New York City’s New York TV stations are the go-to destination for most TV viewers, but some stations aren’t exactly friendly to Japanese speakers.
If you’re trying to find a good Japanese station in the city, there are plenty of ways to go.
There are no strict rules to be followed.
Just a few tips: Listen to the station.
If the station’s music is Japanese, you can listen to the Japanese announcer, or you can do the same if the station doesn’t.
Japanese stations are often accompanied by English-language news and weather reports, so that’s a good way to learn about the country and its weather.
If there’s an onscreen message, try to translate it to Japanese.
Don’t try to listen to audio from the station as a means of catching up on the news.
When you’re not listening to audio, ask to speak with the station manager or receptionist, and make sure they’re willing to help you.
Listen to a different language.
Japanese speakers are a minority in New York, so it’s important to keep your ears open for more Japanese language stations.
That means looking for stations that are a bit more mainstream, like English- and French-language stations.
And if you want to check out some stations with no English content, there’s also the Japanese TV-asahi (or TVAsahi) station.
There, you’ll be able to watch some of the country’s most popular shows and sports.
If those sounds don’t sound familiar, try a different station.
New York’s TV stations have become an easy target for trolls and trolls on social media.
So if you’re feeling frustrated by the constant barrage of trolls, consider switching to another medium.