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Re: Comparing Options for Watching Japanese TV from Overseas

Posted: Sep 15th, '17, 02:32
by vivily36
初めまして、こんにちは^0^
これから、仲良くして頂けると嬉しいです。
宜しくお願い致しますm(_)m

New here, guys. ;) Currently few apps for watching Japanese TV Live are WORKING FOR MAC. I guess these developers have known about this kind of the requirement and devoted it. After all, filling the gap of the market means to attract more users ;>

Searching on Google, so many threads from various forums are talking about it. Hard to get one solution for Mac COMPUTER! I saw here there are two apps: isakura and fujitv. I FOUND THAT fujitv.live can be used on WEB AND ON MAC as long as I DOWNLOAD a Flash plugin for mac. WOW, a big surprise!!!

Expecting the app for iOS to watch Japanese tv channels.

Re: Comparing Options for Watching Japanese TV from Overseas

Posted: Sep 15th, '17, 14:50
by pato
vivily36 wrote:初めまして、こんにちは^0^
これから、仲良くして頂けると嬉しいです。
宜しくお願い致しますm(_)m

New here, guys. ;) Currently few apps for watching Japanese TV Live are WORKING FOR MAC. I guess these developers have known about this kind of the requirement and devoted it. After all, filling the gap of the market means to attract more users ;>

Searching on Google, so many threads from various forums are talking about it. Hard to get one solution for Mac COMPUTER! I saw here there are two apps: isakura and fujitv. I FOUND THAT fujitv.live can be used on WEB AND ON MAC as long as I DOWNLOAD a Flash plugin for mac. WOW, a big surprise!!!

Expecting the app for iOS to watch Japanese tv channels.
Isakura as a version for Mac and PC.

Re: Use FUJITV to watch Japan TV Live on Amazon Fire TV or Stick via adbFire

Posted: Oct 13th, '17, 10:31
by Keiko1981
Moving to topic on the subject for watching dramas from overseas.

Re: Comparing Options for Watching Japanese TV from Overseas

Posted: Oct 18th, '17, 10:18
by pato
So good news! FujiTV now have Fighting TV and Pigoo Channels. Great look and all the channels i need, i could not be more happy.

Re: Comparing Options for Watching Japanese TV from Overseas

Posted: Oct 18th, '17, 10:29
by pato
statrosa wrote:Thank you Bella, for the channel overview.

If you guys add Pigoo TV, you will get my money :wink:
They did add now, so awesome!

Re: Comparing Options for Watching Japanese TV from Overseas

Posted: Oct 20th, '17, 11:11
by statrosa
Bella Lovelle wrote:
pato wrote:So good news! FujiTV now have Fighting TV and Pigoo Channels. Great look and all the channels i need, i could not be more happy.
Thanks pato!

Learn more at FUJITV official: https://fujitv.live/update-fujitv-added ... -and-pigoo

Or FUJITV Youtube:
Yes yes yes, thank you!!!

Re: Comparing Options for Watching Japanese TV from Overseas

Posted: Nov 15th, '17, 11:18
by pato
Bella Lovelle wrote:Get 2017 Thanksgiving Giveways Free Gift from FUJITV

2017 Thanksgiving Day is coming! The greetings from FUJITV arrive in advance. Thanks for using our Japan IPTV service to watch Japanese TV live online. To express our gratitude, we've arranged a lot of 100% free winning gifts activities, up to 30 days free! So easy!

Choose Ways to Win FUJITV Free Gifts: https://fujitv.live/thanksgiving-giveaway
So awesome Bella!
FUJITV is the best.

Re: Comparing Options for Watching Japanese TV from Overseas

Posted: Nov 27th, '17, 21:55
by cocom0tion73
pato wrote:
Bella Lovelle wrote:Get 2017 Thanksgiving Giveways Free Gift from FUJITV

2017 Thanksgiving Day is coming! The greetings from FUJITV arrive in advance. Thanks for using our Japan IPTV service to watch Japanese TV live online. To express our gratitude, we've arranged a lot of 100% free winning gifts activities, up to 30 days free! So easy!

Choose Ways to Win FUJITV Free Gifts: https://fujitv.live/thanksgiving-giveaway
So awesome Bella!
FUJITV is the best.

I second that, FUJITV is legit the best! Also, when I had issues with the streaming (although rarely happened), this company was quick to respond to my email and even offered reimbursement/compensation of extra one month subscription. It's been working great via my Amazon Fire TV.

I am in no way getting any incentives or in any way part of the company. Just like Pato, I am here to vouch that FUJITV does provide the channels and services that are exceptional, that I can't get through Spectrum (formerly known as Time Warner) that only have 3 crappy channels for almost double the monthly price.

