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Why is the Kotoji lantern of "Kenrokuen", one of the three great gardens of Japan, short on one leg?

 
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Did you know that Kenrokuen has a radio tower?
 

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Radio tower

Radio tower(Radio old pseudonym notation:Radio tower[1]) IsBroadcaster radioTo the public for the purpose of popularizingRadio broadcastA radio installed in a public space such as a park to let you hearReceiving machineInside塔.

Construction

The material is wooden, stone orReinforced concreteIt is made and the height is about 3MetersIt was built with a size of about 5 meters and a width and depth of about 1.5 meters.[2][3][4]..A type that stores the radio receiver body in a cavity inside the tower[5]Built-in type with speakers on the side and switches on the outside[2][3][4][6][7]was there.In this type, "The power was automatically turned off after the broadcast had flowed for a sufficient period of time.[8]. "

History

Japan Broadcasting Corporation(NHK)Osaka Central Broadcasting Station 1930(Showa5 years)May 6,Osaka OfTennoji ParkFirst installed on the site of the old music hall[6].. The radio tower installed by NHK is officially called a "public listening facility."[5][7],1931(Showa 6)Nara OfNara Park,Kobe City OfMinatogawa KoenTo1932(Showa 7)Kyoto City OfMaruyama ParkInstalled in[6]Was done, the same year,Number of radio reception contractsHas exceeded 100 million cases, and as one of its commemorative projects, installation nationwide has begun.[5].. afterwards1943By (Showa 18), more than 450 places such as parks, temples and schools nationwide[6]It was maintained in (described later). In addition to the cases where it was set up with the donation of NHK, there were cases where it was set up with the investment of local volunteers.[6].. At the same timeTaiwan Broadcasting CorporationIt was also installed in various parts of Taiwan.In parallel with the installation of the radio tower, NHKMinistry of RailwaysRadio broadcasting equipment was installed in the main station yard of[9][10].

The radio tower installed by NHKRadio gymnastics,Sports broadcastIt is said that it was widely used during broadcasting[6].

Private broadcastingAfter the start1955(Showa 30) On July 7,Shinetsu Broadcasting Ueda Castle Ruins ParkHas a radio tower in[11][12][13].

With the spread of radio receivers in each home, there are a number of cases where they are gradually obsolete and are left unattended or removed.Cultural propertyThere are some cases of maintenance and utilization.

List of radio tower locations

The location and year of installation of NHK's radio tower are "Radio Yearbook" and "Radio Yearbook" by the Japan Broadcasting Corporation (ed.).[5][14][2][3][4][15][16][9][10][17]Depends on. It is believed that there are many errors in the description of the location in the "Radio Yearbook" and "Radio Yearbook".[18]However, except for the obvious mistake, it is quoted as it is without correction.The name of the municipality is the current one.

It also includes cases where the facility / land itself at the installation site does not exist, and cases where the installation may not have been completed due to the plan alone.

Items that are extant or restored are marked with a star.Most of these are in the form only, and few maintain their original functions of receiving and loudening medium wave (AM radio) broadcasts.Special notes on each bulleted item for usage examples.

The one at the beginning of installation does not exist, but the example where the radio tower as equipment is still used is marked with ■.

Hokkaido

Installed in 1932 (Showa 7)
Installed in 1933 (Showa 8)
Installed in 1936 (Showa 11)
Installed in 1938 (Showa 13)
Installed in 1940 (Showa 15)
Installed in 1941 (Showa 16)
Installation time unknown

Tohoku

Installed in 1932 (Showa 7)
Installed in 1939 (Showa 14)
Installed in 1940 (Showa 15)
Installation time unknown

Kanto

Installed in 1932 (Showa 7)
Installed in 1933 (Showa 8)
Installed in 1934 (Showa 9)
  • Mobile Radio Tower --- "Radio Yearbook 8 Edition" describes the plan to "temporarily move and install it in various places as needed", and "Radio Yearbook 9 Edition" and later are described as "for movement" in the direct jurisdiction column. ing
Installed in 1937 (Showa 12)
Installed in 1938 (Showa 13)
Installed in 1940 (Showa 15)
Installation time unknown

