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Do you have any good recommendations for Japanese radio stations available online? Whether I can listen through the website or using some third party music app does not matter.

I would like a mixture of talk and (Japanese) music, albeit preferably with language that is not too fast/complicated.

Any recommendations?

Update (see comment below):
Just to be clear, I'm looking for (one, or possibly a short list of) specific radio-stations that may be useful for a beginner wanting to practice listening to real, flowing Japanese.

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closed as off topic by Dono, gibbon, Flaw, snailplane, ento Oct 12 '12 at 10:53

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TuneIn Radio and some extra text to let me post – gibbon Oct 12 '12 at 7:19
@gibbon Thanks for your answer, but what I was looking for was specific stations anyone might have experience with. Also, to whoever down-voted my question - do you mind explaining why? (is a question about recommendations for places to listen to Japanese not welcome or suitable on a site about the Japanese language?) – Kjartan Oct 12 '12 at 7:25
Aha, that makes sense. Thanks for the feedback, @snailplane. – Kjartan Oct 12 '12 at 8:55
yes keyholeTV is the best way I found to listen to jp radio. other legit sites sometimes block access outside of jp. – yadokari Oct 12 '12 at 17:47

Apparently, this question is considered off-topic here. I'm assuming it will be closed soon.

For future reference:

Resources for learning Japanese under (listing under another JLU question)

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Here you go.



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