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Oshin

The asadora have become some of the most popular shows on Japanese television, with series such as Oshin, earning an overall 52.6-percent ratings for the series.
Oshin is a Japanese serialized morning television drama, which originally aired on NHK from April 4, 1983, to March 31, 1984.

NHK General TV

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Asadora currently airs in Japan Monday through Saturday morning on NHK General TV from 8:00 to 8:15, with a rebroadcast the same day from 12:45 to 13:00.
Among the programs NHK General TV broadcasts are the annual New Year's Eve spectacular Kōhaku Uta Gassen, the year-long Taiga drama, and the daytime Asadora.

Manpuku

The current series is Manpuku (2018/19).
Manpuku, sometimes romanized as Mampuku, is a Japanese television drama series and the 99th Asadora series, following Hanbun, Aoi.

Fumie Kashiyama

In 1966, she played the protagonist in the NHK morning drama (Asadora) series Ohanahan.

Japanese television drama

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"serial TV novel", also known as "Morning Drama", is a serialized Japanese television drama programs series broadcast in the mornings by Japanese public broadcaster NHK.
The majority of dramas are aired weekdays in the evenings around 9:00 p.m., 10:00 p.m., or even 11:00 p.m. Dramas shown in the morning or afternoon are generally broadcast daily, and episodes of the same drama can be aired every day for several months, such as NHK's asadora, or morning dramas.

Tadashi Yokouchi

NHK tapped Yokouchi for the lead in the series "Tabiji," the 1967–68 morning drama.

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"serial TV novel", also known as "Morning Drama", is a serialized Japanese television drama programs series broadcast in the mornings by Japanese public broadcaster NHK.
A sentimental morning show, a weekly jidaigeki and a year-long show, the ‘‘Taiga drama’’, spearhead the network’s fiction offerings.

Naoko Otani

She made her screen debut in The Human Bullet while still a high school student, and became popular for her role in the NHK Asadora television programme Nobuko and Grandmother in 1969.

Keiko Suzuka

She starred in the 1976–1977 NHK daytime television series (asadora) Hi no Kuni ni, and has had multiple guest-star roles in prime-time jidaigeki such as Mito Kōmon and Abarenbō Shōgun.

Misa Shimizu

She starred in NHK's morning drama series Seishun Kazoku in 1989.

Azusa Watanabe

She starred in the 43rd NHK Asadora Wakko no Kin Medaru (1989–1990), which earned an average rating of 33.8%.

Yuki Saito (actress)

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Saito was selected to play the heroine in the NHK morning TV novel series Hane Konma in 1986.

Mayumi Wakamura

She debuted in the six-month Asadora TV series Hassai Sensei in 1987 (produced by NHK) when was twenty one.

Yōko Asaji

Yōko starred in the NHK morning drama Kumo no Jūtan, achieving widespread popularity.

Miho Konishi

In 1997 she was selected from 1,789 actresses in auditions and debuted as the lead role in the NHK Asadora Yanchakure, televised nationally from 5 October 1998 to 3 April 1999, spanning 150 episodes.

Naho Toda

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Yūko Takeuchi

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She made her big break with NHK's Asadora television series Asuka and JT Green's commercial.

Risa Junna

In 1994, following encouragement from the troupe, she auditioned and was chosen to star in NHK's 51st asadora Piano.

Misato Tanaka

She won an award at Toho's Cinderella contest in 1996 and landed the starring role in the NHK Asadora Aguri in 1997, which significantly launched her career.

Natsuki Harada

She played the lead female role in NHK's 2004 TV Asadora drama Wakaba.

Tomoko Yamaguchi

Asadora Jun-chan no ōenka (1988–89), Junko Ono

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In 1996, they appeared in the Asadora Futarikko, playing the main twin characters as children.

Ryoko Kuninaka

Two years later, she starred in the NHK Asadora drama series "Churasan" and her portrayal of the heroine Eri won her rave reviews.