Looking for high energy Youtubers

Hello everyone!

I am asking for your help because I want to listen to high energy and fun Japanese Youtubers. For reference, what I mean is Youtubers like kemio.

Looking forward to your recommendations! :blush:

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I’m afraid I can only recommend VTubers.

Her channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXTpFs_3PqI41qX2d9tL2Rw

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Thank you for your quick answer!

Yess, Vtubers definitely belong to high energy and fun category! I really like Hololive and Nijisanji! :heart_eyes:

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Ai is p energetic at times if you’re into her.
I’d also recommend Pikamee but she’s not a native Japanese speaker as far as I know. She speaks mainly a mix of Japanese and English but is e x t r e m e l y high energy lmao
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I heard Sushi Ramen is pretty good

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I like Shuu Games, especially his Wii Sports videos. He has a grudge against Shouta (one of the recurring computer players) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zEfLzTEiH9Y

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Wait what did your old profile pic used to be? It’s bothering me a lot that I can’t remember. WHO ARE YOU

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loud

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If you haven’t seen himehina yet, I recommend their channel too! They’re very high energy and fun. Sometimes they talk super fast which might be hard to make out at first but it’s good practice and they also do Japanese TV style, intermittent on-screen subtitles in big and colorful fonts. Besides them I mostly watch hololive which it sounds like you’re already familiar with.

Another similar pair to these two is omega sisters but they do more memey and poop emoji type humor. Still pretty funny sometimes.


thats a nice channel, the subs help a lot! :slight_smile: thhx

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I guess it was this one:

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Right, the profile pic is more important than username over here on WK it seems. When people change their pics I can’t recognise them!

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I like SHUNchan!
He doesn’t speak much Japanese in his videos, so for immersion purposes this wouldn’t be a great choice. But he’s very entertaining in my experience and gives some very honest opinions about Japan!

If you’re interested in gaming, I recommend Two Bro.

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Here’s another youtuber called Smiley. His material’s mostly focused on wordplay and puns so it could be useful for learning, or at least for getting used to Japanese humor, considering his channel has been growing a lot recently. His videos are also pretty short, and he talks quickly (he’s actually sped his voice up). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J6rpKvVZ_kc

If we’re going for high energy…

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