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Tokyo Magnitude 8.0
Tokyo Magnitude 8.0 Key Visual.jpg
Key visual of the series
(Tōkyō Magunichūdo 8.0)
Genre Disaster
Written by
Music by Kow Otani
Studio Bones
Kinema Citrus
Licensed by
Original network FNS (Fuji TV (Noitamina))
English network
Original run July 9, 2009 September 17, 2009
Episodes11 (List of episodes)