Hokuriku / Koshinetsu

Installed in 1932 (Showa 7)
Installed in 1933 (Showa 8)
Installed in 1937 (Showa 12)
Installed in 1940 (Showa 15)
Installed in 1955 (Showa 30)
  • ★Ueda Castle Ruins Park(Installation by SBC in Ueda City, Nagano Prefecture, it is unknown whether it will be taken over by NHK, which will be described later, or installed separately)[11] --Existing[12][13]
Installation time unknown

Tokai

Installed in 1932 (Showa 7)
Installed in 1933 (Showa 8)
Installed in 1940 (Showa 15)
Installation time unknown

Kinki

Installed in 1930 (Showa 5)
Installed in 1931 (Showa 6)
Installed in 1932 (Showa 7)
Installed in 1933 (Showa 8)
Installed in 1935 (Showa 10)
Installed in 1937 (Showa 12)
Installed in 1938 (Showa 13)
Installed in 1939 (Showa 14)
Installed in 1940 (Showa 15)
Installation time unknown

Chugoku

Installed in 1932 (Showa 7)
Installed in 1933 (Showa 8)
Installed in 1935 (Showa 10)
Installed in 1936 (Showa 11)
Installed in 1939 (Showa 14)
Installed in 1940 (Showa 15)
Installation time unknown

Shikoku

Installed in 1932 (Showa 7)
Installed in 1933 (Showa 8)
Installed in 1935 (Showa 10)
  • ★ Shiogama Shrine (KagawaMitoyo)[116] --Existing[46][117].. 1957 (Showa 32) Attached the inscription "Commemorating the completion of the salt pans.There is a radio tower set up to commemorate the completion of the project in the area, but this is a rare case where the radio tower was later converted to a monument.[118][119].
Installed in 1939 (Showa 14)
Installed in 1940 (Showa 15)
Installation time unknown

Kyushu, Okinawa

Installed in 1932 (Showa 7)
Installed in 1935 (Showa 10)
Installed in 1936 (Showa 11)
Installed in 1937 (Showa 12)
Installed in 1938 (Showa 13)
  • Minato Park (Nagasaki City)
Installed in 1939 (Showa 14)
Installed in 1940 (Showa 15)
Installed in 1941 (Showa 16)
Installation time unknown

Old foreign land, etc.

Installed in 1934 (Showa 9)
Installed in 1940 (Showa 15)
Installed in 1941 (Showa 16)
Installation time unknown
  • ★Taichung Park(Taiwan Taichung CityKita Installed by Taiwan Broadcasting Corporation)[46] --Existing as a broadcasting stand loudspeaker (former name: broadcasting head)[156]
  • ★ Pingtung Park (Taiwan) Pingtung City Established by Taiwan Broadcasting Corporation) --Existing[46]

