Japanese television

Love Japanese TV Shows? Take a Tour of These 4 TV Stations in Tokyo!

Japanese TV shows such as anime, dramas, and variety shows are remarkably popular not just in Japan but also in other parts of the world. TV stations are aware of it that some of them have opened their doors to the public and to fans who would like to tour around their studios. Visitors will…

Top 5 Funniest Jimmy Onishi Moments in Japanese Comedy Show “Waratte wa Ikenai”

Despite most assuming that Japan is a country of serious faces and hidden emotions, the TV industry is booming with slapstick comedy, comedians from Osaka, and classic shows putting a smile on fans’ faces. Japanese comedy comes in a variety of types: rakugo, an amusing monologue performed by a solo speaker; owarai, which includes game…

3 Great Ideas on How to Spend New Year’s Eve in Japan

Another year is almost over, and no doubt you’re thinking about how to spend the New Year’s celebration while you are in Japan. Christmas in Japan is very different to how it is in most Western countries; people often eat chicken and see illuminations with their partner rather than eat homemade food with their families.…

Meet this 24-Year-Old Award-Winning Actor With More than 60 Films!

Sometani Shota (染谷将太) is still young, but he has already appeared in more than 60 films, worked with some of the most prominent directors and married with a child to a famous and internationally recognized actress. Sometani Shota A post shared by Sareena Sattapon (@sareenasattapon) on Jan 27, 2016 at 10:09am PST Also called “Someya”…

What Makes Japanese Television Different From the Rest of the World?

Media affects our lives in many aspects. It can reflect the society and what is happening now, it can connect us with other countries and entertain us. In my country, political satire shows, observational comedy performances, and news satire programs are mainstream. But in Japan, TVs can be very different. I have noticed Japan has…