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Renzoku Terebi Shōsetsu (連続テレビ小説, "serial TV novel"), colloquially known as asadora (朝ドラ, "Morning Drama"), is a serialized, 15 minutes per episode,[1] Japanese television drama program series broadcast in the mornings by Japanese public broadcaster NHK. The first such series aired in 1961 with the black-and-white A Daughter and Me (娘と私, Musume to Watashi), starring Takeshi Kitazawa which aired in Japan Monday through Friday mornings—it was also the only of such series to be aired for 20 minutes per episode.[1] From 1975 onward, series aired in the first half of the year are produced by the NHK Tokyo Broadcasting station and series in the latter half of the year are produced by the NHK Osaka Broadcasting station; the Osaka branch's first asadora production was Whirlpools (うず潮, Uzushio) in 1964.

Due to the practice of wiping commonly in practice around the world in the 1960s and 1970s, not all episodes of all pre-1980 asadora series survive, as the 2-inch Quad videotapes were often wiped and reused; 16 of the produced asadora series in total are incomplete in the NHK archives, with no episodes of By Accident (たまゆら, Tamayura) (1965) or Noboko and Granny (信子とおばあちゃん, Nobuko to obāchan) (1969) surviving at all. Several late 1970s series are complete in the archive as the result of off-air home video recordings donated by viewers; all series from Big Sister Ma (マー姉ちゃん, Mā-nē-chan) (1979) onward are retained in full in their original formats.

Asadora currently airs in Japan Monday through Saturday mornings on NHK General TV from 8:00 to 8:15, with a rebroadcast the same day from 12:45 to 13:00. Starting with Yell (エール, Ēru) (2020), the timeslot changes into Monday through Friday mornings, with the omnibus airings on Saturday. 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.[1]

Virtually all of the storylines center on the life of a female heroine who faces challenges while working to achieve her dreams. The heroine is chosen by NHK through an audition that involves interviews with several thousand applicants. The winning actress not only stars in an asadora, but also becomes a spokeswoman for NHK, and is usually involved in NHK-sponsored events—including the annual Kōhaku Uta Gassen New Year's Eve event. Often, the asadora serves as a springboard for the actress to other opportunities within the Japanese entertainment industry.

The current series is Ochoyan (2020–21).

List of series[edit]

(Literal meaning)
Debut Ending Notes Era
1 Musume to Watashi (娘と私)
(Daughter and Me)
1961 1962 Starring Takeshi Kitazawa in a story of a father taking care of his step-daughter, born between his now-deceased wife and a Frenchman. The only Asadora until 2020 to be broadcast in only five 15-minute episodes per week Monday through Friday. Shōwa
2 Ashita no kaze (あしたの風)
(Wind of Tomorrow)
1962 1963 Starring Fumiko Watanabe in a drama of a poor family after the war. The first Asadora to be broadcast in 15-minute episodes Monday through Saturday.
3 Akatsuki (あかつき)
1963 1964 Starring Shin Saburi as a professor who quits the university to become a painter.
4 Uzushio (うず潮)
1964 1965 Starring Michiko Hayashi as a woman born in poverty who lives a brave life. Based on a novel by Fumiko Hayashi.
5 Tamayura (たまゆら)
(By Accident)
1965 1966 Starring Chishū Ryū as an old man who begins to travel after he retires. From a story written for television by Yasunari Kawabata.
6 Ohanahan (おはなはん)
(Miss Flower)
1966 1967 Starring Fumie Kashiyama as a woman, born in the Meiji era, who raises a family by herself.
7 Tabiji (旅路)
(The Way to Travel)
1967 1968 Starring Tadashi Yokouchi in a narrative about an employee of the national railroad living through 50 years of modern history with his wife.
8 Ashita koso (あしたこそ)
1968 1969 Starring Yumiko Fujita in a family drama. The first asadora to be broadcast in color.
9 Nobuko to obāchan (信子とおばあちゃん)
(Noboko and Granny)
1969 1970 Starring Naoko Otani as a young woman living with her grandmother.
