Japan Video Topics

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Japan Video Topics listája (List of Japan Video Topics)

Title (English)
Time(min)
Media Format

JVT 2016/2017 No.6

  1. Taxi - Wheeling for the World's Best Hospitality
  2. Shimi Culture - Preserving Food and Tradition
  3. Plastic Models - An Ever-Evolving Small World
  4. Obakeyashiki - Ghost Houses of Frightful Fun

4'21"
3'22"
4'33"
3'52"
DVD

JVT 2016/2017 No.5

  1. Illuminations - The Sparkling Jewels of Nighttime
  2. Chindonya - Walking Advertisements
  3. VR - A Virtual and Real Future
  4. Arita Porcelain - Firing the Furnace in the 400th Year

4'01"
4'24"
4'01"
4'30"
DVD

JVT 2016/2017 No.4

  1. Tokyo Makeup - Beautification-in-Station
  2. The Capsule Hotel - More Than Just a Bed
  3. Aso - 1,000 Years with the Grassland
  4. The Vending Machine - High-Tech on the Sidewalk

4'00"
3'39"
4'07"
3'33"
DVD

JVT 2016/2017 No.3

  1. Clap! Clap! - "Tejime"
  2. The "Tachigui" Restaurant - Japanese Food Stands UP
  3. Contemporary Art Inspires Islands - Setouchi Triennale
  4. Noren - Cloths Conveying Tradition Across Time

3'48"
3'22"
4'22"
4'00"
DVD

JVT 2016/2017 No.2

  1. Tokyo's First World Cultural Heritage - The National Museum of Western Art
  2. Ukai on the Nagara River - People Living with Nature
  3. Handwashing to Save the World - Globalizing a Childhood Habit
  4. Seeding the Future with Robots - Agriculture Goes High-Tech

4'18"
4'38"
4'19"
3'49"
DVD

JVT 2016/2017 No.1

  1. Jakuchu: Brilliance Beyond 300 Years
  2. Wrapping A Gift from the Heart
  3. A Taste from Japan - UMAMI
  4. Flood Control from Underground


3'30"
3'25"
4'12"
3'48"
DVD

JVT 2015/2016 No.6

  1. Smiles Again in Tohoku
  2. Nishikigoi – Fish as Art
  3. Tiny Bubbles with Huge Potential
  4. Para-Ekiden – A new kind of Relay

 

4'10"

4'19"

4'13"

3'55"

DVD

JVT 2015/2016 No.5

  1. Japan’s Red-crowned Crane – The Kushiro Wetlands
  2. Capsule Toys – Not Just for Children
  3. The Mamachari – Japan’s City Bicycle
  4. Kiri-e – The Art of Cutting Paper

 

4'27"

4'18"

4'30"

4'25"

DVD

JVT 2015/2016 No.4

  1. Japan Blue
  2. Yuzu – The Fruit that Saved a Village
  3. Plating – A Technology Still at the Cutting Edge
  4. A New Era for Japan’s Forests

 

4'09"

3'56"

4'04"

4'01"

DVD

JVT 2015/2016 No.3

  1. Origami Goes High-Tech
  2. Welcome to a World of Robots
  3. Behind the Scenes in a Noh Theater
  4. Koji – Beyond the Traditional Usage

 

3'29"

3'48"

4'01"

3'18"

DVD

JVT 2015/2016 No.2

  1. Harie – A community Centered on Water
  2. Kaizen – The Secret behind Japanese Productivity
  3. Safer Japanese Methods for Deterring Insects
  4. Uji – Birthplace of Matcha Green Tea

 

4'21 

4'16"

3'42"

4'01"

DVD

JVT 2015/2016 No.1

  1. Kiriko – Lantern Festivals of Noto
  2. Haiku – The World’s Shortest Poem
  3. Bluefin Tuna Aquaculture Completing the Farm-raising Cycle
  4. Stamps and Seals for Business and for fun

4'05 

4'05"

4'05"

4'05"

4'05"

DVD

JVT 2014/2015 No.6

  1. By Shinkansen to Hokuriku
  2. Kendama’s Global Appeal
  3. Reviving Town’s Old Machiya
  4. Eco Ships for Cleaner Seas
  5. Japan – A Nation of Light

 

4'09"

4'03"

4'04"

4'40"

0'30"

DVD

JVT 2014/2015 No.5

  1. Snow Monkeys
  2. Satchels Filled with Memories
  3. Changing Corporate Cafeterias
  4. White Impulse
  5. 30 Second Trailer

