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Sunrise Inc.
株式会社サンライズ
Type Kabushiki kaisha
Subsidiary
Industry Animation studio and production enterprise
Founded September 1972
Headquarters Suginami, Tokyo, Japan
Key people Takayuki Yoshii
(Chairman and CEO)
Kenji Uchida
(President)
Employees 224
Parent Namco Bandai Holdings
Subsidiaries Sunrise Music Publishing
Sunrise Interactive
Website sunrise-inc.co.jp
References: [1][2]

Sunrise Inc. (株式会社サンライズ Kabushiki-gaisha Sanraizu?) is a Japanese animation studio and production enterprise. It is a subsidiary of Namco Bandai Holdings. Its former name was Nippon Sunrise, and prior to that, Sunrise Studios.[3] Its headquarters is located in Suginami, Tokyo.[4]

Among Japan's largest and most famous studios, Sunrise is renowned for several critically lauded and popular original anime series, such as Gundam, Armored Trooper Votoms, Yoroiden Samurai Troopers, Crush Gear Turbo, The Vision of Escaflowne, Cowboy Bebop, Witch Hunter Robin, My-HiME, My-Otome, Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion, Tiger & Bunny, Valvrave the Liberator, as well as its numerous adaptations of acclaimed light novels including Dirty Pair, Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere and Accel World, and manga such as City Hunter, InuYasha, Outlaw Star, Yakitate!! Japan, Planetes, Keroro Gunso, Gin Tama and several others. Because of the fluidity of much of their work, some fans refer to some of their animation as "Sunrise Smooth."

Anime created by Sunrise that have won the Animage Anime Grand Prix prize are Mobile Suit Gundam in 1979 and the first half of 1980, Space Runaway Ideon in the second half of 1980, Crusher Joe (co-production with Studio Nue) in 1983, Dirty Pair in 1985, Future GPX Cyber Formula in 1991, Gundam SEED in 2002, Gundam SEED Destiny in 2004 and 2005, Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion in 2006 and 2007 and Code Geass R2 in 2008.

History[edit]

According to an interview with members of Sunrise the studio was founded by former members of Mushi Production in 1972, under the name Sunrise Studio, Limited (有限会社サンライズスタジオ Yugen-kaisha Sanraizu Sutajio?). Rather than having production of anime revolve around a single creator, as was the case for Mushi, which was headed by Osamu Tezuka, Sunrise decided that production should focus around the producers, a strategy that continues to this date. The market for mainstream anime, such as manga adaptations, sports shows, and adaptations of popular children's stories, was dominated by existing company, and as such, Sunrise decided to focus on robot anime, which were known to be more difficult to animate, but could be used as promotion to sell toys. Sunrise's specialization on robot anime continues to this date.[5]

Sunrise has been involved in many popular and acclaimed anime television series, including Mobile Suit Gundam (and all its various spinoffs and sequels since 1979), the Mashin Eiyūden Wataru series (1988–1997), the Yūsha series (1990–1997), the Eldran series (1991–1993) which has now become part of the Yūsha series since the Takara Tomy merger, and the Crest of the Stars series (1999–2001). They produced the apocalyptic Space Runaway Ideon in 1980.

They have co-produced a number of series with Toei Company, including Majokko Tickle (from episode 16 onwards, episodes 1-15 were produced by Neo Media Production) and the Robot Romance Trilogy which Toei Company had Sunrise animate for them on their behalf; Chōdenji Robo Combattler V (1976), Chōdenji Machine Voltes V (1977), Tōshō Daimos (1978), and Cyborg 009 (1979) that was a co-production with Toei's animation division Toei Animation. Sunrise is especially known for their mecha anime series (including Gundam) such as Invincible Steel Man Daitarn 3 (1978), Fang of the Sun Dougram (1981), the Armored Trooper Votoms and Aura Battler Dunbine series (1983), Blue Comet SPT Layzner (1985), Patlabor (1989), The Vision of Escaflowne (1996), The Big O (1999/2003), Overman King Gainer (2002), Zegapain (2007), Code Geass (2006/2008), Tiger & Bunny (2011), and Valvrave the Liberator (2013). They even worked alongside Tsuburaya Productions to animate the anime The Ultraman (1979).

They also have did some co-production and cooperative works for other anime titles for other anime studios like Space Battleship Yamato 1 (Academy Productions and Group TAC) (1974), Gaiking (Toei Animation) and Gowappa 5 Gōdam (Tatsunoko Productions) (all in 1976), Urusei Yatsura (Studio Pierrot, Studio Deen and Kitty Films) (1981), Urusei Yatsura 3: Remember My Love (Studio Deen and Kitty Films) (1985), Robot Carnival (Studio APPP) (1987), Assemble Insert (Tohokushinsha Film) (1989), Steam Detectives and Super Sonic Spinners (Xebec) (all in 1998), Space Pirate Mito (Triangle Staff) (1999), Love Hina (Xebec) (2000), Wolf's Rain (Bones) (2003), Kiddy Girl-and (Satelight) and Fairy Tail (A-1 Pictures and Satelight) (all in 2009), Sound of the Sky (A-1 Pictures), Mitsudomoe (Studio Bridge) and Mayoi Neko Overrun! (AIC) (all in 2010), Wandering Son (AIC) (2011), Hayate the Combat Butler: Can't Take My Eyes Off You (Manglobe) (2012), and Space Battleship Yamato 2199 (AIC and Xebec) (2013).

Sunrise has produced a variety of non-mecha works as well, including Crusher Joe (1983), Dirty Pair (1985), Mister Ajikko (1987), Yoroiden Samurai Troopers (1988), Obatarian (1990), Cowboy Bebop (1998), Infinite Ryvius (1999), Seraphim Call (1999), InuYasha (2000), s-CRY-ed (2001), Crush Gear Turbo (2001-2003), Yakitate!! Japan (2004), Kekkaishi (2006), Freedom Project (2006), Daily Lives of High School Boys (2012) and Aikatsu (2012). On January 16, 2013, they received an Academy Award nomination for Best Animated Short Film for Possessions, making their studio, Studio Ghibli and Robot Communications the only major anime studios nominated for an Academy Award.

Studios[edit]

As the company kept growing several sub-divisions (called studios themselves) were created. Some of them housed key members which left Sunrise to found their own animation companies.[6]

Studio 1[edit]

The original studio created with Sunrise's foundation in 1972. Notable works include Mobile Suit Gundam, Space Runaway Ideon, Armored Trooper Votoms, Patlabor, and InuYasha. It was also the studio responsible for various later Gundam installments: Wing, X, Turn A, Unicorn, and most recently, Reconguista in G.
The Works of Studio 1

  1. Chief Joker (ハゼドン) (October 1972–March 1973) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Fuji TV)
  2. Zero Tester (ゼロテスター) (October 1973–December 1974) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Fuji TV)
  3. Space Battleship Yamato (宇宙戦艦ヤマト) (October 1974–March 1975) (In association with Academy Productions and Group TAC) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Nippon TV)
  4. Brave Raideen (勇者ライディーン) (April 1975–March 1976) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  5. Kum-Kum (わんぱく大昔クムクム) (October 1975–March 1976) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS)
  6. Gowapper 5 Godam (ゴワッパー5ゴーダム) (April 1976–December 1976) (In association with Tatsunoko Productions) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  7. Gaiking (大空魔竜ガイキング) (April 1976–January 1977) (In association with Toei Animation) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  8. Combattler V (超電磁ロボ コン・バトラーV) (April 1976–May 1977) (In association with Toei Animation) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  9. Dinosaur Expedition Born Free (恐竜探険隊ボーンフリー) (October 1976–March 1977) (In association with Tsuburaya Productions) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  10. Invincible Steel Man Daitarn 3 (無敵鋼人ダイターン3) (June 1978–March 1979) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  11. Mobile Suit Gundam (機動戦士ガンダム) (April 1979–January 1980) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  12. Space Runaway Ideon (伝説巨神イデオン) (May 1980–January 1981) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  13. Fang of the Sun Dougram (太陽の牙ダグラム) (October 1981–March 1983) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  14. Urusei Yatsura (うる星やつら) (October 1981–March 1986) (Production by Pierrot, Studio Deen and Kitty Films, Sunrise has distribution and production rights after Kitty Films stopped making anime) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Fuji TV)
  15. White Fang (白い牙 ホワイトファング物語) (May 1982) (OVA)
  16. The Ideon; A Contact (伝説巨神イデオン 接触篇 THE IDEON; A CONTACT) (July 1982) (Theater animation)
  17. The Ideon; Be Invoked (伝説巨神イデオン 発動篇 THE IDEON; Be INVOKED) (July 1982) (Theater animation)
  18. Armored Trooper Votoms (装甲騎兵ボトムズ) (April 1983–March 1984) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  19. Document Dougram (ドキュメント 太陽の牙ダグラム) (July 1983) (Theater animation)
  20. Choro-Q Dougram (チョロQダグラム) (July 1983) (Theater animation)
  21. Panzer World Galient (機甲界ガリアン) (October 1984–March 1985) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Nippon TV)
  22. Urusei Yatsura 3: Remember My Love (うる星やつら3 リメンバー・マイ・ラヴ) (January 1985) (co-production with Studio Deen and Kitty Films) (Theater animation)
  23. VOTOMS: The Last Red Shoulder (装甲騎兵ボトムズ ザ・ラストレッドショルダー) (August 1985) (OVA)
  24. Dirty Pair: Affair of Nolandia (ダーティペアの大勝負 ノーランディアの謎) (December 1985) (OVA)
  25. GALIENT: Chapter of Ground (機甲界ガリアン 大地の章) (January 1986) (OVA)
  26. GALIENT: Chapter of Sky (機甲界ガリアン 天空の章) (March 1986) (OVA)
  27. Arion (アリオン) (March 1986) (Theater animation)
  28. DOUGRAM vs ROUND-FACER (January 1987) (OVA)
  29. Dirty Pair: Project Eden (劇場版ダーティペア) (March 1987) (Theater animation)
  30. Original Dirty Pair (ダーティペア'88) (December 1987–April 1988) (OVA)
  31. New Story of Aura Battler DUNBINE (February 1988–August 1988) (OVA)
  32. Armor Hunter Mellowlink (機甲猟兵メロウリンク) (November 1988–April 1989) (OVA)
  33. Crusher Joe: The Ice Prison (クラッシャージョウ 氷結監獄の罠) (February 1989) (OVA)
  34. Crusher Joe: The Ultimate Weapon: Ash (クラッシャージョウ 最終兵器アッシュ) (June 1989) (OVA)
  35. Mobile Police Patlabor (機動警察パトレイバー) (October 1989–September 1990) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Nippon TV)
  36. Assemble Insert (アッセンブル・インサート) (December 1989–February 1990) (OVA)
  37. Dirty Pair: Flight 005 Conspiracy (ダーティペア 謀略の005便) (January 1990) (OVA)
  38. Patlabor: The New Files (機動警察パトレイバー THE NEW OVA) (November 1990–April 1992) (OVA)
  39. SD Gundam Festival (SDガンダムまつり) (March 1993) (Theater animation)
  40. Haō Taikei Ryū Knight (覇王大系リューナイト) (April 1994–March 1995) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  41. Ryū Knight: Adeu's Legend (覇王大系リューナイト アデュー・レジェンド) (July 1994–May 1996) (OVA)
  42. Mobile Suit Gundam Wing (新機動戦記ガンダムW) (April 1995–March 1996) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  43. Street Fighter (ストリートファイター) (October 1995–May 1997) (co-production with Madhouse Studios) (TV animation)
  44. Gundam Wing: Operation Meteor (新機動戦記ガンダムW オペレーション・メテオ) (April 1996–October 1996) (OVA)
  45. After War Gundam X (機動新世紀ガンダムX) (April 1996–December 1996) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  46. Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz (新機動戦記ガンダムW ENDLESS WALTZ) (January 1997–July 1997) (OVA)
  47. Brain Powerd (ブレンパワード) (April 1998–November 1998) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: WOWOW)
  48. Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz -Special Edition- (新機動戦記ガンダムW ENDLESS WALTZ 特別篇) (August 1998) (Theater animation)
  49. Turn A Gundam (∀ガンダム) (April 1999–March 2000) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Fuji TV)
  50. Inuyasha (犬夜叉) (October 2000–September 2004) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Nippon TV)
  51. Turn A Gundam: Earth Light (∀ガンダム 地球光) (February 2002) (Theater animation)
  52. Turn A Gundam: Moonlight Butterfly (∀ガンダム 月光蝶) (February 2002) (Theater animation)
  53. Yakitate!! Japan (焼きたて!!ジャぱん) (October 2004–March 2006) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  54. Cluster Edge (クラスターエッジ) (October 2005–March 2006) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  55. Cluster Edge Secret Episode (クラスターエッジ SECRET EPISODE) (September 2006) (OVA)
  56. Kekkaishi (結界師) (October 2006–February 2008) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Nippon TV)
  57. Tales of the Abyss (テイルズ オブ ジ アビス) (October 2008–March 2009) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Tokyo MX)
  58. Inuyasha: The Final Act (犬夜叉 完結編) (October 2009–March 2010) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Nippon TV)
  59. Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn (機動戦士ガンダムUC) (March 2010–June 2014) (OVA)
  60. Gundam Reconguista in G (ガンダム Gのレコンギスタ) (October 2014–In Production) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS)

