If you’re looking for a Japanese TV guide, Yahoo! Japan has one of the best, although I find that there really is no great option. You’ll have to know a bit of Japanese in order to find your way around the guide, but remember that you can always let Rikaichan/kun or Safarikai help you. If you know of […]
It’s been too long since we had a decent show from Hello! Project. Hello!Pro Time was just enough to tide us over for Hello! Projects new drama “Suugaku Joshi Gakuen” (Math Girls School).
What?! Watanabe Mayu is getting her own drama as a leading actress? What?! It’s about an unattractive teacher who’s 38 years old, but has a double identity as “Watanabe Mayu”, a much-beloved 17-year-old idol?
On November 30th, comedians Downtown held a press conference for their year-end “no-laughing” show, “Downtown no Gaki no Tsukaiya Arahende!! No Laughing Airport 24 Hours!“. This will be the 6th time that the “No-laughing series” will air as a New Year’s Eve special. At the press conference, Matsumoto Hitoshi reported that he had fractured his […]
Momoiro Clover Z began streaming their very own web-drama “Momodora” on December 1st, 2011.
For an upcoming television special on TV Asahi, Michishige Sayumi will live off of 10,000Y for 1 month.
Japanese advertisements are my favourite. When I very rarely have the chance to sit down to the TV in Japan I just flicked through the channels to watch the commercials. Almost everything is endorsed by celebrities.
One of the most viewed videos on Youtube Japan today shows a Danish otaku interviewed by a Japanese announcer in the streets of Akihabara. The announcer asks him where is he from and why he came to Japan, and he tells her that he is here to study Japanese so he can better understand anime […]
In episode 7 of Takashi’s Great Journey, Takashi is still in Sendai, although doing much more skating than fooling around. He meets some great guys like Shinnosuke Yonesaka (aka SHINNOSK8) from Gate Japan and Noboru from Transworld Japan.
In episode six of Takashi’s Great Journey, Takashi goes to Sendai where he stayed for nine days. It’s almost 300 kilometers from Hachinohe, Aomori to Sendai and he had to skate at night because the Japanese summer is simply too hot.