 

4'14"

4'02"

3'36"

4'11"

0'30"

DVD

JVT 2014/2015 No.4

  1. What is a Yurukyara?
  2. Kurokawa Onsen – An Old Hot Spring Revived
  3. Silken – Thread from Spiders
  4. A Japanese Approach to Bread

 

4'26"

4'10"

4'03"

4'16"

DVD

JVT 2014/2015 No.3

  1. Prepared for Disaster
  2. The Japanese Love of Sound
  3. Kisoji – The Old Mountain Road
  4. The Spirit of Mottainai

 

4'31"

4'12"

3'57"

4'05"

DVD

JVT 2014/2015 No.2

  1. Festival Art in Tohoku
  2. A Spirit of Service
  3. Exploring a Tokyo Yokocho
  4. Washi – The Versatile Paper

 

4'18"

4'19"

3'48"

4'23"

DVD

JVT 2014/2015 No.1

  1. The Islands of Nagasaki
  2. Caring Technology
  3. Making Tokyo Life Easier
  4. A Clean and Tidy Life

 

4'57"

5'11"

4'07"

3'23"

DVD

JVT 2013/2014 No.6 (March)

  1. Cooking Toys Promote Communication
  2. Manhole Cover Art
  3. Japanese Fast Food:Stand & Eat Soba
  4. Eyeglass Capital Sabae Leads Innovation

 

3'23"

3'23"

3'36"

3'44"

DVD

JVT 2013/2014 No.5 (February)

  1. A Seven-Minute Miracle! The shinkansen cleaning theater
  2. Becoming more useful: Innovative food containers
  3. High school students' challenge!
  4. LED Fishing Lights: Revolutionazing the fishing industry

 

3'25"

3'35"

3'45"

3'47"

DVD

JVT 2013/2014 No.4 (December)

  1. What is Spochan? An extremely safe sword sport from Japan
  2. Chopstick Culture in Japan
  3. Powered Suits Helping Farmers
  4. Ise Jingu Shikinen Sengu Reconstruction Tradition

 

3'30"

3'23"

3'56"

3'43"

DVD

JVT 2013/2014 No.2 (September)

  1. Ultra-Lightweight Vehicle
  2. Tatami and the Japanese Lifestyle
  3. Sightseeing Train
  4. Sushi Academy

 

3'37"

3'26"

3'43"

3'36"

DVD

JVT 2013/2014 No.1 (August)

  1. Koban (Japanese Police Box)
  2. Tsunami Simulation Helping Limit Damage
  3. Hydroponic Farming
  4. Hakone A Relaxing Retreat

 

3'36"

3'31"

4'03"

3'21"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2012/2013 No. 6. (March)

  1. Spring
  2. Summer
  3. Autumn
  4. Winter

 

3'57"

3'42"

3'18"

4'09"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2012/2013 No. 5. (February)

  1. The School Day
  2. School Meals
  3. School Events
  4. Summer Vacation

 

4'11"

3'33"

4'17"

4'07"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2012/2013 No. 4. (December)

  1. Trendsetting Tokyo
  2. Tokyo's Latest Landmark
  3. Toyko - City of Sports
  4. Gourmet Tokyo

 

3'45"

4'43"

3'53"

3'35"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2012/2013 No. 3. (October)

  1. The Spirit of Budo
  2. Budo Techniques and Power
  3. Traditional Budo Equipment
  4. Budo Today

 

4'40"

5'10"

3'26"

2'54"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2012/2013 No. 2. (September)

  1. Kamakura - Home of Samurai Culture
  2. Jomon Archeological Sites in Tohoku
  3. Okinawa World Heritage
  4. Mt. Fuji, Japan Sacred Mountain

 

5'10"

4'45"

4'11"

427"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2012/2013 No. 1. (July)

  1. Tohoku Reconstruction - Eco-friendly and Disaster Resistant
  2. Tohoku's Eco-friendly Reconstruction
  3. Pioneering Disaster Technology
  4. New National Park for Sanriku

 

4'03"

3'45"

5'09"

3'36"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2011/2012 No. 9. (March)

  1. The Camellias of Hagi
  2. Arita Porcelain
  3. Leading-Edge Desalination Technology
  4. Wadaiko Drumming

 

3'22"

4'22"

4'06"

3'23"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2011/2012 No. 8. (February)

  1. Meiji Jingu - A Tokyo Oasis
  2. Amezaiku Candy Sculpture
  3. Saving Energy with Sensors
  4. Kyo Yuzen Kimono Dyeing

