Accessible Japan – Have Disability, Will Travel – S01 E02

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Wow, a second episode!  We are not starting into interviews until next time, but instead in this episode we look at a topic closely related to the Accessible Travel Forum – our sister site, Accessible Japan.

Accessible Japan is a website that aims to destroy the image that Japan is not accessible, and encourage people with disabilities to come visit the land of the rising sun.  The site features tips, travel guides, hotel listings and more to prepare you for your first visit.  But it is much better to listen and find out the details!

Find out more about Accessible Japan at www.accessible-japan.com.  On twitter as @AccessibleJapan, or Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/AccessibleJapan.

Please subscribe and share the podcast with friends!  If you have any suggestions for guests, please be sure to let us know by sending an email to [email protected].

The transcript can be downloaded here: PDF of transcript.

Josh

Music: Sands of Windhoek by Ask Again

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