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    Cowboy Bebop, Ergo Proxy, Daily Lives of High School Boys, Kaguya-sama Love is War, Memories, Aggretsuko
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    Comedy
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    Tetsuo Takahashi, Maya Fey, Eiko Tsukimi, Yunyun, Mai Minakimi
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    Shovel Knight, Zelda, Pokémon, Trails, Tales of, Shin Megami Tensei,
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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.

    1. Soramee_

      Soramee_

      What app did you use?

    2. efaardvark

      efaardvark

      I would not call that Hokkaido station weird.  You will find the same thing on the radio in the more rural regions of places such as Kansas and Alabama.  Japan actually IS pretty religious.  80%(ish) of the population practices Shinto rituals to some degree.  (And/or Buddhism, though some would say Buddhism is more a philosophy than a religion.) 

      Um.. do people still use AM/FM radio?  Am I revealing my age?  :D

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