 

3'56"

4'50"

4'34"

4'20"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2011/2012 No. 7. (January)

  1. Gokayama's Thatched Farmhouses
  2. Another Taste of Japan
  3. Stronger and Lighter than Steel
  4. Maki-e - Gold on Lacquer

 

5'00"

3'23"

3'30"

4'51"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2011/2012 No. 6. (November)

  1. Niihama Taiko Festival
  2. Japanese Rice Snacks
  3. Shaping our World with Plastics
  4. The Puppet Art of Bunraku

 

4'50"

3'46"

3'42"

4'44"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2011/2012 No. 5. (October)

  1. Solar Power in Japan
  2. Ise-Shima - Ancient Shrines and Pearls
  3. Stationery Moves with the Times
  4. The Ukiyo-e Tradition

 

3'50"

5'20"

4'48"

4'49"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2011/2012 No. 4. (September): Japan Reconstructs - Festivals in Tohoku

  1. A Festival of Festivals - Tohoku Rokkon Sai
  2. 800 Years of Tradition - Aizu Tajima Gion Festival
  3. Showcasing Tohoku Dance - Kitakami Michinoku Geino Festival
  4. Festival on Matsushima Bay - Shiogama Minato Festiva

 

4'21"

4'12"

3'43"

4'23"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2011/2012 No. 3. (August): Japan reconstructs - Moving forward

  1. Hiraizumi - Once Again a Bacon of Hope
  2. Fukushima's World-leading Aluminum Technology
  3. The Magnificient Wooden Chests of Sendai
  4. Keeping the Auto Industry on the Road

 

4'41"

4'04"

5'15"

5'05"

DVD

Beta

JVT Tohoku Selection - Fukushima, Miyagi, Iwate (July)

  1. Miyagi - Where the Samurai Spirit Lingers
  2. Lacquer Reborn
  3. Hiraizumi - Glories of Long Ago
  4. Nanbu-tekki Cast Ironware
  5. Lakes of Many Colors

 

5'40"

3'24"

4'40"

3'51"

3'44"

DVD

JVT 2011/2012 No. 2. (July)

  1. Takachiho - Land of Legends
  2. Walking on Wood
  3. Flea Markets for Fun
  4. Technology Inspired by Tradition

 

4'45"

4'03"

4'06"

4'25"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2011/2012 No. 1 (May)

  1. The Colorful World of Bentobako
  2. Miniaturizing Medicine
  3. Experimenting with Fashion
  4. Miyajima - Island Shrine to Nature

 

4'17"

4'35"

3'58"

4'05"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2010/2011 No. 9 (March)

  1. Izu - Paradise of Flowers
  2. Snow and Hemp in Ojiya
  3. Leave it All to the Movers
  4. Hina - Ningyo Dolls

 

4'02"

3'49"

3'58"

4'14"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2010/2011 No. 8 (February)

  1. Japan's high-speed rail system
  2. Matsue - the water city
  3. Speedy and safe - Japan's egg technology
  4. Artful gift wrapping
  5. Azuki - the versatile little red bean

 

5'22"

4'09"

3'04"

3'32"

3'32"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2010/2011 No. 7 (January)

  1. Wajima-nuri lacquerware
  2. Lighting up the night in Arashiyama
  3. Fine marquetry from Hakone
  4. A cascade of chrysantheums

 

4'22"

3'26"

3'52"

3'23"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2010/2011 No. 6 (November)

  1. Lakes of Many Colors
  2. Safe Water from Every Tap
  3. Tsumami Kanzashi Hair Ornaments
  4. Karatsu Kunchi Festival

 

3'44"

3'47"

3'07"

3'57"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2010/2011 No. 5 (October)

  1. Onigiri - Rice to Go
  2. When lacquer Meets Dearskin
  3. Electric Vehicles Hit the Street
  4. Owara Kaze no Bon Festival

 

3' 23"

3' 44"

3' 40"

4' 05"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2010/2011 No. 4 (September)

  1. The Dinosaurs of Katsuyama
  2. Tokyo's New Green Heart
  3. Ishiakari Stone Lanterns

 

3' 42"

5' 00"

4' 06"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2010/2011 No. 3 (August)

  1. Cyber Power Suits
  2. Kumiko Latticework
  3. The Essential Bean
  4. Pillars of Flame

 

4' 30"

3' 44"

4' 26"

3' 43"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2010/2011 No. 2 (July)

