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Natsuki: The Movie (Life in Japan Documentary)

Natsuki  Documentaries  Pete   Burnt out and suffering from a mid life crisis, the eccentric Natsuki decides to take an emergency one-in-a-lifetime trip to Europe. Surprisingly, not everything goes according to plan.

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How Japan Overcame a $200 Billion Disaster Stories from the Tsunami

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Japan's Most Dangerous Obsession Explained | Drift Racing

Japan's street racing subculture can often feels at odds with Japan's image. We take a look at Drifting and visit the country's biggest drifting circuit to understand why it's popular and to try it for ourselves....

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What Owning a Love Hotel in Japan is Like

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