San-in Chuo Television Broadcasting Co., Ltd.
San-In Chuo Television Broadcasting (TSK) is TV station of Fuji Network System (FNS) that broadcasts in Shimane Prefecture and Tottori Prefecture.
140-1, Mukojima-cho, Matsue-shi, Shimane 690-8666, Japan
January 17th, 1969
TSK Enterprise (subsidiary company of TSK)
Content Strategy Division
“Made in Japan” is Japan’s pride. On the background, the uniqueness of Japan such as the craftsman commitment, the blessings of nature and the technology have a worldwide reputation.
In this program, reporters set off on a journey to discover the JAPAN PRIDE. They find the charm of Japanese product...
Appeal the attraction of Japan surrounded by a long and beautiful coastline overseas with images from the sea. We introduce the charm of Japan with a powerful image using a “Camera Drone”, and let viewers enjoy traveling while answering local quizzes in the program.
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A glimpse at the traditional craftwork of Shimane and Tottori prefectures. These master craft skills were passed down to the young craftsmen at Takumi. See scenes of them at work and the energy and inspiration they put into their craft, and witness some of the final products. This 17-episode series ...
The number of cruise ships arrived in Japan and foreign passengers by cruise ships have been recorded the highest number ever last year. In the program, we introduce Japanese culture in countryside linked with domestic cruise ships. Singaporean reporter, Anita Kapoor, and Malaysian photographer, And...
In this TV program, we explore hidden destination Sanin- a district located in south-west Japan-and report on its rich experiential tourism.
We will take you on a journey enjoying seafood gourmet at Sakai port, experiencing cultural activities such as one of the authentic Japanese dance, “Yasugi-bu...
In the program, we focus on a cruise ship trip from foreign areas which bring thousands of people at once.
Moreover, we introduce not only the cruise ship tour itself, but also a port of call, Shimane Sakai Port such as Yokai, Japanese traditional ghosts, dishes of fine fish, and traditional cultu...