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Japan FM Network

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Japan FM Network

Japan FM Network (全国FM放送協議会 Zenkoku Efu Emu Hōsō Kyōgi-kai, literally Japan FM Network Association, JFN/JFNA) is a commercial radio network in Japan. It was founded in 1981.

TOKYO FM is the main station of the network.

Japan FM Network stations

Station Call sign Broadcast areas (Prefectures) Region
Tokyo FM (TFM) JOAU-FM Tokyo (Key station) Kantō region
FM OSAKA (FMO) JOBU-FM Osaka (Quasi-Key station) Kansai region
FM Aichi (@FM) JOCU-FM Aichi Chūbu region
FM Akita (AFM) JOPU-FM Akita Tōhoku region
FM Aomori (AFB) JOWU-FM Aomori Tōhoku region
FM Ehime (JOEU-FM) JOEU-FM Ehime Shikoku region
FM Fukui JOLU-FM Fukui Chūbu region
FM Fukuoka (F-Fuku) JODU-FM Fukuoka Kyushu region
FM Fukushima JOTV-FM Fukushima Tōhoku region
FM Gifu JOXV-FM Gifu Chūbu region
FM Gunma (FMG) JORU-FM Gunma Kantō region
Hiroshima FM (HFM) JOGU-FM Hiroshima Chūgoku region
FM Hokkaidō (AIR-G') JOFU-FM Hokkaido Hokkaido region
Hyogo FM (Kiss FM KOBE) JOIV-FM Hyōgo Kansai region
FM Ishikawa (HELLO FIVE) JOHV-FM Ishikawa Chūbu region
FM Iwate (FMII) JOQU-FM Iwate Tōhoku region
FM Kagawa JOYU-FM Kagawa Shikoku region
FM Kagoshima (mu FM/μFM) JOOV-FM Kagoshima Kyushu region
FM Kochi (Hi-Six) JOLV-FM Kochi Shikoku region
FM Kumamoto (FMK) JOSU-FM Kumamoto Kyushu region
FM Mie (radio3/radio CUBE) JONU-FM Mie Kansai region
FM Sendai (Date FM) JOJU-FM Miyagi Tōhoku region
FM Miyazaki (JOY FM) JOMU-FM Miyazaki Kyushu region
FM Nagano JOZU-FM Nagano Chūbu region
FM Nagasaki (FMN) JOHU-FM Nagasaki Kyushu region
FM Niigata (FRN) JOXU-FM Niigata Chūbu region
FM Oita (Air Radio FM88) JOJV-FM Oita Kyushu region
FM Okayama (VV-FM) JOVV-FM Okayama Chūgoku region
FM Okinawa JOIU-FM Okinawa Kyushu region
FM Saga (FMS) JONV-FM Saga Kyushu region
FM Shiga (e-radio) JOUV-FM Shiga Kansai region
FM San-in (V-air) JOVU-FM Shimane and Tottori Chūgoku region
FM Shizuoka (K-MIX) JOKU-FM Shizuoka Chūbu region
FM Tochigi (RADIO BERRY) JOSV-FM Tochigi Kantō region
FM Tokushima (F-Toku) JOMV-FM Tokushima Shikoku region
FM Toyama JOOU-FM Toyama Chūbu region
FM Yamagata (RFM, Rhythm Station) JOEV-FM Yamagata Tōhoku region
FM Yamaguchi (FMY) JOUU-FM Yamaguchi Chūgoku region
Nothing -- Chiba, Ibaraki, Kanagawa, Kyoto, Nara, Saitama, Wakayama and Yamanashi Various

Overseas station

Station Call sign Broadcast area
Eco-Paradise FM T8AA-FM Koror, Palau

Originally in JFN, but now independent

Station Call sign Broadcast area (Prefectures)

FM Fuji was a member from 1988 to 1992.

Stations that are planning to have frequencies removed

FMQ League

FMQ League (FMQリーグ FMQ Rigu) is a sub-network of JFN for the region of Kyūshū (excluding Okinawa Prefecture).


  • fm fukuoka
  • FM Saga (FMS)
  • fm nagasaki
  • FM Kumamoto
  • FM Oita (Air Radio FM88)
  • FM Miyazaki (Joy FM)
  • FM Kagoshima (mu FM/μFM)
  • FM Yamaguchi (FMY) (from Chūgoku region)

External links

  • JFN Homepage
  • JFN Portal

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