A Japan Guy Interview: My Japan Experience featuring Mad TV’s Erica Ash

This is a three-part interview that I did with my SUPER-TALENTED, elder sister, Erica Ash. I won’t talk to much about the details of the interview because I really want you to take a look, but needless to say Erica’s interview was true to form, you’re going to get some down-to-earth, knitty-gritty info about what life in Japan was like for her.




In the interview Erica mentions several things that she’s been doing since she moved back to the U.S: one project is the broadway play “Baby It’s You” if you’re in New York and want to catch a show, and the other is her comedic blog, www.thedeviledangel.com.

Here are the blog’s instructions on how you can get your very own advice from the deviled angel:


Many of you have asked  how to post your questions on “The Deviled Angel” blog site. 
You don’t! We will!  Just send your stories, problems, issues and questions to TheDeviledAngel@gmail.com and be sure to write: ”Ask the Deviled Angel” in the subject line.  The Deviled Angel team will read your submission, formulate a response and post both the question and answer on the blog site
Once you see your answers posted (or anyone else’s) feel free to comment right on the blog.  Each new blog is a conversation waiting to happen and we love to hear opinions!
Thank you to those of you who have already done so (you will see your posts soon!).
Continue to spread the word and subscribe!  You’re always welcome at TheDeviledAngel.com.”

I wanted to be sure to post her information about her blog so you can go and check it out and to say thank for making time for an interview. After you finish watching the interview, please let me know what you think, or if you have questions or comments for Erica, please feel free to post them right in the comments section. We’d love to hear what you have to say.

Thank you so much for reading and watching today!

See you next time,

Donald Ash

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  • candy

    Can I say I LOVE you and your sister? You guys are crazy!!! I love us….along with the races too. lol

    • Donald Ash

      Thank you Candy! I really had a good time clowning with my sister, but trying to be somewhat informative at the same time. I appreciate you posting.

  • Chad Bamsey

    That was really entertaining yet informative to watch. So cool that Erica got to announce fights and meet so many people! Glad I took the time to watch this.

  • http://www.facebook.com/jasmine.cox.520 Jasmine Cox

    You and your sister are hilarious! I loved the videos and thanks for sharing. I just found your website and read a few of your blogs, they’re very helpful. I actually live in Tokyo and work at Aeon, but will soon be finishing up my contract. I want to stay in Japan longer do you have any advice on where to look for jobs? You may already have a blog about that, if so please point me in the right direction. Thanks so much!

  • puuko

    Ahh, I just really want to say, Thank you for this post! I recently graduated college and am pre-med. But I’ve been wanting to spend time in Japan for the experience (I’ve been fascinated by Japanese entertainment and media) but I’ve been rolling around telling myself that I shouldn’t and to just stay with the “safe” route. I feel like I haven’t really found “me” yet and this video just helps me feel more comfortable that other people have gone through the same path and that I should take chances while I’m still young. *And I completely understand the whole “falling asleep” while reading science stuff. I swear, it’s like a magical spell. lol. Thank you and to your sister.

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