Studio 2[edit]

Created circa 1974-75. First started creativity in 1975. Some of its key members left the company to found studio Bones in 1998. Notable works include Aura Battler Dunbine, Planetes and some installments of Gundam: including Zeta, ZZ, Char's Counterattack, F91, and G. It also worked in The Vision of Escaflowne and Cowboy Bebop, each having a film adaptation in co-production with Bones. The studio is currently inactive, with the last production being The Wings of Rean in 2004.
The Works of Studio 2

  1. La Seine no Hoshi (ラ・セーヌの星) (April 1975–December 1975) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Fuji TV)
  2. Voltes V (超電磁マシーン ボルテスV) (June 1977–March 1978) (In association with Toei Animation) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  3. Majokko Tickle (魔女っ子チックル) (March 1978–January 1979) (In association with Toei Animation) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  4. Tōshō Daimos (闘将ダイモス) (April 1978–January 1979) (In association with Toei Animation) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  5. Invincible Robo Trider G7 (無敵ロボトライダーG7) (February 1980–January 1981) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  6. Robot King Daioja (最強ロボ ダイオージャ) (January 1981–January 1982) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  7. Combat Mecha Xabungle (戦闘メカ ザブングル) (February 1982–January 1983) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  8. Aura Battler Dunbine (聖戦士ダンバイン) (February 1983–January 1984) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  9. Xabungle Graffiti (ザブングル グラフィティ) (July 1983) (Theater animation)
  10. Heavy Metal L-Gaim (重戦機エルガイム) (February 1984–February 1985) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  11. Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam (機動戦士Ζガンダム) (March 1985–February 1986) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  12. Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ (機動戦士ガンダムΖΖ) (March 1986–January 1987) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  13. L-GAIM: Pentagona Window + Lady Gablae (重戦機エルガイム ペンタゴナ ウインドゥ+レディ ギャブレー) (November 1986) (OVA)
  14. L-GAIM: Farewell My Lovely + Pentagona Dolls (重戦機エルガイム フェアウェル マイ ラブリー+ペンタゴナ ドールズ) (January 1987) (OVA)
  15. Robot Carnival (ロボット・カーニバル) (July 1987) (was one of the production cooperation studios with main production studio Studio APPP) (Theater animation)
  16. Dead Heat (デッドヒート) (July 1987) (OVA)
  17. Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Counterattack (機動戦士ガンダム 逆襲のシャア) (March 1988) (Theater animation)
  18. Ronin Warriors (鎧伝サムライトルーパー) (April 1988–March 1989) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  19. The Five Star Stories (ファイブスター物語) (March 1989) (Theater animation)
  20. Jushin Liger (獣神ライガー) (March 1989–January 1990) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  21. Ronin Warriors Gaiden (鎧伝サムライトルーパー外伝) (April 1989–June 1989) (OVA)
  22. Ronin Warriors: Legend of the Inferno Armor (鎧伝サムライトルーパー 輝煌帝伝説) (October 1989–January 1990) (OVA)
  23. Mobile Suit Gundam F91 (機動戦士ガンダムF91) (March 1991) (Theater animation)
  24. Ronin Warriors MESSAGE (鎧伝サムライトルーパー MESSAGE) (March 1991–August 1991) (OVA)
  25. Mama is a 4th Grader (ママは小学4年生) (January 1992–December 1992) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Nippon TV)
  26. Dirty Pair Flash (ダーティペアFLASH) (February 1994–April 1996) (OVA)
  27. Mobile Fighter G Gundam (機動武闘伝Gガンダム) (April 1994–March 1995) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  28. Cowboy Bebop (カウボーイビバップ) (October 1998–April 1999) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: WOWOW)
  29. Escaflowne: A Girl in Gaea (エスカフローネ2000) (June 2000) (Theater animation)
  30. Cowboy Bebop: The Movie (カウボーイビバップ 天国の扉) (September 2001) (Theater animation)
  31. Wolf's Rain (ウルフズレイン) (January 2003–July 2003) (co-production with Bones) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Fuji TV)

Studio 3[edit]

Created in 1975. First started creativity in 1976. Early works include Blue Comet SPT Layzner and City Hunter. It is also responsible for many Gundam installments, including 0083, Victory, 08th MS Team, and many recent TV series of the franchise: SEED Destiny, 00, AGE, Build Fighters and Build Fighters Try.
The Works of Studio 3

  1. Robot Child Beeton (ろぼっ子ビートン) (October 1976–September 1977) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS)
  2. Invincible Super Man Zambot 3 (無敵超人ザンボット3) (October 1977–March 1978) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  3. Cyborg 009 (サイボーグ009) (March 1979–March 1980) (In association with Toei Animation) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  4. Daltanious (未来ロボ ダルタニアス) (March 1979–March 1980) (In association with Toei Animation) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  5. GUNDAM: Encounters in Space (機動戦士ガンダム めぐりあい宇宙) (March 1982) (Theater animation)
  6. Round Vernian Vifam (銀河漂流バイファム) (October 1983–September 1984) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS)
  7. VIFAM: News from Kachua (銀河漂流バイファム カチュアからの便り) (October 1984) (OVA)
  8. Choriki Robo Galatt (超力ロボ ガラット) (October 1984–April 1985) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  9. VIFAM: The Gathered 13 (銀河漂流バイファム 集まった13人) (December 1984) (OVA)
  10. VIFAM: The Missing 12 (銀河漂流バイファム 消えた12人) (February 1985) (OVA)
  11. VIFAM: Kate's Memory (銀河漂流バイファム ケイトの記憶) (September 1985) (OVA)
  12. Blue Comet SPT Layzner (蒼き流星SPTレイズナー) (October 1985–June 1986) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Nippon TV)
  13. LAYZNER: Eiji 1996 (蒼き流星SPTレイズナー エイジ1996) (August 1986) (OVA)
  14. LAYZNER: Le Caine 1999 (蒼き流星SPTレイズナー ル・カイン1999) (September 1986) (OVA)
  15. LAYZNER: Engraved 2000 (蒼き流星SPTレイズナー 刻印2000) (October 1986) (OVA)
  16. Bats & Terry (バツ&テリー) (March 1987) (Theater animation)
  17. City Hunter (シティーハンター) (April 1987–March 1988) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Nippon TV)
  18. City Hunter 2 (シティーハンター2) (April 1988–July 1989) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Nippon TV)
  19. SD Gundam (機動戦士SDガンダム) (May 1988–August 1991) (OVA)
  20. City Hunter: 357 Magnum (シティーハンター 愛と宿命のマグナム) (June 1989) (Theater animation)
  21. City Hunter 3 (シティーハンター3) (October 1989–January 1990) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Nippon TV)
  22. Obatarian (オバタリアン) (April 1990) (OVA)
  23. City Hunter: Bay City Wars (シティーハンター ベイシティウォーズ) (August 1990) (OVA)
  24. City Hunter: Million Dollar Conspiracy (シティーハンター 百万ドルの陰謀) (August 1990) (OVA)
  25. City Hunter '91 (シティーハンター'91) (April 1991–October 1991) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Nippon TV)
  26. Mobile Suit Gundam 0083: Stardust Memory (機動戦士ガンダム0083 STARDUST MEMORY) (May 1991–September 1992) (OVA)
  27. Mobile Suit Gundam 0083: The Last Blitz of Zeon (機動戦士ガンダム0083 ジオンの残光) (August 1992) (Theater animation)
  28. SD Gundam Festival (SDガンダムまつり) (March 1993) (Theater animation)
  29. Mobile Suit Victory Gundam (機動戦士Vガンダム) (April 1993–March 1994) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  30. Iron Leaguer (疾風!アイアンリーガー) (April 1993–March 1994) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  31. Iron Leaguer: Under of The Banner of Silver Light (疾風!アイアンリーガー 銀光の旗の下に) (November 1994–April 1995) (OVA)
  32. Wild Knights Gulkeeva (獣戦士ガルキーバ) (April 1995–September 1995) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  33. City Hunter: The Secret Service (シティーハンター ザ・シークレット・サービス) (January 1996) (OVA)
  34. Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team (機動戦士ガンダム 第08MS小隊) (January 1996–July 1999) (OVA)
  35. The Silent Service (沈黙の艦隊) (March 1996) (OVA) (Episode 1 only)
  36. The Vision of Escaflowne (天空のエスカフローネ) (April 1996–September 1996) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  37. Round Vernian Vifam 13 (銀河漂流バイファム13) (March 1998–October 1998) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS)
  38. Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team: Miller's Report (機動戦士ガンダム 第08MS小隊 ミラーズ・リポート) (August 1998) (Theater animation)
  39. Steam Detectives (快傑蒸気探偵団) (October 1998–March 1999) (co-production with Xebec) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  40. Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny (機動戦士ガンダムSEED DESTINY) (October 2004–October 2005) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS)
  41. Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny: FINAL PLUS (機動戦士ガンダムSEED DESTINY FINAL PLUS) (December 2005) (OVA)
  42. Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny: Special Edition (機動戦士ガンダムSEED DESTINY SPECIAL EDITION) (May 2006–January 2007) (OVA)
  43. Mobile Suit Gundam SEED C.E. 73: Stargazer (機動戦士ガンダムSEED C.E.73 STARGAZER) (November 2006) (OVA)
  44. Mobile Suit Gundam 00 (機動戦士ガンダム00) (October 2007–March 2008) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS)
  45. Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Second Season (機動戦士ガンダム00 SECOND SEASON) (October 2008–March 2009) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS)
  46. Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Special Edition (機動戦士ガンダム00 SPECIAL EDITION) (October 2009–February 2010) (OVA)
  47. Mobile Suit Gundam 00 the Movie: A Wakening of the Trailblazer (劇場版 機動戦士ガンダム00 -A wakening of the Trailblazer-) (September 2010) (Theater animation)
  48. Mobile Suit Gundam AGE (機動戦士ガンダムAGE) (October 2011–September 2012) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS)
  49. Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team: Battle in Three Dimensions (機動戦士ガンダム 第08MS小隊 三次元との戦い) (February 2013) (OVA)
  50. Mobile Suit Gundam AGE: Memory of Eden (機動戦士ガンダムAGE MEMORY OF EDEN) (July 2013) (OVA)
  51. Gundam Build Fighters (ガンダムビルドファイターズ) (October 2013–March 2014) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  52. Gundam Build Fighters TRY (ガンダムビルドファイターズTRY) (October 2014–In Production) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)

