1969 in Japanese television

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Events in 1969 in Japanese television.

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Debuts

ShowStationPremiere DateGenreOriginal Run
Flower Action 009-1 Fuji TV October 7dramaOctober 7, 1969 – December 30, 1969
Attack No. 1 Fuji TV December 7animeDecember 7, 1969 – November 28, 1971
Dororo Fuji TV April 6animeApril 6, 1969 – September 28, 1969
Hakushon Daimaō Fuji TV October 5animeOctober 5, 1969 - September 27, 1970
Himitsu no Akko-chan NET January 6animeJanuary 6, 1969 - October 26, 1970
Kurenai Sanshiro [1] Fuji TV April 2animeApril 2, 1969 – September 24, 1969
Ninpū Kamui Gaiden Fuji TV April 6animeApril 6, 1969 – September 28, 1969
Mito Kōmon TBS August 4jidaigekiAugust 4, 1969 – December 19, 2011
Moomin Fuji TV October 6animeOctober 6, 1969 - December 27, 1970
Mōretsu Atarō NET April 4animeApril 4, 1969 – December 25, 1970
Sazae-san Fuji TV October 5animeOctober 5, 1969 – present
Tiger Mask Yomiuri TV October 2animeOctober 2, 1969 – September 30, 1971

Ongoing shows

Endings

ShowStationEnding DateGenreOriginal Run
Flower Action 009-1 Fuji TV December 30dramaOctober 7, 1969 – December 30, 1969
GeGeGe no Kitaro Fuji TV January 3animeJanuary 3, 1968 – March 30, 1969
Hyokkori Hyō Tanjima NHK April 4animeApril 6, 1964 - April 4, 1969
Johnny Cypher in Dimension Zero Fuji TV March 29animeOctober 21, 1968 – March 29, 1969
Kurenai Sanshiro [2] Fuji TV April 2animeApril 2, 1969 – September 24, 1969
Ninpū Kamui Gaiden Fuji TV April 6animeApril 6, 1969 – September 28, 1969

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References

  1. 紅三四郎. Tatsunoko Productions (in Japanese). Archived from the original on May 29, 2009. Retrieved 2010-03-30.
  2. 紅三四郎. Tatsunoko Productions (in Japanese). Archived from the original on May 29, 2009. Retrieved 2010-03-30.