This week on The Free Cheese Podcast:

Joe sits down with Alex Fraioli of the No More Whoppers podcast and the bar CRITICAL HIT. We discuss living in Japan and how you can never get used to the xenophobia. We talk about Alex’s bar, CRITICAL HIT, a bar centered around classic video games in Nagoya, Japan. Alex explains the benefits of living in Japan, along with some of the aspects of the country that make it difficult as an American. We discuss the reasons why classic video games will always be better than modern games, and how playing a game can take you back to that one kid’s weird basement over twenty years later.

Alex tells us what happens when you ignore your mail in Japan, and gives advice for anyone who is looking to open their own business or move to Japan. We also talk about his podcast, No More Whoppers, and how recording each week helps to keep everything in order.

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Joe is the creator of The Free Cheese. He eats a lot of pizza and takes thousands of pictures of his pugs Oswald and Earl every day. He has a disorder that causes him to believe that he is Batman and his favorite video game is Castlevania: Symphony of the Night.

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