Oha Suta

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Oha Suta
Children's television
Information program
Directed byMasakazu Kubo (Shogakukan)
Presented byNatsuki Hanae
Ike Nwala
StarringOha Girls
and others
Country of originJapan
Original language(s)Japanese
Producer(s)Keisuke Date
Running time25 minutes
Production company(s)TV Tokyo
Original networkTV Tokyo
Original releaseOctober 1, 1997 (1997-10-01) –
External links
Official website

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. 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".

Current Cast[edit]


Oha Girls[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.


  • Monday
  • Cyborg Warrior Iwai (Yuki Iwai (Haraichi)) (April 2017-)
  • Sunshine Ikezaki (April 2018-)
  • EXIT (Rintaro and Daiki Kanechika) (January 2019-)
  • Tuesday
  • Jungle Pocket (Hirohisa Ota, Shinji Saito and Otake) (April 2019-)
  • Wednesday
  • Miki (Asei and Kosei) (April 2019-)
  • Chocolate Planet (November 2018-)
  • The big bro we've never seen before (Shohei Osada)
  • We've never seen before-kun (Shun Matsuo)
  • Duema Leader Shunsuke (April 2019-)
  • Duema Student Council President Chiari (April 2019-)
  • Thursday
  • Kaminari (Manabu Takeuchi and Takumi Ishida) (April 2019-)
  • Fire Tachibana (Naoto Ikeda (Rainbow)) (January 2017-)
  • Majime-kun (Abareru-kun) (April 2016-)
  • Kisora Fukuzawa (April 2019-)
  • Friday
  • Yamamoto Bucho (Hiroshi Yamamoto (Robert) (April 2017-)
  • Ryogo Matsumaru (April 2019-)
  • Shimofuri Myojo (April 2019-)

Past cast[edit]

Oha Girls units[edit]

Notable Oha girls[edit]

The year noted after their names represent the year they debuted on the program


External links[edit]