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  • Published on Dec 12, 2018
  • Tidy guru Marie Kondo comes to the rescue by helping people tackle the clutter that's holding them back. It all comes down to one question: does it spark joy? Tidying Up with Marie Kondo launches globally on Netflix January 1st, 2019.
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Comments • 836

  • Brett Cannon
    Brett Cannon 6 minutes ago

    Love the show, disagree with some of her rules. Esp on books.

  • Kyle Eriksen
    Kyle Eriksen 2 hours ago

    Me looking through my dildos, "ALL OF THESE SPARK JOY!!!"

  • David D. Oquendo
    David D. Oquendo 3 hours ago

    Chris D’elia

  • MsTalkingmovies
    MsTalkingmovies 4 hours ago

    Is this show mainly for people who need organising or for people who already organise?! I like to organise everything, from my agenda to my closets.

  • Kyle Smith
    Kyle Smith 5 hours ago

    My dad could use this lady's help

  • Mori Suemitsu
    Mori Suemitsu 7 hours ago

    Shes sooooooooo small

  • axnyslie
    axnyslie 7 hours ago

    People who get excited for this simplistic tripe really need to get a life.

  • under88Me
    under88Me 8 hours ago +1

    Wow in the US people really need a 'guru' for getting rid of unnecessary things? In Europe we have enough brain to do it ourselves...

  • crezman
    crezman 8 hours ago

    She doesn't seem very judgey, but I am. Clean up your chit!

  • Celtic Warriors
    Celtic Warriors 10 hours ago

    So blessed my Irish mother taught me a place for everything and everything in its place. So glad (in fact sad) for the many today who can mindlessly spend themselves into piles of "stuff!" I dont pay for my closets and thrift store found cabinets and furniture found on the street piles and repainted for use.....which are stuffed with our stuff! We stand in free food and free stuff lines every week AND work 40 hours just to have the stuff we NEED. Yeah we have extra but much of it is shared with others. WOW.....this is the America of today.
    AND want to add.... most of this stuff today is now manufactured by Asians and no longer by the rest of the world yet they usually live minimally and have no use for ALL this stuff. THE irony of it all.

  • Алексей Медков

    speedball video editing

  • lolktogde
    lolktogde 14 hours ago

    I believe that Jordan Peterson would love that show.

  • Hohoemu
    Hohoemu 16 hours ago

    Whoever needs a consultant to help them declutter/clean their house is weird. It is something you can do yourself unless you are lazy. You don't say thanks to objects. You say thanks to God for providing you with what you wanted/needed. So if the item does not spark joy but is practical and useful, then I still throw it away??? If I wanted all joyful items, I would have bought games.

  • Rock Man
    Rock Man 17 hours ago

    Can we declutter people too?

  • Cthulhu
    Cthulhu 21 hour ago

    Americans. Like seriously lol. All that screaming and over the top dramatic outbursts are hilarious. Why are you like that?

  • Barack Obama
    Barack Obama 23 hours ago

    NEVER TRUST A SNEAKY JAP HIDE YO BATTLESHIPS

  • Ashton Lagleva
    Ashton Lagleva 23 hours ago

    It’s like hoarders

  • Majo Sac
    Majo Sac Day ago

    I saw the first episode (well, half of it) and fell asleep... Boring!

  • amy clarke
    amy clarke Day ago

    no i keep all😁

  • Lydia C
    Lydia C Day ago +1

    she's so cute :D

  • Ainnur Armada
    Ainnur Armada Day ago

    The best series! 😍

  • ModernRider
    ModernRider Day ago

    Lazy ass stupid americans get owned by a stupid asian. That should be the title! Grow up

  • josiah
    josiah Day ago +1

    How difficult is it to do what she does? Just grab a trash bag and throw any shit that you dont need into it.

  • sarah chang
    sarah chang Day ago

    This isn't original.

  • docalarm
    docalarm Day ago

    Margie's episode is just so heartbreaking. I couldn't finish watching it but it's only because our whole family is preparing to say goodbye to a close one.

  • Bernie Sanders Dad

    My old lady started watching this and now I gotta fold all my shit like a goddamn japan burrito.

  • dvlarry
    dvlarry Day ago

    I just started watching the first 30 mins but so much fluff. Too many hours, a whole tv series. I heard about it from Ali Wong(netflix),who is very funny . I need something that gets me going without watching a whole tv series of people chatting. Hopefully it gets tighter.add : it does get tighter and more meaningful. and episode 2, the house is more messy .

