Noitamina

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noitaminA's old title screen, which appears at the beginning of every show (Fuji TV only).

Noitamina (ノイタミナ, stylized noitaminA, "Animation" written backwards) is a Fuji Television programming block, devoted to anime, originally broadcast every Thursday late night/Friday morning from 00:45 to 1:15. It was launched with the intention of expanding the target audience beyond the typical young male demographic.[1]

The timeslot was expanded from half an hour to a full hour in 2010, and airs Thursday nights/Friday morning 00:45 to 1:45 but returned to half an hour timeslot in 2015 due to 5 noitaminA-produced films to be shown in Japanese theaters in the same year.[2] So far the only non-anime series aired on noitaminA was the live-action adaptation of Moyasimon: Tales of Agriculture in 2010.[3]

On April 15, 2010, Fuji TV and Funimation announced an agreement that allows Funimation to simulcast series from the noitaminA block in North America within an hour of their airing in Japan.[4]

More recently, it signed a deal with Amazon to exclusively stream and simulcast series from the noitaminA block through their Prime Instant Video service on March 17, 2016, starting with Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress.[5]

Titles[edit]

No. Title Time Slot[n 1] Start date End date Eps. Studio Notes
1 Honey and Clover 0:35 April 14, 2005 September 26, 2005 24 J.C.Staff Based on a manga by Chica Umino
2 Paradise Kiss 0:35 October 13, 2005 December 29, 2005 12 Madhouse Based on a manga by Ai Yazawa
3 Ayakashi: Samurai Horror Tales 0:35 January 13, 2006 March 24, 2006 11 Toei Animation Original Work based on Japanese classic tales
4 Jyu-Oh-Sei 0:45 April 13, 2006 June 22, 2006 11 Bones Based on a manga by Natsumi Itsuki
5 Honey and Clover II 0:45 June 29, 2006 September 14, 2006 12 J.C.Staff Sequel to Honey and Clover
6 Hataraki Man 0:45 October 12, 2006 December 21, 2006 11 Gallop Based on a manga by Moyoco Anno
7 Nodame Cantabile 0:45 January 11, 2007 June 28, 2007 23 J.C.Staff Based on a manga by Tomoko Ninomiya
8 Mononoke 0:45 July 12, 2007 September 27, 2007 12 Toei Animation Spin-off to Ayakashi
9 Moyashimon: Tales of Agriculture 0:45 October 12, 2007 December 21, 2007 11 Shirogumi and Telecom Animation Film Based on a manga by Masayuki Ishikawa
10 Hakaba Kitarō 0:45 January 10, 2008 March 20, 2008 11 Toei Animation Based on a manga by Shigeru Mizuki
11 Library War 0:45 April 10, 2008 June 26, 2008 12 Production I.G Based on a light novel by Hiro Arikawa
12 Antique Bakery 0:45 July 3, 2008 September 18, 2008 12 Nippon Animation and Shirogumi Based on a manga by Fumi Yoshinaga
13 Nodame Cantabile: Paris Chapter 0:45 October 9, 2008 December 18, 2008 11 J.C.Staff Sequel to Nodame Cantabile
14 Genji Monogatari Sennenki 0:45 January 15, 2009 March 26, 2009 11 TMS Entertainment and Tezuka Productions Adaptation of The Tale of Genji
15 Eden of the East 0:45 April 9, 2009 June 18, 2009 11 Production I.G Original Work
16 Tokyo Magnitude 8.0 0:45 July 9, 2009 September 17, 2009 11 Bones and Kinema Citrus Original Work
17 Kūchū Buranko 0:45 October 15, 2009 December 24, 2009 11 Toei Animation Based on a series of short stories by Hideo Okuda
18 Nodame Cantabile: Finale 0:45 January 14, 2010 March 25, 2010 11 J.C.Staff Sequel to Nodame Cantabile: Paris Chapter
19 House of Five Leaves 0:45 April 15, 2010[2][6] July 1, 2010 12 Manglobe Based on a manga by Natsume Ono
20 The Tatami Galaxy 1:15 April 22, 2010[2][7] July 1, 2010 11 Madhouse Based on a novel by Tomihiko Morimi
21 Moyashimon (live-action) 0:45 July 8, 2010[2][3] September 16, 2010 11 Shirogumi Live-action adaptation of Moyashimon
22 Shiki 1:15 July 8, 2010[2][8][9] December 30, 2010 22 Daume Based on a novel series by Fuyumi Ono
23 Princess Jellyfish 0:45 October 14, 2010[2][10] December 30, 2010 11 Brain's Base Based on a manga by Akiko Higashimura
24 Fractale 0:45 January 13, 2011[11] March 31, 2011 11 A-1 Pictures and Ordet Original Work
25 Wandering Son 1:15 January 13, 2011[12] March 31, 2011 11 AIC Based on a manga by Takako Shimura
26 [C] 0:45 April 14, 2011[13][14] June 23, 2011 11 Tatsunoko Production Original Work
27 Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day 1:15[n 2] April 14, 2011[14][15]
