"Japanzine" is a Japanese English-language magazine published by Carter Witt Media and edited by Jon Wilks. Now 18 years in publication, it is the successor magazine to "The Alien" and caters largely to the expatriate community in Japan. Each edition of the magazine contains a map of various Japanese cities and an entertainment guide, as well as several articles - both satirical and serious - on Japanese life. The comic strip character Charisma Man first appeared in the Alien and later in Japanzine.

Current contributors include:

Emily Millar (staff writer)
Wayne Cohen
JP Duquette
Wayne Wilson
Zack Davisson
DJ Blue Wolf
Jon Nice
Kazuhide Otani

Past editors include:

Justine Bornstein
James Hadfield
Doug Breath

External links

* [http://www.seekjapan.jp seekjapan.jp]

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