footnote

  1. ^ About the fluctuation of kana notation and the transition of the timesRadio #Overviewreference.
  2. ^ a b c d Japan Broadcasting Corporation (ed.) "Radio Yearbook 10 Edition"pp.286-287 "Radio Tower" --Location, year of installation, size and material.Described as "burned down" about the Higashikawa Radio Tower.
  3. ^ a b c Japan Broadcasting Corporation (ed.) "Radio Yearbook 11 Edition"pp.356-357 "Radio Tower" --Location, year of installation, size and material.
  4. ^ a b c Japan Broadcasting Corporation (ed.) "Radio Yearbook 12 Edition"pp.372-373 "Radio Tower" --Location, year of installation, size and material.
  5. ^ a b c d Japan Broadcasting Corporation (ed.) "Radio Yearbook 8 Edition"pp.660-661 "Public listening facility" --Location (including planned site), year of installation.Of these, p.661 is a blueprint for a radio tower with a door.
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i Masahiko Yoshii "Visit the "Radio Tower" (PDF) "Monthly Minpaku" Vol. 35, No. 5,National Museum of Ethnology, December 2011,2015th of February 10Browse.
  7. ^ a b c d e f Kumiko Nakatsuka (May 2012, 5). "[Radio Tower] A long time ago role ... never finished (cash)". Asahi Shimbun (Osaka: Asahi Shimbun Osaka Head Office). https://web.archive.org/web/20190824063915/http://www.asahi.com/kansai/travel/kansaiisan/OSK201205230020.html 2020th of February 4Browse. 
  8. ^ Fifty years of broadcasting historyJapan Broadcast Publishing Association. (1977-03-10). P. 82 
  9. ^ a b Japan Broadcasting Corporation (ed.) "Radio Yearbook 16 Edition"pp.322-326 "Radio Tower Facility Ichigo" --Location and year of installation.
  10. ^ a b Japan Broadcasting Corporation (ed.) "Radio Yearbook 17 Edition"pp.317-323 "Radio Tower Facility Ichigo" --Location and year of installation.
  11. ^ a b Shin-etsu Broadcasting Co., Ltd. (ed.) "Roof of Japan Shin-etsu Broadcasting 10 Year History" (Shin-etsu Broadcasting, 1961) End chronology
  12. ^ a b "History of Ueda Castle Episode 12 "Park as a place of relaxation for citizens" (cash)". Ueda. 2020th of February 4Browse.
  13. ^ a b c d Radio tower
  14. ^ a b Japan Broadcasting Corporation (ed.) "Radio Yearbook 9 Edition"pp.410-411 "National Radio Tower Construction Sites" --Location.Photograph of Sapporo Nakajima Park Radio Tower on p.411.
  15. ^ Japan Broadcasting Corporation (ed.) "Radio Yearbook 13 Edition"pp.240-241 "National Radio Tower Construction Sites" --Location and year of installation.
  16. ^ Japan Broadcasting Corporation (ed.) "Radio Yearbook 15 Edition"pp.277-278 "Radio Tower Facility Ichigo" --Location and year of installation.
  17. ^ Japan Broadcasting Corporation (ed.) "Radio Yearbook 18 Edition"pp.243-245 "Public Radio Tower Facility" --Locations not listed in previous yearbooks.
  18. ^ a b "Checked in Kobe, a radio tower that broadcasts on the streets before and during the war". Kobe newspaper(November 2011, 11). オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2012, 5.. https://web.archive.org/web/20120520203952/http://www.kobe-np.co.jp/news/shakai/0004577653.shtml 2015th of February 10Browse. 
  19. ^ The "Radio Yearbook Showa 8th Edition" and "Radio Yearbook Showa 9th Edition" only mention "Hakodate Higashikawa Koen" and the specific location is unknown.
  20. ^ The "Radio Yearbook" only mentions "Kameda-gun Onuma Park" and the specific location is unknown.
  21. ^ The "Radio Yearbook 17 Edition" only says "Abashiri-cho Minamiichi Higashiichi" and there is no description of the location.
  22. ^ "Radio Yearbook 17" only says "Akkeshi-cho Matsubac-cho" and does not mention the location.