10 Niji ()
1970 1971 Starring Yōko Minamida as a woman who supported her family during and after World War II.
11 Mayuko hitori (繭子ひとり)
(Mayuko, The Only One)
1971 1972 Starring Karin Yamaguchi. Second highest rated Asadora with an average rating of 47.4%.[2]
12 Ai yori aoku (藍より青く)
(Green Comes From Blue)
1972 1973 Starring Hiroko Maki. Screenplay by Taiichi Yamada. Third highest rated Asadora at 47.3%.[2]
13 Kita no kazoku (北の家族)
(Family from the North)
1973 1974 Starring Yōko Takahashi in a story about a brother and sister coming of age in Hakodate and Kanazawa.[2]
14 Hatoko no umi (鳩子の海)
(Hatako's Sea)
1974 1975 Starring Mihoko Fujita as a woman who lost her memory after experiencing the atomic bombing of Hiroshima.[2]
15 Mizuiro no toki (水色の時)
(Aqua Age)
1975 1975 Starring Shinobu Otake in a story about a young woman striving to become a doctor and her mother, who is a nurse. The first six-month Asadora. Average rating of 40.1%.[2]
16 Ohayōsan (おはようさん)
(Good Morning, Madam)
1975 1976 Starring Yoko Akino in a contemporary story about a woman office worker.
17 Kumo no jūtan (雲のじゅうたん)
(Mat of Cloud)
1976 1976 Starring Yōko Asaji as a woman who wants to become a pilot.
18 Hi no kuni ni (火の国に)
(Nation of Fire)
1976 1977 Starring Keiko Suzuka about a woman who strives to become a landscape gardener.
19 Ichibanboshi (いちばん星)
(Like a Star)
1977 1977 A dramatization of the life of the singer Chiyako Sato. Michiko Godai replaced Haruna Takase in the lead two months into the series when Takase became ill.
20 Kazamidori (風見鶏)
(Chicken-shaped Anemoscope)
1977 1978 Starring Harumi Arai as a woman who marries a German and starts a bakery in Kobe.
21 Otei-chan (おていちゃん)
1978 1978 Starring Chikako Yuri in a dramatization of the life of Sadako Sawamura.
22 Watashi wa umi (わたしは海)
(I Am the Sea)
1978 1979 Starring Tomoko Aihara. About a woman raising war orphans.
23 Mā-nē-chan (マー姉ちゃん)
(Big Sister Ma)
1979 1979 Based on autobiographical stories penned by manga artist Machiko Hasegawa and featuring her older sister. Starring Mami Kumagai and Yūko Tanaka.
24 Ayu no uta (鮎のうた)
(Song of Ayu Fish)
1979 1980 Starring Senri Yamazaki as a woman who makes her life at a fishing port.
25 Natchan no shashinkan (なっちゃんの写真館)
(Natchan's Photo Studio)
1980 1980 Starring Tomoko Hoshino as a woman who strives to become a photographer.
26 Niji o oru (虹を織る)
(Knit Rainbow)
1980 1981 Starring Misako Konno as a woman from Hagi, Yamaguchi, who joins the Takarazuka Revue.
27 Mansaku no hana (まんさくの花)
(The Flower of Hamamelis)
1981 1981 A rare Asadora that is wholly set in contemporary Japan.
28 Honjitsu mo seiten nari (本日も晴天なり)
(Today is a Sunny Day too)
1981 1982 Starring Hideko Hara as a woman who becomes a radio announcer and then a writer.
29 Haikara-san (ハイカラさん)
1982 1982 Starring Satomi Tezuka as a woman who starts a hotel in the Meiji era.
30 Yōi don (よーいドン)
(Become a Great Person)
1982 1983 Starring Kumiko Fujiyoshi as a woman who suffers family hardships before achieving success as a marathon runner.
