Japanese TV on demand has been around for a while, at least in a limited sense with downloadable bulletins from NHK. All that changed last April with the launch of Gyao, a new free internet TV service which has everything from TV dramas to J-pop to cooking shows and anime. This is great for anyone curious about modern Japanese culture and of course students of Japanese. Now you can see the good, the bad and the ugly of the Japanese mass media entertainment complex for better or for worse. [Learn Japanese annotation – ref:

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