The WORST episodes of Japan: Between Earth and Sky

Every episode of Japan: Between Earth and Sky ever, ranked from worst to best by thousands of votes from fans of the show. The worst episodes of Japan: Between Earth and Sky!

This three 52-minute films series takes us on a journey of discovery though a wild and little-known Japan filmed and showed as never before with 4K images and spectacular aerial shots. The three films, from north to south, shot on 4 seasons, reveal the mystery of some the most beautiful sites in the country, the great spectacle of nature and the subtle balance that prevails in Japan between tradition and modernity.

Last Updated: 7/1/2024Network: VoyageStatus: Ended
9 votes

#1 - The Blue Islands

Season 1 - Episode 3 - Aired 6/3/2018

Japan is an archipelago of immeasurable natural wealth. The large southern islands, Shikoku, Kyushu and Okinawa, with their relaxed atmosphere, are the cradle of Japanese spirituality. Amid spectacular landscapes, this journey between sea and sky to discover the mystical and wild islands of the South will reveal the face of a secret Japan.

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10 votes

#2 - The Mountain Island

Season 1 - Episode 2 - Aired 5/27/2018

Japan, land of modernity and tradition, developed to the rhythm of its main island, Honshu. At the foot of Mount Fuji, it is the largest and the most populated of the archipelago. Hurt by earthquarkes and wars, it is the domain of the capital Tokyo and the ancient imperial city of Kyoto. This journey between land and sky, into the heart of the third world economic power, plunges into the intimate life of a people who made the History.

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15 votes

#3 - The Snow Island

Season 1 - Episode 1 - Aired 5/20/2018

Japan, Land of the Rising Sun, with its panoramas forged by volcanoes and tradition, is a mighty international economic power. In the far north of the country, Hokkaido, one of the four large islands making up the archipelago, the ancient and sacred land of the Ainu people, is a vast natural paradise. This journey over the four seasons of the year, between earth and sky, volcanoes and clear lakes, tells the unique story of people who live at one with nature.

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