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    The program aims to discover and set the stage for powerful but yet to be known Japanese artists and artisans and introduce the ever evolving Japanese culture. Today: "H" Hinamatsuri.
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    In 2014, nearly 100,000 citizens held protests in Hong Kong, calling for a fair general election. This is the story of the umbrella movement, and the Hong Kong youths' 75-day fight for freedom.
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    Disaster relief expert Mieko Ishii played a key role in sending nurses to perform relief work after the 2011 tsunami. She's sharing her knowledge to help people around the world cope with disasters.
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    This program explores a theme from Japan's rich 10,000-year tradition of art. In this episode, we explore a symbol of Japanese culture, the teahouse.
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    NHK WORLD presents news, current affairs, and documentaries focusing on Japan and Asia.
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    NHK WORLD presents news, current affairs, and documentaries focusing on Japan and Asia.
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    Four years have passed since the nuclear accident at Fukushima Daiichi plant. This edition of NEWSLINE FOCUS will take a look at the lingering effects of the disaster in northeastern Japan.
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    After serving tea ceremony for 30 years as a dispatched cook, Tsuruko, 70, decided to spend a year for driving alone around nation to practice Tea Ceremony on the road. This time it's Tea for Herself.
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    Railways and Disaster: Thanks to on-board safety technology and the action taken by both railway staff and passengers, injuries and casualties were avoided on trains in the Tohoku region on 3.11.
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    This program introduces the worldview and attraction of Japanese cuisine that cares about the overall harmony of a variety of ingredients. Today: Authentic Japanese Cooking / Hot pot cooking.
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    A Japanese architect's latest work is examined in ideas, technologies and designs to elucidate the key to J-architects' rising global recognition. Today: Itsuko Hasegawa.
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    Magazine style intellectual aesthetic voyage, exploring art and philosophy in Japanese designs from antiques to high-techs, commodities and fashions. Today: wind.
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    This program visits places across Japan to introduce the charms of their local daily life and festivals fostered by the nation's long history. Today: Sanriku Railway, Back from the Brink.
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    SPORTS JAPAN showcases hot sports and athletes from Japan. Bouldering is exploding in popularity. The rules are simple, but successful climbers need to have good power, balance and strategic sense.
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    Top Japanese scientists delve into the fascinating worlds of cutting-edge technology and the natural sciences. Today: SACLA Magnifies World's Smallest Object.
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    A close-up look at cities worldwide,as seen by a walking tourist. Viewers visit places off the beaten path and meet people. Enjoy a travel experience that's only possible on foot.Today:Kotor,Montenegro
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    Discover Japan's hottest fashion trends as TFX takes you behind the scenes to meet with Japan's leading designers and creators. This week: 2015 Spring & Summer Fashion Trend.
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    Discover the many faces of the world's most exciting metropolis including the latest trends, events and hidden attractions. Today: In touch, in Tokyo.
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    The program delivers "today's" information of Japan, probing into timely themes from various perspective in quickest possible manner.
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    The program delivers "today's" information of Japan, probing into timely themes from various perspective in quickest possible manner.
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    Spotlighting Japanese pop culture, interviews with leading creators are featured along with the latest trends in Japanese anime, video game and manga. Today: Japanese Popular Manga "montage."
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    Venetia Stanley-Smith has been living in Kyoto's Ohara district for a decade. We introduce her eco-friendly and people-friendly way of life. Today: Longing for spring.
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    The program forecasts Asia's rapidly changing business, finance and market trends, bringing strategies of hot Asian companies and economist insights.
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  • Entry
    Posted Kanpai!
    in Kanpai!
    The program aims to discover and set the stage for powerful but yet to be known Japanese artists and artisans and introduce the ever evolving Japanese culture. Today: "H" Hinamatsuri.
  • Entry
    In 2014, nearly 100,000 citizens held protests in Hong Kong, calling for a fair general election. This is the story of the umbrella movement, and the Hong Kong youths' 75-day fight for freedom.
  • Entry
    Disaster relief expert Mieko Ishii played a key role in sending nurses to perform relief work after the 2011 tsunami. She's sharing her knowledge to help people around the world cope with disasters.
  • Entry
    This program explores a theme from Japan's rich 10,000-year tradition of art. In this episode, we explore a symbol of Japanese culture, the teahouse.
  • Entry
    NHK WORLD presents news, current affairs, and documentaries focusing on Japan and Asia.
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    NHK WORLD presents news, current affairs, and documentaries focusing on Japan and Asia.
  • Entry
    Four years have passed since the nuclear accident at Fukushima Daiichi plant. This edition of NEWSLINE FOCUS will take a look at the lingering effects of the disaster in northeastern Japan.
  • Entry
    After serving tea ceremony for 30 years as a dispatched cook, Tsuruko, 70, decided to spend a year for driving alone around nation to practice Tea Ceremony on the road. This time it's Tea for Herself.
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    Railways and Disaster: Thanks to on-board safety technology and the action taken by both railway staff and passengers, injuries and casualties were avoided on trains in the Tohoku region on 3.11.