List of Japanese announcers
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- 1 TV Stations in Tokyo
- 2 Radio Stations in Tokyo
- 3 Local Broadcasting Stations
- 4 Former announcers
TV Stations in Tokyo
Nippon Television Network Corporation - NTV
- Tomonori Yamashita
- Takahiko Fujii, host of morning show "Zoom-In Saturday!".
- Shinichi Hatori, host of morning show "Zoom-In Super!" and cast of some variety show.
- Masashi Funakoshi
Tokyo Broadcasting System, Inc. - TBS
- Ayumi Akaogi
- Toshiyuki Doi, co-host of morning show "Watch!" and sports commentator.
- Tadahiko Sako, co-anchor of "NEWS23 with Tetsuya Chikushi".
- Shinichiro Azumi
- Hiroki Ando, cast of Sunday daytime show "Akko ni Omakase".
- Maya Kobayashi, entertainment news anchor of "Watch!" and cast of cooking show "Saturday Night Chubou".
- Ikumi Kimura, co-host of morning show "Watch!".
- Hiroko Ogura, co-anchor of "JNN News Forest, The Evening News" (Present: "JNN Evening News").
- Tomoko Kubota, co-host of game show "Amazing Animals".
Fuji Television Network, Inc. - CX
- Tetsuo Suda, co-anchor on evening news program "FNN Supernews".
- Kenji Kawabata, co-anchor on daytime news program "FNN Speak".
- Tetsuo Nagasaka, sports announcer.
- Masaharu Miyake, sports announcer (baseball, martial arts, Formula One, volleyball).
- Tsuneo Shiobara, Formula One announcer.
- Toshihiro Ito, Formula One announcer, a narrator on "Nep League".
- Yutaka Hasegawa, sports commentator, Formula One announcer.
- Masahiro Sasaki
- Tomonoshin Kokubo
- Naoki Tsuboi, co-anchor of evening news "ANN Super J Channel".
- Shinichiro Kawamatsu
- Mayumi Kawase, anchor of ANN News.
- Sayaka Shimohira
- Emi Takeuchi, sports anchor of nightly news program "Houdou Station".
- Mariko Doh, host of live music show "Music Station" with Tamori.
- Masaru Akahira
- Tomoki Uekusa
- Akiko Sasaki, co-anchor of evening news "TXN NewsEye".
- Masumi Chihara
Radio Stations in Tokyo
Nippon Cultural Broadcasting, Inc. - QR
- Naomasa Terashima
- Hideaki Oota
- Kunimaru Nomura
- Junko Suzuki
- Kana Mizutani
- Chiho Fujiki
Nippon Broadcasting System, Inc. - LF
- Takashi Tsukagoshi
- Ryohei Sakuraba
- Hideo Matsumoto
- Hisanori Yoshida
- Kohji Iida
- Eriko Nasu
- Sakaya Masuyama
- Yumi Tashiro
- Yoshiko Kawano
- Mayuko Yamamoto
- Noriko Tomita
- Tomohide Shimbo
Local Broadcasting Stations
- Yuichi Uwaizumi (Mainichi Broadcasting System, Inc. (MBS)), on "Seyanen!".
- Saki Yagi (MBS), appearing on "Chichin Pui Pui", a news anchor.
- Hiroko Matsukawa (MBS), appearing on "Chichin Pui Pui"
- Hiroshi Shibata (Asahi Broadcasting Corporation (ABC))
- Ukari Kita (ABC), an assistant of "Ohayo Asahi desu" (Good morning. This is ABC.).
- Hiroyuki Yamamoto (Kansai Telecasting Corporation (KTV)), host of "Nambo de Nambo" and "Supernews Anchor".
- Yuzuru Okayasu (KTV), a news anchor.
- Yasuo Toyota (KTV), a news anchor.
- Tetsushi Baba (KTV), a sports announcer (horse racing, baseball, and Osaka International Ledies Marathon)
- Keiko Fujimoto (KTV)
- Natsumi Sugimoto (KTV)
- Anna Kobayashi (Yomiuri Telecasting Corporation (ytv))
- Takashi Miura (ytv), appearing on "Zoom-In Super", "Narutomo!", and an announcer on "Japan International Birdman Rally"
- Toshiharu Harada (Osaka Broadcasting Corporation (OBC, Radio Osaka))
- Toshihiko Fujii (Chukyo TV. Broadcasting Co., Ltd. (CTV))
- Free lance announcers
- Name (belonged stations)
- Akira Fukuzawa (NTV)- host of game show "Maka-joshiki no Ana" (NTV) and comedy show "Enta no Kamisama" (NTV). Also co-anchor of newsmagazine "Bankisha" (NTV) and sports commentator.
- Masataka Itsumi (FTN) - died while an active free announcer
- Mino Monta (QR) - host of "Mino Monta no Asazuba" (TBS), "Omoikkiri TV" (NTV), "Groovy After School MAX!" (TBS), "Amazing Animals" (TBS), etc.
- Etsuko Komiya (EX) - a news anchor at TV Asahi.
- Shohei Kuwabara (KTV) - narrator on "Go! Go! Gulliver-kun".
- Kyoko Uchida (CX) - ex co-anchor of late-night sports news "Sport" and host of some variety shows.
- Name (belonged stations)
- Jun'ichi Sumi (MBS) - one of three hosts of "Chichin Pui Pui".
- Shio Chino (CX) - called "Chinopan".
- Sosuke Sumitani (NTV) - he worked as a reporter of Dotch Cooking Show (Produced by ytv) but fired after he was found to have filmed up a schoolgirl's skirt using a mobile camera phone.