Events in 1963 in Japanese television.
|Show||Station||Premiere Date||Genre||Original Run|
|8 Man||TBS||November 7||anime||November 7, 1963 – December 31, 1964|
|Akatsuki||NHK||April 1||drama||April 1, 1963 – April 4, 1964|
|Galaxy Boy Troop||NHK||April 7||anime||April 7, 1963 – April 1, 1965|
|Mighty Atom||Fuji TV||January 1||anime||January 1, 1963 – December 31, 1966|
|Sennin Buraku||Fuji TV||September 4||anime||September 4, 1963 – February 23, 1964|
|Tetsujin 28-go||Fuji TV||October 20||anime||October 20, 1963 – May 25, 1966|
|Shisukon Ōji||Fuji TV||December 20||stop motion anime||December 20, 1963 – March 27, 1964|
|The New Adventures of Pinocchio||Fuji TV||December 20||stop motion anime||December 20, 1963 – March 27, 1964|
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Events in 1965 in Japanese television.
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Events in 1964 in Japanese television.