Our guest is Justin Potts who has lived in Japan for the last 15 years, working on various projects to connect different communities from rural to global, with the power of Japanese traditional food culture. And he is also a kurabito at a sake brewery and the co-host of sake and shochu specialized podcast Sake On Air.
In this episode, we will discuss how Justin got involved in Japanese culture, his fascinating activities to promote Japanese food culture and empower communities, his podcast, his job at the brewery and much, much more!!!
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