Studio Nue

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Studio Nue
Type Animation film studio
Industry Media and Entertainment
Founded 1972
Headquarters Mitaka, Tokyo, Japan
Products Animated feature films and Anime series

Studio Nue (Japanese: スタジオぬえ) is a Japanese design studio formed in 1972 (as Crystal Art Studio) by Naoyuki Kato, Kenichi Matsuzaki, Kazutaka Miyatake, and Haruka Takachiho. Crystal Art Studio would change their name to Studio Nue in 1974.

They were known as the co-creators of the Macross franchise (along with Artland (co-production of the first series) and Big West Advertising (financial funding)).

Shōji Kawamori is a notable member of Studio Nue.

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