  1. Wasabi
  2. Rebun - Island of Flowers
  3. Japan's Advanced Vending Machines
  4. Tenugui - The Handy Cloth

 

3' 53"

4' 23"

3' 46"

3' 25"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2010/2011 No.1 (May)

  1. Kakunodate - Sakura and Samurai
  2. Designed for Universal Use
  3. A Tradition of Fine Blades
  4. Edo Period Puppet Theater

 

3' 40"

3' 57"

3' 54"

4' 06"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2009/2010 No.8 (February)

  1. Nambu-tekki Cast Ironware
  2. Winter Train to Tsugaru
  3. Jomon Art - Ancient Yet Modern
  4. Kendo - A Sport for Mind and Body

 

3' 51"

4' 40"

4' 05"

3' 37"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2009/2010 No.7 (January) [Summary]

  1. The Miniature Appeal of Netsuke
  2. Nature's Beauty at Lake Akan
  3. Keeping Frozen Cells Alive – CAS
  4. Wazuma – Japanese Traditional Magic

 

3' 51"

3' 51"

3' 30"

3' 43"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2009/2010 No.6 (December) [Summary]

  1. Unfolding the Story of the Kyo-sensu Fan
  2. Highly Polished Skills
  3. Matsuri-zushi – Festival Sushi
  4. Iriomote's Shichi Festival

 

4' 23"

3' 08"

3' 40"

3' 42"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2009/2010 No.5 (October) [Summary]

  1. Funadansu Sea Chests
  2. Sweet Accessories
  3. Yamaga Lantern Festival
  4. Wagakki – Ancient Japanese Musical Instruments

 

3' 40"

3' 24"

3' 52"

4' 18"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2009/2010 No.4 (September) [Summary]

  1. Dancing the Summer Nights Away
  2. Mottainai - Even Tiny Scraps Can Be Reused
  3. Cruising Down the Shimanto River
  4. Umbrellas To Slip in a Pocket

 

3' 51"

3' 45"

4' 22"

3'10"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2009/2010 No.3 (Augus) [Summary]

  1. Ajisai – Hydrangeas in Hakone
  2. Lettuce From a Factory
  3. Mizuhiki - The Art of Tying Paper Cords
  4. New Life for Old Facilities

 

3'41"

3'24"

3'18"

3'36"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2009/2010 No.2 (June) [Summary]

  1. Hiking the Shinetsu Trail
  2. When Mending Becomes an Art
  3. A Better Way to Peaceful Sleep
  4. New Technology for Disabled Sports

 

4'29"

3'24"

3'21"

4'22"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2009/2010 No.1 (May) [Summary]

  1. The Cherry Blossoms of Yoshino
  2. Titanium Tiles for Temple Roofs
  3. How Old Firms Survive
  4. Old Crafts in Modern Art

 

4'22"

3'46"

3'31"

3'39"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2008/2009 No.9 (March) [Summary]

  1. Donabe - Most Versatile of Cooking Pots
  2. Bonsai - Nature’s Beauty in Miniature
  3. Iwami Kagura – Ancient Ritual to Modern Folk Art
  4. Green Revolution Transforms City Rooftops


3'41"
3'42"
4'49"
3'43"
DVD

Beta

JVT 2008/2009 No.8 (February) [Summary]

  1. Tiny Satellite Carries a Big Dream
  2. A Stroll Through Old Kawagoe
  3. Carry Your Own Chopsticks
  4. Tsukemono - The Pleasure of Japanese Pickles

 

4'14"

4'03"

4'11"

3'32"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2008/2009 No.7 (January) [Summary]

  1. Night Festival in Chichibu
  2. Monkiri Asobi - The Art of Papercutting
  3. Miyadaiku
  4. Sushi from Tokyo Bay Again

 

4'20"

3'59"

3'43"

4'11"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2008/2009 No.6 (November) [Summary]

  1. The Healing Powers of the Jellyfish
  2. Ready to Eat. Instantly, Anywhere
  3. Bamboo's Deep Roots in Japanese Life
  4. Traditional Crafts, Modern Design - That's Kanazawa

 

4'03"

3'56"

4'00"

3'50"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2008/2009 No.5 (October) [Summary]

  1. Walking the Old Tokaido Highway
  2. Compact Houses for Spacious Living
  3. Learning about Life from Food
  4. Fun Ways to Get Fit

 

4'42"

3'58"

3'17"

3'46"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2008/2009 No.4 (September) [Summary]

  1. Manga Goes Worldwide
  2. World's Biggest Firework
  3. Japanese Denim - High Fashion and Eco-Friendly
  4. Deco Art - It's Everywhere!

