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How the Sports Writers Festival gave Yoshi some ideas

Japanese Correspondent Yoshi is in Melbourne for a short break and he enjoyed the Sports Writers Festival with a few of the Almanackers. He found some inspiration to keep pushing himself as a writer.

Almanac Dinner: Yoshi lights up the North Fitzroy Arms

A happy (and rather boisterous) crew had dinner with Yoshi Imagawa at the North Fitzroy Arms. Matt Quartermaine, who arrived fashionably late, was in the best position to make some observations. [The chicken wing re-enactment was a highlight – Ed]

Dinner with Yoshi (Oct 27) – all welcome.

Yoshi is in town. Join him for dinner on Oct 27 at the North Fitzroy Arms.

Yoshi on requesting trades because of homesickness

Yoshi presents some thoughts for discussion about players from interstate clubs wanting to be traded back to their home states.

Yoshi Visiting Melbourne in October

Look out Melbourne the Footy Almanac’s Japan correspondent is headed your way. You are invited to the North Fitzroy Arms on 27 October to come and say g’day

Finals Week 3 – Richmond v GWS: Roaring Tigers and Emotional Yoshi

Japanese correspondent traveled to Coolabah to catch up with a Richmond supporter mate. His mate may not have been there, but he made friends with Tigers supporters and watched a cracking game of preliminary finals footy.

Yoshi’s thoughts on Jake Stringer

Yoshi looks at the playing career of Jake Stringer and what might be next for the exciting forward.

Yoshi’s definition of rivalry

Yoshi contends that sporting rivalries fuel sporting passion and reveals his own hidden rivalry.

From Yoshi to former St Kilda players

Yoshi shares his saintly advice for Brendon Goddard and Essendon

Open Letter to Jake Carlisle from Yoshi

Yoshi is angry and is not going to take it anymore. Jake Carlisle’s attitude and behaviour that is. Jake, you’re on notice.

Yoshi’s Soap Box

I stay loyal to the mighty Saints – Yoshi gives us the Kyoto version of The Run Home.

Yoshi on Jake Carlisle

Yoshi was tired and a bit cranky after a long stint at work. Jake Carlisle’s antics, and the way they were reported didn’t help.

Round 18 – Port Adelaide v St Kilda: The End of the 2015 Season for Yoshi

Yoshi’s explains how his year of watching football in 2015 came to a abrupt end while trying to watch his Saints play against Port Adelaide on Sunday afternoon. [I didn’t pick you as a firebrand, Yoshi – Ed]

Yoshi’s Supporting Message to Andy Murray

Yoshi throws his support behind A Murray for tonight’s final of the Australian Open, and opens a great line of questioning regarding the role of gender in sport (or any field of expert endeavour). Of course, referencing his St Kilda Football Club.

Yoshi’s Ten Biggest Sporting Upsets : February 2014 – January 2015

Yoshi lists his 10 biggest sporting upsets that have occurred between February 2014 to January 2015. There’s a healthy smattering of AFL surprises, but also some shocks from the World Game and on the tennis courts, too.

What Made Yoshi Play Tennis and the Story of His Playing Days

It’s love-all on the tennis court of our hearts. Why do men do anything? For love, that’s what. A sucker for the ladies in tennis gear, Yoshi picked up a racquet and found a different kind of love.

SCG Test, Australia v India – Day Four: Yoshi’s Catch Up

Yoshi’s take on day three and four from the SCG – conveniently packaged into one article for you. Job hunting and more Doctors appointments can’t keep Yoshi from following the action at Moore Park

MCG Test, Australia v India – Day Three: Yoshi’s Cricket Diary

The Test cricket bug has well and truly bitten Yoshi Imagawa. Yoshi keeps track of both Australia and New Zealand’s fortunes in matches against India and Sri Lanka, respectively, while going about his usual Sunday in downtown Sapporo, Japan

What Yoshi Thinks About Cricket

Yoshi Imagawa’s love affair with all things Australia and New Zealand continues. Having fallen for Australian Rules and the All-Blacks, is siren song of Test cricket now calling to Imagawa-san?

Yoshi Keeps Writing about Footy: Ross Lyon’s Play List

Some more Yoshi Imagawa brilliance from our ‘Nacker in the Land of the Rising Sun. Yoshi’s run the numbers on Ross Lyon’s Dockers and confirms a (potentially) concerning trend re-emerging.