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Japanarchist  is a humorous youtube channel hosted by Sonny, an American living in Japan. The channel started off as a news story reaction channel but quickly grew to include a set small animated shorts that revolved around Sonny's early life in Japan known as Found In Translation, and live action skits. Many of which are satirical looks at Japanese culture and news and western interpretations of Japanese culture.
Occasionally Sonny has another host Mika, who hosts the Japanese Girl Explains segments, which have proven to be some of his most popular videos.
The Channel can be viewed here.
- Crossover: With several other Youtubers.
- Crosses the Line Twice: Happy English Fun Time, so much so that Sonny canceled it due to backlash.
- Dude Looks Like a Lady: Both Sonny himself in an episode and a showcased Star Wars Doujin.
- Depraved Kids' Show Host: Parodied in Happy English Fun Time
- Drowning My Sorrows: Happy English Fun Time #3
- Drinking on Duty: Happy English Fun Time- Episode 3
- Evil Twin: Who killed Sonny in his episode
- Ironic Name: The channel to date has not been anarchist.
- Lame Pun : In almost all episodes but the Star Wars Yaoi Guys episode was filled with so many, many of which were sexual in meaning.
- Mister Seahorse: Sonny's not-evil twin brother, and he's the father, kinda.
- Mockumentary: The Legend Of Freaky Guy.
- Older Than They Look: According to this video he is 49.
- Status Quo Is God: Despite being killed in one episode by his Evil Twin Sonny returned the next week with no sign of the evil twin.
- Sanity Slippage:Parodied by this news caster's nervous break down.
- Self-Deprecation: Often but summed up best during the Mc Shameless episode
Sonny: "I suck."
- Take That: He does lots of them, Fan Fiction writers, Yaoi fans, the star wars prequels, Twilight, Japanese culture, Americans, but mostly himself.
- Twincest: Implied and parodied.
- Visual Pun: The images in the background will often be picture's closely related to the topics at hand, thought they are not always puns.
- Yaoi Guys: Featured, examined and parodied. Twice the first time with South Park Doujin the second time with Star Wars.
- ↑ Ironically the channel is not an anarchistic at all