomfortable. And I think I think did a good job of pulling people out of their comfort zone immediately. I it's better in that regard. I think I like having attack. At the front, but you're right. It should mean something, and I have a few ideas for that. If we are all going on the same flight to Tokyo, could we stagger? Our arrivals at the next task, for instance, or years one is kind of radical. I think I got this. And I know there are there's a very small percentage of people out there that catalog all of this stuff. And so glad people have seen every international edition because I have not I think it was mazing race Norway that is where. They had a task. And then everybody got on the same flight. And then once they arrived your task was easier based on what order you arrived in. And you had a scavenger hunt type situation where the earlier you finish the task before it the fewer things you had to find. That could have been interesting, especially with the the labyrinthine and Shibuya plaza where they could have like, maybe it could have been a shopping task where they had to find a certain number of things though, again concerning how many people were able to not able to find two stores to begin with that could have just made the problem. Much much worse. My theory on how hard to find those stores work. I thought it I like a Tokyo Tokyo restaurant in Tokyo would probably be hard to Google, but somebody then googled it for out in the social media world. And it turns out that actually pretty easy to find. Is this is this a New York New York type thing I'm very confused with the naming of this. I'm not entirely sure myself or maybe there's some sort of word play situation going on. But I think mostly stuff in Shibuya. I would guess it's sort of like the Times Square of Tokyo. And certainly looks like it it looks like they dressed up like Times Square characters the second roadblock. Certainly. Yeah. Like, you give them five dollars to pose for picture with them. And then they'd shake you down for more. Yeah. Exactly. I don't know where they'd put that money. But yet looks like a time where trolls is the first thing I thought of either that or like they were dressing up for a low rent brush your teeth PSA as cavity creeps. That's a deep poll. Mike. Wow. I as deep as they were trying out pursues ical, the musical..

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"shibuya" Discussed on Japan This Week

Japan This Week

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"shibuya" Discussed on Japan This Week

"Because a famous podcast host lives there, and many others really was so many fun things to do there. So many activities so many ways to entertain yourself outside and in shops and restaurants and a relatively better work life law balance Yokohama is and has been especially popular for people in their twenties. Plus while the monotony Mira area near the port of yoga Hama is usually the most visited spot in the city Yokohama station itself has done some remodeling around the area, which is made it much more family friendly and might be why was the most desirable city to live in for people in their twenties thirties and forties, and considering the yoga MMA is also going to get a moving life-size Gundem in twenty twenty. It's really not surprising at all that it would be the most desirable city for living in the condo area. If you don't know what a gun is. They are giant science fiction, robots cut statues of them all over the place. There's one Eto Daiva. But this. One. It's actually gonna move which kind of freaks me out a little bit Japan today reader Yokohama rides naturally agrees. Thirty minutes to Tokyo and only a thirty minute train ride to the beaches near comma, Khuda, and sushi Yokohama is a great place to live here here. I second that divinity says Yokohama certainly has a nice feel about it and lots of great restaurants and bars with many GB do or craft beer pubs as well. I heard about the life sized Gundem. And it sounds pretty cool. Too bad. It won't be ready for the rugby World Cup. Ah-ha forgot about that the rugby World Cup. Final will be hosted in Yokohama. And you know, what I have to with all these comments. It is a great place to live. You'll Yokohama's great place to live. We all know that it's been voted number one. But where do you think the best place to live is in Tokyo or in Japan? Let us know at podcast at Japan today dot com. Finally in national news..

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"shibuya" Discussed on Japan This Week

Japan This Week

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"shibuya" Discussed on Japan This Week

"I'll have a little more information on it later in the show. But for now, let's get back to the week's headlines. Ousted. Nissan, boss. Carlos gone has been released from the Tokyo detention center after posting a whopping one billion yen in bail. The couple was arrested after leaving their three year old daughter was severe burns at home while they went out to go gambling Tokyo. Governor Eureko Kohic Kobe is receiving some very harsh social media backlash but not about economic policy or the upcoming twenty twenty Olympics. We'll tell you what that's all about later in the show. Yokohama has been rated the most desirable place to live in the content area. Beating Tokyo for the second year in a row. And in a week where we marked the anniversary of the Tohoku earthquake a banner has been unfurled at the busy. She'll be a crossing intersection marking how high the soon NAMI waves would have reached had it hit. She will all this plus Japan today. Readers comments and commentary. So stick around. Hi, I'm Jeff Richards, and welcome once again to Japan this week, a quick recap of stories we've been following on the Japan today website. It's Friday March eighth two thousand nineteen well in our first story this week ousted. Nissan, boss. Carlos gone was finally released on March six from the Tokyo detention center where he's been held after posting..

