Ōgon no Hibi
is a 1978 Japanese television series. It is the 16th NHK taiga drama, and is based on Saburo Shiroyama's novel of the same title. The series is the first taiga drama to focus on the lives of commoners and merchants, and the first taiga drama to be filmed outside Japan.
It depicts the lives of merchants and people of Sakai city in the Sengoku period.