  • phildirt3
    phildirt3 2 days ago

    The couple in the first episode are annoying especially the wife

  • phildirt3
    phildirt3 2 days ago

    Bor- ing

  • Mrym -
    Mrym - 2 days ago

    Season 2 please 🥺❤️

  • Vic AP
    Vic AP 2 days ago

    She is cute and sexy at the same time

  • Sirisaac Newton
    Sirisaac Newton 2 days ago

    "If you have a lot of unread books or books you hang onto in the belief you’ll reread them one day, Kondo recommends getting rid of them.
    She says that as a result of practicing the KonMari method herself, she owns no more than 30 books. Kondo personally considers that number ideal."
    These are the sentiments and lifestyle of someone who isn't any kind of voracious reader. At all. If you love to read, if you are seeking to live a life of the mind, avoid her suggestions and leave the tidying up to people who obviously have different interests and lifestyle values than the typical book lover.

  • David Santa Carla
    David Santa Carla 2 days ago

    Hey Rachel, If you don’t quit your job teaching “intercultural communications” and start taking better care of your kids and home, your husband is going to leave you. Blaming your house being a sty on your children “being crazy” isn’t going to fix the rage your husband has that he works 60 hours a week and has to PAY someone to do the kids’ laundry. Why do you have an Apple Watch when you’re too lazy to clean a skillet. You’re not interesting despite your getup and tattoos. You’re Kevin’s third kid and he’s getting pretty sick of doing all the heavy lifting. GROW UP!

  • stargazer0480
    stargazer0480 2 days ago

    Basically another version of how clean is my house?

  • TheKoderius
    TheKoderius 2 days ago

    I had no idea Marie Kondo is such a hottie. Always pictured her as a grumpy old lady.

  • kancharla poojitha
    kancharla poojitha 2 days ago

    20 mins after watching the first episode I found it stupid..i thought she is the one who wil organise stuff making them pull out everything..she said them to clr and said she wil come back later and check...I know cleaning up surroundings perhaps cleans up our mind too but it’s the energy and time that’s lacking...while cleaning up clothes everybody makes a pile and takes what’s needed and discard what’s not...that is how everybody clears clutter...it’s all known but surprisingly they made a film as if it’s some new mission to launch in space...

  • yamila perdomo
    yamila perdomo 2 days ago

    Saw, awesome. Love and so true about to tidy up and keep clean is loving and caring for the house, things and people. 😊👍

  • Automaton
    Automaton 2 days ago

    Will there be a sequel? "Tidying Your Room with Jordan Peterson"

  • Testostallone
    Testostallone 3 days ago +1

    I remember my sister being excited about this woman 2 years ago and now shes on Netflix? Does she plan to tidy up the world?

  • A G
    A G 3 days ago

    I think the issue is over consumerism of Americans to begin with. Throwing out all that stuff and adding to landfills is insane and irresponsible... There are things you just cannot donate. People's habits are incredibly hard to change, so I think they will just end up buying more crap in the long run to fill the emptiness, instead of facing their wastefulness. Also, in Japan, houses and apartments are small. How are these people going to fill up their Mc Mansions?!

  • vi ener
    vi ener 3 days ago

    But does it spark joy though?

  • Cheryl Stone
    Cheryl Stone 3 days ago

    She sparks joy for me!!

  • Donna D.
    Donna D. 3 days ago

    Jesus Sparks Joy

  • Wandering Oryx
    Wandering Oryx 3 days ago

    God Americans are disgusting

  • Igo llg
    Igo llg 4 days ago

    Finally something interesting on netflix ... I will not need to cancel for now

  • Jeremy
    Jeremy 4 days ago

    As a Japanese speaker myself, this just looks so cringey

  • Tatiana Covington
    Tatiana Covington 4 days ago

    But clutter is like matter: it strictly conserves. So the heaps must go somewhere...!

  • Joseph Ince
    Joseph Ince 4 days ago

    The clutter life is real

  • Namjoon dimples
    Namjoon dimples 4 days ago

    💜

  • Ron Smith
    Ron Smith 4 days ago

    smokin' hot asian babe

  • JABS991
    JABS991 4 days ago

    Cool! But have you seen her apartment? Its one table, one chair, a pair of chopsticks and a tatami mat.

