BellaLovelle

What's the best way to free watch Japanese Sumo live streaming?

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I want to be able to watch some of my favorite Japanese programs (such as: Sumo) on my computer or android mobile. So I've been looking at multiple options for doing so, such as online services FUJITV Live(fujitv.live/fujitv). Recently, I have seen a lot of information about it in Reddit and Twitter, evaluation is good, live online without interruption, high quality . Is anyone familiar with this live service? If so, do you use the online service for japanese tv live streaming? Any ideas?

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Asojima    1,695
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NHK G:        http://vaughnlive.tv/sherming9  (Sumo)
Asahi :         http://vaughnlive.tv/sherming99
Fuji:        http://vaughnlive.tv/sherming9998
TBS:        http://vaughnlive.tv/sherming6666
NTV:       http://vaughnlive.tv/sherming6
Tokyo:        http://vaughnlive.tv/sherming66
Tokyo MX:      http://vaughnlive.tv/sherming88
Main??:        http://vaughnlive.tv/sherming00

 

 

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Asojima    1,695
7 hours ago, BellaLovelle said:

What happened?  I open the first link and said it's forbidden! pls help!

Works for me.  Is it only the first link, or are you having a problem with all of them? Are you on a network that limits the types of sites that you can link to? What country are you located in?

Try this.

 

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Others can! Thanks! I have been using it for a few days and I feel FUJITV is more convenient. Have you ever tried? But it's a pity that the charges began in July.:-(

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I just purchased a one-month subscription of FUJITV service. I use to use JapanHD TV and small online streaming sites (Like Vanguard) but they were too unreliable. So I would recommend FUJITV service. The ability to catch up past shows is a really great feature. I like to watch Hiyokko on NHK , PON! on Nippon TV, news, various travelling shows, DragonBall Super and Folktales on the weekend. Fujitv do need to pay, but the price can be affordable, Mid-Autumn Festival is coming,I don't know if there's any preferential activity.If so, I'll consider renewing it.

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