Studio 4[edit]

Formerly known as "Studio Iogi" (井荻スタジオ) (named after the pseudonym of longtime Sunrise director Yoshiyuki Tomino). It was created in 1979. Notable works include Dirty Pair, s-CRY-ed, Overman King Gainer, Planetes and Code Geass.
The Works of Studio 4

  1. The Ultraman (ザ☆ウルトラマン) (April 1979–March 1980) (In association with Tsuburaya Productions) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS)
  2. Gundam the Movie (劇場版機動戦士ガンダム) (February 1981) (Theater animation)
  3. GUNDAM: Soldiers of Sorrow (機動戦士ガンダム 哀・戦士) (July 1981) (Theater animation)
  4. Crusher Joe (クラッシャージョウ) (March 1983) (Theater animation)
  5. Giant Gorg (巨神ゴーグ) (April 1984–September 1984) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  6. Dirty Pair (ダーティペア) (July 1985–December 1985) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Nippon TV)
  7. VOTOMS: Big Battle (装甲騎兵ボトムズ ビッグバトル) (July 1986) (OVA)
  8. GALIENT: Chapter of Iron (機甲界ガリアン 鉄の紋章) (August 1986) (OVA)
  9. Dirty Pair: From Lovely Angels with Love (ダーティペア ラブリーエンジェルより愛をこめて) (January 1987) (OVA)
  10. s-CRY-ed (スクライド) (July 2001–December 2001) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  11. Overman King Gainer (OVERMANキングゲイナー) (September 2002–March 2003) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: WOWOW)
  12. Planetes (プラネテス) (October 2003–April 2004) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: NHK)
  13. The Wings of Rean (リーンの翼) (December 2005–August 2006) (OVA)
  14. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion (コードギアス 反逆のルルーシュ) (October 2006–July 2007) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS)
  15. Code Geass: Black Rebellion (コードギアス BLACK REBELLION) (February 2008) (OVA)
  16. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2 (コードギアス 反逆のルルーシュR2) (April 2008–September 2008) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS)
  17. Code Geass: Zero Requiem (コードギアス ZERO REQUIEM) (July 2009) (OVA)
  18. s-CRY-ed: Alteration TAO (スクライド オルタレイションTAO) (November 2011) (Theater animation)
  19. s-CRY-ed: Alteration QUAN (スクライド オルタレイションQUAN) (March 2012) (Theater animation)
  20. Code Geass: Nunnally in Wonderland (コードギアス ナナリーINワンダーランド) (July 2012) (OVA)
  21. Code Geass: Akito the Exiled (コードギアス 亡国のアキト) (August 2012–Ongoing) (OVA)

Studio 5[edit]

Also created in 1979. One of its producers was Mikihiro Iwata, one the founders of A-1 Pictures. Notable works include Crest of the Stars, the InuYasha movies, Daily Lives of High School Boys, Good Luck Girl!, Gin Tama, SD Gundam, and the Mobile Suit Gundam 0080: War in the Pocket OVA.
The Works of Studio 5

  1. Scientific Adventure Team Tansar 5 (科学冒険隊タンサー5) (July 1979–March 1980) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  2. SD Gundam The Movie (劇場版機動戦士SDガンダム) (March 1988) (Theater animation)
  3. SD Gundam (機動戦士SDガンダム) (May 1988–August 1991) (OVA)
  4. Starship Troopers (宇宙の戦士) (October 1988–December 1988) (OVA)
  5. Mobile Suit Gundam 0080: War in the Pocket (機動戦士ガンダム0080 ポケットの中の戦争) (March 1989–August 1989) (OVA)
  6. SD Gundam's Counterattack (SDガンダムの逆襲) (July 1989) (Theater animation)
  7. SD Gundam Gaiden (SDガンダム外伝) (March 1990–March 1991) (OVA)
  8. SD Gundam Musha, Knight, Commando (武者・騎士・コマンド SDガンダム緊急出撃) (March 1991–August 1991) (OVA)
  9. Matchless Raijin-Oh (絶対無敵ライジンオー) (April 1991–March 1992) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  10. Genki Bakuhatsu Ganbaruger (元気爆発ガンバルガー) (April 1992–February 1993) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  11. Raijin-Oh FINAL (ライジンオーFINAL) (September 1992–February 1993) (OVA)
  12. Nekketsu Saikyō Go-Saurer (熱血最強ゴウザウラー) (March 1993–February 1994) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  13. VOTOMS: Shining Heresy (装甲騎兵ボトムズ 赫奕たる異端) (March 1994–December 1994) (OVA)
  14. Ganbarist! Shun (ガンバリスト!駿) (July 1996–March 1997) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Nippon TV)
  15. DT Eightron (DTエイトロン) (April 1998–November 1998) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Fuji TV)
  16. Crest of the Stars (星界の紋章) (January 1999–March 1999) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: WOWOW)
  17. Aesop World (イソップワールド) (April 1999–December 1999) (OVA)
  18. Firefighter! Daigo of Fire Company M (め組の大吾) (July 1999) (Theater animation)
  19. Passage of the Stars - Birth (星界の断章 誕生) (April 2000) (OVA)
  20. Crest of the Stars: SPECIAL (星界の紋章 総集編) (April 2000) (OVA)
  21. Banner of the Stars (星界の戦旗) (April 2000–July 2000) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: WOWOW)
  22. Banner of the Stars: SPECIAL (星界の戦旗 特別編) (July 2001) (OVA)
  23. Banner of the Stars II (星界の戦旗II) (July 2001–September 2001) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: WOWOW)
  24. Inuyasha the Movie: Affections Touching Across Time (犬夜叉 時代を越える想い) (December 2001) (Theater animation)
  25. Inuyasha the Movie: The Castle Beyond the Looking Glass (犬夜叉 鏡の中の夢幻城) (December 2002) (Theater animation)
  26. Inuyasha the Movie: Swords of an Honorable Ruler (犬夜叉 天下覇道の剣) (December 2003) (Theater animation)
  27. Kaiketsu Zorori (かいけつゾロリ) (February 2004–January 2007) (In association with Ajia-do Animation Works) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  28. Inuyasha the Movie: Fire on the Mystic Island (犬夜叉 紅蓮の蓬莱島) (December 2004) (Theater animation)
  29. Banner of the Stars III (星界の戦旗III) (August 2005–September 2005) (OVA)
  30. Kaiketsu Zorori: The Battle for the Mysterious Treasure (かいけつゾロリ なぞのお宝大さくせん) (March 2006) (In association with Ajia-do Animation Works) (Theater animation)
  31. Gin Tama (銀魂) (April 2006–March 2010) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  32. Gintama: The Movie (銀魂 新訳紅桜篇) (April 2010) (Theater animation)
  33. Wandering Son (放浪息子) (January 2011–March 2011) (co-production with AIC) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Fuji TV)
  34. Gintama' (銀魂') (April 2011–March 2012) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  35. Gintama' Overtime (銀魂' 延長戦) (October 2012–March 2013) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  36. Aikatsu! (アイカツ!) (October 2012–Ongoing) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  37. Zorori's Big Big Big Big Adventure! (かいけつゾロリ だ・だ・だ・だいぼうけん!) (December 2012) (In association with Ajia-do Animation Works) (Theater animation)
  38. Gintama: The Movie: The Final Chapter: Be Forever Yorozuya (劇場版 銀魂 完結篇 万事屋よ永遠なれ) (July 2013) (Theater animation)
  39. Kaiketsu Zorori: Protect It! The Dinosaur Egg (かいけつゾロリ まもるぜ!きょうりゅうのたまご) (December 2013) (In association with Ajia-do Animation Works) (Theater animation)
  40. Aikatsu The Movie (劇場版アイカツ!) (December 2014) (Theater animation)

Studio 6[edit]

Created in 1983. First started creativity in 1997. Notable works include The Big O, Sgt. Frog, and Tiger & Bunny. Some of its members had left to found Studio Bridge in the 2000s.
The Works of Studio 6

  1. City Hunter: Good-Bye My Sweetheart (シティーハンター グッド・バイ・マイ・スイート・ハート) (April 1997) (OVA)
  2. Ultra Mashin Hero Wataru (超魔神英雄伝ワタル) (October 1997–September 1998) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  3. Sentimental Journey (センチメンタルジャーニー) (April 1998–July 1998) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  4. Space Pirate Mito (宇宙海賊ミトの大冒険) (January 1999–September 1999) (co-production with Triangle Staff) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  5. The Big O (THEビッグオー) (October 1999–January 2000) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: WOWOW)
  6. ZOE: 2167 IDOLO (March 2001) (OVA)
  7. Z.O.E. Dolores,i (April 2001–September 2001) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  8. The Big O II (THEビッグオー SECOND SEASON) (January 2003–March 2003) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: WOWOW)
  9. Sgt. Frog (ケロロ軍曹) (April 2004–April 2011) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  10. Keroro Gunsō the Super Movie (超劇場版ケロロ軍曹) (March 2006) (Theater animation)
  11. Keroro Gunsō the Super Movie 2: The Deep Sea Princess (超劇場版ケロロ軍曹2 深海のプリンセスであります!)(March 2007) (Theater animation)
  12. Chibi Kero: Secret of the Kero Ball!? (ちびケロ ケロボールの秘密!?) (March 2007) (Theater animation)
  13. Keroro Gunso the Super Movie 3: Keroro vs. Keroro Great Sky Duel (劇場版ケロロ軍曹3 ケロロ対ケロロ大決戦であります!) (March 2008) (Theater animation)
  14. Musha Kero: Debut! Sengoku Planet Ran Big Battle!! (武者ケロ お披露目!戦国ラン星大バトル!!) (March 2008) (Theater animation)
  15. Keroro Gunso the Super Movie 4: Gekishin Dragon Warriors (超劇場版ケロロ軍曹4 撃侵ドラゴンウォリアーズであります!) (March 2009) (Theater animation)
  16. Kero 0: Depart! Assembly of Everyone!! (ケロ0 出発だよ!全員集合!!) (March 2009) (Theater animation)
  17. Keroro Gunso the Super Movie: Creation! Ultimate Keroro, Wonder Space-Time Island (超劇場版ケロロ軍曹5 誕生!究極ケロロ 奇跡の時空島であります!!) (February 2010) (Theater animation)
  18. Mitsudomoe (みつどもえ) (July 2010–March 2011) (co-production with Bridge) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS)
  19. Tiger & Bunny (TIGER&BUNNY) (April 2011–September 2011) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS)
  20. Tiger & Bunny: The Beginning (TIGER&BUNNY THE BEGINNING) (September 2012) (Theater animation)
  21. Tiger & Bunny: The Rising (TIGER&BUNNY THE RISING) (February 2014) (Theater animation)
  22. KERORO (ケロロ 〜KERORO〜) (March 2014–Ongoing) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Animax)
  23. Mobile Suit Gundam-san (機動戦士ガンダムさん) (July 2014–Ongoing) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Tokyo MX)

Studio 7[edit]

Created in 1985. First started creativity in 1987. Its first work was in the American cartoon series The Centurions. Also noted for Sacred Seven, s-CRY-ed and the Brave series. Some members of it left to form the studio Manglobe in 2002.
The Works of Studio 7

  1. Metal Armor Dragonar (機甲戦記ドラグナー) (February 1987–January 1988) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  2. L-GAIM: Fullmetal Soldier (重戦機エルガイム フルメタル・ソルジャー) (March 1987) (OVA)
  3. Mister Ajikko (ミスター味っ子) (October 1987–September 1989) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  4. VOTOMS: Roots of Ambition (装甲騎兵ボトムズ 野望のルーツ) (February 1988) (OVA)
  5. Mashin Hero Wataru (魔神英雄伝ワタル) (April 1988–March 1989) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Nippon TV)
  6. Madō King Granzort (魔動王グランゾート) (April 1989–March 1990) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Nippon TV)
  7. Shin Mashin Hero Wataru (真魔神英雄伝ワタル) (August 1989–September 1989) (OVA)
  8. Brave Exkaiser (勇者エクスカイザー) (February 1990–January 1991) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  9. Mashin Hero Wataru 2 (魔神英雄伝ワタル2) (March 1990–March 1991) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Nippon TV)
  10. GRANZORT: The Final Magical Battle (魔動王グランゾート 最後のマジカル大戦) (August 1990–September 1990) (OVA)
  11. The Brave Fighter of Sun Fighbird (太陽の勇者ファイバード) (February 1991–February 1992) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  12. Future GPX Cyber Formula (新世紀GPXサイバーフォーミュラ) (March 1991–December 1991) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Nippon TV)
  13. The Brave Fighter of Legend Da-Garn (伝説の勇者ダ・ガーン) (February 1992–January 1993) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  14. GRANZORT: The Mado Stone (魔動王グランゾート 冒険編) (March 1992–June 1992) (OVA)
  15. Future GPX Cyber Formula 11 (新世紀GPXサイバーフォーミュラ11) (November 1992–June 1993) (OVA)
  16. The Brave Express Might Gaine (勇者特急マイトガイン) (January 1993–January 1994) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  17. Mashin Hero Wataru: The Endless Story (魔神英雄伝ワタル 終わりなき時の物語) (October 1993–February 1994) (OVA)
  18. Brave Police J-Decker (勇者警察ジェイデッカー) (February 1994–January 1995) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  19. Future GPX Cyber Formula ZERO (新世紀GPXサイバーフォーミュラZERO) (April 1994–February 1995) (OVA)
  20. The Brave of Gold Goldran (黄金勇者ゴルドラン) (February 1995–January 1996) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  21. Brave Command Dagwon (勇者指令ダグオン) (February 1996–January 1997) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  22. Future GPX Cyber Formula EARLYDAYS RENEWAL (新世紀GPXサイバーフォーミュラEARLYDAYS RENEWAL) (April 1996–June 1996) (OVA)
  23. The King of Braves GaoGaiGar (勇者王ガオガイガー) (February 1997–January 1998) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  24. DAGWON: The Boy with Crystal Eyes (勇者指令ダグオン 水晶の瞳の少年) (October 1997–December 1997) (OVA)
  25. Betterman (ベターマン) (April 1999–September 1999) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  26. The King of Braves GaoGaiGar Final (勇者王ガオガイガーFINAL) (January 2000–March 2003) (OVA)
  27. Brigadoon: Marin & Melan (BRIGADOON まりんとメラン) (July 2000–February 2001) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: WOWOW)
  28. Witch Hunter Robin (ウィッチハンターロビン) (July 2002–December 2002) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  29. GaoGaiGar Final -Grand Glorious Gathering- (勇者王ガオガイガーFINAL GRAND GLORIOUS GATHERING) (April 2005–June 2005) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  30. Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam: A New Translation (機動戦士Ζガンダム A NEW TRANSLATION) (May 2005–March 2006) (OVA)
  31. Intrigue in the Bakumatsu – Irohanihoheto (幕末機関説いろはにほへと) (October 2006–April 2007) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Animax)
  32. Sacred Seven (セイクリッドセブン) (July 2011–September 2011) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS)

Studio 8[edit]

Established around 1995, First started creativity in 1996. it is also known as the "Moe branch" for producing several anime series with cute girls as protagonists. Notable works include My-HiME, My-Otome, Buddy Complex, Idolmaster: Xenoglossia, The Girl Who Leapt Through Space, Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere, Accel World and Love Live!.
The Works of Studio 8

  1. Raideen the Superior (超者ライディーン) (October 1996–June 1997) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  2. Z-Mind (思春期美少女合体ロボ ジーマイン) (February 1999–July 1999) (OVA)
  3. City Hunter: Death of the Vicious Criminal Ryo Saeba (シティーハンター 緊急生中継!?凶悪犯冴羽獠の最期) (April 1999) (OVA)
  4. Seraphim Call (セラフィムコール) (October 1999–December 1999) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  5. Mighty Cat Masked Niyandar (ニャニがニャンだー ニャンダーかめん) (February 2000–September 2001) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  6. Love Hina (ラブひな) (April 2000–September 2000) (co-production with Xebec) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  7. Tank Knights Fortress (無限戦記ポトリス) (April 2003–March 2004) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  8. My-HiME (舞-HiME) (September 2004–March 2005) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  9. My-Otome (舞-乙HiME) (October 2005–March 2006) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  10. My-Otome Zwei (舞-乙HiME Zwei) (November 2006–August 2007) (OVA)
  11. Idolmaster: Xenoglossia (アイドルマスター XENOGLOSSIA) (April 2007–September 2007) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: AT-X)
  12. My-Otome 0~S.ifr~ (舞-乙HiME 0~S.ifr~) (February 2008–November 2008) (OVA)
  13. The Girl Who Leapt Through Space (宇宙をかける少女) (January 2009–June 2009) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  14. Fairy Tail (フェアリーテイル) (October 2009–Ongoing) (co-production with A-1 Pictures) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  15. Sound of the Sky (ソラノヲト) (January 2010–March 2010) (co-production with A-1 Pictures) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  16. Mayoi Neko Overrun! (迷い猫オーバーラン!) (April 2010–June 2010) (co-production with AIC) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Tokyo MX)
  17. VOTOMS: Case;Irvine (装甲騎兵ボトムズ CASE;IRVINE) (November 2010) (OVA)
  18. Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere (境界線上のホライゾン) (October 2011–December 2011) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS)
  19. Accel World (アクセル・ワールド) (April 2012–September 2012) (In association with GENCO) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Tokyo MX)
  20. Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere 2nd Season (境界線上のホライゾンII) (July 2012–September 2012) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS)
  21. Psychic School Wars (ねらわれた学園) (November 2012) (Theater animation)
  22. Love Live! (ラブライブ!) (January 2013–March 2013) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Tokyo MX)
  23. Buddy Complex (バディ・コンプレックス) (January 2014–March 2014) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Tokyo MX)
  24. Love Live! 2 (ラブライブ! 2) (April 2014–June 2014) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Tokyo MX)
  25. Buddy Complex: The Final Chapter (バディ・コンプレックス 完結編) (October 2014–In Production) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Tokyo MX)

Studio 9[edit]

Created from a secession of Studio 7 in 1996. First started creativity in 1997. Notable works include Gasaraki, Infinite Ryvius, Mobile Suit Gundam SEED, Argento Soma and Battle Spirits.
The Works of Studio 9

  1. The Silent Service (沈黙の艦隊) (September 1997–January 1998) (OVA) (Episodes 2 & 3 only)
  2. Gasaraki (ガサラキ) (October 1998–March 1999) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  3. Super Sonic Spinners (超速スピナー) (November 1998–September 1999) (co-production with Xebec) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  4. Infinite Ryvius (無限のリヴァイアス) (October 1999–March 2000) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  5. Argento Soma (アルジェントソーマ) (October 2000–March 2001) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  6. Argento Soma: Alone and by myself (アルジェントソーマ 孤独と孤独) (February 2002) (OVA)
  7. Mobile Suit Gundam SEED (機動戦士ガンダムSEED) (October 2002–September 2003) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS)
  8. Mobile Suit Gundam SEED AFTER PHASE (機動戦士ガンダムSEED AFTER PHASE) (March 2004) (OVA)
  9. Mobile Suit Gundam SEED: Special Edition (機動戦士ガンダムSEED SPECIAL EDITION) (August 2004–October 2004) (OVA)
  10. Zegapain (ゼーガペイン) (April 2006–September 2006) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  11. Battle Spirits: Shounen Toppa Bashin (バトルスピリッツ 少年突破バシン) (September 2008–September 2009) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  12. Battle Spirits: Shounen Gekiha Dan (バトルスピリッツ 少年激覇ダン) (September 2009–September 2010) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  13. Battle Spirits Brave (バトルスピリッツ ブレイヴ) (September 2010–September 2011) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  14. Battle Spirits: Heroes (バトルスピリッツ 覇王) (September 2011–September 2012) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  15. Daily Lives of High School Boys (男子高校生の日常) (January 2012–March 2012) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  16. Good Luck Girl! (貧乏神が!) (July 2012–September 2012) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  17. Battle Spirits: Sword Eyes (バトルスピリッツ ソードアイズ) (September 2012–September 2013) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  18. Aikatsu! (アイカツ!) (October 2012–Ongoing) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  19. Battle Spirits: Saikyou Ginga Ultimate Zero (最強銀河究極ゼロ ~バトルスピリッツ~) (September 2013–Ongoing) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)

Studio 10[edit]

Established around 1996. Notable works include Outlaw Star, Dinosaur King and Phi Brain: Puzzle of God.
The Works of Studio 10

  1. Future GPX Cyber Formula SAGA (新世紀GPXサイバーフォーミュラSAGA) (August 1996–July 1997) (OVA)
  2. Outlaw Star (星方武侠アウトロースター) (January 1998–June 1998) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  3. Future GPX Cyber Formula SIN (新世紀GPXサイバーフォーミュラSIN) (December 1998–March 2000) (OVA)
  4. Angel Links (星方天使エンジェルリンクス) (April 1999–June 1999) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: WOWOW)
  5. Dinozaurs: The Series (ダイノゾーン) (July 2000–December 2000) (TV animation)
  6. Gear Fighter Dendoh (GEAR戦士電童) (October 2000–June 2001) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  7. Crush Gear (クラッシュギア) (October 2001–January 2004) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  8. Crush Gear: Kaizaban's Challenge (クラッシュギア カイザバーンの挑戦) (July 2002) (Theater animation)
  9. Onmyō Taisenki (陰陽大戦記) (September 2004–September 2005) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  10. Dinosaur King (古代王者恐竜キング) (February 2007–August 2008) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  11. Phi Brain: Puzzle of God (ファイ・ブレイン 神のパズル) (October 2011–March 2014) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: NHK)
  12. Hayate the Combat Butler: Can't Take My Eyes Off You (ハヤテのごとく! CAN'T TAKE MY EYES OFF YOU) (October 2012–December 2012) (co-production with Manglobe) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)

Studio 11[edit]

The most recent studio established in 2009. Worked in Kurokami and the recent SD Gundam Sengoku series.
The Works of Studio 11

  1. Black God (黒神) (January 2009–June 2009) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi)
  2. Kiddy Girl-and (キディガーランド) (October 2009–March 2010) (co-production with Satelight) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Tokyo MX)
  3. Natsuiro Kiseki (夏色キセキ) (April 2012–June 2012) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS)

Sunrise D.I.D[edit]

This is Sunrise’s in-house CGI production studio. They often lend their hand creating CGI assets for many of Sunrise’s shows, most notably, Tiger & Bunny and Gundam MS Igloo.
The Works of Sunrise D.I.D

