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Japan TV guide in english 2011/5/18 11:56
Hi

Is there a tv guide such as this one http://tv.yahoo.co.jp/

written in english?

Thanks
by matzo  

here 2011/5/18 13:41
your wish is granted, with the power of google translate the site you have listed is now in english:D google.com translate website fuction helps :D

http://translate.google.ca/translate?hl=en&sl=ja&tl=en&u=http%3A%2F%2F...
by Mar044 rate this post as useful

mar044 2011/5/18 15:58
Faaantastic!

Thanks for that.
Its going to help in a big way
Awesome

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by matzo rate this post as useful

, 2011/5/18 16:25
no problem, not the best solution but better then nothing, glad i could be some help
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Captain Supermarket. 2011/5/23 18:42
One thing that always baffles me on these Japanese TV listings is english movie titles.
Japan often change them to alternative titles so I would recommend to have IMDB to check those under the AKA section.
The altered titles often defy logic...
For example, Sam Raimi's horror cult classic "Army of Darkness" was released under the title "Captain Supermarket".

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... 2011/5/27 11:42
Wow, Captain Supermarket? I know Japan has a habit of bizarrely naming things...but I can't imagine such a title appealing to anybody over the age of 12. o.O

That, and it doesn't suit the movie at all.
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Shop smart, shop S-Mart 2011/5/27 16:44
For example, Sam Raimi's horror cult classic "Army of Darkness" was released under the title "Captain Supermarket".

I love it! What better way to describe the ending of one of my favorite b-movie horror flicks!

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