Check out their website, you can actually stream via trial on the web. That's how I was convinced it was worth a try. and I'm glad I did.
https://fujitv.live/fujitv

LMK if any of you need help with this topic in particular!

Mahalo from Hawaii

Re: Comparing Options for Watching Japanese TV from Overseas

Posted: Dec 1st, '17, 02:58
by pato
Can someone confirms me that fujitv works really well with amazon fire stick tv in Canada?

Re: Comparing Options for Watching Japanese TV from Overseas

Posted: Dec 2nd, '17, 22:35
by intelligentle
pato wrote:Can someone confirms me that fujitv works really well with amazon fire stick tv in Canada?
While I cannot confirm that it works with the Amazon Fire TV stick in Canada, I was able to successfully install it on my Fire TV using the program adbLink.

I can also vouch for the quality watching it on a Panasonic VIERA TV. No stuttering or lag. However, I mostly watch it on my laptop and I have noticed the quality does differ on certain channels and with recorded playback. I've used mostly WOWOW prime and TV TOKYO as examples. I also do use a VPN when on my laptop so that may affect it as well. There's some stuttering that's noticeable.

I used this tutorial since the one from FUJITV Live is a little outdated. It doesn't mention that you have to create a "new" connection if you've never set this up before.

Tutorial: https://www.mjdtech.net/how-to-push-zip ... h-adbfire/

adbLink: http://jocala.com/

Re: Comparing Options for Watching Japanese TV from Overseas

Posted: Dec 3rd, '17, 11:17
by pato
intelligentle wrote:
pato wrote:Can someone confirms me that fujitv works really well with amazon fire stick tv in Canada?
While I cannot confirm that it works with the Amazon Fire TV stick in Canada, I was able to successfully install it on my Fire TV using the program adbLink.

I can also vouch for the quality watching it on a Panasonic VIERA TV. No stuttering or lag. However, I mostly watch it on my laptop and I have noticed the quality does differ on certain channels and with recorded playback. I've used mostly WOWOW prime and TV TOKYO as examples. I also do use a VPN when on my laptop so that may affect it as well. There's some stuttering that's noticeable.

I used this tutorial since the one from FUJITV Live is a little outdated. It doesn't mention that you have to create a "new" connection if you've never set this up before.

Tutorial: https://www.mjdtech.net/how-to-push-zip ... h-adbfire/


adbLink: http://jocala.com/
Thank you so much!

Re: Comparing Options for Watching Japanese TV from Overseas

Posted: Dec 3rd, '17, 15:24
by intelligentle
pato wrote:
intelligentle wrote:
pato wrote:Can someone confirms me that fujitv works really well with amazon fire stick tv in Canada?
While I cannot confirm that it works with the Amazon Fire TV stick in Canada, I was able to successfully install it on my Fire TV using the program adbLink.

I can also vouch for the quality watching it on a Panasonic VIERA TV. No stuttering or lag. However, I mostly watch it on my laptop and I have noticed the quality does differ on certain channels and with recorded playback. I've used mostly WOWOW prime and TV TOKYO as examples. I also do use a VPN when on my laptop so that may affect it as well. There's some stuttering that's noticeable.

I used this tutorial since the one from FUJITV Live is a little outdated. It doesn't mention that you have to create a "new" connection if you've never set this up before.

Tutorial: https://www.mjdtech.net/how-to-push-zip ... h-adbfire/


adbLink: http://jocala.com/
Thank you so much!
You're so welcome! :D Just as a little add on to my post, I only used the above tutorial up until it starts talking about Kodi. After that, I stopped since the Kodi element doesn't apply to me. I just needed to be able to "push" the .apk file over to the Fire TV wirelessly which is what the tutorial explains.

The FUJITV Live tutorial talks about a program called "adbFire" which I couldn't find scouring the internet. I think "adbLink" replaced it since they are made by the same person: "jocala."

Hope this helps anyone looking for more insight on FUJITV Live! I like it a lot so far!

How can I sign up to watch Japanese TV?

Posted: Dec 6th, '17, 01:53
by tuongtndg
Does anybody know how can I sign up to watch japanese tv at J network service? :unsure: :unsure: :unsure:

Re: How can I sign up to watch Japanese TV?

Posted: Dec 6th, '17, 02:25
by Keiko1981
Maybe you should take a look at this https://japannettv.com/

And if you have any questions ask in the Comparing Options for Watching Japanese TV from Overseas topic.

Re: How can I sign up to watch Japanese TV?

