Kowabana: 'True' Japanese scary stories from
Kowabana: 'True' Japanese scary stories from
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Reach
Estimated number of downloads on average each episode receives within the first 30 days of airing.

6,600

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Description

Kowabana is a biweekly show in which I, Tara A. Devlin, narrate Japanese horror stories that I've personally translated from the internet. These are the Japanese equivalents of 'creepypastas,' scary stories and urban legends that are posted anonymously in an effort to frighten and entertain. The podcast is run in tandem with my website, kowabana.net, and we have cornered a very particular niche that no-one else is yet covering, so our audience is growing by the day and very dedicated to both the show and the website.

Podcast Information

About the Host
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Host Name: Tara A. Devlin
Tara A. Devlin spent the first two-thirds of her life living in Australia, the next third living in Japan, and now finally resides in Europe. She spends her time looking for the scariest stories to translate and share with the English speaking world, stories that have yet to reach Western shores.
Average Episode Length
20 Minutes - 1 Hour
Publishes
Twice a Month on Fri
Interests
Japan, horror, Asia, movies, books, anime, comics, cartoons, toys
Description of Reach
Our show is distributed through iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn, Acast and YouTube. With every ad spot ordered, we’ll promote you on the website as well, which averages 100-200 views each and every day.

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Audience Demographics

Gender
Male
50%
Female
50%
Age
12-17
0%
18-24
0%
25-34
50%
35-44
50%
45-54
0%
55-64
0%
65+
0%
Median Age: 35