Kaleb, Kong & Don Talking About The Jacksons Reunion And Other Concerts Coming to Tokyo The original Jackson 5 members with a special tribute to Michael will be happening in Tokyo in December. The music director for part of the show, Mr. Kaleb James explains some of what’s planned so far. Click here for more [...]
Morton Rips THREE MUSKETEERS movie Listen to hear what our film critic Don Morton emphatically says this is “one of the worst movies ever made.” You won’t believe the movie he’s talking about. There are 7 other films opening in Tokyo this weekend too and our cranky critic has opinions about each one, including one [...]
Hear About the Kyoto Pop-Up Party at Niwaka Store Hear our special guest Ricardo Alverado of the Kyoto Fan Facebook site talk about the VOUGE FASHION NIGHT Kyoto Pop-Up Party event being held at Niwaka Minami Aoyama Jewelry Store near Omotesando station on November 5th. This event will showcase some very rare performances featuring both [...]
Do you like art? Are you an artist? Maybe you just enjoy contemporary, high-spirited art? Then, this is a festival you’ll surely want to hear about, it’s called Design Festa 2011 happening at Tokyo Big Site on November 11th, 12th and 13th. Hear all about it in this short, 13-minute edition of the MetPod podcast. [...]
Jackson Reunion Concert/Michael Jackson Tribute Concert in Tokyo Did you know the Jackson’s are planning both a reunion and “Michael Jackson Tribute Concert” in Japan? In this podcast we talk with the band leader for that upcoming show, Kaleb James along with the Entertainment/Music editor for Metropolis magazine, Dan Grunebaum. And did you know that these [...]
Useful Information About Tokyo and All Japan: Lonely Planet If you live in Japan, or if you have a friend considering a trip to Japan, this is the podcast you must hear! Lonely Planet Japan author, Tim Hornyak, shares some of his insights and experiences as one of the travel writers for this international, highly respected [...]
No sugar coating this time, no jingles, no background music, no sound FX… this is raw, honest stuff. We just turned the mic on and engaged our cranky (and oftimes funny) film critic Don Morton asking him for opinions on the English-language movies opening in Tokyo this week.
SHINE ON JAPAN! Japan-based Kim Forsythe and husband, Mark Ferris of the Tyler Foundation have created a new CD titled SHINE ON featuring a wide variety of musical styles ranging from pop to rock to show tunes and even a taste of country. The CD showcases such internationally known talents as Sir Tim Rice (Lion [...]