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It’s about the size of an 8×11 piece of paper, according to Vinclu.
There is porn, and there is entertainment, and there is porn that is both entertaining and arousing to watch. Yet if you believe these sexually explicit shows are wholly representative of ‘wacky’ Japanese pop culture, consider that some of our own TV comes directly from Japanese formats.
Dragon’s Den is based on the Japanese show Money Tigers.
A city in Japan has become the first to recognise a first same-sex couple as foster parents.
The gay couple in Osaka, who are in their 40s and 30s, has now officially fostered a teenage boy, who has been living with them since February.
In this regard, they are contextually understandable, but they are far from enjoyable or acceptable to watch. This is a Japanese export I’ll happily let our global cousins keep.
Herbivores represent an unspoken rebellion against many of the masculine, materialist values associated with Japan's 1980s bubble economy.
Media Shakers, a consulting company that is a subsidiary of Dentsu, the country's largest advertising agency, estimates that 60 percent of men in their early 20s and at least 42 percent of men aged 23 to 34 consider themselves grass-eating men.
Takeshi’s Castle was basically a worldwide phenomenon.
And our appetite for watching extreme acts of endurance finds a platform in shows like Fear Factor that continue to thrive in the US.