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Espiritu Santo in Vanuatu's family of four who normally wear native garb experience a week of Japanese daily life in Japan! The family they stay with is a 7-person family who run a long standing seaweed shop. The mother is interested in Japanese agriculture and cooking, the father in Japanese architecture, the daughter in shopping and the Japanese family's daughters, and the son is excited about insect collecting! We'll show you all the ups and downs in the heartwarming story of these two families.
Something that we struggle with daily, that eats us up and causes stress and anger: annoying people. You know those people. Unreasonable complainers, obnoxious drunk people, rude cab drivers, snobby salesperson, loud teenagers with no manners, and so on. Hosted by Teruyoshi Uchimura of the comedy duo Ucchan Nanchan, this show features short dramatic reenactments of real-life situation where someone beats those “bad guys” through cleverness and wit. In every episode, the well-reputed supporting actors are cast as characters. There’s no doubt that the show provides a great stress relief and leaves audience feel completely entertained and exhilarated!
Japanese family life is about to get remodeled! In this show, professionals from a variety of fields collaborate to remodel a house based on the three basic necessities - clothing, food, and housing - and solve each family's problems. Not only do they improve the aesthetics of the house, but they also work to repair familial bonds through their remodeling.
This remarkable drama and documentary takes a deep look at the lives of Kyoto's residents. With its 1,000-year history, Kyoto is steeped in culture, beauty, and traditions, both known and unknown. From the moon festival in autumn to the fire lighting ceremony on New Year's Eve, generation after generation of Kyoto residents has observed seasonal customs diligently. The drama depicts the ancient city's rich cultural life through the daily comings and goings of the young manager of an old Japanese confectionery shop, while the documentary delves into the wisdom passed down over the centuries by the Kyoto folk themselves. Prepare to encounter a new side of Japan's former Imperial capital.
This is the Japanese reality show that our directors go overseas and seek the Foreign people, who love specific Japanese culture and desperately want to come to Japan although they’ve never been to there. The directors see them and their close reporting reveals their various reasons and passions why they want to come to Japan so much. If they are selected, they will be flying to Japan, and we will guide them around Japan on camera, and we will try to arrange a special dream experience, based on their particular interests.
Don’t’ be shocked…but your life is full of mistakes! A new entertainment program which points all the mistakes hidden in your daily lives. Something you believe in doing may be a terrible mistake. 1. Stick a tissue in your nose when you have bloody nose…Stop doing that! 2. Putting on a sun screen cream right before leaving house…Don’t do that! 3. Placing eggs on the very top of the shopping bag…Don’t do that! 4. Buying the heaviest lettuce…Stop! Don’t do that! You will be surprised at how much your life have been full of misunderstandings.
Have these international travelers come to Japan for sightseeing? Work? Study? People entering Japan are interviewed at the airport with no appointments! Sometimes it’s people at harbors with arriving ships or event spaces who are interviewed! That’s where the foreigner treasure comes to light. Watch this fresh documentary-style variety where you can’t predict what will happen next! Starring: Bananaman
A variety show hosted by the pop idol group Kis-My-Ft2. In each episode, the seven members of Kis-My-Ft2 attempt to prove their “coolness” instead of, as the title suggests, unappealing (*Busaiku means ugly or unappealing in Japanese). The guys get a scenario in which they have to film a short clip on how to handle the situation while looking cool. Situations include topics such as “how to give an end-of-date kiss while looking cool” or “how to flutter a girlfriend when saying goodbye,” etc., then they get ranked according to coolness by 100 random girls who are not particularly fans of Kis-My-Ft2. Once you catch an episode, there’s no doubt you’ll be hooked!
In this food and travel program, each episode features a new Moshimo Sunday Excursion Tour with special little twists and ideas thrown in based on the tour's theme for that episode. There is also plenty of fun to be had - like in the game Moshi Tour Roulette, where they decide who will get to eat or who will have to pay for their food out of their own pocket - making this a program that the whole family can enjoy.