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TV channels from Japan
Channel NameLive?Information
.CAM: Aso Vulcano (-)LiveThis is a webcam with a view of the Vulcano (mount Aso) located at Aso in the Kumamoto Prefecture. When the webcam is not available it may be possible that images of the roof of the Aso volcano museum will be shown. The webcams are made available by RKK, an official partner channel of Kumamotohoso. As soon it gets dark outside it IS dark.
.CAM: Shibuya crossing (-)LiveWebcam view of the Shibuya scramble crossing located in Tokyo, Japan. This area is known as one of the fashion centers of Japan, particularly for young people, and as a major nightlife area. The webcam is made available by Sibch.tv a company that brings you the information you can not get from travel guidebooks!
.CAM: HTB Weather (-)Live4 different webcams made available in a splitscreen. Nice simultaneously aired views of the following cities: Sapporo, Asahikawa, Hakodate and Kushir-o. The webcams are made available by the free-to-air TV station HTB. All cities are located in the north of Japan, in the Hokkaido Prefecture.
.CAM: Ishikawa train station (-)LiveThis webcam offers a a live video from the Kanazawa Station in Ishikawa. The image is provide by the information camera of Hokuriku Asahi Broadcasting (HAB). Hokuriku Shinkansen, IR Ishikawa railway, please enjoy the arrival and departure status of JR West train.
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.CAM: Osaka Airport (Japanese)
LiveVery nice webcam with a split-screen view of the Oakaka International Airport. You also hear the sound of communications between tower and airplanes.
.NHK World (English)LiveNHK World is the international broadcasting service of NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation), Japan's public broadcaster. It was launched in 1998. It provides short English spoken news updates.
.QVC (Japanese)Live(Home Shopping) Offers a broad range of products. QVC stands for for -Quality, Value, Convenience-. It is an American cable, satellite and broadcast television network also broadcasting in Japan.
Japan Broadcast info (source - CIA World Factbook):
a mixture of public and commercial broadcast TV and radio stations; 6 national terrestrial TV networks including 1 public broadcaster; the large number of radio and TV stations available provide a wide range of choices; satellite and cable services provide access to international channels (2012)
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