 

3'31"

4'03"

3'31"

3'58"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2008/2009 No.3 (August) [Summary]

  1. Tokyo’s Subtropical Islands
  2. Toys for all Ages
  3. Japanese Cuisine - Sincerity is the Key
  4. Building to Blend with Nature

 

4'15"

3'37"

3'33"

3'59"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2008/2009 No.2 (June) [Summary]

 

  1. Untouched for 8,000 Years - Shirakami-Sanchi Forest
  2. High-Rise Work Fashion
  3. Fine Mist Cools City Heat
  4. Minamata – An Eco-Aware Community

 

3'50"

3'27"

3'38"

3'45"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2008/2009 No.1 (May) [Summary]

  1. Mixing Up a Super Fuel
  2. Hokkaido Horse-trekking
  3. Fresh Ideas for Mobile Living
  4. New Future for Smallest Room

 

3'39"

3'14"

3'38"

3'06"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2008-3 [Summary]

  1. Tokyo Girls Collection
  2. Japan Tourism Goes Green
  3. High-Tech Hairpieces
  4. Railway Country

 

3'22"

3'27"

3'29"

3'34"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2008-2 [Summary]

 

  1. Winter in Japan’s Snow Country
  2. Tree Surgeons at Work
  3. Robot, a Remarkable Companion
  4. World’s Biggest Comic Convention

 

3'39"

3'53"

3'35"

3'49"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2008-1 [Summary]

  1. Toyako -Science Site of G8 Summit
  2. "Eco" - The New Brand Image
  3. New Year's Friendly Demons
  4. The Miniature of Omake

 

3'32"

3'38"

3'25"

3'50"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2007-12 [Summary]

  1. Yokohama-Japan's First Modern City
  2. Traditional Art Meets POP Culture
  3. A Challenge of Skills
  4. Never Too Old to Play

 

3'45"

3'07"

3'46"

3'37"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2007-11 [Summary]

  1. A new style of lifelong learning in Shibuya
  2. The lake that inspired Tale of Genji
  3. Why is Japanese fruit so delicious?
  4. Clear as glass, but so much stronger

 

3'46"

3'18"

3'23"

3'48"

DVD

Beta

JVT 2007-10 [Summary]

  1. Try new products for free at Sample Lab
  2. Revealing the hidden side of industry
  3. Eating on the train - ekiben boxed meals
  4. A designer’s ideas transform local industries

 

3'24"

4'07"

3'00"

3'28"

DVD

Beta

JVT Selection 2000-2006 (2007-September)

  1. Tourist Attractions of Japan [Summary]
  2. Japanese Culture and Lifestyle [Summary]
  3. Modern Japan [Summary]
250' DVD

Beta

JVT 2007-3 [Summary]

  1. A New Focus for Art in Central Tokyo
  2. Recycling with IC cards
  3. The Rebirth of Japanese Calligraphy
  4. Izu Peninsula in Spring
16' DVD

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JVT 2007-2 [Summary]

  1. A Day Trip Across Tokyo Bay
  2. The Charm of Modern Paper Craft
  3. Cleaning Water with Carbon Fibre
  4. Revitalizing a Town with Ume
16' DVD

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JVT 2007-1 [Summary]

  1. Naoshima - The Island of Art
  2. Bringing a New Charm to Bonsai
  3. At the Forefront of Endoscopy
  4. Japanese Creative Cheese
  DVD

Beta

JVT 2006-12 [Summary]

  1. One-day Trip to Tsukaba - Nature and Science
  2. Edo Kites Flying High
  3. Supporting the Next Generation of Aircraft - Carbon Fibre Composite Materials
  4. Tokyo Tradational Taste
19' DVD

Beta

JVT 2006-11 [Summary]

  1. Global Oysters Supported by Forests
  2. Not Just for Play - Mobile Game Devices Evolve
  3. Tokyo One-Day Trip
  4. UDON - Noodles Fostered by Nature
21' DVD

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JVT 2006-10 [Summary]

  1. Japan's 50 Years as a UN Member
  2. Onsen, Warm-hearted Hot Springs - Beppu and Yufuin
  3. Ramen, Japan's Favourite Noodles
  4. The Small Island that Drives on Ethanol
19' DVD

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JVT 2006-9 [Summary]

  1. State-of-the-art Prosthetics
  2. Staying at a World Heritage Site
  3. Basement Food Riches
  4. Preparing for Natural Disasters
18' DVD

