Watching TV Shows From Back Home *Legally*

Oh what a wonderful time to be alive as an expat in Japan! In the not-to-distant past, we were stuck mailing letters to our friends and family back home or going through the harrowing process of figuring how to get international calling to work on our Japanese cellphones… Or worse, punch in the correct combination of digits inside one of the ISDN phone booths. As for watching something on TV from back home, pretty much every expat resigned themselves to whatever could be found at Tsutaya or late at night on one of the BS satellite channels. But now we can just pull out our smartphones and Skype, Facetime, or whatever-else-app to chat with folks back home. And pretty much everyone knows how (or has that friend that knows how) to get a TV show that was broadcast a few hours ago onto the screen of their choice… But usually it involves a little swashbuckling on the digital high seas, saavy? It’s 2019, and we shouldn’t have to incur the wrath of the Pirate Police here in Japan just to catch up on Game of Thrones, so here are some ways to check out your favorite shows legally. Novice Level You may already know that Amazon Prime Video, Netflix and Hulu operate in Japan and can be downloaded onto many smartphones, tablets and seen through their respective websites. However, it will default onto a Japan-specific part of the app that may not have the same content that you’d expect to…
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Watching TV Shows From Back Home *Legally*
Original Source: www.JapanInfoSwap.com
Watching TV Shows From Back Home *Legally*

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