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Tokyo Vice invites you to take a trip into Japan's dangerous underworld.



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Tokyo Vice


Tokyo Vice

Year released



Crime, Drama, Thriller


In 1999, When he was hired as a rookie reporter for Yomiuri Shimbun. As a cadet, he describes being taken under the wing of Sekiguchi, an older detective. Adelstein was initially assigned to "tacky" Saitama, and the memoir covers his next 12 years as a staffer for the paper, describing 80-hour work weeks, relationship difficulties, and the interactions between crime reporters and the police. Specific cases involve the search for the killer of Lucie Blackman, and the memoir also details death threats after he published an expose on Tadamasa Goto. He also uncovered that Saitama Prefecture was altering scientific data on dioxin contamination.


  • Season 1

Cast and crew

  • Ansel Elgort
  • Ken Watanabe
  • Rachel Keller
Being an investigative journalist isn't an easy gig. Doing it in a foreign country is a whole new level of challenging – especially when you're tasked with writing about crime.

That's what this slick new series is all about. Loosely based on a memoir penned by real-life journalist Jake Adelstein, the show centres on an American who begins to explore Tokyo's neon underbelly after getting a job at a local newspaper. Along the way, he gets helps from a veteran detective in the vice squad.



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