Japan: 明晴学園ろう学校

Japan: 明晴学園ろう学校

明晴学園ろう学校は、日本で唯一の私立バイリンガルろう教育プログラムであり、ジェフとジョエルはこの学校が生徒に提供する規律のある、ろう中心の環境に圧倒されています。(日本語字幕) English subtitle is available onhttps://www.joelbarish.com/nobarriers/nb-asia/nb-japan/japan-meisei-gakuen-school-for-the-deaf/

Japan: Meisei Gakuen School for the Deaf

Japan: Meisei Gakuen School for the Deaf

At Meisei Gakuen School for the Deaf, the only private bilingual deaf education program in Japan, Jeff, and Joel are blown away at the disciplined and deaf-centric environment this school provides for their students. (captioned)英語字幕は利用可能ですhttps://www.joelbarish.com/nobarriers/nb-asia/nb-japan/japa

Tokyo: Sumo Experience (Japanese Subtitles)

Tokyo: Sumo Experience (Japanese Subtitles)

ショエルは相撲部屋で力士との食事交流を持つ機会がありました。 日馬富士公平横綱のろう兄について話を聞かせてもらいました。 ジョエルの相撲体験は見逃せない 字幕付き) Joel has a chance to interact and have lunch with sumo wrestlers at a sumo stable. Harumafuji Kōhei, yokozuna, sumo’s highest rank, shares his story about his Deaf brother. Don’t miss Joel’s match with sumo wrestler!

Tokyo: Sumo Experience (English Subtitles)

Tokyo: Sumo Experience (English Subtitles)

Joel has a chance to interact and have lunch with sumo wrestlers at a sumo stable. Harumafuji Kōhei, yokozuna, sumo’s highest rank, shares his story about his Deaf brother. Don’t miss Joel’s match with sumo wrestler! (captioned)Japanese Subtitles: click here

Tokyo: Fusao’s Bigger and Better Deaf-Friendly Restaurant

Tokyo: Fusao’s Bigger and Better Deaf-Friendly Restaurant

Fusao, the other popular Deaf-owned restaurant that flourished in the last few years, has just moved to second and bigger location. The owner of the same name, Fusao, explains how he bought the coveted venue in the hot spot. Despite the restaurant’s size, it is always jam-packed with both Deaf and h

Tokyo: The Famous Robot Restaurant

Tokyo: The Famous Robot Restaurant

Robot Restaurant is well-known in Tokyo and around the world for its colorful and electrifying Robot Show. It is one of a must-see places in the city, so Joel Barish is taking you there for an evening of mind-boggling entertainment. (captioned)

Tokyo: Sushi Making 101

Tokyo: Sushi Making 101

Sushi-loving Joel Barish invites you to the Sushi-Making academy, where, believe it or not, Joel gets to make his own first sushi ever! It is not just a roll of rice and raw fishes, but a beautiful form of art that is finger-licking delicious! (captioned)

Tokyo: Sign With Me Franchise Restaurant

Tokyo: Sign With Me Franchise Restaurant

After six years, Joel Barish revisits a Deaf-owned restaurant that turned into a franchise with the second establishment which just opened in the Tokyo Dome City. He explains the restaurant’s interesting policy and what is next for their expanding franchise business. (captioned)

Tokyo: Take Me Out to the Ball Game

Tokyo: Take Me Out to the Ball Game

Joel Barish goes to a baseball game at the Tokyo Dome. The best part of the game is not the players, but the fans. Let Joel take you out to the ball game! (captioned)

Foodie Adventure in Osaka

Foodie Adventure in Osaka

[vimeo 141874419 w=500 h=281]Joel Barish shares his foodie experiences in Osaka, a city famous for wide variety of delicacies. Watch Joel taste unique foods from the sea urchin roe to udon noodles soup made of dough kneaded with chef’s feet. Joel also takes a side trip to visit 1,200 white deer in N

A Day and Night in Bustling Tokyo

A Day and Night in Bustling Tokyo

[vimeo 141007648 w=500 h=281] Joel Barish was invited to give a speech at the Japan Deaf Power Expo in Tokyo. During his downtime, he and his friend begin the tour of the city with a super-fast elevator to the Tembo Deck, which is around 450 meters high. Next, they play with taiko, Japanese traditio

Japan: Kyoto

Japan: Kyoto

Joel makes his last stop of Japan in Kyoto. He travels with his group to visit the ever-so-beautiful Kinkaku-ji. Afterwards, they go on to the first Deaf school in all of Japan. They take in the history, and learn how the teachers communicate with their students! They make a stop at a local market

Japan: Visiting the Ota Surf House

Japan: Visiting the Ota Surf House

Joel brings his band of traveling mates to visit Tatsuro Ota. We get to go inside his surf house and see everything you can imagine of that relates to the world of surfing. Joel chats with Tatsuro to get a better idea of what this surf house is all about. Tatsuro takes us inside to his factory wher

Japan: Visiting the Snow Monkeys

Japan: Visiting the Snow Monkeys

Joel and David are joined by Sung and Young Park, along with Yumi and Tetsuro, local Japanese friends. They all are traveling to Nagano, to see the Snow Monkeys! First, they head to the middle of nowhere for a hotel/restaurant that is well known for its authentic traditional Japanese cultural expe

Japan: Glimpse of Tokyo

Japan: Glimpse of Tokyo

First stop in Japan… Tokyo! Joel heads straight into the city, right after landing, with his friend, David. They meet up with two tour guides and explore crazy and busy Tokyo for 18 hours! First, Joel brings David to meet Fusao, a Deaf restaurant owner and try out his specials. Want to see fish you

Around The World Tour: Tokyo, Japan

Around The World Tour: Tokyo, Japan

In Joel’s welcome episode to Asia, he visits the Ginza Shopping District in Tokyo, famous for being the first area in Japan to have electricity. He takes you to his hotel where Deaf people work, interviewing Hiragi, Miyagi and Nakasawa, deaf women in the laundry room with Yumi as the interpreter –