YouTube Channels which I usually watch these days

Gradually becoming around 30s, which I’m very afraid of, the taste of my channels which I usually watch on YouTube finally got stabled, or rather I should say, matured. The clips I had been watching until 28 were comedic, motivation arousal, black humor, meaningless, cheap content. However, facing the age of 30, my taste finally getting stable these days. Here is what I’ve been watching these days, and mostly are Japanese channels. If you have some recommendation (not AI but human) and share it in the comment section below, I would really appreciate it.

1. Uga-Tencho’s Suburi Channel (Kendo Practice Swing Channel by Uga- Tencho)

My day begins with watching this channel. The channel is just for kendo players who want to keep their everyday practice swing habit. Uga-Tencho holds a LIVE practice swing every morning from 6:30 am, and we can keep practicing with his guide. Keeping practicing swing every day is such a hard job especially by yourself. But you can do it with him, who is a representative of a shop of Kendo martial arts.

2. TV-Asahi Satsueibu (TV-Asahi Filming Department)

Since I’m a coach of a broadcasting club in my high school (although I’m totally lacking experience in broadcasting everything), I need to focus on how to teach and what to teach for my club students, and this channel really helps me out. TV-Asahi is one of the major Japanese broadcasting networks like CNN. The professional cameramen kindly show and tell us how to shoot a beautiful scene or the way of taking care of gadgets.

3. Chef Ropia Ryouri No Sekai (Cooking World of Chef Ropia)

In this channel, a professional Japanese chef of Italian cuisine kindly tells us how to cook professionally in an easy way. In this video, he tells how to cook delicious carbonara to his younger sister, who represents an average housewife. A little bit of technique or knack changes your daily cooking dramatically, this is what the clips tell me. His coaching is very easy to understand, so I can put the techniques into daily cooking very easily.

Above all, my life seems to have been getting healthier year by year. I’d like to take this habit as a positive change. Thank you for reading, and have a wonderful YouTube life.

Author: Tomoharu Watanabe

Hi there. I'm 28 years old Japanese guy who currently live in northern part of Japan; Hokkaido, and a high school English teacher. Love reading books and watching movies and especially traveling around the world. Playing the guitar and kendo (Japanese traditional martial arts) is also my pastime.

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