  23. ^ After "Radio Yearbook Showa 16th Edition", there is only "Rumoicho Minami Odori" and there is no description of the location.
  24. ^ The "Radio Yearbook 17 Edition" only says "Setana Town Kanazu Town" and does not mention the location.
  25. ^ "Radio Yearbook 17" only says "Esashi-cho Nakautacho" and there is no description of the location.
  26. ^ "Radio Yearbook 17 Edition" states "Horobetsu-gunThere is no description of the location, only "Noboribetsu Onsen, Horobetsu Village"
  27. ^ "Radio Yearbook 17" only mentions "Wakkanai-cho Shrine" and the specific location is unknown.
  28. ^ The "Radio Yearbook 17 Edition" only mentions "Furano Town Market", and the "Radio Yearbook 18 Edition" only mentions "Furano Town City", so the specific location is unknown.
  29. ^ "Radio Yearbook 18 Edition" states "Abuta TownThere is no description of the location, only "Toyako Onsen"
  30. ^ The "Radio Yearbook Showa 18th Edition" only says "Teshikaga Town" and does not mention the location.
  31. ^ "Radio Yearbook 16 Edition" only says "Sendai City Otamayashita" and there is no description of the location.
  32. ^ In "Radio Yearbook 17", it is mistakenly written as "Morioka Park".
  33. ^ The "Radio Yearbook" only mentions "Uenoyamacho Ekimae-dori" and the specific location is unknown.
  34. ^ The "Radio Yearbook" only mentions "Shirakawacho Ekimae-dori" and the specific location is unknown.
  35. ^ In "Radio Yearbook 17 Edition", it is mistakenly written as "Dai"
  36. ^ In "Radio Yearbook 17", it is mistakenly written as "Mawatari Park".
  37. ^ The "Radio Yearbook Showa 18th Edition" only mentions "Wakayanagi-cho Shrine precincts" and the specific location is unknown.
  38. ^ The "Radio Yearbook Showa 18th Edition" only mentions "Furukawacho Tokamachi Kaku" and the specific location is unknown.
  39. ^ The "Radio Yearbook Showa 18th Edition" only mentions "Miyagi Prefecture Matsushima Kaigan Park Square" and the specific location is unknown.
  40. ^ In "Radio Yearbook Showa 18th Edition", it is mistakenly written as "each town"
  41. ^ In the "Radio Yearbook, Showa 18th Edition", it is described as "Marici, Motomiya Town, Fukushima Prefecture".The temple is unknown
  42. ^ Described only in "Radio Yearbook 16 Edition".
  43. ^ "AK Radio Tower Unveiling Ceremony" Sumida Park Amana Images --Copyright文藝 春秋
  44. ^ My “Tokyo Air Raid” Masae Oda | NHK War Testimony Archives - NHK Archives PortalTestimony about "Radio Tower Square in Sumida Park". "Sanyabori Sumida RiverIt is said that it was in the area where it flows into, which confirms that it was on the Taito Ward side of the park that straddles both banks.
  45. ^ "About holding the exhibition "Gymnastics in the early Showa period"". 横 浜 市 (September 2010, 7). 2015th of February 10Browse.[Broken link]
  46. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao Tomohiro Okamoto "Maybe it's in the neighborhood? Traces of prewar street radio "Radio Tower" Daily portal Z, October 2019, 10-Interview with a radio tower researcher in the field and a list of photos of existing radio towers.
  47. ^ "Maebashi City Central Children's Playground (Luna Park) Old Radio Tower". National Institute of InformaticsCultural Heritage Online. 2015th of February 10Browse.
  48. ^ Central Children's Amusement Park Radio Tower Maebashi
  49. ^ In "Radio Yearbook 16", it is written as "Chomiya Park"
  50. ^ Described as "Kawagoe Municipal Ground" in "Radio Yearbook"
  51. ^ "Hakusan Park". Niigata. 2015th of February 10Browse.
  52. ^ "News from Kenrokuen Flower, August 2015, 27 (No. 8)". Kanazawa (September 2015, 8). 2015th of February 10Browse.
