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Nippon Housou Kyoukai (日本放送協会), commonly known as NHK is Japan's largest public service televison and radio broadcaster.
While NHK has never been involved in the creation of video games, many of its intellectual properties and television shows have been turned into video games. Due to the nature of the organisation, in the vast majority of cases these products were never sold outside of Japan.
- Fushigi no Umi no Nadia (1991)
- NHK Taiga Drama: Taiheiki (1991)
- Hyokkori Hyoutanjima: Daitouryou o Mezase! (1992)
- Moero!! Pro Yakyuu '95: Double Header (1995)
- Shinseiki Evangelion: Eva to Yukai na Nakamatachi (1998)
- Cardcaptor Sakura: Tomoyo no Video Daisakusen (2000) (as NEP21)
- NHK o-Kaasan to Issho Do Re Mi Fa Do~nuts! Asobi Ippai Uta Ippai! (1995)
- Ultraman Kids Tobidase! Space Picnic (1995)
- NHK o-Kaasan to Issho Genki na Ko Atsumare! (1995)
- Nintama Rantarou (1996)
- NHK o-Kaasan to Issho Do Re Mi Fa Do~nuts! Oekaki Daaisuki! Omoshiro Oekaki Daishuugou! (1998)
- Ojarumaru (1999)
- Gu~chokorantan Minna de Oekaki ! Tanoshii Asobi mo ippai! (2000)
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- Nihongo de Asobo (2006)
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|Japanese television networks|
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