Fujiko Fujio were a popular cartoonist duo from Japan, made up of Hiroshi Fujimoto (1933-1996) and Moto Abiko (1934-). Together they've created many comics, the most popular being Doraemon, which was adapted into a TV series that ran from 1979 to 2005 (26 years!) only to be revived about a month later with a new show which still goes on to this day.
The duo has a long list of comics that they have created, many of which have been adapted into TV series. Tokyo Movie Shinsha (then simply known as Tokyo Movie) produced several in the '60s and '70s, many of them in black and white. "Obake no Q-taro" (Q-taro the Ghost) came first, followed by "Perman" (literally "Superman" without the "Su"), "Kaibutsu Kun" (Monster Prince), then this one...
"Umeboshi Denka" (Denka from Star Ume) was actually the last black and white show that TMS made*, broadcast on TBS (Tokyo Broadcast Service) from April to September of 1969 for 26 episodes. It was a gag-comedy about a royal alien family from another planet who moved to Earth after their planet got destroyed. A Japanese family took them in, resulting in comedic hijinks.
There were attempts to revive the series in color, but it was unsuccessful. They did a feature-film based on it, hoping to gain interest, and Denka even made a guest appearance in one episode of "Doraemon", but all attempts were futile.
As for the 1969 B&W series, the only thing available on the internet are the opening and closing sequences.
Notice that the end sequence has a lot of empty space in layouts. This was because they superimposed screen credits where the empty space is. The video presented above is a non-credit version.
* - One more B&W show from TMS came out after "Denka", called "Chingo Muchabei", broadcast in 1971. However this was actually made in 1968; it didn't air until years later.