Japanese YouTubers

YouTubers come under fire for destroying traditional Japanese product in controversial video

The popular vloggers were forced to apologise after their actions sparked outrage in Japan.

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Japanese YouTubers cause uproar for stopping women in the street and calling them ugly

Video went viral for all the wrong reasons.

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Popular virtual YouTuber Kizuna Ai selected as ambassador for new “Come to Japan” campaign【Video】

The bubbly virtual girl has released her first video as part of the campaign, and it’s a great way to learn about the country’s charms.

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Japanese YouTuber joins calls to delete Logan Paul’s YouTube account 【Video】

That Japanese Man Yuta explains why YouTube needs to take a stand against Paul’s disrespectful Japan videos.

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Free hugs? This woman offers free breasts to men, women and foreign tourists in Tokyo.

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Japanese YouTubers crash Night Pool event by actually swimming 【Video】

People are getting angry at us for actually swimming!

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Japanese YouTuber shows how hard it is to hide your panties under sheer clothing

Use this handy trick when you don’t want your panties saying “Peek-a-boo!” under your white bottoms.

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Master sushi chef effortlessly slices and dices vegetables while blindfolded【Video】

Master sushi chef Hiroyuki Terada shows us why he’s a cut above the rest.

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Headphone splitters gone rogue: How to share your music with 100 people all at once【Video】

For those silent parties without speakers.

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YouTubers introduce five words you didn’t know were Japanese, we come up with five more!

I’m addicted to following the Instagram and YouTube accounts of foreigners in Japan. Not only can it be really cool to see a different perspective on the country, you can also learn some great stuff, too. Take this video by Rachel of “Rachel & Jun” fame, together with “Texan in Tokyo” (aka Grace) as they explain five words you didn’t know were Japanese!

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Here’s what happens if you buy all the drinks in the combini and mix them together 【Video】

If you were ever let loose on a self-service drinks machine as a child, you’ll know the peculiar delight that comes from mixing soft drinks together. Orange soda topped up with coke? Sure! A little bit of everything? Why not! It’s an experiment in taste and colour, as wide-eyed (and later stomach-achey) kids discover, just because you like all the individual components, doesn’t mean you’ll like the end result.

Japanese YouTuber Hajime has taken this sense of childish wonder to a new level – and on an adult budget, too. He bought every single drink on sale in his local convenience store, mixed them all together, and reviewed the taste. Because, well…why not!

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