31 Oshin (おしん)
1983 1984 Starring Ayako Kobayashi, Yūko Tanaka, and Nobuko Otowa – Oshin's perseverance pulls her through various challenges during her life. Episode on November 12, 1983, is the highest rated in Japanese television drama history, with 62.9 percent.[3]
32 Romansu (ロマンス)
1984 1984 Starring Takaaki Enoki as a young man who becomes a film director. The first Asadora with a male lead since 1967.
33 Kokoro wa itsumo ramune-iro (心はいつもラムネ色)
(My Heart is Like Lemon-soda)
1984 1985 Starring Eisaku Shindō as a man who loves manzai. Average rating of 40.2%.[2]
34 Miotsukushi (澪つくし)
(Day Beacon)
1985 1985 Starring Yasuko Sawaguchi. Average rating of 44.3%.[2]
35 Ichiban-daiko (いちばん太鼓)
(Best Taiko Drum)
1985 1986 Starring Shin'ichirō Okano. About a man who enters the world of popular theatre.
36 Hanekonma (はね駒)
(Vigorous Pony)
1986 1986 Starring Yuki Saito. Average rating of 41.7%.[2]
37 Miyako no kaze (都の風)
(Wind of the City)
1986 1987 Starring Miyuki Kanō. A woman from Kyoto moves to Nara and runs a ryokan and then enters the fashion industry.
38 Chotchan (チョッちゃん)
1987 1987 Starring Hiro Komura. Based on the autobiography of Tetsuko Kuroyanagi's mother.
39 Hassai Sensei (はっさい先生)
(Teacher Hassai)
1987 1988 Starring Mayumi Wakamura. About a woman from Tokyo who goes to teach at an all-boys school.
40 Non-chan no yume (ノンちゃんの夢)
(Dream of Non-chan)
1988 1988 Starring Tomoko Fujita. About a woman who struggles to survive after World War II and starts a magazine. Average rating of 39.1%.[2]
41 Jun-chan no ōenka (純ちゃんの応援歌)
(Supporting Song of Jun-chan)
1988 1989 Starring Tomoko Yamaguchi in her acting debut. Average rating of 38.6%.[2]
42 Seishun kazoku (青春家族)
(Youthfulness Family)
1989 1989 Stars Misa Shimizu and Ayumi Ishida. Average rating of 37.8%.[2] Heisei
43 Wakko no kin medaru (和っこの金メダル)
(Wakko's Gold Medal)
1989 1990 About a female volleyball player who helps out the local community. Starring Azusa Watanabe.
44 Rinrin to (凛凛と)
1990 1990 About a man who developed an early television system. Starring Minoru Tanaka.
45 Kyō, futari (京、ふたり)
(Kyoto, Two People)
1990 1991 Set in an old Kyoto tsukemono store, this series depicted the conflicts between a woman, her daughter and her father-in-law.
46 Kimi no na wa (君の名は)
(What is Your Name?)
1991 1992 The first year-long series since Oshin. Starred Kyōka Suzuki, but ended up being the first Asadora with an average rating under 30%.[2]
47 Onna wa dokyō (おんなは度胸)
(Women Need To Be Brave)
1992 1992 Chronicles the conflicts between a woman and her step-daughter in a hot springs town. Starring Pinko Izumi and Sachiko Sakurai.
48 Hirari (ひらり)
(Power and Beauty)
1992 1993 Starring Hikari Ishida. Screenplay by Makiko Uchidate, who is a member of the Japan Sumo Association, and is involved in sumo matters, such as advancing rikishi to the rank of Yokozuna. The storyline evolves around sumo – as the heroine become a nutritionist and works within the sumo system. Average rating of 36.9%.[2]
49 Ee Nyobo (ええにょぼ)
(Good Wife)
1993 1993 A woman works hard to become a good doctor even though she is separated from her husband. Starring Naho Toda.
50 Karin (かりん)
1993 1994 A young woman, whose family runs an old miso company in Nagano Prefecture, lives through the hardships of postwar Japan. Starring Naomi Hosokawa. Last Asadora to top 30% in ratings.[2]
51 Piano (ぴあの)
1994 1994 About the youngest of four sisters, all raised solely by their father, who wants to write children's books. Starring Risa Junna.
