Oha Suta

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Oha Suta (おはスタ, Oha Suta) is a children's TV show which airs in Japan in the morning on Monday to Friday, and it is produced by TV Tokyo. It premiered in 1997. The main host from 7:05 until 7:30 is Kōichi Yamadera. This show is a remake of "Ohayō Studio" ("Ohayō" meaning "Good Morning"), a similar show that also aired on TV Tokyo from 1979 (back when the network was called "Tokyo 12 Channel") to 1986 (by which time the network renamed to "TV Tokyo"). For this reason, "suta" comes "sutajio", a "Japanicization" of the English word "studio", thus the name "Oha Suta". The show's full title is "Oha Suta: The Super Kids Station".

Broadcasting Times in JST[edit]

People on Oha Suta in 2009[edit]

from 6:45 until 7:03[edit]

from 7:05 until 7:30[edit]

Oha Girl[edit]

Girls who are 12, 13, 14, or 15 years old appear in the program, and are called Oha Girls (おはガール). Some of them had their professional debut on the show.


Notable Oha girls[edit]


  1. ^ "山寺宏一、涙の『おはスタ』卒業 視聴者に19年分の感謝「世界一幸せ者です」". オリコン. Retrieved 2016-04-01.

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