Posted: Dec 8th, '17, 18:30
by gotonin

Re: Comparing Options for Watching Japanese TV from Overseas

Posted: Mar 1st, '18, 06:30
by tetraslash
@Bella Lovelle: Hi, I'm really interested in using Fuji TV, but my budget is extremely tight due to low income and I can't afford to pay even the on-sale price of $28 per month. I only watch TV occasionally (maybe once or twice a week), so I am wondering if you could consider offering a cheaper price for casual viewers.

Other country TV boxes (China, India, etc.) are a lot cheaper and feature a lot more channels and content for less than $10 per month, but I assume that your prices are high because of competition (iSakura, which is also expensive). I strongly believe that if you make your subscriptions cheaper, a lot more people would subscribe and you will make much more profit in the end.

Maybe you could make a really basic version that only includes some channels instead of all of them? Kind of similar to the monthly iSakura 24 channel version, but focuses on only the main channel. For example, offering the first 14 channels in this list: https://japannettv.com/shop/image/catal ... nnel24.png

I hope your company can consider this and make Japanese TV more affordable to the foreign public. Thank you. :roll

Re: Comparing Options for Watching Japanese TV from Overseas

Posted: Apr 10th, '18, 21:55
by pato
Bella Lovelle wrote:To all,

FUJITV iOS version is coming! Please keep an eye on FUJITV website, Twitter, Facebook, Youtube
How about apk for PC?

Re: FUJITV iOS Is Available Now On iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch via FJPlayerTV!

Posted: Apr 13th, '18, 07:54
by Keiko1981
Merging with existing topic on the subject.

Re: Have a quesiton about watching Japanese TV from overseas? Ask here!

Posted: Apr 23rd, '18, 04:18
by Hoggens
Hi Bella ! Samurai Fighting Tv is freezing and stopping and freezing and stopping all other channels works great.Can you please fix it !

Re: Comparing Options for Watching Japanese TV from Overseas

Posted: May 13th, '18, 00:41
by Hikari_O
antonio8909 wrote:Hi.

Is there any option for watch Japanese TV using Kodi at my Raspberry Pi 3? (addon)

Thanks
Hello every one. I dig up this question, as no one gave an answer :cry: ... and i would be interested ny it :whistling: !

In fact I can use the web interface of iSakura with chromium on a desktop session, but the tiny proc of the RP3 is struggling @65% to output video, and buffering quite often (once every minutes or two), especially in full screen mode.
Is there a way using kodi for example ?

Thanks in advance for you answers :D

Re: Have a quesiton about watching Japanese TV from overseas? Ask here!

Posted: Jul 16th, '18, 23:13
by hayashi-kun
So which is better? iSakura or FUJITV?

Re: Have a quesiton about watching Japanese TV from overseas? Ask here!

Posted: Jul 17th, '18, 03:41
by pato
hayashi-kun wrote:So which is better? iSakura or FUJITV?
Both comes from same servers but they are sold by different seller. It's up to you to choose the interface you like the most. For me i prefer fujitv, the interface looks much better.

Re: Have a quesiton about watching Japanese TV from overseas? Ask here!

Posted: Oct 11th, '18, 07:40
by zdzdz
What happened to FujiTV? Why did they renamde to https://forjoytv.com ?
Why isn't there any stream?
Is everything over?

Re: Have a question about watching Japanese TV from overseas? Ask here!

Posted: Feb 27th, '19, 06:32
by ian55
Hi All, for those wishing to view Japanese TV from overseas my Japanese friends tell me this is a good service

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www.myplanettv.com


Specialising in iSakura TV and plans offering 24 to 96 channels available on monthly or annual subscription. They even offer a 3 day trial for a few dollars. My friends watch on their PC but IOS and Android TV Box are also available. Clear communications in English. Cheers,

Re: Have a question about watching Japanese TV from overseas? Ask here!

Posted: Mar 27th, '19, 14:45
by hotsushi-kun
How can i install Fuji TV, i have an Fox TV for this and it would be great if i had one.

Re: Have a question about watching Japanese TV from overseas? Ask here!

Posted: Mar 27th, '19, 14:54
by hotsushi-kun
Also, i am from Serbia.

Re: Have a question about watching Japanese TV from overseas? Ask here!

Posted: May 8th, '19, 08:44
by meganinja
I wonder if there is any free service to watch TV from Japan...
i dont have much money to pay an service

Re: Have a question about watching Japanese TV from overseas? Ask here!

Posted: Oct 5th, '19, 20:22
by kitamori
I wonder if there is any service to watch Japan TV with downloading, but at better quality then isakura. Do someone any advice please?

Re: Have a question about watching Japanese TV from overseas? Ask here!

Posted: Oct 9th, '19, 20:21
by lemoncurry
Anyone know if there's a way to stream NHK World Premium? Any help would be greatly appreciated.