2013 in Japanese television

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Events in 2013 in Japanese television.

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Debuts

ShowStationPremiere DateTypeOriginal run
Yae's Sakura NHK January 6Taiga Drama2013
Amachan [1] NHK April 1 Asadora 2013
Daiya no A TV Tokyo October 6Anime2013–2016
Da Capo III [2] MBS, Tokyo MX January 5Anime2013
Hakkenden: Tōhō Hakken Ibun [3] MBS, Tokyo MX January 5Anime2013
Hakuba no Ōji-sama Junai Tekireiki [4] NTV, Yomiuri TV October 3Drama2013
Meganebu! Tokyo MX October 6Anime2013
Sasami-san@Ganbaranai [5] TBS, BS-TBS January 11Anime2013
Neo Ultra Q WOWOW January 12Tokusatsu2013
Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger TV Asahi February 17Tokusatsu2013–2014
Ultraman Ginga TV Tokyo July 10Tokusatsu2013
AKB48 Show! BS Premium October 5Variety2013-
Kamen Rider Gaim TV Asahi October 6Tokusatsu2013–2014
Pocket Monsters XY TV Tokyo October 17Anime2013–2016

Ongoing

Ending

Returning

ShowStationReturning DateTypeOriginal run
Hajime no Ippo: Rising NTV October 5Anime2013-2014
Kuroko no Basuke (Season 2) BS11, Mainichi Broadcasting System October 5Anime2013-2014

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References

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  2. "D.C.III ~Da Capo III~ Visual Novel Gets TV Anime". Anime News Network . 2012-07-07. Retrieved 2012-08-18.
  3. "Hakkenden: Tōhō Hakken Ibun's Staff, 2013 TV Debut Revealed". Anime News Network . 2012-07-06. Retrieved 2012-08-18.
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