Japan By River Cruise

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Summary

Bobby and Ollie discuss how one Japanese bank is trying to move away from the use of hanko rubber stamps, concluding setting up a bank in Japan is only advised if you have a short Japanese name and don't plan to use the services that the bank provides.

Also, Ollie has a river cruise recomendation for government officials with a generous expense account, and Bobby has good news for anybody worried that the river cruise industry are not playing their part in stopping the COVID-19 virus.

We reluctantly read every message we receive, and since the quality of the messages we are getting is so hopelessly low lately, this would be a great week to hit that 'Cruse Feedback Form' button at https://japanbyrivercruise.com/ and demonstrate you can write in full sentences, without words that Bobby and Ollie need to search Urban Dictionary for, and contains content that is at the very least tangentally related to the podcast.

Show Notes

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What is Japan By River Cruise?

Stand-up comedians Bobby Judo and Ollie Horn purport to report on the Japanese river cruise industry each week.