  53. ^ a b "Unnamed lantern is a radio tower Kenrokuen". Hokoku newspaper. http://www.47news.jp/smp/localnews/hotnews/2012/05/post_20120526102402.php 2016th of February 5Browse. [Broken link][Broken link]
  54. ^ The "Radio Yearbook" only mentions "Ueda City Park Square" and the specific location is unknown.
  55. ^ Described as "Shimizu Park" in "Radio Yearbook"
  56. ^ a b c d e f g Nagoya City Hall (ed.) "Nagoya park(1943) pp.3-7 "Facility overview" column of "Park list".
  57. ^ "Radio Yearbook 16 Edition" states "ShimizuOnly "Minatomachi XNUMX-chome" is described and the specific location is unknown.
  58. ^ "Radio Yearbook Showa 18th Edition" includes "Tajimi City"Toki RiverOnly "shore" is described and the specific location is unknown
  59. ^ Radio Tower Chunichi Shimbun, which inherits the story of the war, February 2017, 29, morning edition, page 2
  60. ^ “Locals seek to preserve Nagoya park's wartime radio broadcast tower”. The Japan Times(July 2017, 3). http://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2017/03/06/national/locals-seek-preserve-nagoya-parks-wartime-radio-broadcast-tower/ 
  61. ^ a b c d e f g h Not listed in "Radio Yearbook"
  62. ^ "Unpoco Expedition Maruyama Park (Cash)”. Kyoto Shimbun. 2020th of February 4Browse.
  63. ^ "The highlight of Sumiyoshi Park "Radio Tower"”. City park management community. 2015th of February 10Browse.
  64. ^ "Prefectural Park 120th Anniversary Event "Sumiyoshi Park Radio Tower Unveiling Ceremony"”. Osaka Prefectural Park Association. 2015th of February 10Browse.
  65. ^ "Restored the radio tower in Ohama Park (cash) (PDF)". Sakai City (September 2011, 4). 2020th of February 4Browse.
  66. ^ "Resurrection of the radio tower in the early Showa period, the only broadcast in Japan (cash)". Kyoto Shimbun(July 2015, 4). https://web.archive.org/web/20160305025307/http://www.kyoto-np.co.jp/top/article/20150417000022 2020th of February 4Browse. 
  67. ^ "Akashi's designated and registered cultural property (FY31) (PDF)”. Akashi City Citizens' Life Bureau Cultural Promotion Division Cultural Properties Section. 2020th of February 4Browse.
  68. ^ "Nakasaki Playground Radio Tower”. National Institute of Informatics Cultural Heritage Online. 2015th of February 10Browse.
  69. ^ Described as "Otemae Park in Osaka City" after "Radio Yearbook 16"
  70. ^ “Looking for a radio tower, nationwide pilgrimage, let's go on a journey beyond space-time”. Kyoto Shimbun(July 2015, 5). http://www.kyoto-np.co.jp/sightseeing/article/20150520000063 2015th of February 10Browse. [Broken link]
  71. ^ a b c d e "Let's walk around the radio tower in Kyoto 8 units have existed since the early Showa period". Kyoto Shimbun(July 2016, 2). http://www.kyoto-np.co.jp/sightseeing/article/20160226000028 2016th of February 5Browse. [Broken link]
  72. ^ Described as "Kyoto Prefecture Yase Park" after "Radio Yearbook 16"
  73. ^ "Kyoto Prefecture" in "Radio Yearbook"Miyazu TownOnly "Amanohashidate" is mentioned and the specific location is unknown.
  74. ^ 1-chome, Nakakosaka, Higashi-Osaka City. Described as "Fuse City Kosaka Park" after "Radio Yearbook 16 Edition"
  75. ^ "" Radio Tower "is newly discovered in Higashi Osaka". Sankei Shimbun Osaka Headquarters Social aspect: p. 26. (September 2017, 5). http://www.sankei.com/west/news/170517/wst1705170093-n1.html 
  76. ^ "Radio exercises in front of that newly discovered" radio tower "". Sankei Shimbun Osaka Headquarters Edition Social "Crossroad" Evening Edition: p. 11. (September 2017, 7). http://www.sankei.com/west/news/170721/wst1707210034-n1.html 
