Best new Japanese TV Shows in 2020 & 2019 (Netflix, Prime, Hulu & TV List)


List of the latest Japanese TV series in 2020 on tv and the best Japanese TV series of 2019 & the 2010's. Top Japanese TV series to watch on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, Disney+ & other Streaming services, out on DVD/Blu-ray or on tv right now.

New Japanese TV series in 2020

Top series up for release in 2020
  • Uzumaki

    CAST: Uki Satake, &
    The citizens of Kurōzu-cho occupy an eerie city of supernatural forces. Spirals are seen all around the city that signal a horrific curse is in the air. Teenager Kirie Goshima and her boyfriend Shuichi Saito soon discover the power of the spiral that begin to affect every resident. Kirie becomes aware of how her hair seems to curl and spiral which drains her life and hypnotizes others. Any attempt to cut her hair results in it trying to strangle her. The curse becomes even more troubling when natural disasters threaten the Kurōzu-cho. Based on the iconic Japanese dark fantasy graphic novel series by Junji Ito. Watch the trailer of Uzumaki

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  • ID: INVADED

    CAST: Kenjirou Tsuda, Yoshimasa Hosoya & M·A·O
    In an alternative future, investigators now have the ability to tap directly into the psyche of killers and witness their unconscious. Sakaido is one such detective who specializes in tapping into the minds of serial killers. Though seemingly unemotional on the job, he hides a dark secret of a tragic past of murder and revenge, as well as another life he had left behind. His methods are also questionable as the killers he seek often commit suicide. Watch the trailer of ID: INVADED

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Best Japanese TV series on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, Disney+ or DVD in 2020

2019, 2018, 2017 & the 2010's best rated Japanese TV series out on DVD, Bluray or streaming on VOD (Netflix, Amazon Prime & Hulu).
‘J Drama’ isn’t a genre for everyone. It’s soapy, kitschy, to say the least, just like its South-Korean counterpart. Still, a fun pool to dive into if you’re in for something else. Below you’ll find our selection of the best Japanese television series.