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1. Yakitate!! Japan

  • Genres: Animation, Comedy
  • Popularity: 3.963
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Yakitate!! Japan

Azuma Kazuma isn't terribly clever, but he's got a good heart and great skill - at baking. Since childhood, he's been on a quest to create the perfect bread to represent Japan internationally. Now, he seeks to enter the famous bakery Pantasia, in hopes of reaching his goal. But plots abound...


2. Mosaic Japan

  • Genres: Drama
  • Popularity: 1.063
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Mosaic Japan

After being retrenched from his job at a Tokyo securities firm, Tsunezue Riichi decides to return to his hometown to work. He soon lands a job at the company GALAXYZ, a job that his parents highly recommended. GALAXYZ is a newly set up company, with young entrepreneur Kui Yoshiaki at its helm. Unbeknownst to Riichi, the company actually handles AV (Adult Videos i.e. Porn) projects. Even the OL's at the company's premises are actually all aspiring AV actresses. Throughout the entire company, everything is AV-centric, with even filming taking place within the office! Amidst all these, Riichi finds himself fascinated by a sweet charming girl, Momoko, another OL/AV-wannabe...


3. Japanology Plus

  • Genres: Documentary
  • Popularity: 3.773
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Japanology Plus

Host Peter Barakan delves into various aspects of Japanese culture; exploring practices, history, and modern innovations in such areas as ramen, rice, sushi, geisha, bonsai, and so much more. Local experts discuss their passions at fascinating length, and American Japanophile Matt Alt experiences the food, practices, and cultures in each episode in depth. Viewers will finish each half hour episode with a new understanding of an area of Japanese life through demonstrative videos and explanations, all delivered respectfully and true to the Japanese way of life.


4. Japan Railway Journal

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Japan Railway Journal

Discover the secrets of Japan's railways, from the newest technologies and systems in use, to travel tips and must-see places.


5. Joanna Lumley's Japan

  • Genres: Documentary
  • Popularity: 0.269
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Joanna Lumley's Japan

The British actress goes on a 2,000 mile journey across the four main islands of Japan, travelling from North to South meeting local people and absorbing the culture.


6. Japanorama

  • Genres: Documentary, News, Comedy
  • Popularity: 0.957
  • Vote Count: 1
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Japanorama

Japanorama was a series of documentaries presented by Jonathan Ross, exploring various facets of popular culture and trends of modern-day Japan. Each episode had a theme, around which he presented cultural phenomena, films, music, and art that exemplify facets of Japan. The series was colourful in both its creative use of subject matter, and its use of bright colours that helped accent the action on screen rather than distract from it. Subjects were separated by eye catches that often featured the artwork of Junko Mizuno. Ross hosted each episode in suits so bright and stylised they could have been stolen from an anime character. Fans have credited the series for the care that both Ross and the BBC have placed in its production. Time was given to delve into each subject, and he was able to interview various figureheads of culture and industry, including Mamoru Oshii, Hayao Miyazaki, Takeshi Kitano, Takashi Miike with Takashi Murakami and Sonny Chiba. The theme song of the show was Kiyoshi no zundoko bushi by Kiyoshi Hikawa.


7. Folktales from Japan

  • Genres: Animation, Drama, Drama
  • Popularity: 0.153
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Folktales from Japan

Hometown Rebuilding: Folktales from Japan is a Japanese anime television series that adapts various traditional stories from Japan. The narration and all character voices are provided by veteran Japanese film actors Akira Emoto and Yoneko Matsukane. An English-subtitled version began "simulcast" availability on the streaming service Crunchyroll March 12, 2012.


8. Yamishibai: Japanese Ghost Stories

  • Genres: Animation
  • Popularity: 5.062
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Yamishibai: Japanese Ghost Stories

Yamishibai is a picture-story style of animation whose motif is surrounded and based off the rumors, and urban legends throughout the history of Japan.