  77. ^ Described as "Toyonaka City Toyonaka Small Park" in "Radio Yearbook 16 Edition" and "Toyonaka City Small Park" in "Radio Yearbook 17 Edition"
  78. ^ "Radio Yearbook" includes "Hyogo Prefecture"Mt. RokkosanDescribed as "park"
  79. ^ "Radio Yearbook 17 Edition" states "Nara Prefecture"GoshomachiOnly "Small park" is described and the specific location is unknown
  80. ^ "Radio Yearbook 17 Edition" only mentions "Yoshinoyama Park, Nara Prefecture" and the specific location is unknown.
  81. ^ "Radio Yearbook 17 Edition" only mentions "Wakayama City Wakaura Park" and the specific location is unknown.
  82. ^ "Radio Yearbook 17 Edition" states "Wakayama Prefecture"Tanabe TownOnly "Park" is mentioned and the specific location is unknown
  83. ^ The "Radio Yearbook 17 Edition" only mentions "inside Yahatachō Park, Shiga Prefecture" and the specific location is unknown.
  84. ^ "Radio Yearbook 17 Edition" states "Nankai trainOnly "Nagano along the railway line" is described and the specific location is unknown.
  85. ^ The "Radio Yearbook 17 Edition" only mentions "Tannowa along the Nankai Electric Railway" and the specific location is unknown.
  86. ^ "Radio Yearbook 17 Edition" states "HankyuOnly "Nishinomiya along the railway line" is mentioned and the specific location is unknown.
  87. ^ The "Radio Yearbook 17 Edition" only mentions "Hankyu Line Shukugawa Bank" and the specific location is unknown.
  88. ^ The "Radio Yearbook 17 Edition" only mentions "Itami along the Hankyu line" and the specific location is unknown.
  89. ^ The "Radio Yearbook 17 Edition" only mentions "Muko Riverside along the Hankyu Line" and the specific location is unknown.
  90. ^ The "Radio Yearbook 17 Edition" only mentions "inside Takada Town Park, Nara Prefecture" and the specific location is unknown.
  91. ^ "Radio Yearbook 17 Edition" states "TanbaichichoOnly "Kawahara Castle New Embankment" is described and the specific location is unknown.
  92. ^ "JOTK opening commemorative radio tower". Shimane University. 2015th of February 10Browse.[Broken link]
  93. ^ "1st Historic Site Matsue Castle Conservation Management Plan Development Committee Document 19 Historic Site Matsue Castle Issue List (Cash) (PDF)". Matsue (September 2015, 2). 2020th of February 4Browse.
  94. ^ "Radio Yearbook 16 Edition" and later "ImaichiThere is a description of "paradise", but details are unknown
  95. ^ "Radio Yearbook 16 Edition" and later erroneously written as "Oyabu Park"
  96. ^ After "Radio Yearbook 16", "Takamatsu TownInari Shrine "
  97. ^ a b “Street radios installed in various places before street TV -Radio Tower-”. Citizen's open space Okayama (Okayama City): p. 8. (February 2016). http://www.city.okayama.jp/contents/000244403.pdf 2020th of February 4Browse. 
  98. ^ Nobuhiko Konishi (2008-12). Walking on the railway heritage Okayama National RailwaysKibijin Publishing. P. 147 
  99. ^ There is a description of "Takahashi Town Hokoku Radio Gymnastics Venue" after "Radio Yearbook 16", but details are unknown.
  100. ^ After "Radio Yearbook 16", only "Mihara Municipal Ground" is described and the specific location is unknown.
  101. ^ Aki DistrictFuchu TownIs it?Ashina-gunI don't know.In addition, the "Radio Yearbook 16 Edition" only mentions "Fuchu-cho Shrine precincts" and the specific location is unknown.
  102. ^ After "Radio Yearbook 16", it is mistakenly written as "Hayatani Shrine, Ube City".
  103. ^ The "Radio Yearbook 16 Edition" only mentions "Fukuyama City Amusement Park" and the specific location is unknown.
  104. ^ In "Radio Yearbook 17", it is mistakenly written as "Sugihara Park".
