Galaxy Award (Japan)

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The Galaxy Award (ギャラクシー賞, Gyarakushī-shō) is a Japanese production award for television, radio and commercials. It is given out annually by members of the Japan Council for Better Radio and Television.[1] Awards are given out in four categories: television programs, radio programs, television commercials, and news programming. In each category are awarded one Galaxy Grand Prix for best program (Gyarakushī Taishō), two or three Galaxy Awards for outstanding programs (Gyarakushī Yūshūshō), and several Galaxy Awards for highly recommended programs (Gyarakushī Suisenshō). Individual and special awards are also given out.[1] The Galaxy Award was established in 1963 and is one of the most important awards in the Japanese television industry.[2]

Grand Prix winners[edit]

This is a partial list of winners:[3]



  • 2000 Free radio Documentary 何があってもいいよネ 或るグループホームの挑戦 (QR)
  • 2001 Radio Documentary いつか、旅立つ日へ(MBS)
  • 2002 Joho Radio Spice! (MBS)
  • 2003 King Radio Kids (Radio Kansai)
  • 2004 Radio Documentary もうひとつの涙そうそう (FM Okinawa)
  • 2005 伊集院光 日曜日の秘密基地 (TBS Radio)
  • 2006 Special 1179 (MBS)


  1. ^ a b "Gyarakushī-shō Gaiyō". Hōsō Hihyō Kondankai. Japan Council for Better Radio and Television. Retrieved 5 June 2014. 
  2. ^ Hiroyoshi, Usui. ギャラクシー賞発表、受賞したドラマ2本、なぜ感動呼ぶ?「いい話」と一線を画す . Business Journal (in Japanese). Retrieved 5 June 2014. 
  3. ^ "Jushō Sakuhin". Hōsō Hihyō Kondankai. Japan Council For Better Radio and Television. Retrieved 5 June 2014.