There’s something about Japan that haves us wanting more of it. Aside from being popular for its tradition, tourist locations, and high-quality products, Japan’s pop culture has also gained some love in recent years.

There are blogs on Japanese Pop Culture or “JPOP” where individuals can learn more about the growing trend. From television personalities to female and male music groups, JPOP has so much to offer.

List of the Top JPOP Blogs on the Internet Today

After going through all the stats, we present to you the Top JPOP blogs you can find on the web. Check each site out to get some inspiration and ideas for your own blog. Have fun!

 

ARAMA! JAPAN

ARAMA! JAPAN is an English-language online media website providing complete coverage of Japanese pop culture. This ranges from news and gossip about Japanese celebrities, anime, music, movies, fashion and video-games. ARAMA! JAPAN was officially introduced to the world on July 1st, 2014 in celebration of its 5th anniversary. They strive to continue being one of the most up-to-date resources for all things Japanese pop culture. With a content reach of over 170 countries their objective is to continue spreading Japanese news all around the globe.

 

JaME World

JaME is the first multilanguage information website and database which is focused and based on Japanese music. Since 2004, JaME consistently provide daily news, interviews, reviews and a huge database about your favorite artists! JaME is an online media website providing complete coverage of Japanese pop culture they strive to continue being one of the most up-to-date resources for all things Japanese pop culture.

 

NekoPOP

NekoPOP features reviews, interviews, and commentary for J-Pop, idols, dance, and other cool things from Japanese pop culture. David Cirone is the founder of RESONANCE Media, specializing in promotion and management services for Japanese music artists. Since 2006, David has worked with multiple major and indie J-Rock and J-Pop artists including X Japan, ONE OK ROCK, Man With A Mission, MAXIMUM THE HORMONE, Hatsune Miku, SILENT SIREN, Kamen Joshi, exist†trace, BAND-MAID, Gacharic Spin, HIGH and MIGHTY COLOR, girugamesh, LM.C, DAZZLE VISION, URBANGARDE, ketchup mania, Budo Grape, Swinging Popsicle, Morning Musume, May’n, FUDANJUKU, BABYMETAL, Hangry & Angry, and Berryz Kobo.

 

JROCK (Japanese rock) News

JROCK NEWS aims to bring Japanese rock music to fans across the globe. JROCK NEWS was started by Edohsama back in 2008 January 25 as a casual blog space for Japanese rock news.  JROCK NEWS goal is to provide up to date news to Jrock fans around over the world with its international team of dedicated and passionate writers. JROCK NEWS writers are spread internationally to provide local and global news update about tours, gigs and events in the Japanese rock culture.

 

Random J Pop

Random J Pop Features news, info, reviews and music videos from the world of pop ranging from the US to Japan and occasionally some places in-between. This is a blog on everything related to popular music from the West and East. Whether it be Pop, R&B or J-pop. Whatever it is, Random J Pop is got it covered. They post on new releases, old releases, news, music videos, album reviews, and rumors about artists.

 

J-Pop Idols

J-Pop Idols is focused on the Japanese idols and their motivated team of writers write articles about news, events, releases, or other topics related to idols. They also strive to provide more exclusive content and features to the Jrock fans. Over the years, the J-Pop Idols blog has attracted over 50 million views, supported and maintained by hundreds of writers and volunteers. They are able to bring people who love Japanese rock together from all over the world, enticing artists to perform aboard, and connecting fans to artists, all to share their passion with people who also love Japanese rock music.

 

Kawaii Kakkoii Sugoi – J-POP

Kawaii Kakkoii Sugoi is aimed to feature Japanese pop culture contents. And other contents ranging from   anime, manga, the crazy impressive breakthroughs in robot technology, novelty snack foods, J-rock and J-pop music, or anything else. They do their best to cover the whole range of all to their readers/ fans. Kawaii Kakkoii Sugoi writers are spread internationally to provide both local and global news about Japanese tours, gigs and events in the Japanese rock culture.

 

Yume Hokori

The Yume Hokori blog is dedicated to providing English translations of anime or J-pop songs. The name of this blog is a made-up word ‘yume’ meaning ‘dream’ and ‘hokori’ meaning ‘dust’ – ‘dreamdust’. The Yume Hokori blog is an online media providing complete coverage on   English translations of anime, and they strive to continue being one of the most up-to-date resources for all things about English anime.

 

J-POP GO

J-POP GO is a UK-based website celebrating J-Pop with features, reviews, news and interviews. It’s also a club night which stages live performances and features DJs playing a wide variety of J-Pop tunes. J-Pop Go is the UK’s longest running J-Pop club night and originally sprang into life back in 2004 as a response to the lack of J-Pop-themed club nights in London at the time.  The website has also had the privilege of interviewing the likes of Dempagumi.Inc, Charisma.com, Tokyo Girls’ Style, Nagi Yanagi, Hotei, Hiroyuki Itoh (Crypton Future Media), Yun*chi, Kanon Wakeshima, Reol, Shonen Knife, Beckii Cruel and Lo-Fi.

 

Jrock Revolution

Jrock Revolution was created by a Japanese rock superstar YOSHIKI of X JAPAN. Jrock Revolution, the first multi-artist music festival in North America to exclusively showcase Japanese rock music (Jrock for short) straight from Japan, launched May 25, 2007, at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles. Hosting a variety of artists, some of which have already performed and released albums in Europe, the U.S., and Japan, Jrock Revolution answered the wishes of curious music lovers and tens of thousands of Jrock fans alike. The sold-out festival ran from May 25-26 featured Alice nine. Vidoll, DuelJewel, Kagrra,, Miyavi, D’espairsRay, Merry, girugamesh, and MUCC.

How to Get Started with Your Own JPOP Blog

After giving each blog a look, you were probably able to observe their blogging style, audience approach, and even how they present their content. With that, we know you’re definitely ready to start blogging.

What are the basic requirements? Well, all you need is a domain name, a hosting plan, and a strategy to create content.

After choosing a domain name, decide on a cost-effective and reliable hosting plan. For this, we highly recommend Bluehost. We have a great relationship with them, so they offer our readers a 60% discount on hosting and a free domain with their hosting plan.

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