1994 in Japanese television

Events in 1994 in Japanese television.

List of years in Japanese television

DebutsEdit

Show Station Premiere Date Genre Original Run
Blue Seed TV Tokyo October 5 anime October 5, 1994 - March 29, 1995
Blue SWAT TV Asahi January 30 tokusatsu January 30, 1994 – January 27, 1995
Brave Police J-Decker Nagoya TV February 5th anime February 5, 1994 – January 28, 1995
Captain Tsubasa J TV Tokyo October 21 anime October 21, 1994 - December 22, 1995
Chō Kuse ni Narisō NHK April 5 anime April 5, 1994 - March 28, 1995
Ginga Sengoku Gun'yūden Rai TV Tokyo April 8 anime April 8, 1994 – March 31, 1995
Haō Taikei Ryū Knight TV Tokyo April 5 anime April 5, 1994 – March 28, 1995
Montana Jones NHK April 2 anime April 2, 1994 – April 8, 1995
Ninja Sentai Kakuranger TV Asahi February 18 tokusatsu February 18, 1994 – February 24, 1995
Pig Girl of Love and Courage: Tonde Burin MBS September 3 anime September 3, 1994 - August 26, 1995
Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon S TV Asahi March 19 anime March 19, 1994 - February 25, 1995
Shirayuki Hime no Densetsu[1] NHK April 6 anime April 6, 1994 - March 29, 1995
Tama of Third Street: Do You Know My Tama? MBS April 3 anime April 3, 1994 – September 25, 1994
Tottemo! Luckyman TV Tokyo April 6 anime April 6, 1994 - March 23, 1995

Ongoing showsEdit

EndingsEdit

Show Station Ending Date Genre Original Run
The Brave Express Might Gaine Nagoya TV January 22 anime January 30, 1993 – January 22, 1994
Gridman the Hyper Agent TBS January 8 tokusatsu April 3, 1993 – January 8, 1994
Ghost Sweeper Mikami TV Asahi March 6 anime April 11, 1993 – March 6, 1994
Gosei Sentai Dairanger TV Asahi February 11 tokusatsu February 19, 1993 – February 11, 1994
Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon R TV Asahi March 12 anime March 6, 1993 - March 12, 1994
Shippū! Iron Leaguer TV Tokyo March 25 anime April 6, 1993 - March 25, 1994
Tama of Third Street: Do You Know My Tama? MBS September 25 anime April 3, 1994 – September 25, 1994
Tokusou Robo Janperson TV Asahi January 23 tokusatsu January 31, 1993 – January 23, 1994

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ 白雪姫の伝説. Tatsunoko Production (in Japanese). Archived from the original on 2010-04-07. Retrieved 2010-03-28.