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Samurai Archives Japanese History Podcast

Samurai Archives Japanese History Podcast

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Follow your hosts on a trek into Japanese history, from ancient Japan to the end of the Samurai and all points in between - culture, warfare, literature, and interviews. The Official Podcast of the Samurai Archives Japanese History page.

Latest Episodes

The 2019 Shuri Castle Fire P2

Welcome back to our coverage of the fire at Shuri castle in Okinawa in 2019. Dr. Travs Seifman continues his discussion of the fire, its implications, and its impact on Okinawa.

34 MINMAY 19
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The 2019 Shuri Castle Fire P2

The 2019 Shuri Castle Fire P1

In late 2019, Shuri Castle in Okinawa burned down in a fire. Multiple buildings were burned, as well as a whole host of irreplaceable cultural artifacts. Dr. Travis Seifman talks about the history of the castle, what was lost, and what the castle means to the Okinawans.

38 MINMAR 31
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The 2019 Shuri Castle Fire P1

The Origin of the One-Eyed Dragon: Date Masamune - Tales of the Samurai #8

In far Northern Japan on the peripheries of the known world, an aggressive and moody child with one eye and a bad temper would come to prominence almost despite himself. Date Masamune, AKA the "One-Eyed Dragon" would eventually become a powerful and enigmatic ruler in the far North who won the respect of some of the most powerful Daimyo of his age.

37 MINJAN 31
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The Origin of the One-Eyed Dragon: Date Masamune - Tales of the Samurai #8

Interview with Sengoku Daimyo's Chronicles of Japan Podcast host Joshua Badgley

Today I'm talking to Joshua Badgley, the host of Sengoku Daimyo's Chronicles of Japan podcast. Get the inside scoop on this new podcast narrating the chronological history of Japan.

58 MIN2019 DEC 25
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Interview with Sengoku Daimyo's Chronicles of Japan Podcast host Joshua Badgley

Travel and Tourism in Premodern Japan P2

This episode, Marky Star, Dr. Travis Seifman, and I continue our discussion of travel and tourism in premodern Japan.

44 MIN2019 NOV 21
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Travel and Tourism in Premodern Japan P2

Travel and Tourism in Premodern Japan P1

This episode I'm joined by Marky Star of the JapanThis blog, and Dr. Travis Seifman to talk about travel and tourism in premodern Japan. We have a very wide ranging conversation that includes modern Japanese tourism, where to go to find the history of Japanese Ninja Socks, and why you can no longer get a prostitute with your ramen noodles. All that and much more!

59 MIN2019 OCT 24
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Travel and Tourism in Premodern Japan P1

Japan and the Chinese Tributary System P2

In this episode we continue our discussion of Japan's place in the "Chinese World Order". For thousands of years China was the center of culture and commerce in East Asia, and disseminated trade and political systems and ideology through a tribute system, which Japan had a complicated relationship with.

30 MIN2019 SEP 27
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Japan and the Chinese Tributary System P2

Japan and the Chinese Tributary System P1

In this episode we discuss Japan's place in the "Chinese World Order". For thousands of years China was the center of culture and commerce in East Asia, and disseminated trade and political systems and ideology through a tribute system, which Japan had a complicated relationship with.

40 MIN2019 AUG 28
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Japan and the Chinese Tributary System P1

Sengoku Daimyo Mori Motonari - All Out War - Tales of the Samurai #7

By the mid-1550's, Mori Motonari had expanded and consolidated his power base considerably. But with the Ouchi, Otomo, and Amako threats ever present, it was only a matter of time before the Mori clan would be thrust into an all out war for the West. Outro music "Two Swords" by _ghost Credit for this topic choice goes to Tercero. Thanks! Patreon Special Thanks: Luis, Cody Makua Burks, Marty Brennan, Kelsey, Patrick Stewart

43 MIN2019 JUL 22
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Sengoku Daimyo Mori Motonari - All Out War - Tales of the Samurai #7

The Rise of Sengoku Daimyo Mori Motonari - Tales of the Samurai #6

Early in the Sengoku period in 1523, Mori Motonari became the unexpected head of a scrappy little warrior house in Aki province, caught between two powerful warring clans. Motonari would eventually parlay his small holdings into one of the most powerful Samurai families in all of Western Japan. This is the story of his rise to power. Outro music "Two Swords" by _ghost Credit for this topic choice goes to Tercero. Thanks! Patreon Special Thanks: Luis, Cody Makua Burks, Marty Brennan, Kelsey

45 MIN2019 JUN 21
Comments
The Rise of Sengoku Daimyo Mori Motonari - Tales of the Samurai #6

Latest Episodes

The 2019 Shuri Castle Fire P2

Welcome back to our coverage of the fire at Shuri castle in Okinawa in 2019. Dr. Travs Seifman continues his discussion of the fire, its implications, and its impact on Okinawa.

