SMAP×SMAP is a Japanese iconic television show hosted by boy band SMAP. Debuting on April 15, 1996(produced by Kansai TV and Fuji TV, aired on Fuji TV) until it ended on December 26, 2016. ... See full summary »
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Takuya Kimura ...  Himself / ... 42 episodes, 1996-2016
Gorô Inagaki ...  Himself / ... 42 episodes, 1996-2016
Tsuyoshi Kusanagi Tsuyoshi Kusanagi ...  Himself / ... 42 episodes, 1996-2016
Shingo Katori Shingo Katori ...  Himself / ... 42 episodes, 1996-2016
Masahiro Nakai Masahiro Nakai ...  Himself / ... 42 episodes, 1996-2016
SMAP SMAP ...  Themselves 41 episodes, 1996-2016
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SMAP×SMAP is a Japanese iconic television show hosted by boy band SMAP. Debuting on April 15, 1996(produced by Kansai TV and Fuji TV, aired on Fuji TV) until it ended on December 26, 2016. Each episode is usually composed of three segments, 1."Bistro SMAP" (cooking-themed interview segment), 2. Segment which varies every week (sketch comedies and games), 3. "S-Live" (musical segment). It has become the show that features the widest range of guests in Japanese television history, including actors, singers, models, athletes, filmmakers, and politicians, both Japanese and from abroad. Written by Sonja Pavkovic

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Bistro SMAP does not have a menu. We cook any dish that our guest desires.


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Japan

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Japanese

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April 1996 (Japan) See more »

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Smap Smap See more »

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Fuji Television Network,Oi See more »
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Stereo

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Color
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SMAPxSMAP Special episodes - The Love Awards honor the best clips of the year with scenes that never aired on the program. The S-1 Grand Prix features a series of games with the losing team playing a punishment game. SMAP×SMAP MEMORIES FILE Final was the last episode of the series features clips from the show's twenty-year run aired on December 26, 2016 at 18:30 JST. See more »

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Good entertainment!
26 March 2004 | by salmonj30See all my reviews

This is my favourite Japanese TV show, and to my delight it has not ended yet like so many shows seem to. The food is just absolutely astounding in the bistro smap section. All four members are such good cooks (sorry Nakai-kun) and it's utterly enjoyable to watch them prepare the food and make very funny comments on the way. I always look forward to the "oishii!" reaction by Shingo, which is always tailored to fit the guest and very hilarious. The short film clips and games are always great too, especially the parodies of various movies and fads. Though Smap's singing isn't the most harmonious and their dancing is almost never synchronized, I still love watching them perform. Their songs are quite different than other J-pop songs and are a delight to see done.


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