52 Haru yo, koi (春よ、来い)
(Spring, Please Come!)
1994 1995 A successful screenwriter looks back on her life when she learns her husband has cancer. A year-long series, starring Narumi Yasuda.
53 Hashiran ka! (走らんか!)
(Go Ahead Without Reserve)
1995 1996 Set in Hakata, the series is about a young man who wants to play rock music even though his father expects him to follow him in making Hakata ningyō. One of the few Asadora starring a male character.
54 Himawari (ひまわり)
1996 1996 About a woman, played by Nanako Matsushima, striving to become a lawyer.
55 Futarikko (ふたりっ子)
1996 1997 About a female professional shogi player and her twin sister. Starring Hiromi Iwasaki and Maiko Kikuchi, with Kana Mikura and Mana Mikura (ManaKana) playing them as children. Average rating of 29.0%
56 Aguri (あぐり)
1997 1997 Based on the life of the beauty stylist Aguri Yoshiyuki, who married the novelist Eisuke Yoshiyuki and became the mother of the novelist Junnosuke Yoshiyuki and the actress Kazuko Yoshiyuki. Starring Misato Tanaka and Mansai Nomura.
57 Amakarashan (甘辛しゃん)
(Sweet and Spicy Beauty)
1997 1998 About a young woman who hopes to become a sake brewer. Starring Yumiko Sato.
58 Ten Urara (天うらら)
(Invigorating Day)
1998 1998 About a young woman training to be a carpenter who, through her own family situation, learns about the need for a barrier-free world. Starring Risa Sudo.
59 Yanchakure (やんちゃくれ)
(Mischievous Girl)
1998 1999 About a young woman in Osaka who helps resurrect a shipbuilding company. Starring Miho Konishi.
60 Suzuran (すずらん)
(Lily of the Valley)
1999 1999 Follows the life of a woman, raised in a coal town in Hokkaido by a father who worked on the railroad, from the 1920s to the 1930s. Starring Nagiko Tōno and Chieko Baisho.
61 Asuka (あすか)
1999 2000 Asuka learns to become a wagashi maker, even though wagashi is a heavily male-dominated field. Starring Yūko Takeuchi.
62 Watashi no aozora (私の青空)
(My Blue Sky)
2000 2000 About a young woman whose fiancé leaves her, pregnant, at the altar. With her son, she leaves for Tsukiji to make it on her own. Starring Tomoko Tabata.
63 Ōdorī (Audrey オードリー)
2000 2001 About a young woman involved in the Japanese film industry in Kyoto. Starring Aya Okamoto.
64 Churasan (ちゅらさん)
(Water Lady)
2001 2001 The first Asadora set in Okinawa. Starring Ryōko Kuninaka.
65 Honmamon (ほんまもん)
(Gourmet Life)
2001 2002 About a young woman striving to become a chef in Wakayama Prefecture. Starring Chizuru Ikewaki.
66 Sakura (さくら)
2002 2002 Sakura Matsushita is a third-generation Japanese-American, living in Honolulu, Hawaii. Her dream is to become an ALT teacher in Japan, and moves there to achieve her dream. First asadora to be recorded in HD.
67 Manten (まんてん)
(Full of the Sky)
2002 2003 Starring Mao Miyaji. About a woman who studies to be a meteorologist.
68 Kokoro (こころ)
2003 2003 Starring Noriko Nakagoshi. Set in Asakusa, Tokyo.
69 Teruteru Kazoku (てるてる家族)
(Happy Family)
2003 2004 Starring Satomi Ishihara and based on a novel by Rei Nakanishi. First Asadora to average under 20% in ratings.[2]
70 Tenka (天花)
2004 2004 Starring Ema Fujisawa as a young woman from Sendai, Miyagi
71 Wakaba (わかば)
2004 2005 Starring Natsuki Harada as a young woman who becomes a landscaper
72 Fight (ファイト)
2005 2005 Yuika Motokariya stars as 15-year-old Kido Yū, living with her family in Takasaki, Gunma Prefecture. Yū faces tough times, and relies on the friendship of a horse to keep her spirits up.