  • Ljubo Davidov
    Ljubo Davidov 4 days ago

    Is this what they call a legal lolly? Yeah, it's a Steins;Gate reference...

  • Taymaa a.
    Taymaa a. 4 days ago

    I'm sorry youtube but you're not gonna convince me to tidy up my room.

  • George Rockwell
    George Rockwell 4 days ago

    Fuck, does this ever look like some stupid normie bullshit.

  • Todd Ellner
    Todd Ellner 4 days ago +1

    No more than 30 books? Bookshelves are "preying mantises" "lurking"? Screw that. The woman is obviously dangerously insane.

  • emma rae
    emma rae 5 days ago +2

    this show gives me queer eye vibes, as in the type of show that is adorable and funny and emotional; it will make me cry but also make me feel like there is some good in the world haha

  • Yams Coco
    Yams Coco 5 days ago

    I would tidy up their mess for free

  • Kristie Weaver
    Kristie Weaver 5 days ago

    What is the name of her book

  • Kevin i
    Kevin i 5 days ago

    watched a few episodes, this is really huge for people and I promise everyone it works! I do lean manufacturing, and she has essentially adopted the toyota way of 5S to make an effective space. There is a reason Toyota is the gold standard when it comes to being effective.

  • Jiro S
    Jiro S 5 days ago

    Monica Geller's favorite show.

  • anything
    anything 5 days ago

    her show on Netflix is so satisfying to watch

  • Xoë Suejung
    Xoë Suejung 6 days ago

    I’m watching this right now because I’m transitioning to a minimalist lifestyle. Her entire energy is just so fresh and lovely. I feel inspired by her already

  • Mira Edora
    Mira Edora 6 days ago

    Where else can I watch these series besides on Netflix?

  • Kailah Matthews
    Kailah Matthews 6 days ago

    This show is so stupid and fake. Oh my god. And the first episode is sooooo dump the couple are so dump and discusting. I can not believe that the wife breastfeeds her 2 YEAR OLD DAUGHTER. I mean that is sooooo fricken discusting. That chick is so discusting. Who thinks in thete right mind that its ok to breastfeed there kid at 2 years old its gross. And then on national tv the daughter was like "Mom i want boobies". I mean COME ON ARE U FRICKEN REDICULOUS! That is completely inappropriate for a child to say. Get it together pleople

    • Selen Nar
      Selen Nar 4 days ago +1

      Your english is also DISCUSTING

  • Matt N
    Matt N 6 days ago

    I thought this was a black mirror episode for some reason...

  • Torii Sama
    Torii Sama 6 days ago

    This woman is stupid. How can anyone said that you can only have 30 books in your house!!!!??? Books tell everything about people and their homes. If you have only 30 books... probably you are an ignorant.
    "A house without books is like a body without soul" Cicero

  • Torii Sama
    Torii Sama 6 days ago

    Only boring women has perfect houses

  • Jakal Merkin
    Jakal Merkin 6 days ago

    sadly, i cant get through a single episode without having to slap little timmy around.

  • Marina van Dijck
    Marina van Dijck 6 days ago

    Just stop buying so much stuff and you'll no need a cleaning consultant! #firstworldproblems

  • fcgfgcfg
    fcgfgcfg 6 days ago +2

    "Clutter is caused by a failure to return things to where they belong. Therefore, storage should reduce the effort needed to put things away, not the effort needed to get them out." Fresh outlook, doesn't pathologise people as "hoarders" for entertainment

  • MaryGirl Moody
    MaryGirl Moody 7 days ago

    I'm binge watching this series right now on Netflix. Amazing show! Marie is so sweet and I'd love to have her in my house!

  • Cristóbal A
    Cristóbal A 7 days ago

    Step one: why do you need 5 full wardrobes/person if you going to buy groceries on your sweatpants?
    *American problems*

  • greentealatte
    greentealatte 7 days ago +6

    We need season 2!

  • Zhens Studio
    Zhens Studio 7 days ago +1

    Marie Kondo kawaiii

  • meme youyou
    meme youyou 7 days ago

    Yeah better to nip it in the bud before reality hoarders take them on instead

  • Chenille Let's Mix it up

    Yessss I love her.....♡♡♡♡

  • simonetta255
    simonetta255 7 days ago

    Programma noioso da paura.

