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Cartoon Network Japan
Cartoon Network
Launched September 1, 1997
Owned by Time Warner
Country Japan
Website www.cartoon.co.jp
Availability
Satellite
SKY PerfecTV! Channel 271
SKY PerfecTV! e2 Channel 331
I-Hits Channel 240
JC-Hits Channel 780
The original Cartoon Network logo


In Japan, Cartoon Network is broadcast on the SKY PerfecTV! platform, cable, and on broadband TV platforms. Cartoon Network Japan airs several anime, traditional Cartoon Network programs, as well as acquired other non-Japanese programs. All non-Japanese programs are available with the original English audio, as well as the Japanese language dub.

Contents

Current Programming Blocks

Boomerang

Similar to the Boomerang network in the United States, this variant (everyday, 11p-1a) airs Western classic cartoons like The Jetsons and Birdman along with Japanese classics such as Kimba The White Lion and Triton Of The Sea.

Cartoon Midnight

Cartoon Midnight is a late night block (Su-F, midnight) that showcases various international and arthouse films.

Cartoon Network Theatre → Cartoon Network Popcorn

Showcases and premieres movies, similar to Cartoon Network USA's "The Flicks" (Su-F, 11a-12:30p)

Past Programming Blocks

Pipora Pepora

Cartoon Network Japan's home for preschool programming (M-F 7a-9a, Sa-Su 2p-4p). Hosted by gingerbread men, the block showcases preschool cartoons from all over the world like Peppa Pig, Noukie's Pictures, and Papillon Et Mamillon.

Toonami

Based on the American action block Toonami (M-F, 4p-5p), the robot TOM presents Western action cartoons such as Teen Titans and The Batman.

Gururi! World Tour

A showcase for various foreign cartoon shows (M-Sa, 11a-12a).

Shows aired on Cartoon Network Japan

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