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You wa nani shi ni Nippon e? 

"Why did YOU come to Japan?" ("YOU wa Nani Shi ni Nippon e?") is a Japanese television program presented by Osamu Shitara and Yuki Himura, a comedy duo known as "Bananaman". It is a regular... See full summary »

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Yûki Himura Yûki Himura ...  Themselves 23 episodes, 2013-2015
Bobby Ologun Bobby Ologun ...  Himself - Narrator 23 episodes, 2013-2015
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"Why did YOU come to Japan?" ("YOU wa Nani Shi ni Nippon e?") is a Japanese television program presented by Osamu Shitara and Yuki Himura, a comedy duo known as "Bananaman". It is a regular program on TVTokyo (Chanel 7) on Monday evenings. In the program, a team of interviewers go around various airports in Japan, with Narita International Airport as their main reporting hub, and ask non-Japanese arrivals "Why did you come to Japan?". They then attempt to follow the interviewees on their respective journeys around Japan. Each individual has their own unique reason for coming to Japan, and each episode can therefore contain fun, serious, or unusual stories of why Japan is important to the people interviewed. Many foreign celebrities from different industries have appeared on the show, including Bob Sapp (wrestler), Benedict Cumberbatch (actor), Leron Lee (baseball player), and more.

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Japan

Language:

Japanese

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2013 (Japan) See more »

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Why Did You Come to Japan? See more »

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