Shared November 20, 2019
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I sometimes come across comments that claim that Japanese comedy is mostly slapstick, which is far from the truth.
The most popular form of Japanese comedy is called "manzai" which is similar to stand up comedy except that you have two people on stage.
In this video, I'll explain some examples of Japanese comedy and why people might not get it.
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