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NHK Radio 2 (NHKラジオ第2放送, NHK Rajio Dai-ni Hōsō) is a Japanese radio station operated by the public broadcaster, NHK. Its output consists of education and culture programming[1] where NHK Radio 2 is regarded[by whom?] as the radio version of NHK Educational TV and is broadly similar to South Korea's EBS FM. NHK Radio 2 is available mainly on AM. It began broadcasting on April 6, 1931.

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Region City Call sign Frequency Power
Hokkaido Sapporo JOIB 747 kHz 500 kW
Hakodate JOVB 1467 kHz 1 kW
Asahikawa JOCC 1602 kHz 1 kW
Obihiro JOOC 1125 kHz 1 kW
Kushiro JOPC 1152 kHz 10 kW
Kitami JOKD 702 kHz 10 kW
Muroran JOIZ 1125 kHz 1 kW
Tōhoku Sendai JOHB 1089 kHz 10 kW
Akita JOUB 774 kHz 500 kW
Yamagata JOJC 1521 kHz 1 kW
Morioka JOQC 1386 kHz 10 kW
Fukushima JOFD 1602 kHz 1 kW
Aomori JOTC 1521 kHz 1 kW
Kantō-Kōshin'etsu Tokyo JOAB 693 kHz 500 kW
Nagano JONB 1467 kHz 1 kW
Niigata JOQB 1593 kHz 10 kW
Kōfu JOKC 1602 kHz 1 kW
Tōkai-Hokuriku Nagoya JOCB 909 kHz 10 kW
Kanazawa JOJB 1386 kHz 10 kW
Shizuoka JOPB 639 kHz 10 kW
Fukui JOFC 1521 kHz 1 kW
Toyama JOIC 1035 kHz 1 kW
Kansai Osaka JOBB 828 kHz 300 kW
Chugoku Hiroshima JOFB 702 kHz 10 kW
Okayama JOKB 1386 kHz 5 kW
Matsue JOTB 1593 kHz 10 kW
Tottori JOLC 1125 kHz 1 kW
Yamaguchi JOUC 1377 kHz 5 kW
Shikoku Matsuyama JOZB 1512 kHz 5 kW
Kōchi JORB 1152 kHz 10 kW
Takamatsu JOHD 1035 kHz 1 kW
Kyushu-Okinawa Fukuoka JOLB 1017 kHz 50 kW
Kitakyushu JOSB 1602 kHz 1 kW
Kumamoto JOGB 873 kHz 500 kW
Nagasaki JOAC 1377 kHz 1 kW
Kagoshima JOHC 1386 kHz 10 kW
Miyazaki JOMC 1467 kHz 1 kW
Ōita JOID 1467 kHz 1 kW
Naha JOAD 1125 kHz 10 kW

See also


  1. ^ Sterling, Christopher H. (March 2004). Encyclopedia of Radio 3-Volume Set. Routledge. p. 1280. ISBN 9781135456498.
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