What channel is NHK World on?


What channel is NHK World on?

Today’s NHK World-Japan is a current affairs and cultural channel that broadcasts internationally via satellite and cable TV. Programming is produced in English only. It began as a news channel in February 2009.

Can I watch NHK World Online?

Most NHK WORLD-JAPAN programs can be watched live on its website. NHK WORLD-JAPAN provides free apps to watch its service for many smartphones and tablet devices as well as streaming devices such as Amazon Fire TV™, Roku® and Apple TV®. Click here for details. NHK WORLD PREMIUM is offered by subscription.

How do I contact NHK World?

Radio Stations

Address: 2-2-1 Jinnan, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-8001
Phone: +81-3-3465-1111
Fax: +81-3-5453-4000
e-mail: [email protected]

How do I get Japanese TV channels?

NordVPN: The best VPN for streaming Japanese TV. Over 80 servers in Japan for streaming Fuji TV….If you connect to a VPN server in Japan, you’ll be able to stream various Japanese TV channels abroad for free:

  1. NHK General TV.
  2. NHK Educational TV.
  3. Nippon TV.
  4. TV Asahi.
  5. TBS TV.
  6. TV Tokyo.
  7. Fuji TV.
  8. Tokyo MX.

How can I watch Japanese channels?

The 21 Top Places to Watch Japanese TV Online

  1. Netflix. Finding the best resources for watching Japanese TV channels online can be a quest in itself.
  2. Hulu. Another great option is subscribing to the Japanese Hulu.
  3. Amazon Prime Video.
  4. HBO.
  5. Streema.
  6. TV Japan Live.
  7. ForJoyTV.
  8. YouTube.

How can I watch Japanese sports?

Providers like NTT Docomo and Rakuten have established their own sports streaming sites and secured access to content. Apple TV, Chromecast, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Amazon Fire TV, plus Mac and PC, are other ways to access some of the content. Providers typically have monthly and annual subscriptions.

How can I watch Japanese TV in the UK?

If you want to watch Japanese TV in the UK – legally* – you have four options that I’ve found:

  1. 1) JSTV (via satellite) or JSTV-i (streaming)
  2. 2) Crunchyroll (anime, with a handful of old drama series)
  3. 3) Viki – around 40 drama series, very infrequently updated.