|Through Foreign Journalists' Eyes Plus: Nippon in the World|
|Genre||News, Discussion program|
|Presented by|| Patrick Harlan |
|Narrated by||Mai Demizu|
|Country of origin|
|No. of episodes||93|
|Running time||54 minutes|
|Original release||October 7, 2015 –|
September 30, 2018
Through Foreign Journalists' Eyes: Nippon in the World (外国人記者は見た!日本inザ・ワールド, Gaikokujinkisha wa mita! Nippon in za warudo) is a BS-TBS discussions program. It was originally broadcast on Wednesday night but after reformatting on October 2, 2016 as Through Foreign Journalists' Eyes Plus: Nippon in the World (外国人記者は見た+日本inザ・ワールド, Gaikokujinkisha wa mita purasu Nippon in za warudo), it was moved to Sunday night.
The program talks about social issues of Japan and thoroughly discusses how foreign journalists in Japan who report for mass media outside of Japan look at these issues.
The program was ended on September 30, 2018.
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