73 Kaze no Haruka (風のハルカ)
(Haruka in the Wind)
2005 2006 Starring Eri Murakawa. Takes place in Yufuin, Ōita Prefecture. Haruka's goal is to become a travel agent, and moves to Osaka, leaving her father and sister behind, to achieve her dream.
74 Junjō Kirari (純情きらり)
(Shining Junjo)
2006 2006 Starring Aoi Miyazaki. Sakurako's dream is to become a jazz pianist. Events take place in Okazaki, Aichi Prefecture.
75 Imo Tako Nankin (芋たこなんきん)
(Taro, Octopus and Pumpkin)
2006 2007 Based on a true story, Naomi Fujiyama plays the heroine role of Machiko Hanaoka – a 37-year-old woman who dreams of becoming a novelist. She marries into an extended family. Events take place in the city of Osaka.
76 Dondo Hare (どんど晴れ)[4][5]
(Clear Up Soon!)
2007 2007 Stars Manami Higa. Screenplay by Eriko Komatsu. Natsumi marries an heir of a high class ryokan, located in Morioka, Iwate Prefecture. She then becomes the ryokan's okami or manager.
77 Chiritotechin (ちりとてちん)
2007 2008 Starring Shihori Kanjiya. The storyline focuses on the art of rakugo. Kiyomi's dream is to become a rakugoka, despite rakugo being a male-dominated field.
78 Hitomi ()
2008 2008 Starring Nana Eikura. Hitomi's dream is to become a dancer of modern music.
79 Dandan (だんだん)
(Thank You)
2008 2009 Starring identical twins Mana and Kana Mikura (of Futarikko fame). Finding each other years after being separated as children, they work together to achieve their dreams as singers.
80 Tsubasa (つばさ)
2009 2009 Starring Mikako Tabe as Tsubasa who works at a local radio station, and eventually becomes a disc jockey.
81 Wel-kame (ウェルかめ)
(Welcome Back)
2009 2010 About a girl from Minami-cho, Tokushima who, inspired by seeing a sea turtle when she was six, strives to become a magazine editor. Lowest rated Asadora at 13.5%.[2]
82 Gegege no Nyobo (ゲゲゲの女房)
(GeGeGe's Wife)
2010 2010 Starring Nao Matsushita. Fumie is the wife of manga artist Shigeru Mizuki. The screen play is based on her rags to riches biography.
83 Teppan (てっぱん)
2010 2011 Starring Miori Takimoto and Sumiko Fuji. Akari's natural mother is originally from Osaka. She moves to Osaka to live with her grandmother to learn more about her mother. She learns that her grandmother closed the okonomiyaki restaurant after Akari's teenage mother ran away. Akari then re-opens the restaurant.
84 Ohisama (おひさま)
2011 2011 Starring Mao Inoue. The title refers to the sun, and thus also relates to the heroine Yoko, whose name means "child of the sun". Yoko's dream is to become a school teacher, but she also experiences tough times during the Pacific War.
85 Carnation (カーネーション)
2011 2012 Starring Machiko Ono. Based on the life of fashion designer Ayako Koshino. Her three daughters would eventually all become fashion designers.
86 Umechan Sensei (梅ちゃん先生)
(Doctor Umechan)
2012 2012 Starring Maki Horikita, who plays a young woman striving to become a physician in post-World War II Tokyo.
87 Jun to Ai (純と愛)
(Jun and Ai)
2012 2013 Starring Natsuna as a young woman who wants to start her ideal hotel. Set in Osaka and Miyakojima.
88 Amachan (あまちゃん)
(Little Ama)
2013 2013 Starring Rena Nōnen as a young woman who becomes an ama and then an idol before returning to Tohoku to help revive the area after the earthquake.
89 Gochisōsan (ごちそうさん)
(Thanks for the Hospitality)
2013 2014 Starring Anne Watanabe as a young woman trying to learn how to cook Japanese cuisine during the Taisho and Shōwa periods.