9. The Art of Japanese Life

  • Genres: Documentary
  • Popularity: 0.052
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The Art of Japanese Life

Dr James Fox looks at the art and culture of Japan.


10. Japan: Earth's Enchanted Islands

  • Genres: Documentary
  • Popularity: 0.061
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Japan: Earth's Enchanted Islands

Japan's landscapes range from snowy mountains to subtropical warmth. They are full of wildlife - and animals' and people's lives often cross as they adapt to these extremes.


11. Isekai Izakaya: Japanese Food From Another World

  • Genres: Animation, Comedy, Sci-Fi & Fantasy
  • Popularity: 4.248
  • Vote Count: 1
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12. Ayakashi: Samurai Horror Tales

  • Genres: Animation
  • Popularity: 1.073
  • Vote Count: 2
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Ayakashi: Samurai Horror Tales

Ayakashi is a Japanese animated horror anthology television series produced by Toei Animation. The series is made up of three stories: "Yotsuya Ghost Story", an adaptation of the classic Japanese ghost story; "Goddess of the Dark Tower", based on the play by Kyōka Izumi; and Goblin Cat, an original story by Kenji Nakamura and Michiko Yokote.


13. Japan: Memoirs of a Secret Empire

  • Genres: Documentary
  • Popularity: 0.057
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Japan: Memoirs of a Secret Empire

Commanding shoguns and samurai warriors, exotic geisha and exquisite artisans—all were part of the Japanese “renaissance”; a period between the 16th and 19th Centuries when Japan went from chaos and violence to a land of ritual refinement and peace. But stability came at a price: for nearly 250 years, Japan was a land closed to the Western world, ruled by the Shogun under his absolute power and control. Japan: Memoirs of a Secret Empire brings to life the unknown story of a mysterious empire, its relationship with the West, and the forging of a nation that would emerge as one of the most important countries in the world.


14. My Japanese Wife

  • Genres: Unknown
  • Popularity: 0.25
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15. Road to Japan

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  • Popularity: 0.035
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16. Begin Japanology

  • Genres: Documentary
  • Popularity: 0.139
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Begin Japanology

BEGIN Japanology invites you into the world of Japanese culture, both traditional and modern, explaining how traditions evolved and the part they still play today in people's everyday lives.


17. New Japan Pro Wrestling

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  • Popularity: 0.015
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New Japan Pro Wrestling

New Japan Pro Wrestling presents the biggest stars and best matches from the premier wrestling organization in Japan and the second largest and fastest growing wrestling promotion in the world. WWE Hall of Fame commentator Jim Ross and former UFC Heavyweight champion and NJPW veteran Josh Barnett provide English language commentary for the series.


18. Let's Learn Japanese

  • Genres: Family
  • Popularity: 0.077
  • Vote Count: 1
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Let's Learn Japanese

Let's Learn Japanese is a video-based Japanese language study course for English speakers produced by The Japan Foundation. The two seasons were originally aired on television at a rate of one episode per day, with each episode consisting of two lessons. Text books which complement the series were also available; these contained vocabulary lists, explanations of grammar, transcriptions of scenes from within the program, and cultural information about Japan. By now, the first book is out of print but the second book is still available from some sources. Both seasons used a drama called Yan and the Japanese People for instruction. This drama consisted of scenes which focus on the experiences of a young man named Yan, a foreigner living and working in Japan.


19. Japanese Style Originator

  • Genres: Talk
  • Popularity: 0.109
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Japanese Style Originator

Find out everything there is to know about Japanese tradition, from food to culture to objects and arts, and the people who are continuing it today.


20. I Survived a Japanese Game Show

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  • Popularity: 0.09
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I Survived a Japanese Game Show

American contestants with larger-than-life personalities compete in a wacky, over-the-top Japanese-themed game show. Host Rome Kanda, den mother Mama-San and the poker-faced Judge Bob referee the hilarity as the contestants compete for the big cash prize.