V no Arashi (Vの嵐) was a Japanese mini-drama that aired on Fuji Television (Fuji TV) from October 11, 1999 to October 29, 1999 with each episode lasting for six minutes.
Pikanchi Life Is Hard Dakedo Happy (ピカ☆ンチ Life is Hard だけど Happy, Pikanchi Life is Hard But Happy) is a 2002 Japanese movie based on an original idea by Yoshihiko Inohara and directed by Yukihiko Tsutsumi. The movie revolves around five friends who all have no future plans after high school. The five main characters are: Haru (Satoshi Ohno), Chu (Sho Sakurai), Shun (Masaki Aiba), Takuma (Kazunari Ninomiya), and Bon (Jun Matsumoto). Released on June 25, 2003, the DVD debuted at number four on the Oricon weekly comprehensive DVD chart.
Pikanchi Life Is Hard Dakara Happy (ピカ☆☆ンチ Life is Hard だから Happy, Pikanchi Life is Hard Therefore Happy) is a 2004 Japanese movie directed by Yukihiko Tsutsumi. The movie picks up three years after Pikanchi Life Is Hard Dakedo Happy, in which the five friends, now all in their 20s, have a reunion. Released on October 20, 2004, the DVD debuted at number two on the Oricon weekly comprehensive DVD chart.
Kiiroi Namida (黄色い涙, Yellow Tears) is a 2007 Japanese movie directed by Isshin Inudō (犬童 一心, Inudō Isshin). The movie is based on a manga by Shinji Nagashima. In the bustle of 1960s Tokyo, five ambitious young men cross paths and develop a strong friendship.
Pikanchi Life Is Hard Tabun Happy (ピカ☆★☆ンチ Life is Hard たぶん Happy, Pikanchi Life is Hard Maybe Happy) (read as Pikanchi Half) is a 2014 Japanese movie based on an original idea by Yoshihiko Inohara and directed by Hisashi Kimura. Pikanchi Half is a spin-off episode of the two previous movies in the series, showing the five friends, now in their 30s, having a reunion as they are running into problems with family and work.
Mayonaka no Arashi (真夜中の嵐, Midnight Arashi) was a Japanese variety show that ran from October 3, 2001 to June 26, 2002 on Nippon Television (NTV). Aired from 12:45 to 1:15 a.m. (JST), it was Japanese boy band Arashi's first independent variety show, in which they were the primary hosts.
If there's a mountain, climb; if there's an ocean, dive; if there's a cliff, fly.
Described as an adventure show, at least one member would solitarily explore different parts of Japan by bicycle until sunrise without any money or a map. He would board the last train of the night and exit the train at any station he pleases. The starting point of the journey across Japan began at Makurazaki Station in the Kagoshima Prefecture (south of Japan) and ended at Cape Sōya in Hokkaidō (north of Japan), where Arashi and their co-host Shinichi Hatori (Zoom in! Super newscaster) buried a time capsule containing items the members received during their adventures and letters to their future selves. Hatori and Arashi opened the time capsule during the group's live tenth anniversary special Odoroki no Arashi! The Century's Biggest Experiments! Impossible Feats Special & Miracle Experiments Live Broadcast! on November 1, 2009.
C no Arashi (Cの嵐!, Arashi's Claims) was a Japanese variety show that ran from July 3, 2002 to June 18, 2003 on NTV. Aired from 12:58 to 1:28 a.m. (JST), it was Japanese boy band Arashi's second variety show to be aired on NTV. Forming Japan's first claim processing company and acting as "Claim Agents", at least one member would help process the complaints of government offices and enterprises every week.
G no Arashi (Gの嵐!) was a Japanese variety show that ran from October 5, 2005 to September 27, 2006 on NTV. Aired from 12:50 to 1:20 a.m. (JST), it was Japanese boy band Arashi's fourth variety show to be aired on NTV. The show centered on Arashi acting as supporters for other people, which ranged from solving personal problems to helping promote the awareness of minor sports.
Arashi no Shukudai-kun (嵐の宿題くん, Arashi's Homework) was a Japanese variety show that was first broadcast on October 2, 2006 on NTV. It aired from 11:58 p.m. to 12:29 a.m. (JST) every Monday and starred the members of Arashi and morning announcer Tomoaki Ogura (小倉 智昭, Ogura Tomoaki) as their co-host. The theme centered on homework, hence the show's title; Arashi had audience viewers send in homework for guests to do and vice versa. The show ended on March 22, 2010.
Arashi ni Shiyagare (嵐にしやがれ) is an ongoing Japanese variety show on NTV starring the members of Arashi. The show began on 24 April 2010 and it airs from 10:00 to 10:54 p.m. (JST) every Saturday. It is Arashi's sixth and current variety show to be aired on NTV as well as their third show to be aired during primetime. There will be a male guest, which the members of Arashi addresses as 'Aniki' (Brother), who will teach Arashi different things. The other section, called 'Encounter the Unknown', is where Arashi will pick up new skills, such as interviewing celebrities, learning the tips to climb a mountain, from meeting experienced professionals they usually have not met before.
Nama Arashi: Live Storm (なまあらし LIVESTORM, Live Arashi: Live Storm) was a Japanese variety show that ran from October 5, 2002 to March 27, 2004 on Fuji Television (Fuji TV). It aired from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. (JST) and was the group's first variety show on Fuji TV.
Arashi no Waza-Ari (嵐の技ありッ!) was a Japanese variety show that ran from April 3, 2004 to March 26, 2005 on Fuji TV. It aired from 12:00 to 12:55 p.m. (JST), and the theme of the show centered on Arashi learning how to be adults by consulting a special guest.
GRA (Gold Rush Arashi) was a short-lived Japanese variety show that ran from October 20, 2007 to March 29, 2008 from 1:00 to 1:30 p.m. (JST) on Fuji TV.
VS Arashi (VS嵐, Buiesu Arashi) is an ongoing Japanese variety show on Fuji TV. The show began on April 12, 2008 and, until September 19, 2009, aired on Saturday afternoons from 12:59 to 1:30 p.m. (JST). On October 22, 2009, the show moved to a Thursday time slot and airs from 7:00 to 7:57 p.m. (JST), making it Arashi's first show to air during Golden Time. The different games that the variety show includes: