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Amazon brings Instant Video to Japan, offers over 26,000 movies and TV shows

Edgar Alvarez, @abcdedgar
November 27, 2013
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Folks in the Land of the Rising Sun will be pleased to know that there's now another option where they can rent or buy movies and TV shows. Today, Amazon announced the arrival of its Instant Video service in Japan, bringing with it a selection of more than 26,000 series and films from local and international studios -- such as Shochiku, Toho, TV Asahi, TBS and Warner Bros., to mention a few. Of course, this means viewers will have access to Amazon Instant Video on a number of different platforms, including PCs and the company's Kindle Fire line of tablets. So what are you waiting for? Start building out your very own Watchlist right about now -- and we'd definitely recommend placing Pacific Rim in there.

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