Japanorama S2E02 - Otaku (Geeks).avi 231.80 MB
Japanorama S2E06 - Kawaii (Cute).avi 231.53 MB
Japanorama S3E06 - Gyaru (Bad girls).avi 232.03 MB
Japanorama S3E01 - Gaijin (Outsiders).avi 232.21 MB
Japanorama S2E05 - Bushido (Samurai Spirit).avi 232.27 MB
Japanorama S2E04 - Owarai (Comedy).avi 232.28 MB
Japanorama S2E03 - Zoku (Tribes).avi 232.32 MB
Japanorama S3E04 - Densetsu (Legends).avi 232.38 MB
Japanorama S3E05 - Kaidan (Scary Stories).avi 232.32 MB
Japanorama S2E01 - Kakkoii (Cool).avi 232.70 MB
Japanorama S1E04 - Crime.mpg 284.28 MB
Japanorama S3E02 - Ai And Koi (Love and Romance).avi 233.11 MB
Japanorama S1E03 - Sex.mpg 284.28 MB
Japanorama S1E01 - Science Fiction.mpg 286.44 MB
Japanorama S1E05 - Swords.mpg 286.83 MB
Japanorama S1E06 - Horror.mpg 286.58 MB
Japanorama S1E02 - Youth.mpg 290.04 MB
Japanorama Extra - Sushi.avi 6.60 MB
Japanorama Extra - Crossing.avi 19.48 MB
Japanorama Extra - Sex In Japan Part 1.avi 56.65 MB
Japanorama Extra - Shopping in Japan.mpg 132.51 MB
Japanorama Extra - Future in Japan.mpg 134.54 MB
Japanorama Extra - Fasion in Japan.mpg 138.00 MB
Japanorama Extra - Music in Japan.mpg 142.55 MB
Japanorama Extra - Sex In Japan Part 2.avi 175.01 MB
Japanorama Extra - Entertainment.mpg 290.04 MB
Japanorama S3E03 - J-Art (Japanese Pop Art).avi 300.45 MB
Japanorama is a series of documentaries presented by Jonathan Ross, exploring various facets of popular culture and trends of modern-day Japan.
Each episode of Japanorama has a theme, around which Jonathan Ross presents cultural phenomena, films, music, and art that exemplify facets of Japan. The series is colorful in both its creative use of subject matter, and its use of bright colors that helps accent the action on screen rather than distract from it. Subjects were separated by eye catches that often featured the artwork of Junko Mizuno. Ross hosts each episode in suits so bright and stylised they could have been stolen from an anime character.
Fans have credited the series for the care that both Ross and the BBC have placed in its production. Time was given to delve into each subject, and Ross was able to interview various figureheads of culture and industry, including Hayao Miyazaki, Mamoru Oshii, Takashi Murakami, Takashi Miike, and Takeshi Kitano.
The theme song of the show is Kiyoshi no zundoko bushi by Kiyoshi Hikawa.
Japanorama consists of three series, each with six episodes. The first series was shown on BBC Choice in 2002, while series two and three were shown on BBC Three in 2006 and 2007 respectively.