1964 in Japanese television

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Events in 1964 in Japanese television.



ShowStationPremiere DateGenreOriginal Run
Hyokkori Hyō Tanjima NHK April 6animeApril 6, 1964 – April 4, 1969
Shōnen Ninja Kaze no Fujimaru [1] NET June 7animeJune 7, 1964 – August 31, 1965
Shinobi no Mono NET July 24dramaJuly 24, 1964 – July 30, 1965
Big X TBS August 3animeAugust 3, 1964 – September 27, 1965
Music Fair Fuji TV August 31musicAugust 31, 1964 – present
Phantom Agents Fuji TV January 3dramaJanuary 3, 1964 – October 2, 1966



ShowStationEnding DateGenreOriginal Run
8 Man TBS December 31animeNovember 7, 1963 – December 31, 1964
Akatsuki NHK April 4dramaApril 1, 1963 – April 4, 1964
Shisukon Ōji Fuji TV March 27stop motion animeDecember 20, 1963 – March 27, 1964
The New Adventures of Pinocchio Fuji TV March 27stop motion animeDecember 20, 1963 – March 27, 1964
Sennin Buraku Fuji TV February 23animeSeptember 4, 1963 – February 23, 1964

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