日本の映像作品

Japan on screen

Nation-defining genres

In the latter half of the 20th century, Japan’s prolific and influential media industries rose to international fame through the development of new techniques, modern genres, and moving stories.

Be More Japan Japan On Screen

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D Left to right: Japan began regular TV broadcasting in 1953, after its initial tests in the 1930s were halted by the onset of World War II; many period dramas are based on novels or comics, or, like the 2010 version of 13 Assassins, remakes of older films.

The truth about game shows

Japanese TV is often thought of as bright and wacky, ...

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