  105. ^ After "Radio Yearbook 16", "MitsuchoOnly "in the park" is stated and the specific location is unknown
  106. ^ Described as "Yuda Park, Yamaguchi City" in "Radio Yearbook"
  107. ^ After "Radio Yearbook 16", only "Hagi Municipal Ground" is described and the specific location is unknown.
  108. ^ "Radio Yearbook 17 Edition" states "Aoya TownThere is no description of the location
  109. ^ "Radio Yearbook 17 Edition" states "Sakai TownSakaemachiOnly "vacant lot" is described and the specific location is unknown
  110. ^ "Radio Yearbook 17 Edition" says "PairHandOnly "Machi Hirata Shrine Shinen" is mentioned and the specific location is unknown.
  111. ^ The "Radio Yearbook 17 Edition" only mentions "Tsuwano Town Tsuwano Shrine" and the specific location is unknown.
  112. ^ "Radio Yearbook 17" only says "Katagamimachi" and does not mention the location.
  113. ^ "Radio tower (cash)”. Tokushima City. 2020th of February 4Browse.
  114. ^ "Radio tower』- Koto bank --The authority is Nichigai Associates "Encyclopedia Japan's Regional Heritage"
  115. ^ Discover! Tokushima Citizen's Heritage 45 Tokushima City Citizens' Environment Department Culture Promotion Division
  116. ^ "Radio Yearbook 17" includes "Kagawa Prefecture"Mitoyo-gunNioMisrepresented as "amusement park"
  117. ^ Japan Broadcasting Corporation (ed.) "Radio Yearbook 11 Edition"p.319 "Radio Tower, Nio-cho, Mitoyo City, Kagawa Prefecture"
  118. ^ “Discover the Radio Tower in Nio!”. RNC news every.(November 2017, 6). オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2017, 6.. https://web.archive.org/web/20170628201319/http://www.rnc.co.jp/news/index.asp?mode=1&nwnbr=2017060608 
  119. ^ “Pre-war“ Radio Tower ”was confirmed for the first time in Mitoyo City”. Shikoku Shimbun(July 2017, 11). https://shikoku-np.co.jp/bl/news/kagawa/evening-detail.aspx?kid=20171112000192 
  120. ^ The "Radio Yearbook 17 Edition" only mentions "Sakaidecho Square, Kagawa Prefecture, next to the statue" and the specific location is unknown.
  121. ^ "Radio Yearbook 17" includes "Kagawa Prefecture"HiraimachiOnly "Oaza Hiragi Square" is mentioned and the specific location is unknown.
  122. ^ "Radio Yearbook 17" includes "Ehime Prefecture"Uwa TownOnly "Tsubogaya Park" is mentioned and the specific location is unknown.
  123. ^ "Radio Yearbook 17" includes "Ehime Prefecture"Hashihama TownOnly "Three-way junction" is described and the specific location is unknown
  124. ^ The "Radio Yearbook Showa 18th Edition" only mentions "Komatsushimacho Amusement Park" and the specific location is unknown.
  125. ^ "Radio Yearbook Showa 18th Edition" includes "Kochi Prefecture"Muroto TownThere is no description of the location
  126. ^ The "Radio Yearbook" only mentions "Hachiman Miyata Amusement Park" and the specific location is unknown.In addition, there is no description in "Radio Yearbook 17 Edition".
  127. ^ "Radio Tower: Continue to stare at the devastation of the atomic bomb ... 81 years old this year" ". Mainichi Newspapers(July 2017, 5). https://mainichi.jp/articles/20170509/k00/00e/040/259000c  --Mainichi Shimbun Western Evening Edition May 2017, 5, Nagasaki Edition May 9, 5
  128. ^ Born before the war? Radio Tower is still active Nagasaki Shimbun, December 2017, 5 17 pages[Broken link]
  129. ^ Radio tower in Nagasaki Park, still active war situation report, now "gymnastics" broadcast Local "rare items as new specialties" (cash) West Japan NewspaperNagasaki version, May 2017, 5
  130. ^ "Radio Yearbook 16 Edition" states "Fukushima TownOnly "Yame Park" is mentioned and the specific location is unknown.Also, in the "Radio Yearbook 17", it was mistakenly written as "Yame Park, Fukuoka City".
