I mean, there's only so many times you can watch a video of conveyor-belt sushi, according to The Japan Times. This doesn't mean interest in Japan-related content on You Tube has trailed off, though. Content creators based in Japan often referred to as J-vloggers most of whom are from countries other than Japan, have shepherded overseas Japanophiles to places in this country that many locals haven't even visited. ; Life moves pretty fast on the internet, though, and the heyday of the J-vlogger simply sharing their life online has waned as the market has become oversaturated with similar-looking content. If anything, it has become more popular during the pandemic with people using the videos to plan their dream vacations and post-college plans after the pandemic. Broad is the creator behind the popular Abroad In Japan channel. My You Tube videos had an increase in views, I'd say, You Tuber Chris Broad told The Japan Times' Oscar Boyd in December for the Recultured podcast. (news.financializer.com).
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