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1. Yamishibai: Japanese Ghost Stories

  • Genres: Animation
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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.


2. Japanese Style Originator

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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.


3. Ayakashi: Samurai Horror Tales

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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.


4. The Japanese

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5. Japanese Muscle

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6. Isekai Izakaya: Japanese Food From Another World

  • Genres: Animation, Comedy, Sci-Fi & Fantasy
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7. Let's Learn Japanese

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Let's Learn Japanese

A video-based Japanese language study course for English speakers. The show uses a drama called "Yan and the Japanese People" for instruction. This drama consists of scenes which focus on the experiences of a young man named Yan, a foreigner living and working in Japan.


8. Japanese Americans

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Japanese Americans

99 Years of Love 〜Japanese Americans〜 is a Japanese, 5-episode miniseries produced by TBS for its 60th anniversary, starring Tsuyoshi Kusanagi and Yukie Nakama, and sponsored by Toyota and Panasonic. It tells the story of a family of Japanese immigrants who moved to America 99 years ago. When the Second World War breaks out, the family encounters racism and segregation. The two daughters, who were sent back to Japan, experience the suffering from the Japanese side of the war.



10. My Japanese Wife

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13. I Can Sing in Japanese!

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I Can Sing in Japanese!

I Can Sing In Japanese! is a singing competition where participants from all around the world come to compete to be the best in singing Japanese songs.


14. I Survived a Japanese Game Show

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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.


15. The Art of Japanese Life

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The Art of Japanese Life

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


16. I Survived a Japanese Game Show

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I Survived a Japanese Game Show

Season two of the reality show I Survived a Japanese Game Show premiered on ABC on June 17, 2009, and was the final run of the series. Like season one, it follows a group of Americans who leave the United States for Japan, where they compete in a Japanese style game show. The number of episodes were increased from seven to eight for this season. Other significant changes from season one was that Tony Sano, who hosted the premiere season, did not return to host season two, and the number of players was increased from ten to twelve. Also, while season one had only one group game before the elimination game, season two added a second group game, with the winning team from the first game gaining an advantage in the second game. Otherwise, the format remained the same from season one. Originally, ten episodes were being produced, but due to the return of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire on primetime, the show was reduced to eight. At the end of Episode 7, there is a scene that features clowns and liquor but was never aired in time for the season finale. In the season finale that aired on August 5, Cathy Grosam, a 36-year old "soccer mom" from Bartlett, Illinois, was declared the winner. Grosam also was a member on the winning team in every team game and thus participated in every reward event during the season.


17. The Rise and Fall of the Japanese Empire

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The Rise and Fall of the Japanese Empire

A two part Discovery Channel documentary on Japans historical rise to prominence, and their downfall.



19. Seishun Anime Zenshu

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Seishun Anime Zenshu

The Animated Classics of Japanese Literature is an anime TV series which aired on NTV in Japan for 32 episodes from 25 April to 26 December 1986 in the 7–7:30 pm time slot. The series was unusual in that each episode was a stand-alone story based on popular and well known modern Japanese stories. The series was sponsored by Sumitomo Life Insurance. The branch offices and agents of Sumitomo Life Insurance heavily promoted the series with posters in their offices as well as commercials directly after each episode.