HIDIVE Explores the Beauty of Japan with “100 Sights of Ancient Cities”

HOUSTON, TX, June 20, 2018 – HIDIVE announced today that it acquired the streaming rights to the live-action television series 100 Sights of Ancient Cities premiering on June 27, 2018, at 10:00 a.m. CDT with two episodes releasing every week on Wednesdays in the United States, Canada and other territories.

As Japan continues to modernize, much of its cultural history is being lost, but residents of the San-in region keep these time-honored myths and traditions alive in their everyday life. Explore the rich and deeply cherished customs in this television documentary series that has made the San-in region a place truly unique to the rest of Japan. Viewers will learn about the sights, crafts, food, festivals and much more to discover the beauty of these unique customs in 100 Sights of Ancient Cities.

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HIDIVE is a streaming service offering subscribers hit titles and a catalog spanning six decades, from the latest simulcasts imported directly from Japan to hidden gems from the golden age of anime. HIDIVE's unmatched content discovery engine ensures there is always something fresh to watch. The service now features DUBCAST editions, early access local-language dubs of simulcasts directly produced by HIDIVE available two-weeks after the original Japanese broadcast.

Since launching in 2017, the service has expanded from its browser-based platform to include mobile devices and set-top boxes. The HIDIVE service offers new simulcasts every season, an ever-growing collection of dubs, and exclusives. For more information, or to start a free trial, visit HIDIVE.com. HIDIVE and DUBCAST are trademarks of and © HIDIVE LLC.

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