  131. ^ The "Radio Yearbook 16 Edition" only mentions "Dazaifu Higashien", and the "Radio Yearbook 17 Edition" only mentions "Dazaifu Town Higashien, Fukuoka Prefecture", and the specific location is unknown.
  132. ^ The "Radio Yearbook 16 Edition" only mentions "Sasebo City", and the "Radio Yearbook 17 Edition" only mentions "Sasebo City Memorial Park", so the specific location is unknown.
  133. ^ Described only in "Radio Yearbook 17 Edition".
  134. ^ "Radio Yearbook 16 Edition" is "Unzen Park Green Zone", "Radio Yearbook 17 Edition" is "Nagasaki Prefecture"Obama TownOnly "Unzen Park" is mentioned and the specific location is unknown.
  135. ^ "Radio Yearbook" says "Hinagu TownOnly "Kaigan Odori" is mentioned and the specific location is unknown.
  136. ^ "Radio Yearbook" says "Yamaga TownThe specific location is unknown as it is only described as "Arihiroba"
  137. ^ The "Radio Yearbook 16 Edition" only mentions "Nakatsu City Park", and the "Radio Yearbook 17 Edition" only mentions "Nakatsu City Nakatsu Park", so the specific location is unknown.
  138. ^ "Radio Yearbook 17 Edition" states "Imari TownThere is no description of the location, only "Aioi Bridge"
  139. ^ "Radio Yearbook 17 Edition" states "Obama TownOnly "Agemachi coast" is described and the specific location is unknown.
  140. ^ In "Radio Yearbook 17", it is mistakenly written as "Kameyama Park".
  141. ^ "Radio Yearbook 17 Edition" states "HitoyoshiDescribed as "Foothill Park"
  142. ^ "Radio Yearbook 17 Edition" only says "Mitsusemachi, Nobeoka City (another notation of Mitsusemachi)", but there is no description of the location.
  143. ^ In "Radio Yearbook 17", it is mistakenly written as "Surinohama".
  144. ^ The "Radio Yearbook 17 Edition" only mentions "Tshimmachi Park" and the specific location is unknown.
  145. ^ "Radio Yearbook Showa 18th Edition" includes "Fukuoka Prefecture Ships"TenOnly "Ya Park" is mentioned and the specific location is unknown.
  146. ^ In "Radio Yearbook Showa 18th Edition", it is mistakenly written as "Sankei Shrine".
  147. ^ "Radio Yearbook Showa 18th Edition" includes "Nagasaki Prefecture"MotegiOnly "Shiomizaki Amusement Park Square" is described and the specific location is unknown.
  148. ^ "Radio Yearbook Showa 18th Edition" only mentions "Mifunecho Odori" and the specific location is unknown.
  149. ^ "Radio Yearbook Showa 18th Edition" only says "Konan Bridge, Kosa Town" and does not mention the location.
  150. ^ "Radio Yearbook Showa 18th Edition" includes "Kumamoto Prefecture"Uchinomaki TownShared hot spring resortThere is no description of the place, only "Plaza"
  151. ^ "Radio Yearbook 18 Edition" states "MatsubasemachiOnly "Main Street" is mentioned and the specific location is unknown.
  152. ^ The "Radio Yearbook Showa 18th Edition" only mentions "Takanabecho Eki-dori" and the specific location is unknown.
  153. ^ In "Radio Yearbook Showa 18th Edition", it is mistakenly written as "Tsunakake Bridge"
  154. ^ "Radio Yearbook 18 Edition" states "Shuri CityThe specific location is unknown as it is only described as "Plaza in front of the residence". "Sho's residence"PalaceIt seems to point to, but it is unknown which palace.
  155. ^ "Radio Yearbook 17 Edition" states "KarafutoMoka TownOnly "Park" is mentioned and the specific location is unknown
  156. ^ "Broadcasting Electric Station Hakuondai (Broadcasting Head)". Ministry of CultureBureau of Cultural Heritage. 2015th of February 10Browse.[Broken link]

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