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Yumiko Satoさん: Discover Japan
ハンドル名Yumiko Sato さん
ブログタイトルDiscover Japan
ブログURLhttps://discoverjapannow.wordpress.com/
サイト紹介文アメリカ人がよく不思議がる、日本の文化に関してのブログです。留学準備や英語の勉強にどうぞ。
自由文In this blog I share my thoughts on Japan and its culture, based on the questions my American friends have asked me over the years.
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更新頻度(1年)情報提供13回 / 365日(平均0.2回/週) - 参加 2013/10/08 09:22

Yumiko Sato さんのブログ記事

  • 過去の記事 …
  • Prejudice Towards People with Disabilities
  • I recently spoke with Yuki Arai, a writer and a researcher of disability in the arts. We talked about two of his books: One is abo
    ut the art studio in the psychiatric hospital in Tokyo, and the other about Hiroshi Yokota, a leading figure in the Japanese disab
    ility movement in the 1970’s. We talked about […] [続きを読む]
  • BLISS #5 Hospice Music Therapy in Japan
  • In this episode of BLISS I speak with Hisako Nakayama, a music therapist, in Hokkaido, Japan. She has been working at hospices for
    15 years and advocating for music therapy through a NPO organization called “Wa Harmony”. Her work has been featured in the N
    HK news this year. In the interview Nakayama talks about many […] [続きを読む]
  • BLISS #4 Hope for Cancer Patients
  • There are only about 1000 oncologists in Japan (while there are over 14,000 of them in the U.S), and Noriyuki Katsumata, M.D. is o
    ne of them. He is the professor of the department of medical oncology at Nippon Medical School. Several years ago, a book written
    by a famous radiologist named Makoto Kondo became a […] [続きを読む]
  • BLISS # 2 Beyond Sadness
  • “Children can overcome their parents’ cancer. It’s not something that will cause them pain forever,” says, Kaori Osawa, a social worker at Tokyo Kyosai Hospital. She is the director of “Hope Tree,” a NPO organization helping cancer survivors and their children. Her passion for her work comes from her personal experiences: She was diagnosed with […] [続きを読む]
  • BLISS will Start Next Week!
  • Bliss, my new podcast, will start next week. I’ve been preparing for it for the last 6 months, and it’s finally ready! In the
    first episode I speak with Dr. Jun Chiba, a medical doctor in Yokosuka city, Kanagawa Prefecture, where more people are able to sp
    end their last days at home than any other […] [続きを読む]
  • New podcast, BLISS, will start next month!
  • I’m starting my new podcast, Bliss. On this show I’ll invite guests from healthcare and social welfare communities to discuss
    various topics ranging from music therapy to spirituality. The show will be in Japanese, but I’ll write a summary in English and
    share it with you on this blog. The show will start next month! […] [続きを読む]
  • 4 Best Things to Do in Tokyo
  • Have you ever wondered what locals do when visiting a new place? My hometown is Tokyo, and I’m often asked that question. Today I’ll share with you the four best things to do in Tokyo. 1. Harmonica yokocho(ハーモニカ横丁) Kichijouji (吉祥寺) is my home, and Harmonica Yokocho lies at the heart of it. It was originally […] [続きを読む]
  • Happy New Year!
  • Have you had a restful holiday season? I’ve spent much of the holiday at home, following the Japanese new year tradition: cleaning, cooking, and reflection. I hope you’re staying warm. My goal for this year is to start my podcast, Bliss. The show will be in Japanese, but I’ll write a summary of each show […] [続きを読む]
  • BLISS: New Podcast
  • I’m starting a podcast called Bliss. On this show I’ll invite guests from healthcare and social welfare communities in Japan t
    o discuss various topics ranging from music therapy to spirituality. Last month I’ve started a crowdfunding campaign to fund the
    project. The site doesn’t have language support, but if you’re interested in supporting the project, […] [続きを読む]
  • 【New Book】Heart of the Dying
  • “Heart of the Dying” (POPLAR Publishing Co., Ltd.) By Yumiko Sato 1/10/2017 (Release Date) I’m happy to announce that my second book “Heart of the Dying (Shi ni yuku hito ha nani o omounoka)” will be published in January, 2017 (The book is in Japanese). Since returning to Japan three years ago I’ve met many […] [続きを読む]
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