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JVT 2006-8 [Summary]

  1. Beach Cleaning Buggy
  2. Secrets of the White Egret Castle
  3. The Yukata Fashion Boom
  4. Washi
  5. The Popular Tokyo English Bus Tour
19' DVD

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JVT 2006-7 [Summary]

  1. Climbing for Cleaning
  2. Living with Flowers
  3. Furoshiki - The Flexible Wrapping
  4. Self Expression through Digital Art
15' DVD

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JVT 2006-6 [Summary]

  1. Mobile Phone TV
  2. Exploring Japan - Appreciating Wooden Architecture
  3. Japan Welcomes Young Students
13' DVD

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JVT 2006-5 [Summary]

  1. Japan's Assistance for Iraq
  2. Exploring Japan - Appreciating Japanese Sounds
  3. Japanese Anime in Malaysia
  4. Citizens in City Planning
15' DVD

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JVT 2006-4 [Summary]

  1. The Roots of Japanese Anime
  2. Shop Assistants with Purchasing Power
  3. Exploring Japan - Appreciating Japanese-Style Rooms
  4. The Japanese Economy is Rising from Recession
15' DVD

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JVT 2006-3 [Summary]

  1. Shimane - Land of Silver, Swords and Ancient Shrines
  2. Latest Digital Camera Trends
  3. Art of Hidden Beauty
  4. More than Cute - Kawaii!!
15' VHS

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JVT 2006-2 [Summary]

  1. City of Countless Faces
  2. The Art of the Compact
  3. Keeping the Expressways Safe
  4. Weaving Works of Beauty
15' VHS

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JVT 2006-1 [Summary]

  1. Fighting Sport Builds Friendship
  2. Block Toy Unblocks Creativity
  3. Heroes of Disaster - Tokyo's Hyper Rescue Team
  4. Underground Caverns of Akiyoshi
15' VHS

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JVT 2005-12 [Summary]

  1. Kyushu National Museum
  2. Heart-Warming Nabe Cookery
  3. Waste Disposal as a Work of Art
  4. Glories of Long Ago - Hiraizumi
15' VHS

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JVT 2005-11 [Summary]

  1. Nikko - Japan's Oldest International Resort
  2. What's Happening in the MotorcycleWorld
  3. Senior Volunteers Work Abraod
  4. Traditional Good-Luck Charms
15' VHS

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JVT 2005-10 [Summary]

  1. Cycling the Islands of the Inland Sea
  2. Underground Tokyo
  3. Rice and the Japanese
  4. A Promise Kept - The White Stork Flies Again
15' Beta

JVT 2005-9

  1. The Artificial Limb Makers
  2. Akihabara - Hobbyist's Paradise
  3. A Brush with Beauty
  4. Bringing Color Back to the Oceans
15' VHS

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JVT 2005-8 [Summary]

  1. Helping Hands Build Iraqi-Japanese Friendship
  2. Getting Close to the Animals
  3. When Computers Can't Match HumanSkill
  4. Aomori -- Land of Contrasts
15' VHS

JVT 2005-7 [Summary]

  1. Winter Snow Keeps Summer Cool
  2. Kyoto State Guest House
  3. Moerenuma - From Landfill to Park
  4. Hakata Gion Yamakusa Festival
15' VHS

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JVT 2005-6 [Summary]

  1. First Steps for World Citizens
  2. Raining in Japan
  3. Robot Partners
  4. Wagashi - The Taste of the Seasons
15' VHS

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JVT 2005-5 [Summary]

  1. Tsunami Alert
  2. After the EXPO - Visit Iseshima
  3. Games Reach the Next Level
  4. Okinawan Sanshin
15' VHS

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JVT 2005-4 [Summary]

  1. Expo 2005
  2. Lacquer Reborn
  3. Cultivating the Tuna
  4. The Island that Runs on Water
15' VHS

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JVT 2005-3

  1. Japan in the UN
  2. New Life for Old Houses
  3. Ridding the World of Landmines
  4. Centrair - Japan's Newest Hub Airport
  5. 2005 Special Olympics World Winter Games in Nagan
15' VHS

JVT 2005-2

  1. Itsukushima - Shrine in the Sea
  2. Throw Away Your Wallet
  3. The Man who Mapped Japan
15' VHS

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JVT 2005-1

  1. Green Roofs Combat Greenhouse Effect
  2. Braille on the Move
  3. Kumamoto - Land of Fire and Water
  4. Eat, Drink, Relax - Izakaya Style
15' VHS