Time Living in Japan: 15+ years
Employer(s): Self-Employed and Jarman International K.K.
Current Job Title: Owner-operator and Editor-in-Chief
Area(s) of Expertise: Craft beer, cider, magic, art, editing, marketing, media, writing, research, event organization and production, networking, promotion, publishing, managing, tourism
Publications Featured In: Japan Beer Times, Yokohama Seasider, Japan Today, and a variety of websites
Favorite Thing About Living in Japan: That there are countless ways to do good, create new business opportunities, and influence Japanese culture, all while being surrounded by an inimitable balance of awe-inspiring nature and mind-blowing technology.
Favorite Place to Visit in Japan: I’ve no one favourite place, but you can start with Yakushima Island.
I’m the owner-operator of inCiderJapan G.K., publisher of Japan’s first and only bilingual magazine dedicated to all things cider. In addition to working as the Editor-in-Chief at Jarman International K.K., I’m also a professional magician, craft beer and cider consultant, and a freelance writer and editor.
Recently Published Work
[/su_row]Lee is the Editor-in-Chief for Jarman International K.K. and in this capacity, he publishes all articles on the JI Core 50 section on Japan Today’s Insight section. Many of these articles are produced by JI Core 50 writers but Lee, along with publishing his own work, expertly edits each article and contributes to the world’s understanding of Japan.