July 11, 2013 (rerun)
June 23, 2011
September 19, 2013 (rerun)
11 A-1 Pictures Original Work
28 Bunny Drop 0:45 July 7, 2011[16][17] September 15, 2011 11 Production I.G Based on a manga by Yumi Unita
29 No. 6 1:15 July 7, 2011[16][17] September 15, 2011 11 Bones[18] Based on a novel series by Atsuko Asano
30 Un-Go 0:45 October 13, 2011[19] December 22, 2011 11 Bones Loosely based on the works of Ango Sakaguchi
31 Guilty Crown 1:15 October 13, 2011[20] March 22, 2012 22 Production I.G Original Work
32 Thermae Romae 0:45 January 12, 2012[21] January 26, 2012 3 DLE Based on a manga by Mari Yamazaki
33 Black Rock Shooter 0:45 February 2, 2012[22] March 22, 2012 8 Ordet and Sanzigen Related to the OVA Black Rock Shooter
34 Kids on the Slope 0:45 April 12, 2012[23] June 28, 2012 12 MAPPA and Tezuka Productions Based on a manga by Yuki Kodama
35 Tsuritama[24] 1:15 April 12, 2012[25] June 28, 2012 12 A-1 Pictures Original Work
36 Moyashimon Returns 0:45 July 5, 2012[26] September 13, 2012 11 Shirogumi and Telecom Animation Film Sequel to Moyashimon
37 Natsuyuki Rendezvous[27] 1:15 July 5, 2012 September 13, 2012 11 Dogakobo Based on a manga by Haruka Kawachi
38 Psycho-Pass[28][n 3] 0:45
1:20 (rerun)
October 11, 2012
July 10, 2014 (rerun)
March 21, 2013
September 25, 2014 (rerun)
22
11 (rerun)
Production I.G Original Work
39 Robotics;Notes[29] 1:15 October 11, 2012 March 21, 2013 22 Production I.G Based on a visual novel by 5pb.
40 Katanagatari[30] 0:45 [n 4] April 11, 2013 June 27, 2013 12 White Fox Based on a light novel by Nisio Isin
41 Silver Spoon[31] 0:45 July 11, 2013 September 19, 2013 11 A-1 Pictures Based on a manga by Hiromu Arakawa
42 Galilei Donna[32] 0:50 October 10, 2013 December 19, 2013 11 A-1 Pictures Original Work
43 Samurai Flamenco[33] 1:20 October 10, 2013 March 27, 2014 22 Manglobe Original Work
44 Silver Spoon 2[31] 0:50 January 9, 2014 March 27, 2014 11 A-1 Pictures Sequel to Silver Spoon
45 Ping Pong 0:50 April 10, 2014 June 19, 2014 11 Tatsunoko Production Based on a manga by Taiyō Matsumoto
46 Nanana's Buried Treasure 1:20 April 10, 2014 June 19, 2014 11 A-1 Pictures Based on a light novel by Kazuma Ōtorino
47 Terror in Resonance[34] 0:50 July 10, 2014 September 25, 2014 11 MAPPA Original Work
48 Psycho-Pass 2 0:50 October 9, 2014 December 18, 2014 11 Tatsunoko Production Sequel to Psycho-Pass
49 Your Lie in April 1:15 October 9, 2014 March 19, 2015 22 A-1 Pictures Based on a manga by Naoshi Arakawa
50 Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend 0:50 January 8, 2015 March 26, 2015 13 [n 5] A-1 Pictures Based on a light novel by Fumiaki Maruto
51 Punch Line 0:55 [n 6] April 9, 2015 June 25, 2015 12 MAPPA Original Work
52 Rampo Kitan: Game of Laplace 0:55 July 2, 2015 September 17, 2015 11 Lerche Based on the works of Edogawa Ranpo
53 The Perfect Insider 0:55 October 8, 2015 December 17, 2015 11 A-1 Pictures Based on a novel by Hiroshi Mori
54 Erased 0:55 January 7, 2016 March 24, 2016 12 A-1 Pictures Based on a manga by Kei Sanbe
55 Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress 0:55 April 7, 2016 June 30, 2016 12 Wit Studio Original Work
56 Battery 0:55 July 14, 2016[35] September 22, 2016 11 Zero-G Based on a novel by Atsuko Asano
57 The Great Passage 0:55 October 13, 2016[36] December 23, 2016 11 Zexcs[37] Based on a novel by Shion Miura
58 Scum's Wish 0:55 January 12, 2017[38][39] March 30, 2017 12 Lerche Based on a manga by Mengo Yokoyari
59 Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend ♭ 0:55 April 13, 2017[40][41] June 23, 2017 12 A-1 Pictures Sequel to Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend
60 Dive!! 0:55 July 6, 2017[42] September 21, 2017 12 Zero-G Based on a novel by Eto Mori
61 Inuyashiki 0:55 October 12, 2017[43] December 22, 2017 11 MAPPA Based on a manga by Hiroya Oku
62 After the Rain 0:55 January 12, 2018[44] March 29, 2018 12 Wit Studio Based on a manga by Jun Mayuzuki
63 Wotakoi: Love is Hard for Otaku 0:55 April 12, 2018[45] June 22, 2018 11 A-1 Pictures Based on a manga by Fujita
64 Banana Fish 0:55 July 5, 2018[46] TBA 24 MAPPA Based on a manga by Akimi Yoshida
65 The Promised Neverland 0:55 January 2019[47] TBA TBA CloverWorks Based on a manga by Kaiu Shirai and Posuka Demizu
66 Sarazanmai 0:55 April 2019[48] TBA TBA MAPPA, Lapin Track Original Work

