In this program, common everyday themes are selected for each episode and thoroughly scientifically elucidated. Viewers are introduced to the brilliance of science as the mysteries of the themes from ordinary questions to new discoveries are expounded in a manner that is interesting and easy to understand. The show has a history of 20 years. It airs Sundays from 7:00 AM.
This program sets out to discover “cool" Japanese culture. “Cool" Japanese culture is currently gaining attention in the world. The show hosts a group of foreigners who are new to Japanese culture who look for Japanese “cool" and engage in heated debate based on video footage. At the end of the show the “best of cool" is selected from among the specific cool topics. Using the fresh perspective of foreigners, this program discovers the secrets and appeal of cool Japanese culture.
This program explores the topic of sweets in an elegant, gentle and soft manner for modern “Gretel" busy with work and child-rearing or who want to find relaxing time for themselves. These are some of the sweet stories the program delivers….
R refers to ranking and research. In this program, topics popular with teenagers are selected and ranked in each episode. Then, research is conducted for the questions that arise. Through this comes a clearer view of who we are and the trends in the world. And this becomes the new rule of R!
In this program, TV personalities get a chance to work a job they once dreamed of and experience a life that could have been. The challengers are not merely reporters but rather are fully immersed in their work as an employee.
The host companies give serious instruction no matter how popular the challenger may be on television. Some break down and cry as their pride is shattered. Others find new talents that they had never known.
Above all this program shows in a direct way the real pleasure that can be obtained from the work and the abilities it requires as the personalities earnestly meet their challenge.
Each episode of this travel documentary show introduces a city from somewhere in the world solely from the viewpoint of a camera. There is no reporter, only a camera that shows the perspective of walking around the city. The day is spent in conversation with people encountered on the street.
The aim of this program is to provide an illusion to the viewers so that they will feel that they are walking around the city. With discoveries waiting behind every street corner, the viewers slowly fall in love with the city through the explorations in the episodes.
With the lead of experienced mountain guides, this program displays the fascination of mountain climbing using point-of-view video that makes the viewers feel as if they are climbing the mountains. Aerial shots and 3D maps are also used to further convey the appeals of traveling the mountains from many angles.
In this fresh show Dai Tamesue decodes sports in terms of strategy. The guest this time around is Kazuhito Sakae, coach of the Japanese wrestling team. He reveals his own theory of athletic development that helped him to coach four Olympic medalists including Saori Yoshida who won three consecutive Olympic gold medals. The key concepts are motivation and a heart that's determined to win. There are in fact theories that underlie the communal life and practicing methods. The secrets behind the nurturing of Yoshida are now revealed after her three Olympic victories as well as backstage episodes of her struggles.
[Caster] Dai Tamesue
SHA-NERU is an SNS-linked program where themes that concern modern women such as work, love, friendship and family are discussed in a frank manner based on pictures and comments posted by ladies in their 20s and 30s. The program is led by model Ai Tominaga and two guests are featured for each theme.
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