In Japan TV videos showcase the country’s unique lifestyle, culture, sports and business.
Wayback Burgers has launched in Tokyo, aiming to introduce its classic American-style burgers alongside plant-based menu items thanks to a collaboration with Next Meats, a local company that produces vegan meat substitutes. In Japan TV was invited to sample the menu, which Wayback Burgers says will appeal to Japanese palates while maintaining the quality of their core products.
In Japan TV spoke with Feng Shui Master Tanaka Michiaki about his predictions for the year ahead. After the turbulence of 2020 and 2021, we take a look at what 2022 has in store for us all. If you want key insights into health, business and relationships, as well as advice on how to increase your luck, check out our video!
In Japan TV had the chance to speak with Daishi Yoshimoto, the award-winning architect behind Tokyo American Club’s new venue in Nihonbashi, and Terry White, a member of the Club’s Taskforce and the man responsible for its impressive art collection.
Watch our video to hear their insights and learn more about how they helped create this fantastic new space, which recently won a Good Design Award for its interior concept.
Knights in White Lycra (KIWL), a charity sporting group dedicated to helping disadvantaged children across Japan, completed their epic annual 500km cycle ride in the face of difficult conditions. Watch our video to find out how KIWL raised funds and awareness in 2021.
In Japan TV is back for the final installment of our three-part series focusing on the neighborhoods of the East Area of Tokyo Station (EATS). In this episode, David Bedoya explains how his dedication to art and his love of coffee brought him to Higashi-Nihonbashi, where he founded his DKARTE Gallery.
Discover more about David and the art scene in the EATS area by reading the accompanying article: