FM Osaka

City Minato-ku, Osaka
Broadcast area Osaka Prefecture
Branding FM Osaka
Frequency 85.1 MHz
Translator(s) Nose 77.4 MHz
First air date April 1, 1970 (1970-04-01)
Format Full Service, J-Pop
Language(s) Japanese
Power 10,000 watts
Affiliations Japan FM Network
Owner FM Osaka Co., Ltd.
FM OSAKA Tower Station

FM Osaka (エフエム大阪) is an FM radio station in Osaka, Japan. The station is an affiliate of Japan FM Network (JFN).

FM Osaka started broadcasting on April 1, 1970. It was the second commercial FM radio station to launch in Japan after FM Aichi. During its early years, FM Osaka transmitted from Mount Ikoma but later moved to Mount Iimori.

FM Osaka's main studios are located at "Minatomachi River Place" in Minato, Naniwa, Osaka, in use since July 22, 2002. Its previous studios was at the Asahi Shimbun Osaka Headquarters building in Nakanoshima.

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