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ All series before the change to an hour time-slot started at 0:45. Starting with The House of Five Leaves and The Tatami Galaxy, one show started at 0:45 and the second at 1:15. If there is a dash (—) and not a time, the show was part of the half-hour block and started at 0:45.
  2. ^ Anohana was rebroadcast at noitaminA in 2013
  3. ^ Psycho-Pass was rebroadcast at noitaminA in 2014. The series was re-edited into 11 one-hour episodes
  4. ^ Katanagatari was a rerun which aired in both slots
  5. ^ Last two episodes aired during the final week pushing its episode total to 13 that includes episode 0 that aired on its start date.
  6. ^ Starting April 2015, noitaminA's timeslot was reduced from an hour-long to half an hour. There is only one anime shown per season in the block. The cause of the timeslot-reducing was the production of six noitaminA-produced anime films that were planned to be shown in the same year (only five were shown, while the sixth film was released two years later in 2017).

Films[edit]

# Title Release date Studio Notes
1 Eden of the East Compilation: Air Communication September 26, 2009 Production I.G Re-editing of all 11 episodes of Eden of the East
2 Eden of the East: The King of Eden November 28, 2009 Production I.G Sequel to Eden of the East
3 Eden of the East: Paradise Lost March 13, 2010 Production I.G Sequel to Eden of the East: The King of Eden
4 Un-Go episode:0 Inga chapter November 19, 2011 Bones Prequel to Un-Go
5 Library War: The Wings of Revolution June 16, 2012 Production I.G Related to Library War
6 Anohana the Movie: The Flower We Saw That Day August 31, 2013 A-1 Pictures Compilation of Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day with new epilogue
7 Psycho-Pass: The Movie January 9, 2015 Production I.G Sequel to Psycho-Pass 2
8 Typhoon Noruda June 5, 2015 Studio Colorido Original Work
9 The Anthem of the Heart September 19, 2015 A-1 Pictures Original Work
10 The Empire of Corpses October 2, 2015 Wit Studio Based on a novel by Project Itoh
11 Harmony November 13, 2015 Studio 4°C Based on a novel by Project Itoh
12 Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress: Gathering Light December 31, 2016 Wit Studio Part 1 of a compilation of Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress
13 Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress: Burning Life January 7, 2017 Wit Studio Part 2 of a compilation of Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress
14 Genocidal Organ February 3, 2017 Manglobe, Geno Studio Based on a novel by Project Itoh
15 Night Is Short, Walk On Girl April 7, 2017 Science Saru Based on a novel by Tomihiko Morimi
16 Lu Over the Wall May 19, 2017 Science Saru Original Work
17 Penguin Highway August 17, 2018 Studio Colorido Based on a novel by Tomihiko Morimi
18 Psycho-Pass: Sinners of the System - Case 1: Crime and Punishment January 25, 2019 Production I.G. First movie of Psycho-Pass: Sinners of the System trilogy and sequel to Psycho-Pass: The Movie
19 Psycho-Pass: Sinners of the System - Case 2: First Guardian February 15, 2019 Production I.G. Second movie of Psycho-Pass: Sinners of the System trilogy and prequel to Psycho-Pass
20 Psycho-Pass: Sinners of the System - Case 3: In the Realm Beyond Is ____ March 8, 2019 Production I.G. Third and final movie of Psycho-Pass: Sinners of the System trilogy and sequel to Psycho-Pass: The Movie
21 Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress: Unato Decisive Battle Spring, 2019[49] Wit Studio Sequel to Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress
22 Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend Fine Fall, 2019[50] CloverWorks Sequel to Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend ♭

