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  1. Listening to Japanese radio stations through an international radio app is such a trip. The talk show hosts all talk a mile per minute. Music choices range from American punk to the latest J-pop (and the occasional traditional ballad). The weirdest station was one in rural Hokkaido that was nothing but religious talks about kami-Sama (God). Japan isn't a religious country, so that one really stood out.

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    2. Neb

      Neb

      @Soramee_I use Radiogarden! Aside from Japanese stations it’s a lot of fun finding stations in remote places. I found a station in a remote Alaskan island with less than 500 people just yesterday.

       

      @efaardvarkI should’ve been a bit more specific. I was surprised to find a Christian station since the majority of Japanese people are either into Shinto or Buddhism. I’ve encountered my fair share of religious stations, especially when I lived in rural Oregon.

    3. efaardvark

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      @Neb Yes, a Christian-specific station would be a bit rare.  The "other" category (in terms of religion) in Japan after Shinto and Buddhism is somewhat less than 10% and Christianity specifically is maybe 1-2% overall.

    4. Lone Lancer

      Lone Lancer

      Do the DJs and announcers shout a lot or speak very loudly in their speech?

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