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    • Japanorama

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      Japanorama is a documentary series focusing on Japanese films, TV shows, anime, manga & culture, hosted by Jonathan Ross. Interviews include those with Lone Wolf and Cub comic writer Kazuo Koike, director Takeshi Miike, and many more. Jonathan Ross visits the set of the current Ultraman TV series, allows two former Godzilla actors to stomp model buildings, and speaks with Japan’s top animators. Clips include those from Ringu, Spirited Away, Audition, Godzilla pics, some of Akira Kurosawa’s films, Babycart movies and many more. Manga artist Junko Mizuno, who is interviewed, provides cartoon characters that are used throughout the series.

      You don’t have to have any knowledge about Japan to watch this documentary. It’s just an entertaining documentary about their culture on many levels. Welcome to the crazy world of Japan!

      A series of short documentaries by Jonathan Ross of modern-day Japan, “Japanorama” explores the Japanese current cultural trends, music and arts, as well as its pop sensations like Mamoru Oshii, Hayao Miyazaki, Takeshi Kitano, Takashi Miike with Takashi Murakami and Sonny Chiba.

      Presented in a colorful and entertaining manner, this documentary also features the work of artist Junko Mizuno, to further appeal to the viewers.

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      Published on December 7, 2009 · Filed under: Lifestyle, Society
    • Lia

      He's so rude! I don't know how he gets so many interviews with famous and respected people. I'd assume he'd be blacklisted in Japan. Some of the things he says and does makes my skin crawl.

    • Heather

      Great! I was glued to this documentary the entire time!

      I just wish it was more current. I think it was made a few years ago.