90 Hanako to Anne (花子とアン)
(Hanako and Anne)
2014 2014 Starring Yuriko Yoshitaka as Hanako Muraoka, the woman who first translated Anne of Green Gables into Japanese.[6]
91 Massan (マッサン)
2014 2015 Starring Charlotte Kate Fox as Ellie Kameyama, wife of Masaharu Kameyama, portrayed by Tetsuji Tamayama, a man who starts whisky brewing in Japan. It is based on the life of Rita Taketsuru, a Scotswoman who married the Japanese man Masataka Taketsuru, the father of Japan's whisky industry. The title comes from Rita's nickname for Masataka.[7][8][9]
92 Mare (まれ)
2015 2015 Starring Tao Tsuchiya as a young woman from the Noto Peninsula who wants to become a pâtissière.[10]
93 Asa ga Kita (あさが来た)
(Here Comes Asa!)
2015 2016 Starring Haru as Asa Imai.[11] Based on the life of Asako Hirooka, a pioneering Japanese businesswoman.
94 Toto Neechan (とと姉ちゃん)
(Daddy Sister)
2016 2016 Starring Mitsuki Takahata as Tsuneko Kohashi, a woman who starts a successful consumer advice magazine.
95 Beppinsan (べっぴんさん)
(Miss Beppin)
2016 2017 Starring Kyoko Yoshine as Sumire, a brave woman who starts a company makes a dress for children. Based on the lives of Banno Atsuko, founder of Familiar.
96 Hiyokko (ひよっこ)
2017 2017 Starring Kasumi Arimura as Mineko Yatabe, a young woman who travels from rural Ibaraki Prefecture to Tokyo in the mid-1960s to find her lost father.
97 Warotenka (わろてんか)
(Laugh It Up!)
2017 2018 Starring Wakana Aoi as Ten Fujioka. Based on the lives of the founders of Yoshimoto Kogyo.
98 Hanbun, Aoi. (半分、青い。)
(Half Blue Sky)
2018 2018 Starring Mei Nagano as Suzume Nireno. About a woman who lost hearing in one ear who, after failing as a mangaka, becomes an inventor.
99 Manpuku (まんぷく)
2018 2019 Starring Sakura Ando as Fukuko Imai. Based on the lives of Momofuku Andō, who invented instant ramen, and his wife Masako.[12]
100 Natsuzora (なつぞら)
(Summer Sky)
2019 2019 Starring Suzu Hirose as Natsu Okuhara, an orphan raised in Hokkaido who wants to become an animator. Reiwa
101 Scarlet (スカーレット)
2019 2020 Starring Erika Toda as Kimiko Kawahara, who aims to become a ceramic artist.
102 Yell (エール)
2020 2020 Starring Masataka Kubota as Yūichi Koyama. Based on the life of composer Yūji Koseki. Will be the first asadora to be recorded in 4K, and the first since Musume to Watashi to be broadcast in only five 15-minute episodes per week Monday through Friday, with omnibus airings on Saturday mornings instead of a fresh episode.
The COVID-19 pandemic made it the first asadora to suspend the airing for its episodes; it had to reair its finished episodes during an 11-week break from June 29 to September 11, 2020. The production delay also made it the first asadora to end on a day outside the usual March–April or September–October cycles.
103 Ochoyan (おちょやん)
(Little Waitress)
2020 2021 Starring Hana Sugisaki as Chiyo Takei. Based on the life of Chieko Naniwa.
The suspension of production due to the COVID-19 pandemic delayed the conclusion of its predecessor Yell (エール), making it the first asadora to start airing on a day outside the usual March–April or September–October cycles.
104 Okaeri Mone (おかえりモネ)
(Welcome Back, Mone)
2021 2021 Starring Kaya Kiyohara as Momone Nagaura.
105 Come Come Everybody (カムカムエヴリバディ) 2021 2022 Starring Mone Kamishiraishi, Eri Fukatsu, and Rina Kawaei.
106 Chimudondon (ちむどんどん) 2022 2022 Starring Yuina Kuroshima as Nobuko Higa.

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