  1. GUNDAM Mission to the Rise (August 1998) (OVA)
  2. Dinozaurs (ダイノゾーン) (December 1998) (OVA)
  3. G-Saviour (G-SAVIOUR) (December 2000) (OVA)
  4. Afro-Dog (アフロ犬) (June 2001) (OVA)
  5. Machine Robo Rescue (出撃!マシンロボレスキュー) (January 2003–January 2004) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  6. Gundam Evolve (ガンダムEVOLVE) (September 2003–January 2007) (OVA)
  7. Superior Defender Gundam Force (SDガンダムフォース) (January 2004–December 2004) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  8. Armored Trooper Votoms: Pailsen Files (装甲騎兵ボトムズ ペールゼン・ファイルズ) (October 2007–August 2008) (OVA)
  9. Pailsen Files the Movie (装甲騎兵ボトムズ ペールゼン・ファイルズ 劇場版) (January 2009)
  10. VOTOMS: Phantom Chapter (装甲騎兵ボトムズ 幻影篇) (March 2010–October 2010) (OVA)
  11. Model Suit Gunpla Builders Beginning G (模型戦士ガンプラビルダーズ ビギニングG) (August 2010–December 2010) (OVA)
  12. Votoms Finder (ボトムズファインダー) (December 2010) (OVA)
  13. VOTOMS: Alone Again (装甲騎兵ボトムズ 孤影再び) (January 2011) (OVA)
  14. Space Battleship Yamato 2199 (宇宙戦艦ヤマト2199) (April 2013–September 2013) (co-production with AIC and Xebec) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS)

Nerima Studio[edit]

Formerly known as Ogikubo Studio (荻窪スタジオ) or Sunrise Emotion, it is best known for the Freedom Project, Valvrave the Liberator and the King of Thorn anime film.
The Works of Nerima Studio

  1. Steamboy (スチームボーイ) (August 2004) (Theater animation)
  2. Hotori - A Simple Wish for Joy (ほとり 〜たださいわいを希う。〜) (August 2005) (OVA)
  3. Freedom Project (FREEDOM PROJECT) (November 2006–May 2008) (OVA)
  4. Hipira: The Little Vampire (ヒピラくん) (December 2009) (OVA)
  5. Chō Denei-ban SD Gundam Sangokuden Brave Battle Warriors (超電影版SDガンダム三国伝 Brave Battle Warriors) (February 2010) (Theater animation)
  6. SD Gundam Sangokuden Brave Battle Warriors (SDガンダム三国伝 Brave Battle Warriors) (April 2010–March 2011) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo)
  7. King of Thorn (いばらの王) (May 2010) (Theater animation)
  8. Colorful (カラフル) (August 2010) (Theater animation)
  9. Coicent (コイ☆セント) (February 2011) (OVA)
  10. Valvrave the Liberator (革命機ヴァルヴレイヴ) (April 2013–December 2013) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS)
  11. Short Peace (ショート・ピース) (July 2013) (Theater animation)

List of Works[edit]

1970s[edit]

  • Chief Joker (ハゼドン) (October 1972–March 1973) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Fuji TV) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Zero Tester (ゼロテスター) (October 1973–December 1974) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Fuji TV) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Space Battleship Yamato (宇宙戦艦ヤマト) (October 1974–March 1975) (In association with Academy Productions) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Nippon TV) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • La Seine no Hoshi (ラ・セーヌの星) (April 1975–December 1975) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Fuji TV) (Post-Production: Studio 2)
  • Brave Raideen (勇者ライディーン) (April 1975–March 1976) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Kum-Kum (わんぱく大昔クムクム) (October 1975–March 1976) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Gowapper 5 Godam (ゴワッパー5ゴーダム) (April 1976–December 1976) (In association with Tatsunoko Productions) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Gaiking (大空魔竜ガイキング) (April 1976–January 1977) (In association with Toei Animation) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Combattler V (超電磁ロボ コン・バトラーV) (April 1976–May 1977) (In association with Toei Animation) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Dinosaur Expedition Born Free (恐竜探険隊ボーンフリー) (October 1976–March 1977) (In association with Tsuburaya Productions) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Robot Child Beeton (ろぼっ子ビートン) (October 1976–September 1977) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • Voltes V (超電磁マシーン ボルテスV) (June 1977–March 1978) (In association with Toei Animation) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 2)
  • Invincible Super Man Zambot 3 (無敵超人ザンボット3) (October 1977–March 1978) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • Majokko Tickle (魔女っ子チックル) (March 1978–January 1979) (In association with Toei Animation) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 2)
  • Tōshō Daimos (闘将ダイモス) (April 1978–January 1979) (In association with Toei Animation) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 2)
  • Invincible Steel Man Daitarn 3 (無敵鋼人ダイターン3) (June 1978–March 1979) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Cyborg 009 (サイボーグ009) (March 1979–March 1980) (In association with Toei Animation) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • Daltanious (未来ロボ ダルタニアス) (March 1979–March 1980) (In association with Toei Animation) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam (機動戦士ガンダム) (April 1979–January 1980) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • The Ultraman (ザ☆ウルトラマン) (April 1979–March 1980) (In association with Tsuburaya Productions) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS) (Post-Production: Studio 4)
  • Scientific Adventure Team Tansar 5 (科学冒険隊タンサー5) (July 1979–March 1980) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 5)

1980s[edit]

  • Cyborg 009 (サイボーグ009) (March 1979–March 1980) (In association with Toei Animation) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • Daltanious (未来ロボ ダルタニアス) (March 1979–March 1980) (In association with Toei Animation) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam (機動戦士ガンダム) (April 1979–January 1980) (TV animation) (Post-Production: Studio 1) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • The Ultraman (ザ☆ウルトラマン) (April 1979–March 1980) (In association with Tsuburaya Productions) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS) (Post-Production: Studio 4)
  • Scientific Adventure Team Tansar 5 (科学冒険隊タンサー5) (July 1979–March 1980) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 5)
  • Invincible Robo Trider G7 (無敵ロボトライダーG7) (February 1980–January 1981) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 2)
  • Space Runaway Ideon (伝説巨神イデオン) (May 1980–January 1981) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Robot King Daioja (最強ロボ ダイオージャ) (January 1981–January 1982) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 2)
  • Gundam the Movie (劇場版機動戦士ガンダム) (February 1981) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 4)
  • GUNDAM: Soldiers of Sorrow (機動戦士ガンダム 哀・戦士) (July 1981) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 4)
  • Fang of the Sun Dougram (太陽の牙ダグラム) (October 1981–March 1983) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Urusei Yatsura (うる星やつら) (October 1981–March 1986) (Production by Pierrot, Studio Deen and Kitty Films, Sunrise has distribution and production rights after Kitty Films stopped making anime) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Fuji TV) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Combat Mecha Xabungle (戦闘メカ ザブングル) (February 1982–January 1983) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 2)
  • GUNDAM: Encounters in Space (機動戦士ガンダム めぐりあい宇宙) (March 1982) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • White Fang (白い牙 ホワイトファング物語) (May 1982) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • The Ideon; A Contact (伝説巨神イデオン 接触篇 THE IDEON; A CONTACT) (July 1982) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • The Ideon; Be Invoked (伝説巨神イデオン 発動篇 THE IDEON; Be INVOKED) (July 1982) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Aura Battler Dunbine (聖戦士ダンバイン) (February 1983–January 1984) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 2)
  • Crusher Joe (クラッシャージョウ) (March 1983) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 4)
  • Armored Trooper Votoms (装甲騎兵ボトムズ) (April 1983–March 1984) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Document Dougram (ドキュメント 太陽の牙ダグラム) (July 1983) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Choro-Q Dougram (チョロQダグラム) (July 1983) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Xabungle Graffiti (ザブングル グラフィティ) (July 1983) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 2)
  • Round Vernian Vifam (銀河漂流バイファム) (October 1983–September 1984) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • Heavy Metal L-Gaim (重戦機エルガイム) (February 1984–February 1985) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 2)
  • Giant Gorg (巨神ゴーグ) (April 1984–September 1984) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 4)
  • VIFAM: News from Kachua (銀河漂流バイファム カチュアからの便り) (October 1984) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • Panzer World Galient (機甲界ガリアン) (October 1984–March 1985) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Nippon TV) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Choriki Robo Galatt (超力ロボ ガラット) (October 1984–April 1985) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • VIFAM: The Gathered 13 (銀河漂流バイファム 集まった13人) (December 1984) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • Urusei Yatsura 3: Remember My Love (うる星やつら3 リメンバー・マイ・ラヴ) (January 1985) (co-production with Studio Deen and Kitty Films) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • VIFAM: The Missing 12 (銀河漂流バイファム 消えた12人) (February 1985) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam (機動戦士Ζガンダム) (March 1985–February 1986) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 2)
  • Dirty Pair (ダーティペア) (July 1985–December 1985) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Nippon TV) (Post-Production: Studio 4)
  • VOTOMS: The Last Red Shoulder (装甲騎兵ボトムズ ザ・ラストレッドショルダー) (August 1985) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • VIFAM: Kate's Memory (銀河漂流バイファム ケイトの記憶) (September 1985) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • Blue Comet SPT Layzner (蒼き流星SPTレイズナー) (October 1985–June 1986) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Nippon TV) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • Dirty Pair: Affair of Nolandia (ダーティペアの大勝負 ノーランディアの謎) (December 1985) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • GALIENT: Chapter of Ground (機甲界ガリアン 大地の章) (January 1986) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • GALIENT: Chapter of Sky (機甲界ガリアン 天空の章) (March 1986) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Arion (アリオン) (March 1986) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ (機動戦士ガンダムΖΖ) (March 1986–January 1987) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 2)
  • VOTOMS: Big Battle (装甲騎兵ボトムズ ビッグバトル) (July 1986) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 4)
  • GALIENT: Chapter of Iron (機甲界ガリアン 鉄の紋章) (August 1986) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 4)
  • LAYZNER: Eiji 1996 (蒼き流星SPTレイズナー エイジ1996) (August 1986) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • LAYZNER: Le Caine 1999 (蒼き流星SPTレイズナー ル・カイン1999) (September 1986) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • LAYZNER: Engraved 2000 (蒼き流星SPTレイズナー 刻印2000) (October 1986) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • L-GAIM: Pentagona Window + Lady Gablae (重戦機エルガイム ペンタゴナ ウインドゥ+レディ ギャブレー) (November 1986) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 2)
  • L-GAIM: Farewell My Lovely + Pentagona Dolls (重戦機エルガイム フェアウェル マイ ラブリー+ペンタゴナ ドールズ) (January 1987) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 2)
  • Dirty Pair: From Lovely Angels with Love (ダーティペア ラブリーエンジェルより愛をこめて) (January 1987) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 4)
  • DOUGRAM vs ROUND-FACER (January 1987) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Metal Armor Dragonar (機甲戦記ドラグナー) (February 1987–January 1988) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 7)
  • L-GAIM: Fullmetal Soldier (重戦機エルガイム フルメタル・ソルジャー) (March 1987) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 7)
  • Bats & Terry (バツ&テリー) (March 1987) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • Dirty Pair: Project Eden (劇場版ダーティペア) (March 1987) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • City Hunter (シティーハンター) (April 1987–March 1988) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Nippon TV) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • Robot Carnival (ロボット・カーニバル) (July 1987) (was one of the production cooperation studios for Studio APPP) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 2)
  • Dead Heat (デッドヒート) (July 1987) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 2)
  • Mister Ajikko (ミスター味っ子) (October 1987–September 1989) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 7)
  • Original Dirty Pair (ダーティペア'88) (December 1987–April 1988) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • VOTOMS: Roots of Ambition (装甲騎兵ボトムズ 野望のルーツ) (February 1988) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 7)
  • New Story of Aura Battler DUNBINE (February 1988–August 1988) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Counterattack (機動戦士ガンダム 逆襲のシャア) (March 1988) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 2)
  • SD Gundam The Movie (劇場版機動戦士SDガンダム) (March 1988) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 5)
  • Mashin Hero Wataru (魔神英雄伝ワタル) (April 1988–March 1989) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Nippon TV) (Post-Production: Studio 7)
  • Ronin Warriors (鎧伝サムライトルーパー) (April 1988–March 1989) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 2)
  • City Hunter 2 (シティーハンター2) (April 1988–July 1989) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Nippon TV) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • SD Gundam (機動戦士SDガンダム) (May 1988–August 1991) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 5 & Studio 3)
  • Starship Troopers (宇宙の戦士) (October 1988–December 1988) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 5)
  • Armor Hunter Mellowlink (機甲猟兵メロウリンク) (November 1988–April 1989) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Crusher Joe: The Ice Prison (クラッシャージョウ 氷結監獄の罠) (February 1989) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • The Five Star Stories (ファイブスター物語) (March 1989) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 2)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam 0080: War in the Pocket (機動戦士ガンダム0080 ポケットの中の戦争) (March 1989–August 1989) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 5)
  • Jushin Liger (獣神ライガー) (March 1989–January 1990) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 2)
  • Ronin Warriors Gaiden (鎧伝サムライトルーパー外伝) (April 1989–June 1989) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 2)
  • Madō King Granzort (魔動王グランゾート) (April 1989–March 1990) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Nippon TV) (Post-Production: Studio 7)
  • Crusher Joe: The Ultimate Weapon: Ash (クラッシャージョウ 最終兵器アッシュ) (June 1989) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • City Hunter: 357 Magnum (シティーハンター 愛と宿命のマグナム) (June 1989) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • SD Gundam's Counterattack (SDガンダムの逆襲) (July 1989) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 5)
  • Gunhed (ガンヘッド) (July 1989) (Theater animation)
  • Shin Mashin Hero Wataru (真魔神英雄伝ワタル) (August 1989–September 1989) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 7)
  • City Hunter 3 (シティーハンター3) (October 1989–January 1990) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Nippon TV) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • Ronin Warriors: Legend of the Inferno Armor (鎧伝サムライトルーパー 輝煌帝伝説) (October 1989–January 1990) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 2)
  • Mobile Police Patlabor (機動警察パトレイバー) (October 1989–September 1990) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Nippon TV) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Assemble Insert (アッセンブル・インサート) (December 1989–February 1990) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 1)

1990s[edit]

  • SD Gundam (機動戦士SDガンダム) (May 1988–August 1991) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 5 & Studio 3)
  • Jushin Liger (獣神ライガー) (March 1989–January 1990) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 2)
  • Madō King Granzort (魔動王グランゾート) (April 1989–March 1990) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Nippon TV) (Post-Production: Studio 7)
  • City Hunter 3 (シティーハンター3) (October 1989–January 1990) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Nippon TV) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • Ronin Warriors: Legend of the Inferno Armor (鎧伝サムライトルーパー 輝煌帝伝説) (October 1989–January 1990) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 2)
  • Mobile Police Patlabor (機動警察パトレイバー) (October 1989–September 1990) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Nippon TV) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Assemble Insert (アッセンブル・インサート) (December 1989-February 1990) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Dirty Pair: Flight 005 Conspiracy (ダーティペア 謀略の005便) (January 1990) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Brave Exkaiser (勇者エクスカイザー) (February 1990–January 1991) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 7)
  • Mashin Hero Wataru 2 (魔神英雄伝ワタル2) (March 1990–March 1991) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Nippon TV) (Post-Production: Studio 7)
  • SD Gundam Gaiden (SDガンダム外伝) (March 1990–March 1991) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 5)
  • Obatarian (オバタリアン) (April 1990) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • City Hunter: Bay City Wars (シティーハンター ベイシティウォーズ) (August 1990) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • City Hunter: Million Dollar Conspiracy (シティーハンター 百万ドルの陰謀) (August 1990) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • GRANZORT: The Final Magical Battle (魔動王グランゾート 最後のマジカル大戦) (August 1990–September 1990) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 7)
  • Patlabor: The New Files (機動警察パトレイバー THE NEW OVA) (November 1990–April 1992) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • The Brave Fighter of Sun Fighbird (太陽の勇者ファイバード) (February 1991–February 1992) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 7)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam F91 (機動戦士ガンダムF91) (March 1991) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 2)
  • SD Gundam Musha, Knight, Commando (武者・騎士・コマンド SDガンダム緊急出撃) (March 1991–August 1991) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 5)
  • Ronin Warriors MESSAGE (鎧伝サムライトルーパー MESSAGE) (March 1991–August 1991) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 2)
  • Future GPX Cyber Formula (新世紀GPXサイバーフォーミュラ) (March 1991–December 1991) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Nippon TV) (Post-Production: Studio 7)
  • City Hunter '91 (シティーハンター'91) (April 1991–October 1991) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Nippon TV) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • Armored Police Metal Jack (機甲警察メタルジャック) (April 1991–December 1991) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 7)
  • Matchless Raijin-Oh (絶対無敵ライジンオー) (April 1991–March 1992) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 5)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam 0083: Stardust Memory (機動戦士ガンダム0083 STARDUST MEMORY) (May 1991–September 1992) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • Mama is a 4th Grader (ママは小学4年生) (January 1992–December 1992) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Nippon TV) (Post-Production: Studio 2)
  • The Brave Fighter of Legend Da-Garn (伝説の勇者ダ・ガーン) (February 1992–January 1993) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 7)
  • GRANZORT: The Mado Stone (魔動王グランゾート 冒険編) (March 1992–June 1992) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 7)
  • Genki Bakuhatsu Ganbaruger (元気爆発ガンバルガー) (April 1992–February 1993) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 5)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam 0083: The Last Blitz of Zeon (機動戦士ガンダム0083 ジオンの残光) (August 1992) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • Raijin-Oh FINAL (ライジンオーFINAL) (September 1992–February 1993) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 5)
  • Future GPX Cyber Formula 11 (新世紀GPXサイバーフォーミュラ11) (November 1992–June 1993) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 7)
  • The Brave Express Might Gaine (勇者特急マイトガイン) (January 1993–January 1994) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 7)
  • SD Gundam Festival (SDガンダムまつり) (March 1993) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 3 & Studio 1)
  • Nekketsu Saikyō Go-Saurer (熱血最強ゴウザウラー) (March 1993–February 1994) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 5)
  • Mobile Suit Victory Gundam (機動戦士Vガンダム) (April 1993–March 1994) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • Iron Leaguer (疾風!アイアンリーガー) (April 1993–March 1994) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • Mashin Hero Wataru: The Endless Story (魔神英雄伝ワタル 終わりなき時の物語) (October 1993–February 1994) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 7)
  • Brave Police J-Decker (勇者警察ジェイデッカー) (February 1994–January 1995) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 7)
  • Dirty Pair Flash (ダーティペアFLASH) (February 1994–April 1996) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 2)
  • VOTOMS: Shining Heresy (装甲騎兵ボトムズ 赫奕たる異端) (March 1994–December 1994) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 5)
  • Future GPX Cyber Formula ZERO (新世紀GPXサイバーフォーミュラZERO) (April 1994–February 1995) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 7)
  • Haō Taikei Ryū Knight (覇王大系リューナイト) (April 1994–March 1995) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Mobile Fighter G Gundam (機動武闘伝Gガンダム) (April 1994–March 1995) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 2)
  • Ryū Knight: Adeu's Legend (覇王大系リューナイト アデュー・レジェンド) (July 1994–May 1996) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Iron Leaguer: Under of The Banner of Silver Light (疾風!アイアンリーガー 銀光の旗の下に) (November 1994–April 1995) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • The Brave of Gold Goldran (黄金勇者ゴルドラン) (February 1995–January 1996) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 7)
  • Wild Knights Gulkeeva (獣戦士ガルキーバ) (April 1995–September 1995) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam Wing (新機動戦記ガンダムW) (April 1995–March 1996) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Street Fighter (ストリートファイター) (October 1995–May 1997) (co-production with Madhouse Studios) (TV animation) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • City Hunter: The Secret Service (シティーハンター ザ・シークレット・サービス) (January 1996) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team (機動戦士ガンダム 第08MS小隊) (January 1996–July 1999) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • Brave Command Dagwon (勇者指令ダグオン) (February 1996–January 1997) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 7)
  • The Silent Service (沈黙の艦隊) (March 1996–January 1998) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 3 (VOYAGE.01 (March 1996)) → Studio 9 (VOYAGE.02 & VOYAGE.03 (September 1997–January 1998))
  • Future GPX Cyber Formula EARLYDAYS RENEWAL (新世紀GPXサイバーフォーミュラEARLYDAYS RENEWAL) (April 1996–June 1996) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 7)
  • The Vision of Escaflowne (天空のエスカフローネ) (April 1996–September 1996) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • Gundam Wing: Operation Meteor (新機動戦記ガンダムW オペレーション・メテオ) (April 1996–October 1996) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • After War Gundam X (機動新世紀ガンダムX) (April 1996–December 1996) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Ganbarist! Shun (ガンバリスト!駿) (July 1996–March 1997) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Nippon TV) (Post-Production: Studio 5)
  • Future GPX Cyber Formula SAGA (新世紀GPXサイバーフォーミュラSAGA) (August 1996–July 1997) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 10)
  • Raideen the Superior (超者ライディーン) (October 1996–June 1997) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 8)
  • Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz (新機動戦記ガンダムW ENDLESS WALTZ) (January 1997–July 1997) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • The King of Braves GaoGaiGar (勇者王ガオガイガー) (February 1997–January 1998) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 7)
  • City Hunter: Good-Bye My Sweetheart (シティーハンター グッド・バイ・マイ・スイート・ハート) (April 1997) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 6)
  • DAGWON: The Boy with Crystal Eyes (勇者指令ダグオン 水晶の瞳の少年) (October 1997–December 1997) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 7)
  • Ultra Mashin Hero Wataru (超魔神英雄伝ワタル) (October 1997–September 1998) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 6)
  • Outlaw Star (星方武侠アウトロースター) (January 1998–June 1998) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 10)
  • Round Vernian Vifam 13 (銀河漂流バイファム13) (March 1998–October 1998) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • Sentimental Journey (センチメンタルジャーニー) (April 1998–July 1998) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 6)
  • Brain Powerd (ブレンパワード) (April 1998–November 1998) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: WOWOW) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • DT Eightron (DTエイトロン) (April 1998–November 1998) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Fuji TV) (Post-Production: Studio 5)
  • Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz -Special Edition- (新機動戦記ガンダムW ENDLESS WALTZ 特別篇) (August 1998) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team: Miller's Report (機動戦士ガンダム 第08MS小隊 ミラーズ・リポート) (August 1998) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • GUNDAM Mission to the Rise (August 1998) (OVA) (Post-Production: Sunrise D.I.D)
  • Gasaraki (ガサラキ) (October 1998–March 1999) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 9)
  • Steam Detectives (快傑蒸気探偵団) (October 1998–March 1999) (co-production with Xebec) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • Cowboy Bebop (カウボーイビバップ) (October 1998–April 1999) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: WOWOW) (Post-Production: Studio 2)
  • Super Sonic Spinners (超速スピナー) (November 1998–September 1999) (co-production with Xebec) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 9)
  • Dinozaurs (ダイノゾーン) (December 1998) (OVA) (Post-Production: Sunrise D.I.D)
  • Future GPX Cyber Formula SIN (新世紀GPXサイバーフォーミュラSIN) (December 1998–March 2000) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 10)
  • Crest of the Stars (星界の紋章) (January 1999–March 1999) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: WOWOW) (Post-Production: Studio 5)
  • Space Pirate Mito (宇宙海賊ミトの大冒険) (January 1999–September 1999) (co-production with Triangle Staff) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 6)
  • Z-Mind (思春期美少女合体ロボ ジーマイン) (February 1999–July 1999) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 8)
  • City Hunter: Death of the Vicious Criminal Ryo Saeba (シティーハンター 緊急生中継!?凶悪犯冴羽獠の最期) (April 1999) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 8)
  • Angel Links (星方天使エンジェルリンクス) (April 1999–June 1999) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: WOWOW) (Post-Production: Studio 10)
  • Betterman (ベターマン) (April 1999–September 1999) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 7)
  • Aesop World (イソップワールド) (April 1999–December 1999) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 5)
  • Turn A Gundam (∀ガンダム) (April 1999–March 2000) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Fuji TV) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Firefighter! Daigo of Fire Company M (め組の大吾) (July 1999) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 5)
  • Seraphim Call (セラフィムコール) (October 1999–December 1999) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 8)
  • The Big O (THEビッグオー) (October 1999–January 2000) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: WOWOW) (Post-Production: Studio 6)
  • Infinite Ryvius (無限のリヴァイアス) (October 1999–March 2000) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 9)

