1998 in Japanese television

Events in 1998 in Japanese television.

List of years in Japanese television

DebutsEdit

Show Station Premiere Date Genre Original Run
Bomberman B-Daman Bakugaiden TV Asahi February 7th tokusatsu February 7, 1998 – January 31, 1999
Cardcaptor Sakura NHK BS2 April 7th anime April 7, 1998 - March 21, 2000
Cowboy Bebop TV Tokyo + WOWOW April 3rd anime April 3, 1998 – June 26, 1998
Cyber Team in Akihabara TBS April 4th anime April 4, 1998 - September 26, 1998
Generator Gawl[1] TV Tokyo October 6th anime October 6, 1998 - December 22, 1998
Great Teacher Onizuka Fuji TV July 7th drama July 7, 1998 – September 22, 1998
His and Her Circumstances TV Tokyo October 2nd anime October 2, 1998 – March 23, 1999
Initial D Fuji TV April 18th anime April 18, 1998 - December 5, 1998
Lost Universe TV Tokyo April 3rd anime April 3, 1998 – September 25, 1998
Master Keaton Nippon TV October 5th anime October 5, 1998 – March 29, 1999
Nonchan Noriben CBC June 1st drama June 1, 1998 – July 31, 1998
Ojarumaru NHK October 5th anime October 5, 1998 – present
Outlaw Star TV Tokyo January 8th anime January 8, 1998 – June 25, 1998
Seijuu Sentai Gingaman TV Asahi February 22nd tokusatsu February 22, 1998 – February 14, 1999
Serial Experiments Lain TV Tokyo July 6th anime July 6, 1998 – September 28, 1998
Shomuni Fuji TV April 15th drama April 15, 1998 – July 1, 1998
Silent Möbius TV Tokyo April 7th anime April 7, 1998 - September 29, 1998
Sorcerous Stabber Orphen TBS October 3rd anime October 3, 1998 – March 27, 1999
Space-Time Detective Genshi-kun TV Tokyo October 1st anime October 1, 1998 – June 24, 1999
Super Doll Licca-chan TV Tokyo October 6th anime October 6, 1998 - September 28, 1999
Super Milk Chan Fuji TV June 18th anime June 18, 1998 - September 24, 1998
Trigun TV Tokyo April 1st anime April 1, 1998 – September 30, 1998
Ultraman Gaia MBS September 5th tokusatsu September 5, 1998 – August 28, 1999
Weiß Kreuz TV Tokyo April 8th anime April 8, 1998 – September 30, 1998
Yu-Gi-Oh! TV Asahi April 4th anime April 4, 1998 - October 10, 1998

Ongoing shows at the timeEdit

Shows on HiatusEdit

Show Station Hiatus Date Genre Original Run
Cowboy Bebop TV Tokyo + WOWOW June 26th anime April 3, 1998 – June 26, 1998

Returning showsEdit

Show Station Returning Date Genre Original Run
Pocket Monsters (Pokémon) TV Tokyo April 16th anime April 16, 1998 - November 14, 2002
Cowboy Bebop TV Tokyo + WOWOW TBD anime April 3, 1998 - June 26, 1998

EndingsEdit

Show Station Ending Date Genre Original Run
Azuki-chan NHK March 17th anime April 4, 1995 - March 17, 1998
Cutie Honey Flash TV Asahi January 31st anime February 15, 1997 – January 31, 1998
Chūka Ichiban! Fuji TV September 13th anime April 27, 1997 – September 13, 1998
Cyber Team in Akihabara TBS September 26th anime April 4, 1998 - September 26, 1998
Denji Sentai Megaranger TV Asahi February 15th tokusatsu February 14, 1997 – February 15, 1998
Fair, then Partly Piggy TV Tokyo September 29th anime July 3, 1997 – September 29, 1998
Flame of Recca Fuji TV July 10th anime July 19, 1997 – July 10, 1998
Hare Tokidoki Buta TV Tokyo September 29th anime July 3, 1997 – September 29, 1998
Initial D Fuji TV December 5th anime April 18, 1998 - December 5, 1998
The King of Braves GaoGaiGar Nagoya TV January 31 anime February 1, 1997 – January 31, 1998
Kodomo no Omocha TV Tokyo March 27th anime April 5, 1996 - March 27, 1998
Nonchan Noriben CBC July 31st drama June 1, 1998 – July 31, 1998
Outlaw Star TV Tokyo June 25th anime January 8, 1998 – June 25, 1998
Rurouni Kenshin: Meiji Swordsman Romantic Story Fuji TV September 8th anime January 10, 1996 – September 8, 1998
Serial Experiments Lain TV Tokyo September 28th anime July 6, 1998 – September 28, 1998
Super Mashin Hero Wataru TV Tokyo September 24th anime October 2, 1997 – September 24, 1998
Super Milk Chan Fuji TV September 24th anime June 18, 1998 - September 24, 1998
Silent Möbius TV Tokyo September 29th anime April 7, 1998 - September 29, 1998
Trigun TV Tokyo September 30th anime April 1, 1998 – September 30, 1998
Ultraman Dyna TV Asahi August 29th tokusatsu September 6, 1997 – August 29, 1998
Weiß Kreuz TV Tokyo September 30th anime April 8, 1998 – September 30, 1998
Yu-Gi-Oh! TV Asahi October 10th anime April 4, 1998 - October 10, 1998

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ ジェネレイター ガウル. Tatsunoko Production (in Japanese). Archived from the original on 7 April 2010. Retrieved 2010-03-28.