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Okaasan to Issho

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Okaasan to Issho
Also known asWith Mother
(International title - NHK World)
  • Yûichiro Hanada
  • Atsuko Ono
  • Makoto Fukuo
  • Atsuki Akimoto
Ending theme"Bell ga Naru" (Ring The Bell)
Country of originJapan
Original languageJapanese
Running time23 minutes
Production companyNHK
Original networkNHK Educational TV
Original releaseOctober 5, 1959 (1959-10-05) –
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Okaasan to Issho (おかあさんといっしょ, With Mother) is a children's television program airing weekday mornings in Japan on NHK. The show consists of seasonal songs, the Galapico Poo segment, and animated shorts like Tomodachi Hachi Nin[1] (previously also Deko Boko Friends).

As of 1 April 2019, the program was hosted by:

  • Singer Brother Yûichiro Hanada[2]
  • Singer Sister Atsuko Ono
  • Taisou Brother Makoto Fukuo
  • Taisou Sister Atsuki Akimoto
  • Galapico Poo (puppets team)

Deko Boko Friends

Deko Boko Friends (でこぼこフレンズ, Deko Boko Furenzu, lit. "Uneven Friends") is a collection of 30-second Japanese shorts created by advertising creators Momoko Maruyama and Ryotaro Kuwamoto to promote acceptance of people of different personalities and appearances. The shorts are focused on 12 different creatures, meant to show certain personalities, likes, dislikes, and quirks.

Deko Boko Friends originated on NHK's oldest running children's programming show, Okaasan to Issho in 2003, superseding previous short cartoon series, Yancharu Moncha. It was distributed in English by Viz Media and shown in English on Nickelodeon's children's programming block, Nick Jr. and Noggin in the United States, and on Treehouse TV in Canada.


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