34 MINMAY 19
Comments
The 2019 Shuri Castle Fire P2

The 2019 Shuri Castle Fire P1

In late 2019, Shuri Castle in Okinawa burned down in a fire. Multiple buildings were burned, as well as a whole host of irreplaceable cultural artifacts. Dr. Travis Seifman talks about the history of the castle, what was lost, and what the castle means to the Okinawans.

38 MINMAR 31
Comments
The 2019 Shuri Castle Fire P1

The Origin of the One-Eyed Dragon: Date Masamune - Tales of the Samurai #8

In far Northern Japan on the peripheries of the known world, an aggressive and moody child with one eye and a bad temper would come to prominence almost despite himself. Date Masamune, AKA the "One-Eyed Dragon" would eventually become a powerful and enigmatic ruler in the far North who won the respect of some of the most powerful Daimyo of his age.

37 MINJAN 31
Comments
The Origin of the One-Eyed Dragon: Date Masamune - Tales of the Samurai #8

Interview with Sengoku Daimyo's Chronicles of Japan Podcast host Joshua Badgley

Today I'm talking to Joshua Badgley, the host of Sengoku Daimyo's Chronicles of Japan podcast. Get the inside scoop on this new podcast narrating the chronological history of Japan.

58 MIN2019 DEC 25
Comments
Interview with Sengoku Daimyo's Chronicles of Japan Podcast host Joshua Badgley

Travel and Tourism in Premodern Japan P2

This episode, Marky Star, Dr. Travis Seifman, and I continue our discussion of travel and tourism in premodern Japan.

44 MIN2019 NOV 21
Comments
Travel and Tourism in Premodern Japan P2

Travel and Tourism in Premodern Japan P1

This episode I'm joined by Marky Star of the JapanThis blog, and Dr. Travis Seifman to talk about travel and tourism in premodern Japan. We have a very wide ranging conversation that includes modern Japanese tourism, where to go to find the history of Japanese Ninja Socks, and why you can no longer get a prostitute with your ramen noodles. All that and much more!

59 MIN2019 OCT 24
Comments
Travel and Tourism in Premodern Japan P1

Japan and the Chinese Tributary System P2

In this episode we continue our discussion of Japan's place in the "Chinese World Order". For thousands of years China was the center of culture and commerce in East Asia, and disseminated trade and political systems and ideology through a tribute system, which Japan had a complicated relationship with.

30 MIN2019 SEP 27
Comments
Japan and the Chinese Tributary System P2

Japan and the Chinese Tributary System P1

In this episode we discuss Japan's place in the "Chinese World Order". For thousands of years China was the center of culture and commerce in East Asia, and disseminated trade and political systems and ideology through a tribute system, which Japan had a complicated relationship with.

40 MIN2019 AUG 28
Comments
Japan and the Chinese Tributary System P1

Sengoku Daimyo Mori Motonari - All Out War - Tales of the Samurai #7

By the mid-1550's, Mori Motonari had expanded and consolidated his power base considerably. But with the Ouchi, Otomo, and Amako threats ever present, it was only a matter of time before the Mori clan would be thrust into an all out war for the West. Outro music "Two Swords" by _ghost Credit for this topic choice goes to Tercero. Thanks! Patreon Special Thanks: Luis, Cody Makua Burks, Marty Brennan, Kelsey, Patrick Stewart

43 MIN2019 JUL 22
Comments
Sengoku Daimyo Mori Motonari - All Out War - Tales of the Samurai #7

The Rise of Sengoku Daimyo Mori Motonari - Tales of the Samurai #6

Early in the Sengoku period in 1523, Mori Motonari became the unexpected head of a scrappy little warrior house in Aki province, caught between two powerful warring clans. Motonari would eventually parlay his small holdings into one of the most powerful Samurai families in all of Western Japan. This is the story of his rise to power. Outro music "Two Swords" by _ghost Credit for this topic choice goes to Tercero. Thanks! Patreon Special Thanks: Luis, Cody Makua Burks, Marty Brennan, Kelsey

45 MIN2019 JUN 21
Comments
The Rise of Sengoku Daimyo Mori Motonari - Tales of the Samurai #6
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