Peter Barakan is very good at explaining all things Japanese, his whole series of videos is excellent. He explains everything, and I mean everything. Every detail, and at length; small factories, cranes, fragrances, ink brushes, bonsai, K cars, nighttime scenery, soy, rice, grapes, conveyor belt sushi, earthquakes, miniaturization, robots, saki, tempura, pets, parties, makeup, wrestling, beer, cut glass, moss, Imiri porcelain, pickles, dams, aquariums, insects, plastic food, home appliances, chrysanthemums, hair styles, lunches and many more, too many to mention, things you've probably never heard of; nishikigoi, Osamu Dazai, bunraku, shinkansen, kyudo, satoyama, kaiseki cuisine, matcha, shakuhachi, and many more videos with Japanese titles, on specific Japanese subjects. Imagine how smart you will be if you watch all of them. Imagine. At social gatherings with your superior cultural knowledge you'll be positively intolerable.
I should mention the video itself suffers from technical quality in places, the camera appears to not have much contrast. Other than that the video is excellent and thorough. Sadly, the comments to this video at YouTube are dreadful. Some people learned nothing.