Rakuten Viki, the largest streaming service for Asian content, has a number of Japanese dramas for you to binge!

Japanese drama series, which are typically based on Manga and Anime, are quickly rising in popularity, with viewers drawn to their entertaining storylines, engaging characters, and high-quality production. Dive into some classic romantic comedies based on Manga, with Coffee & Vanillaa drama following a young woman moving from the countryside to the city of Tokyo, and In-House Marriage Honey about two co-workers who meet on a dating app.

If you’re a fan of the hit K-Drama series, True Beauty, you may want to put the J-Drama Black Cinderella on your radar, which has a similar storyline about love and beauty in high school. Another highly anticipated J-Drama coming to the service is Double Fantasywhich can be compared to the popular Korean The Penthouse Series.


Additional titles in Rakuten Viki’s collection to fuel your J-Drama addiction include Mischievous Kiss: Love in TOKYO, Noble Boys, You Are My Destiny, Princess Jellyfish and more.  

A list of shows currently available on the service is as follows:

Rakuten Viki is available to anyone to watch for free (with advertisements) or without advertisements with tiered subscriptions of Standard for $4.99 a month, and Plus Pass for $9.99.  Rakuten Viki can be accessed on a number of platforms.

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To check out everything the service has to offer, head on over to their official site: Watch Korean Dramas, Chinese Dramas and Movies Online | Rakuten Viki

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Josh (or J.J. as some have come to call him), is a long-time geek culture enthusiast with a deep passion for anime, manga and Japanese culture. Josh also has a Bachelor of Arts in Game Design and is a creative writer who has created original content for over 20 years! He is also the author of the original English light novels Final Hope, A.R. Dragonfly, and From Ashe..

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1 month ago

Japanese drama are quickly rising in popularity… This information is fake. Actually Jdramas are Not famous in Japan. Japanese prefer to watch Kdramas.