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This episode features bamboo. The everyday items fashioned from bamboo reflect the philosophy of the craftsmen who made them. They combine both function and beauty. This episode also looks at some unusual shapes and patterns in bamboo, designed by nature as it were, as well some works of art that draw on the singular characteristics of this material. Source & credit :NHK World TV https://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/en/tv/
The Japanese government's increasing alignment with US military actions in the Islamic world has been impacting this nation's relationship with the Islamic world. At the same time, there are now dozens of mosques across Japan, and many estimates now put the number of resident Muslims in Japan above 100,000. Against the backdrop of the troubling overseas events, Bridging Muslims and Japanese examines how resident Muslims are coping with suspicions and responding with confidence-building activities within their local communities and beyond. Watch the Director's Interview! https://youtu.be/_JBGVNA_qA0
Kamikochi 『 上高地』 : A Sacred Mountain Paradise The Japan Alps run down the middle of Japan's main island of Honshu, reaching heights of 3,000 meters. Kamikochi is in the north part of the Alps, in the city of Matsumoto, Nagano Prefecture. Surrounded by mountains, the valley lies at a height of around 1,500 meters. The name Kamikochi originally meant "The Place where the Gods Descends to Earth". Kamikochi is the gateway to the Northern Alps, which is very popular with climbers in Japan. Every year, more than 1 million tourists visit Kamikochi. Kamikochi is said to be "The Place where the Gods Descend to Earth". The valley is only open from April through to November. Access is strictly controlled to protect the environment. Kama Tunnel is the only entrance to Kamikochi. Its gate is only ope...
English-speaking visitors travel the length of Japan, exploring the local culture, meeting the people and offering travel hints rarely found in guidebooks. English-speaking visitors travel the length of Japan, exploring the local culture, meeting the people and offering travel hints rarely found in guidebooks. English-speaking visitors travel the length of Japan, exploring the local culture, meeting the people and offering travel hints rarely found in guidebooks. English-speaking visitors travel the length of Japan, exploring the local culture, meeting the people and offering travel hints rarely found in guidebooks.
Shenzhen is a city located in Guangdong Province, just across the bay from Hong Kong. Referred to as "China's Silicon Valley", it has increasingly gained an identity as an ideal location for entrepreneurs and engineers in the electronics sector, who come to the city seeking to make their ideas into the reality of a new career or an impressive livelihood. Around these creators spring even more new services catering to their intense lifestyles. But in this young, bustling city, it is only the best and brightest who can make their way. In this episode, we follow a day of activity in the city where dreams are realized, Shenzhen.
For the addresses of the featured sightseeing spots, visit this episode's web page; https://www.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/en/tv/journeys/journey_20170404.html For more information on this episode ; https://www.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/en/tv/journeys/journey_20170404.html English-speaking visitors travel the length of Japan, exploring the local culture, meeting the people and offering travel hints rarely found in guidebooks. On this edition of Journeys in Japan, British sculptor Kate Thomson visits the three festivals to view the creations and meet some of the people who help to make them.
The anime adaptation of "INUYASHIKI LAST HERO", based on Hiroya Oku's comic which ran for 3 and a half years between 2014 and July 2017, began airing in Japan in October. An unconventional anime with a "dowdy old man for a hero", "INUYASHIKI LAST HERO" is a surefire hit with a live action film also to follow in 2018.
Aired: August 31, 2017 Hosted by: Andrea Pompilio Presenters: Andrea Pompilio & Shaula 'Manga has become a globally recognized word. The attractive character designs, 1,500 onomatopoeic words, distinctive speech bubbles and dynamic lines of Japanese comics have all evolved from unique techniques. Ways to communicate content as simply as possible, taken from manga, are now used in all kinds of media. With our studio guest, manga artist Tatsuya Egawa, we explore the world of manga design'. This program is available on video on demand after broadcasting: https://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/en/vod/designtalksplus/ (https://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/en/tv/designtalksplus/201708240600/) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- DESIGN TALKS pl...
Our show's regular narrator Bill Sullivan escapes the studio to travel around the tiny island of Yonaguni in Okinawa Prefecture. He comes into contact with the original culture and customs of the island, while enjoying its food and song. He also takes on quite a challenge: marlin fishing... Tune into this episode of Journeys in Japan to find out the outcome of his marlin tournament and more about Japan's westernmost island!
Ultra-realistic models that could be mistaken for the real thing. Many designs such as models and dioramas take enormous time, energy, and a diverse skillset to complete. The 19th-century japonisme trend was inspired by the meticulous detail of artisans crafting super-realistic recreations. Art Director Takanori Aiba is in the studio to explore the meticulous detail and jaw-dropping realism in designs ranging from traditional crafts to contemporary spaces.
This time, we put the spotlight on the Japanese spice sansho. The intense spiciness of sansho is enough to numb one's tongue, but unlike normal pepper, it actually comes from a citrus fruit. The refreshing aroma of the spice has made it a popular ingredient for desserts in recent years. Join us as we learn the best ways to incorporate this unique Japanese spice into a meal directly from sansho producers.
South Korea is famous as a hotspot for the beauty industry, and the number of children using cosmetics is soaring. Research shows that over half of female junior and senior high school students have used makeup, with 70% of them starting at junior high, and the trend even having spread to elementary schools. And with cosmetics manufacturers unable to ignore the teenage market, many firms are targeting young girls in their product development and advertising. But with skin problems caused by makeup now on the increase, the government has stepped in to provide guidance for children on sensible makeup use. Meet the young South Korean girls for whom makeup has become part of everyday life.
Projeto "Blends: a musical mix east meets West" da rede de televisão japonesa NHK World. Música Smooth Criminal de Michael Jackson executado por Yoshimi Tsujimoto, Erina Ito, Yuko Watabe NHK World: http://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/ Mais informações em:
TAKENOKO [...] Bamboo shoots, known in Japanese as takenoko, grow at the incredible speed of 1 meter per day, reaching 15 meters in 3 months. But it's the softer shoots under the soil that are prized by the Japanese... [...] Source : Trails to Tsukiji NHK WORLD TV English https://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/en/tv/tsukiji/201704050600/