How to stream Japanese TV on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, and HBO NOW?

It’s no secret that Netflix is the leader in streaming Japanese TV.

And that’s thanks to its exclusive deal with Amazon Prime TV.

That’s a big deal for anyone who wants to watch Japanese content, especially since the service is a popular choice for the U.S. (as is the Hulu Plus service, if you’re in the U, which also has exclusive deals with Amazon.)

However, Amazon has recently made it easier for Japanese-speaking customers to access Japanese-language content on the service.

It’s also made it a bit easier for customers to switch over to a different service, Hulu Plus, to watch movies, shows, and more.

And there’s one more thing to consider: the Hulu service also has its own streaming app for Japanese viewers. 

As of this writing, Hulu Now is the most widely available Japanese streaming service, and it has a handful of titles in its catalog, including a lot of classics like My Neighbor Totoro.

However, for anyone wanting to stream Netflix content on a Mac or Windows PC, it may not be the best option for you. 

What’s more, there’s a new Hulu app on the way.

The latest update to the app is now available on iOS and Android devices, and the service’s creators, Netflix Japan, have announced that it will be launching the Hulu Now app on January 1.

The Hulu app is free to download, but it also includes a Hulu Plus subscription.

If you’re a Japanese-American who wants more than just Netflix content, Hulu’s service will also be more convenient for you than Netflix.