2000s[edit]

  • Future GPX Cyber Formula SIN (新世紀GPXサイバーフォーミュラSIN) (December 1998–March 2000) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 10)
  • Turn A Gundam (∀ガンダム) (April 1999–March 2000) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Fuji TV) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • The Big O (THEビッグオー) (October 1999–January 2000) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: WOWOW) (Post-Production: Studio 6)
  • Infinite Ryvius (無限のリヴァイアス) (October 1999–March 2000) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 9)
  • The King of Braves GaoGaiGar Final (勇者王ガオガイガーFINAL) (January 2000–March 2003) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 7)
  • Mighty Cat Masked Niyandar (ニャニがニャンだー ニャンダーかめん) (February 2000–September 2001) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 8)
  • Passage of the Stars - Birth (星界の断章 誕生) (April 2000) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 5)
  • Crest of the Stars: SPECIAL (星界の紋章 総集編) (April 2000) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 5)
  • Banner of the Stars (星界の戦旗) (April 2000–July 2000) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: WOWOW) (Post-Production: Studio 5)
  • Love Hina (ラブひな) (April 2000–September 2000) (co-production with Xebec) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 8)
  • Escaflowne: A Girl in Gaea (エスカフローネ2000) (June 2000) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 2)
  • Dinozaurs: The Series (ダイノゾーン) (July 2000–December 2000) (TV animation) (Post-Production: Studio 10)
  • Brigadoon: Marin & Melan (BRIGADOON まりんとメラン) (July 2000–February 2001) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: WOWOW) (Post-Production: Studio 7)
  • Argento Soma (アルジェントソーマ) (October 2000–March 2001) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 9)
  • Gear Fighter Dendoh (GEAR戦士電童) (October 2000–June 2001) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 10)
  • Inuyasha (犬夜叉) (October 2000–September 2004) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Nippon TV) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • G-Saviour (G-SAVIOUR) (December 2000) (OVA) (Post-Production: Sunrise D.I.D)
  • ZOE: 2167 IDOLO (March 2001) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 6)
  • Z.O.E. Dolores,i (April 2001–September 2001) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 6)
  • Afro-Dog (アフロ犬) (June 2001) (OVA) (Post-Production: Sunrise D.I.D)
  • Banner of the Stars: SPECIAL (星界の戦旗 特別編) (July 2001) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 5)
  • Banner of the Stars II (星界の戦旗II) (July 2001–September 2001) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: WOWOW) (Post-Production: Studio 5)
  • s-CRY-ed (スクライド) (July 2001–December 2001) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 4)
  • Cowboy Bebop: The Movie (カウボーイビバップ 天国の扉) (September 2001) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 2)
  • Crush Gear (クラッシュギア) (October 2001–January 2004) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 10)
  • Inuyasha the Movie: Affections Touching Across Time (犬夜叉 時代を越える想い) (December 2001) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 5)
  • Turn A Gundam: Earth Light (∀ガンダム 地球光) (February 2002) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Turn A Gundam: Moonlight Butterfly (∀ガンダム 月光蝶) (February 2002) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Argento Soma: Alone and by myself (アルジェントソーマ 孤独と孤独) (February 2002) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 9)
  • Crush Gear: Kaizaban's Challenge (クラッシュギア カイザバーンの挑戦) (July 2002) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 10)
  • Witch Hunter Robin (ウィッチハンターロビン) (July 2002–December 2002) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 7)
  • Overman King Gainer (OVERMANキングゲイナー) (September 2002–March 2003) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: WOWOW) (Post-Production: Studio 4)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam SEED (機動戦士ガンダムSEED) (October 2002–September 2003) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS) (Post-Production: Studio 9)
  • Inuyasha the Movie: The Castle Beyond the Looking Glass (犬夜叉 鏡の中の夢幻城) (December 2002) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 5)
  • The Big O II (THEビッグオー SECOND SEASON) (January 2003–March 2003) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: WOWOW) (Post-Production: Studio 6)
  • Wolf's Rain (ウルフズレイン) (January 2003–July 2003) (co-production with Bones) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Fuji TV) (Post-Production: Studio 2)
  • Machine Robo Rescue (出撃!マシンロボレスキュー) (January 2003–January 2004) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Sunrise D.I.D)
  • Tank Knights Fortress (無限戦記ポトリス) (April 2003–March 2004) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 8)
  • Gundam Evolve (ガンダムEVOLVE) (September 2003–January 2007) (OVA) (Post-Production: Sunrise D.I.D)
  • Planetes (プラネテス) (October 2003–April 2004) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: NHK) (Post-Production: Studio 4)
  • Inuyasha the Movie: Swords of an Honorable Ruler (犬夜叉 天下覇道の剣) (December 2003) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 5)
  • Superior Defender Gundam Force (SDガンダムフォース) (January 2004–December 2004) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Sunrise D.I.D)
  • Kaiketsu Zorori (かいけつゾロリ) (February 2004–January 2007) (In association with Ajia-do Animation Works) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 5)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam SEED AFTER PHASE (機動戦士ガンダムSEED AFTER PHASE) (March 2004) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 9)
  • Sgt. Frog (ケロロ軍曹) (April 2004–April 2011) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 6)
  • Steamboy (スチームボーイ) (August 2004) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Nerima Studio)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam SEED: Special Edition (機動戦士ガンダムSEED SPECIAL EDITION) (August 2004–October 2004) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 9)
  • My-HiME (舞-HiME) (September 2004–March 2005) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 8)
  • Onmyō Taisenki (陰陽大戦記) (September 2004–September 2005) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 10)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny (機動戦士ガンダムSEED DESTINY) (October 2004–October 2005) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • Yakitate!! Japan (焼きたて!!ジャぱん) (October 2004–March 2006) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Inuyasha the Movie: Fire on the Mystic Island (犬夜叉 紅蓮の蓬莱島) (December 2004) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 5)
  • GaoGaiGar Final -Grand Glorious Gathering- (勇者王ガオガイガーFINAL GRAND GLORIOUS GATHERING) (April 2005–June 2005) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 7)
  • Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam: A New Translation (機動戦士Ζガンダム A NEW TRANSLATION) (May 2005–March 2006) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 7)
  • Hotori - A Simple Wish for Joy (ほとり 〜たださいわいを希う。〜) (August 2005) (OVA) (Post-Production: Nerima Studio)
  • Banner of the Stars III (星界の戦旗III) (August 2005–September 2005) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 5)
  • Cluster Edge (クラスターエッジ) (October 2005–March 2006) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • My-Otome (舞-乙HiME) (October 2005–March 2006) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 8)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny: FINAL PLUS (機動戦士ガンダムSEED DESTINY FINAL PLUS) (December 2005) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • The Wings of Rean (リーンの翼) (December 2005–August 2006) (OVA) (Post-Production: Nerima Studio)
  • Keroro Gunsō the Super Movie (超劇場版ケロロ軍曹) (March 2006) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 6)
  • Kaiketsu Zorori: The Battle for the Mysterious Treasure (かいけつゾロリ なぞのお宝大さくせん) (In association with Ajia-do Animation Works) (March 2006) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 5)
  • Zegapain (ゼーガペイン) (April 2006–September 2006) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 9)
  • Gin Tama (銀魂) (April 2006–March 2010) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 5)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny: Special Edition (機動戦士ガンダムSEED DESTINY SPECIAL EDITION) (May 2006–January 2007) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • Cluster Edge Secret Episode (クラスターエッジ SECRET EPISODE) (September 2006) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Intrigue in the Bakumatsu – Irohanihoheto (幕末機関説いろはにほへと) (October 2006–April 2007) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Animax) (Post-Production: Studio 7)
  • Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion (コードギアス 反逆のルルーシュ) (October 2006–July 2007) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS) (Post-Production: Studio 4)
  • Kekkaishi (結界師) (October 2006–February 2008) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Nippon TV) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam SEED C.E. 73: Stargazer (機動戦士ガンダムSEED C.E.73 STARGAZER) (November 2006) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • My-Otome Zwei (舞-乙HiME Zwei) (November 2006–August 2007) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 8)
  • Freedom Project (FREEDOM PROJECT) (November 2006–May 2008) (OVA) (Post-Production: Nerima Studio)
  • Dinosaur King (古代王者恐竜キング) (February 2007–August 2008) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 10)
  • Keroro Gunsō the Super Movie 2: The Deep Sea Princess (超劇場版ケロロ軍曹2 深海のプリンセスであります!)(March 2007) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 6)
  • Chibi Kero: Secret of the Kero Ball!? (ちびケロ ケロボールの秘密!?) (March 2007) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 6)
  • Idolmaster: Xenoglossia (アイドルマスター XENOGLOSSIA) (April 2007–September 2007) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: AT-X) (Post-Production: Studio 8)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam 00 (機動戦士ガンダム00) (October 2007–March 2008) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • Armored Trooper Votoms: Pailsen Files (装甲騎兵ボトムズ ペールゼン・ファイルズ) (October 2007–August 2008) (OVA) (Post-Production: Sunrise D.I.D)
  • Code Geass: Black Rebellion (コードギアス BLACK REBELLION) (February 2008) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 4)
  • My-Otome 0~S.ifr~ (舞-乙HiME 0~S.ifr~) (February 2008–November 2008) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 8)
  • Keroro Gunso the Super Movie 3: Keroro vs. Keroro Great Sky Duel (劇場版ケロロ軍曹3 ケロロ対ケロロ大決戦であります!) (March 2008) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 6)
  • Musha Kero: Debut! Sengoku Planet Ran Big Battle!! (武者ケロ お披露目!戦国ラン星大バトル!!) (March 2008) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 6)
  • Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2 (コードギアス 反逆のルルーシュR2) (April 2008–September 2008) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS) (Post-Production: Studio 4)
  • Battle Spirits: Shounen Toppa Bashin (バトルスピリッツ 少年突破バシン) (September 2008–September 2009) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 9)
  • Tales of the Abyss (テイルズ オブ ジ アビス) (October 2008–March 2009) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Tokyo MX) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Second Season (機動戦士ガンダム00 SECOND SEASON) (October 2008–March 2009) (Broadcaster: TBS) (TV animation) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • Pailsen Files the Movie (装甲騎兵ボトムズ ペールゼン・ファイルズ 劇場版) (January 2009) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Sunrise D.I.D)
  • The Girl Who Leapt Through Space (宇宙をかける少女) (January 2009–June 2009) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 8)
  • Black God (黒神) (January 2009–June 2009) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 11)
  • Keroro Gunso the Super Movie 4: Gekishin Dragon Warriors (超劇場版ケロロ軍曹4 撃侵ドラゴンウォリアーズであります!) (March 2009) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 6)
  • Kero 0: Depart! Assembly of Everyone!! (ケロ0 出発だよ!全員集合!!) (March 2009) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 6)
  • Code Geass: Zero Requiem (コードギアス ZERO REQUIEM) (July 2009) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 4)
  • Battle Spirits: Shounen Gekiha Dan (バトルスピリッツ 少年激覇ダン) (September 2009–September 2010) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 9)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Special Edition (機動戦士ガンダム00 SPECIAL EDITION) (October 2009–February 2010) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • Inuyasha: The Final Act (犬夜叉 完結編) (October 2009–March 2010) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Nippon TV) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Kiddy Girl-and (キディガーランド) (October 2009–March 2010) (co-production with Satelight) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Tokyo MX) (Post-Production: Studio 11)
  • Fairy Tail (フェアリーテイル) (October 2009–Ongoing) (co-production with A-1 Pictures) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 8)
  • Hipira: The Little Vampire (ヒピラくん) (December 2009) (OVA) (Post-Production: Nerima Studio)