  • Ariel Lau
    Ariel Lau 7 days ago

    my mom is obsessed with this show and made me throw out half of my clothes

  • Boozer
    Boozer 7 days ago

    This is a little weird, but ok. 😂

  • AncientEsper
    AncientEsper 7 days ago

    She got me motivated to fold everything and organize them. We need to give her some kind of award, seriously.

  • musgrave68
    musgrave68 8 days ago

    has marie-chan gotten used to all that body-crushing american hugging yet?

  • StitchKnight
    StitchKnight 8 days ago

    it's just so emotional for me just by watching the trailer....

  • A Haeg
    A Haeg 8 days ago

    Wonderful show, learned a lot! Americans have so much stuff and room, and most of it looks ugly and of poor quality. Less is more, guys.

  • zombiemeat
    zombiemeat 8 days ago

    Marie Kondo is my new waifu

  • Kristie Weaver
    Kristie Weaver 8 days ago

    Help me

  • Raquel Analía Giubergia

    I need to do it! But the "Inercia" sorry I don`t know the word in spanish. Well, the inercia doesn`t let me to do it.

  • Mortadela
    Mortadela 8 days ago

    Estas son gringaderas, a mi, mi mama me ponia en chinga a limpiar y hasta creativa me ponia si no, me atacaba la chancla voladora

  • Bunny boops
    Bunny boops 8 days ago

    Does she address the problem from the source? Hyperconsumerism. Or will everyone just make room more stuff? Stop buying stupid crap you don't need.

  • Mr. Brightside
    Mr. Brightside 8 days ago

    I'd like to start the show but at the opening scene, I'm furious. Dear all caring westerner, her name is "Ma-ri-e" not "Ma-rie".

  • BangtanMyBangtan
    BangtanMyBangtan 8 days ago +2

    Watching the show. Very highly recommended. Love to see her enthusiasm & respect for other people space.
    Seen other 'cleaning/tidy up show before & they all seem to tell 'oh this is thrash, throw them away' or 'why do you even keep those things?'. Marie leave it to the owner to make their own decision based on what they feel about their stuff.
    I'm a minimalist but somehow I always messed up my space. One thing I learn on this show is everything have a home. Inspired me to reorganize my space..

  • Monkey Mutant Boss
    Monkey Mutant Boss 8 days ago

    I would screw her bloody and stick my cock so far up her ass that the person that could pull it out would by crowned King of England.

  • NaMiYummy
    NaMiYummy 8 days ago

    Yay!! Most exciting news i heard of in 2019!!

  • Salty Jelly
    Salty Jelly 8 days ago

    How anyone can be that happy surprises me. I wish!!!!

  • John Smith
    John Smith 8 days ago +3

    Jordan Peterson

  • StrawberryCoke
    StrawberryCoke 9 days ago

    My drawers look nice now thanks to this lady forreal

  • Moon
    Moon 9 days ago

    Once I saw the word "joy" I immediately remembered that I had the manga book! I can't believe this is a show on Netflix now :D

  • AmyX
    AmyX 9 days ago

    Konmari has beautiful skirts.

  • fartt.
    fartt. 9 days ago +2

    this is gonna be the best anime yet

  • fartt.
    fartt. 9 days ago +1

    She looks 12

  • happyhappyjoyjoy9999
    happyhappyjoyjoy9999 9 days ago +1

    Watched the series, and while it’s lovely, if I could offer the producers some feedback as we were left fairly unfulfilled by the series.
    The focus is so much on the people going through the transformation, and the conceptual foundations of the approach, that the practical aspects are completely lost.
    There is not enough information about how things are getting done, and it feels watered down and not very substantive. There are already oceans of shows that show people going through cleanups, and many have much more spectacular results.
    What makes this approach special is the process and approach, and while you keep seeing cutaways talking about “sparking joy,” that’s about all you get. It was... disappointing. We didn’t feel that the show was done justice by the production approach, which seemed contrived, formulaic and focused on participants emotional journeys instead of anything substantial.
    If we could get more substance that would be good. She’s an incredible author and her approach is fantastic. Nothing negative. Just wanted to learn more than I had from the books - and nobody in my household felt like that happened at all - and that left us wanting.
    Thanks and have a great day.