Dogakobo

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Dogakobo,Inc.
株式会社動画工房
Type Business corporation
Industry Japanese animation
Founded July 11, 1973
Headquarters Nerima, Tokyo, Japan
Website dogakobo.com

Dogakobo,Inc. (株式会社動画工房 Kabushiki kaisha Dōgakōbō?) is a Japanese animation studio formed by former Toei Animation member Hideo Furusawa, located in Nerima, Tokyo, Japan. The studio was established on July 11, 1973 and has been involved in the production of a large amount of anime over the years.

Productions[edit]

This only lists those where they were the lead studio.

Year Title Format Genre Note(s)
1988 Uchuu Kazoku Carlvinson / 'Space Family Carlvinson' OVA Comedy, Sci-Fi Adaption of a manga.
2005 Kahey no Umi (嘉兵衛の海) / 'A Certain Captain's Life' Movie Family Film, Biopic Original work. Biopic of Takadaya Kahei.[1][2]
2006 Memories Off #5: The Interrupted Film OVA Drama, Romance 1 episode. Adaption of a visual novel.[3]
2007 Myself; Yourself TV series Drama, Romance Adaption of a visual novel.
2008 Koihime†Musō (Season 1) TV series Action, Fantasy, Historical, Martial Arts Adaption of a visual novel.
Yakushiji Ryouko no Kaiki Jikenbo / 'Ryoko's Case File' TV series Mystery, Supernatural, Police Adaption of a light novel.
2009 11eyes TV series Action, Fantasy, Romance Adaption of a visual novel.
Shin Koihime†Musō (Season 2 of Koihime Musō) TV series Action, Fantasy, Historical, Martial Arts
Shin Koihime†Musō LIVE Revolution OVA Omake 1 episode special.
2010 映像特典 「黒騎士のほのぼのアニメ感想漫画 {11eyes picture drama} Picture Drama series Self-parody
11eyes OVA OVA Self-parody 1 episode special.
Shin Koihime†Musō: Otome Tairan (Season 3 of Koihime Musō) TV series Action, Fantasy, Historical, Martial Arts
2011 Hoshizora e Kakaru Hashi /'A Bridge to the Starry Skies' TV series Romance, Harem. Adaption of a visual novel.
Hoshizora e Kakaru Hashi OVA /'A Bridge to the Starry Skies OVA' TV series Romance, Harem. 1 episode special.
Yuruyuri (Season 1) TV series Comedy, Slice of life, Yuri Adaption of a manga.
2012 Natsuyuki Rendezvous TV series Romance, Supernatural, Drama Adaption of a manga.
Yuruyuri♪♪ (Season 2) TV series Comedy, Slice of life, Yuri Sequel season.
2013 Mangirl! TV series Comedy Adaption of a 4-panel manga.
GJ-bu TV series Comedy, Slice of Life Adaption of a light novel.
Majestic Prince TV series Mecha, Science fiction Adaption of a manga.
Makai Ōji: Devils and Realist TV series Supernatural, Comedy, Fantasy Adaption of a manga.
Love Lab TV series Comedy, Romance Adaption of a 4-panel manga.
Lovely Movie: Lovely Muuuuuuuco! TV shorts Slice of Life Adaption of a manga.
2014 Mikakunin de Shinkōkei / 'Engaged to the Unidentified' TV series Romantic Comedy, Supernatural Adaption of a 4-panel manga.
GJ-bu@ OVA Comedy, Slice of Life 1 episode special.
Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun / 'Monthly Girls' Nozaki-kun' TV series Romance, Comedy Adaption of a 4-panel manga.
Donten ni Warau / 'Laughing Under the Clouds'[4] TV series Action, Supernatural, Historical Adaption of a manga.
Future releases
2014 Season 2 of Lovely Movie: Lovely Muuuuuuuco! TV shorts Slice of Life Adaption of a manga.
TBA Plastic Memories[5] TV series Sci-Fi Original work.
Mikagura Gakuen Kumikyoku TV series Action, School Adaption of a light novel.

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