It's used on the earthquake warnings. Here's an image:
text: 緊急地震速報 (気象庁)
I have searched all over Google and everything - it can't be found, which is why I am asking here.
thanks in advance :)
I suppose that your image was clipped from the NHK newscast. (Below is from a random YouTube video)
The text in question (#1) seems to be N-太角ゴシック体, which actually is a dead copy of ゴナ, but still identifiable since they are using another typeface マール (#2) from the same vendor at the same time. The #3 is ニューセザンヌ from an irrelevant company.
Both #1 and ゴナ are hardly obtainable, because #1 is provided exclusively for TV superimposition, and ゴナ is only bundled with its vendor's professional-use typesetting machines. You can either purchase ゴナ strings from an online pay-per-letter outline shop, or use 新ゴ instead.