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"shibuya" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"shibuya" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"This is the guy from admits that though trae arc had tested internally with one hundred players. The studios putting the quality of gameplay, I over hitting an arbitrary number. What was really important to us. What's really more important to us rather than a number is the game. Play experience is as refined as it can be that that I'm sorry, that's it. The ideal perfect format for what players are going to this. So we're starting with eighty players, but we've gone higher than that whenever we launched the game as a beta or whatever, that's the beginning of something we're going to actively participating in the community and taking feedback making changes in adapting evolving the game as feedback roles in. So there's a lot that can go on that can happen beyond that, I impact of the game going out there. We always make fun of the canned PR press release quotes. Then you read somebody's train of thought, this is no one transcribes all reviews and puts them up with seagoing well, spoilers, but bubble spoilers doesn't make any sense. Anyway. My first reaction to this is especially since there's no single player this time it feels like black ops four is going to just always be an early access, right? It just seems like they're always. Which we gonna main just goes back to where we're saying about review scores earlier this this game is never going to be done. It sounds like they're just gonna always tweak it and change it right before it becomes a pub. G becomes whatever services that are constantly changing. Yeah, because if a review comes out and criticizes players, they add more players than you review score is in accurate in, it's like so many people in hit you up. Choose to complain about. So. It was more than that. I've been there. The reasoning sound though I've played. I played a lot about oil games and not. All of them are hundred. Some over some are under and as long as the maps are designed well to accommodate the player numbers you've picked it matters. Yeah, I don't think he's either. I've been surprised how many people since the announcement of this have been hung up on hitting that one hundred as if that's key to being about a rail game, if the games designed to support eighty sixty twenty. I think that's fine, and that'd be good. It's whatever the vision is, but that's the thing that Blackhawks four has to prove it has a vision for this, right? Especially to all the haters who think it's just a cash, just chasing genre super-popular. Right, right. I'll tell you what, Dave. I'm excited to see how many players the final version of this game comes with, but it's gonna take me so long to get there. If I wanna news right now, like what came to the digital mom and pop shops today? Where would I go the official list of upcoming software across each and every platform as let's by the funny games daily. Show host each and every weekday do do do do do do. It's Tuesday. There's a lot of stuff. So let's get into it four twenty eight or four hundred and twenty eight Shibuya scramble as on PlayStation four and apocalypse writers on VR. Thinking about this one, I think you're right a motorcycle. Okay, arcade islands. Volume was on PlayStation four clause of furry is on Xbox..

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"shibuya" Discussed on Omnibus

Omnibus

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"shibuya" Discussed on Omnibus

"Hey no welcome to the promo for our new show ben thank you i love promos and i'm glad to be in this one where we talk about the fact that every tuesday and thursday you and i discussed some of the most larry's bazaar and at times ridiculous stories of human civilization oh yeah yeah it can get weird pretty quickly winston churchill almost had his face blown off by a chocolate bar bomb or san diego was almost destroyed by a real life rainmaking super villain these are just a couple of topics that you'll hear on ridiculous history on the house stuff works podcast network so check us out anywhere you get your podcast and be sure to subscribe on apple podcasts and you never miss an episode how'd you co was an akita dog beautiful all day are so japanese dog in the nineteen twenties who everyday would show up at the shibuya train station which today by the way is kind of the big time square of japan like if you've ever seen the shot of tokyo with like animated dinosaurs walking across the shop windows not seen that but yeah get it imagine so it's just the bladerunner is part of this is where the light changes and all of a sudden the street is full of fifty thousand people triangular crosswalk all car stop at once and it's just nuts because there's three there's three sides so some people are going to be day some people are going from asia use but there's my pot news people you got the high pedestrians so this is the big this time and there was a there was room in this whole hullaballoo for a key to sit quietly in the nineteen twenties i imagine it was a sleepy peaceful train stop several stations down from the center of tokyo his master was an academic who taught at.

