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NHK WORLD-JAPAN Video on Demand Reviews: creativity during lockdown

On My Watchlist! The health and safety measures imposed to battle the coronavirus pandemic have become the new normal...
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NHK WORLD-JAPAN Video on Demand Reviews: Tradition and innovation

On My Watchlist! As we ease into the new normal and step out into the outdoors once again, I’ve looked to the wide ra...
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NHK WORLD-JAPAN Video on Demand Reviews: Urban life and kitchen knives

On My Watchlist! Although many countries have begun relaxing internal regulations on going outdoors and socialising, ...
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Japanese Culture and the Pandemic

The relatively low numbers of confirmed cases COVID–19 has puzzled overseas media outlets during the global pandemic. Throughout Japan’s long history, the country has
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NHK WORLD-JAPAN Video on Demand Review: Donburi Rice Bowls & Micro Fishing

NHK WORLD-JAPAN Video on Demand Review Many countries are gradually easing up on restrictions and we’re beginning t...
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NHK WORLD-JAPAN Video on Demand Review: High-tech Strawberry Farming & Limitless Fabrics

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NHK WORLD-JAPAN Video on Demand Review: Innovative products from Interior Lifestyle Tokyo and Fukushima’s Seafood Revival

Now that we’ve been cooped up at home several weeks, I have unknowingly finished almost all the movies and television shows on my watch list.
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Tokyo-brewed Japanese Sake Debuts In London, and Now Singapore!

Over 300-year-old sake brewery receives international praise Tokyo is an economic powerhouse that consistently occupi...
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Investigating Japanese
Four-character Compound Words: Yojijukugo

Depending on the context, Japanese four-character compound words (yojijukugo) made up of four Chinese characters (kanji) can have one of two definitions.