2010s[edit]

  • Sgt. Frog (ケロロ軍曹) (April 2004–April 2011) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 6)
  • Gintama (銀魂) (April 2006–March 2010) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 5)
  • Battle Spirits: Shounen Gekiha Dan (バトルスピリッツ 少年激覇ダン) (September 2009–September 2010) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 9)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Special Edition (機動戦士ガンダム00 SPECIAL EDITION) (October 2009–February 2010) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • Inuyasha: The Final Act (犬夜叉 完結編) (October 2009–March 2010) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Nippon TV) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Kiddy Girl-and (キディガーランド) (October 2009-March 2010) (co-production with Satelight) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Tokyo MX) (Post-Production: Studio 11)
  • Fairy Tail (フェアリーテイル) (October 2009–Ongoing) (co-production with A-1 Pictures) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 8)
  • Sound of the Sky (ソラノヲト) (January 2010–March 2010) (co-production with A-1 Pictures) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 8)
  • Keroro Gunso the Super Movie: Creation! Ultimate Keroro, Wonder Space-Time Island (超劇場版ケロロ軍曹5 誕生!究極ケロロ 奇跡の時空島であります!!) (February 2010) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 6)
  • Chō Denei-ban SD Gundam Sangokuden Brave Battle Warriors (超電影版SDガンダム三国伝 Brave Battle Warriors) (February 2010) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Nerima Studio)
  • VOTOMS: Phantom Chapter (装甲騎兵ボトムズ 幻影篇) (March 2010–October 2010) (OVA) (Post-Production: Sunrise D.I.D)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn (機動戦士ガンダムUC) (March 2010–June 2014) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Gintama: The Movie (銀魂 新訳紅桜篇) (April 2010) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 5)
  • Mayoi Neko Overrun! (迷い猫オーバーラン!) (April 2010–June 2010) (co-production with AIC) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Tokyo MX) (Post-Production: Studio 8)
  • SD Gundam Sangokuden Brave Battle Warriors (SDガンダム三国伝 Brave Battle Warriors) (April 2010–March 2011) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Nerima Studio)
  • King of Thorn (いばらの王) (May 2010) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Nerima Studio)
  • Mitsudomoe (みつどもえ) (July 2010–March 2011) (co-production with Bridge) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS) (Post-Production: Studio 6)
  • Colorful (カラフル) (August 2010) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Nerima Studio)
  • Model Suit Gunpla Builders Beginning G (模型戦士ガンプラビルダーズ ビギニングG) (August 2010–December 2010) (OVA) (Post-Production: Sunrise D.I.D)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam 00 the Movie: A Wakening of the Trailblazer (劇場版 機動戦士ガンダム00 -A wakening of the Trailblazer-) (September 2010) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • Battle Spirits Brave (バトルスピリッツ ブレイヴ) (September 2010–September 2011) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 9)
  • VOTOMS: Case;Irvine (装甲騎兵ボトムズ CASE;IRVINE) (November 2010) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 8)
  • Votoms Finder (ボトムズファインダー) (December 2010) (OVA) (Post-Production: Sunrise D.I.D)
  • VOTOMS: Alone Again (装甲騎兵ボトムズ 孤影再び) (January 2011) (OVA) (Post-Production: Sunrise D.I.D)
  • Wandering Son (放浪息子) (January 2011–March 2011) (co-production with AIC) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Fuji TV) (Post-Production: Studio 5)
  • Coicent (コイ☆セント) (February 2011) (OVA) (Post-Production: Nerima Studio)
  • Tiger & Bunny (TIGER&BUNNY) (April 2011–September 2011) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS) (Post-Production: Studio 6)
  • Gintama' (銀魂') (April 2011–March 2012) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 5)
  • Sacred Seven (セイクリッドセブン) (July 2011–September 2011) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS) (Post-Production: Studio 7)
  • Battle Spirits: Heroes (バトルスピリッツ 覇王) (September 2011–September 2012) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 9)
  • Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere (境界線上のホライゾン) (October 2011–December 2011) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS) (Post-Production: Studio 8)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam AGE (機動戦士ガンダムAGE) (October 2011–September 2012) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • Phi Brain: Puzzle of God (ファイ・ブレイン 神のパズル) (October 2011–March 2014) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: NHK) (Post-Production: Studio 10)
  • s-CRY-ed: Alteration TAO (スクライド オルタレイションTAO) (November 2011) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 4)
  • Daily Lives of High School Boys (男子高校生の日常) (January 2012–March 2012) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 9)
  • s-CRY-ed: Alteration QUAN (スクライド オルタレイションQUAN) (March 2012) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 4)
  • Natsuiro Kiseki (夏色キセキ) (April 2012–June 2012) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS) (Post-Production: Studio 11)
  • Accel World (アクセル・ワールド) (April 2012–September 2012) (In association with GENCO) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Tokyo MX) (Post-Production: Studio 8)
  • Code Geass: Nunnally in Wonderland (コードギアス ナナリーINワンダーランド) (July 2012) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 4)
  • Good Luck Girl! (貧乏神が!) (July 2012–September 2012) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 9)
  • Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere 2nd Season (境界線上のホライゾンII) (July 2012–September 2012) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS) (Post-Production: Studio 8)
  • Code Geass: Akito the Exiled (コードギアス 亡国のアキト) (August 2012–Ongoing) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 4)
  • Tiger & Bunny: The Beginning (TIGER&BUNNY THE BEGINNING) (September 2012) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 6)
  • Battle Spirits: Sword Eyes (バトルスピリッツ ソードアイズ) (September 2012–September 2013) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 9)
  • Hayate the Combat Butler: Can't Take My Eyes Off You (ハヤテのごとく! CAN'T TAKE MY EYES OFF YOU) (October 2012–December 2012) (co-production with Manglobe) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 10)
  • Gintama' Overtime (銀魂' 延長戦) (October 2012–March 2013) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 5)
  • Aikatsu! (アイカツ!) (October 2012–Ongoing) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 9 & Studio 5)
  • Psychic School Wars (ねらわれた学園) (November 2012) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 8)
  • Zorori's Big Big Big Big Adventure! (かいけつゾロリ だ・だ・だ・だいぼうけん!) (December 2012) (In association with Ajia-do Animation Works) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 5)
  • Love Live! (ラブライブ!) (January 2013–March 2013) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Tokyo MX) (Post-Production: Studio 8)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team: Battle in Three Dimensions (機動戦士ガンダム 第08MS小隊 三次元との戦い) (February 2013) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • Space Battleship Yamato 2199 (宇宙戦艦ヤマト2199) (April 2013–September 2013) (co-production with AIC and Xebec) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS) (Post-Production: Sunrise D.I.D.)
  • Valvrave the Liberator (革命機ヴァルヴレイヴ) (April 2013–December 2013) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS) (Post-Production: Nerima Studio)
  • Gintama: The Movie: The Final Chapter: Be Forever Yorozuya (劇場版 銀魂 完結篇 万事屋よ永遠なれ) (July 2013) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 5)
  • Short Peace (ショート・ピース) (July 2013) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Nerima Studio) (Received an Academy Award nomination for Best Animated Short Film for it's segment Possessions (九十九))
  • Mobile Suit Gundam AGE: Memory of Eden (機動戦士ガンダムAGE MEMORY OF EDEN) (July 2013) (OVA) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • Battle Spirits: Saikyou Ginga Ultimate Zero (最強銀河究極ゼロ ~バトルスピリッツ~) (September 2013–Ongoing) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Asahi) (Post-Production: Studio 9)
  • Gundam Build Fighters (ガンダムビルドファイターズ) (October 2013–March 2014) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • Kaiketsu Zorori: Protect It! The Dinosaur Egg (かいけつゾロリ まもるぜ!きょうりゅうのたまご) (December 2013) (In association with Ajia-do Animation Works) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 5)
  • Buddy Complex (バディ・コンプレックス) (January 2014–March 2014) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Tokyo MX) (Post-Production: Studio 8)
  • Tiger & Bunny: The Rising (TIGER&BUNNY THE RISING) (February 2014) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 6)
  • KERORO (ケロロ 〜KERORO〜) (March 2014–Ongoing) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Animax) (Post-Production: Studio 6)
  • Love Live! 2 (ラブライブ! 2) (April 2014–June 2014) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Tokyo MX) (Post-Production: Studio 8)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam-san (機動戦士ガンダムさん) (July 2014–Ongoing) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Tokyo MX) (Post-Production: Studio 6)
  • Buddy Complex: The Final Chapter (バディ・コンプレックス 完結編) (October 2014–In Production) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: Tokyo MX) (Post-Production: Studio 8)
  • Gundam Reconguista in G (ガンダム Gのレコンギスタ) (October 2014–In Production) (TV animation) (Broadcaster: TBS) (Post-Production: Studio 1)
  • Gundam Build Fighters TRY (ガンダムビルドファイターズTRY) (October 2014–In Production) (Broadcaster: TV Tokyo) (TV animation) (Post-Production: Studio 3)
  • Cross Ange: Rondo of Angels and Dragons (クロスアンジュ 天使と竜の輪舞) (October 2014–In Production) (TV animation)
  • Tribe Cool Crew (トライブクルクル) (October 2014–In Production) (TV animation)
  • Aikatsu The Movie (劇場版アイカツ!) (December 2014) (Theater animation) (Post-Production: Studio 5)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin (機動戦士ガンダム THE ORIGIN) (2015) (OVA)

Contributive works[edit]

International distribution[edit]

In the past, any anime that was originally produced by Sunrise, Inc. and Bandai and licensed by Bandai Visual in Japan was licensed and distributed in the United States by Bandai Entertainment and in Europe by Beez Entertainment. However, as of 2012, both companies have shut down. In the North American regions, distributors such as Funimation, Viz Media, Sentai Filmworks and NIS America have licensed Sunrise properties, as well as some Sunrise/Aniplex properties by Aniplex of America. In Europe, companies such as Anime Limited and Manga Entertainment in the UK and Kazé in France have begun to rescue former titles once distributed by Beez as well as other Sunrise titles. In Australia, like most anime that is released there, Sunrise productions are released by Madman Entertainment. At Anime Boston 2013, Sunrise confirmed that they themselves will begin licensing anime in North America, and are in talks with companies like Sentai, Funimation, and Viz to distribute their titles onto DVD and Blu-ray.[7] In addition, Right Stuf has signed a deal to distribute and re-release Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn on DVD in North America.[8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sunrise Official Site" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2006-02-06. 
  2. ^ "SUNRISE INTERNATIONAL Information". Retrieved 2006-02-06. 
  3. ^ Animage Editorial Staff (August 1987). "The main office searches for a fresh original robot anime (新たな道を模索するオリジナルロボットアニメの総本山 Arata na michi o mosakusuru orijinaru robotto anime no sōhonzan?)". Animage (in Japanese) 110: pp.60–65. 
  4. ^ "Company Outline." Sunrise. Retrieved on February 26, 2010.
  5. ^ http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/video/17634/#play-1
  6. ^ http://vanishingtrooper.wordpress.com/2011/10/08/a-rundown-of-the-studios-at-sunrise/
  7. ^ "Funimation, Sentai in Talks Over Former Bandai Titles". Anime News Network. Retrieved 24 June 2013. 
  8. ^ "Right Stuf to Release Gundam UC on DVD". Anime News Network. Retrieved 24 June 2013. 

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