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"shibuya" Discussed on Omnibus

Omnibus

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"shibuya" Discussed on Omnibus

"Seven but around may or june subtly there are lots of photos where he starts to look livelier and there's a counts of him jumping up on people so bobby ages in reverse in the spring of eighteen sixty seven and that's where this author believes sort of in the in the manner of paul is dead a unger sprayer bobby got swapped in well and that's the story of lathi or rin tin tin there were several hey lassie even played grey friars bobby say what now there is a there the story is bobby has been turned into a film several times disney made one that's all disney up where there's a shepherd i don't know landowner fighting over who bobby loves more before the disney movie there is an older story of the grey friars bobby tail call challenge to lassie they had turned the sky terry into a rough collie the better to have powell lassie movies play grey friars bobby but possibly the most famous story along these lines is a little more recent so the providence is a little better and that's the story of hot chico in tokyo if you've ever you've never been to shibuya station is that right the big boy you say that with a lot of feel like you're on the record as telling the future audience never been to japan so far i've not been to japan although that hopefully is going to change this year by the time you listen to this you show john has been to japan many times he's beloved yep there's a statue of me next to the train station in japan as you tried to tried to twitter meet up and nobody came just waited faithfully by that train station for years i'm going to be the one that introduces avocados to japan i'm sure that they have they do but they cost sixty eight dollars of peace i'm going to be the one that introduces cheap guacamole to japan.

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"shibuya" Discussed on Travelogue

Travelogue

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"shibuya" Discussed on Travelogue

"Oh really really kind of interesting mix of stuff in in shinjuku and then a really interesting walk to do from shinjuku is to her juku uhhuh which is you know like a 15 20minute walk and you kind of past the famous ship julia crossing the you've all seen from lost in translation um that subway map as a site to bc older i mean everyone does this i that i did a too but you post up at the starbucks which is like four floors up right above shibuya crossing set up your camera for a time lapse right around rush hour and you to see these crowds just overtake us intersection stop when the light turns red overtake it again it's it's pretty wild it is and then when you go into her juku it's like a pretty interesting transition because you go from this kind of buzzing 'bladerunner type atmosphere into what is kind of like those shopping fashion district of tokyo's where you see the really crazy i mean to us crazy outfits like the next generation of fashion people in saran wrap and whatever else and then on an right alongside that are all these kind of hip modern batik fashion stores and stuff which is like fun to look at even though we can't afford anything bits on offer so it's an interesting contrast the other thing that you can do in hard uku if you come down the name your temple is also not far from their likened kind of at the top of the neighborhood so you can come from that direction as well but there's a a sort of like if you're into architecture at all all of the big design houses of we tone gucci max mara the italian houses they all have these really amazing buildings there and so if you walk through howard you can you can ago like.

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"shibuya" Discussed on Bunny Ears

Bunny Ears

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"shibuya" Discussed on Bunny Ears

"Not with repaired alexander's summit there you go it had a works that were aimed at literally i always liked mike sick in evidence against the guys like john joey number at your point exactly what was your number three to a number three i'd put a minor little generic i don't know there's something about the word yield they like i just always like the word yield is i really don't hear another county tolls really here lineal context and it it's science bro' and it's also a it's amazing when you play the alphabet game when you when you're driving we've defined like the words outside like you ensure that general why and it's it does that is a go to why and so i i haven't affection for it here still number two number two i had rapid fire has unload here i own nicest ties well if i had got what you guys were going for out of a totally different when supply mine with that it is the street sign for singer guy in shibuya tokyo because it makes me happy that i am there and they see it and it is a center guy at the name of the street yeah i g i ate and that is the centred street it is the center guy good legs to is sitting between us you this in a guy named blur weird and like the numbering so so the numbering in japan at least in the major cities is it's not based in the order of like your next to house 19th your house twenty is based on when that no one was ill i think you told me that the first time we met there mid atlantic story so there's literally no way to know where you're going to japan you can show japanese people and address and they go against doesn't mean yet noah magic being a mailman they're kind of i do i you off.