TV stations[edit]

Region TV station Aired
(as of January 2012)
First air month Others Number of works aired
Kanto Fuji TV Yes April 2005
(Honey and Clover)
Producing station all (41)
Kansai Kansai TV Named "Anime Work!" from April 2010 till September 2011
not named for "Moyashimon" live-action version
Chukyo Tokai TV
Hokkaido Hokkaido Cultural Broadcasting Yes (One timeslot) February 2007
(Nodame Cantabile)
18
Akita Akita TV Yes March 2007
(Nodame Cantabile)
6
Iwate Iwate Menkoi TV Yes April 2007
(Nodame Cantabile)
5
Miyagi Sendai TV Yes April 2007
(Nodame Cantabile)
Named "NoitaminA" from October 2010 9
Yamagata Sakuranbo TV Yes August 2008
(Nodame Cantabile: Paris Chapter)
16
Fukushima Fukushima TV Yes April 2007
(Nodame Cantabile)
5
Niigata Niigata Sogo TV Yes February 2006
(Honey and Clover)
No broadcasting from October 2009 to September 2011 18
Nagano Nagano Broadcasgting No January 2015
(Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend)
1
Shizuoka TV Shizuoka Yes April 2007
(Nodame Cantabile)
5
Toyama Toyama TV No No anime works have been broadcast.
Ishikawa Ishikawa TV No February 2007
(Nodame Cantabile)
1
Fukui Fukui TV No April 2007
(Nodame Cantabile)
2
Okayama, Kagawa Okayama Broadcasting No March 2006
(Paradice Kiss)
3
Hiroshima TV Shinhiroshima Yes January 2007
(Nodame Cantabile)
12
Tottori, Shimane San-in Chuo TV No April 2007
(Nodame Cantabile)
4
Kochi Kochi Sun Sun Broadcasting No July 2006
(Jyu-Oh-Sei)
6
Ehime Ehime Broadcasting Co. Yes March 2007
(Nodame Cantabile)
5
Fukuoka TV Nishinippon No July 2006
(Honey and Clover)
Sponsored till September 2009 13
Saga Saga TV Yes March 2007
(Nodame Cantabile)
22
Nagasaki TV Nagasaki No October 2007
(Nodame Cantabile)
10
Oita TV Oita No No anime works have been broadcast.
Kumamoto TV Kumamoto Yes October 2007
(Nodame Cantabile)
18
Miyazaki TV Miyazaki No No anime works have been broadcast.
Kagoshima Kagoshima TV Yes April 2007
(Nodame Cantabile)
7
Okinawa Okinawa TV No No anime works have been broadcast.
Aomori Aomori TV No April 2007
(Nodame Cantabile)
JNN station 1
Nationalcast BS Fuji Yes November 2009
(Kūchū Buranko)
satellite broadcasting all from "Kuchu Buranko" (25)

See also[edit]

  • Animeism, another anime block that airs in Japan on Friday nights on MBS.
  • Animerico, another anime block that also airs in Japan on Thursday nights on TBS.
  • AnichU, another anime block that airs in Japan on Tuesday nights on ntv.
  • +Ultra, another anime block of Fuji TV that will start in October 2018 airing on Wednesday nights.

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