The list of radio stations in Japan lists all the national/regional radio stations in Japan.
Because of governmental regulation, Japan has a relatively small number of radio stations. Japan also has a comparatively smaller number of radio listeners nationwide than most other developed countries as well as countries in the geographic region. This is because of several factors, including the cultural difference in perception of radio, the fact that cars in Japan come with dashboard televisions fitted as standard, as well as general disinterest in the medium among working younger audiences compared with other mediums, especially television. Generally, each prefecture has three NHK stations, one private AM station, and one private FM station. Heavily populated areas, such as Kantō region or Kansai region, have more stations.
The stations with "TV" signs also broadcast television. Many stations have multiple frequencies (repeaters).
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