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"shibuya" Discussed on DLC

DLC

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"shibuya" Discussed on DLC

"It is a roleplaying game set in the shibuya district of tokyo where you're armor is fashion it's awesome i love that game of the guy who has legs zero fashion that's why i knew him in video games if i went to if i went to each in amer i don't know what would have people buy clothes i don't know if i went to a place and it told me that like my stats would go up if i got that i think legitimately your charisma would increase by a few points as you bought the fashion i you use all of the charisma boy's leg tricia in any and then rain were getting jairo warriors definitive edition which i think is a fascinating game in that it's a debt is it the first time we're seeing like a handheld and prior jan kind of remassed are coming together words the 3 ds aversion and the we you version of the game like all of the levels all of the content i'm curious how like that works if you jump between them if the 3 ds just looks you know narly like a 3 ds game on a big screen how much worker putting into that putting that's really cool i think it's cool that we're getting more free or more content from oreo odyssey getting it like paid content for mario plus rabid 's in this they called this a many some i think mental that hopefully implies that nintendo even has some bigger stuff coming this year because i feel like this was a lot of stuff people were expecting just this is all nintendo had and they just kinda drop all of this early january that's pretty awesome yeah i think you i think that does imply there's a maxi or whatever there's a there's a.

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"shibuya" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"shibuya" Discussed on KFC Radio

"I like how in every like super are alien movie ever like these superior beings just haven't figured out how to run on wall on on like not rugs yet or ground they are still whole earth like dogs were like hey i wanna turn how many that you have a 10 billion teeth figure out at the nato fucking third before route one five soldier but that's what i mean where it it's classic in that scientists like you know you're gonna get an extra couple steps because he's going to triple were there yeah he's going to stumble around the corner but yeah it is absolutely sheets for bob latest e his goths and hoppers like he's gone these godhra it's over dowry may opt to where like it's not like it was a g he wasn't like trapped in a car drowning or something like that way it will you weren't in the media dangerous still trying to rescue him even a fire like you still like i can get into that fired it out like bro he's getting eaten by four l he's that is a huge is hires togo absolutely no saving for hopper has the looming pick her up in shibuya two big there's one thing usually it's something you could maybe see from a me i give you the fire early you cannot get four aliens outside of him and then get out now as it is time to run sorry vape j your judge joyce year nerd boyfriend is absolutely cooked let's go rest in peace are he was a good one even was he was an eye he also wasn't supposed to do all that he was once the upper brothers met sean astin that's what i decided to write him deeper into the script and have them will do all that he was disposed to find like the map or something like that and then kind of be gone but one they met sean astin saw how you like.

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"shibuya" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"shibuya" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"He's also ready an open debate about this the he's been a proponent of kind of removing the pacifist elements to the constitution he's increased defence spending every year since becoming prime minister in 2012 this is a cornerstone e believes japan should be able to adequately defend itself rely less on this security blanket an umbrella supplied by the united states there are of course some elements of the japanese population which i've seen large demonstrations in the streets of shibuya and other places of tokyo in years past saying they don't want that they don't want to go back to those a militaristic days of course that we saw during world war 2 so this actually might be playing in to the ruling party and sins rvs hands to start the debate on his side to get more defense spending approved steve live live out of tokyo and that's why not the conversation and talk about emerging stocks they've pared losses and currencies rose on size the latest launch well we'll not spark a wider conflict business tracy alloway towards us up for more emerging market us it's then rising just a little bit again it's been pretty amazing turnaround hasn't it yeah and in fact if you look at the coffee itself it's a really good example of that just yesterday it closed i think down about a fifth of a percent at one point it was down one point six percent so a pretty dramatic recovery there now there's a good reason that this happens and that's it's because it's fairly difficult for investors to really price and model the risk of a nuclear escalation to be frank i made a joke on twitter a couple of weeks ago that i would by the dead on the risk of nuclear war because if it doesn't happen my portfolio will be on fire and if it does my portfolio will also be on fire now he's seeing people like mark mobius say similar thing using slightly less jocular language basically this is a risk that as long as there's no escalation as long as you don't see an unexpected reaction from the likes of china or say the us it's something that investors increasingly can live with and are having to live with much like the south korean population i should say in fact if you look at the chart of north korean provocations over the.

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