TYO Animations

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TYO Animations Inc.
株式会社TYOアニメーションズ
Business corporation
Industry Japanese animation planning and production
Predecessor Yumeta Company
Hal Film Maker
Founded October 1990 (as Yumeta Company)
July 2009 (as TYO Animations)
Headquarters Kiyose, Tokyo, Japan
Parent TYO Inc.
Website tyo-animation.com

TYO Animations Inc. (株式会社TYOアニメーションズ Kabushiki gaisha TYO Animēshonzu?) is a Japanese animation studio formed in 2009 as merger of Hal Film Maker and Yumeta Company.

History[edit]

TYO Inc., merged its two anime studio subsidiaries, Yumeta Company and Hal Film Maker, on July 1, 2009. Yumeta Company absorbed Hal Film Maker and changed its name to TYO Animations.[1]

Works[edit]

TV series[edit]

Title First run start date First run end date Genres Episodes Note(s)
Mainichi Kaasan[2] April 1, 2009 March 25, 2012 Comedy, Slice of life 142 Adaptation of the manga series by Rieko Saibara. Co-produced with Dong Woo Animation. (Episodes 97 to 142 only)
Tamayura: Hitotose October 3, 2011 December 19, 2011 Slice of life 12
+OVA
An anime series written and directed by Junichi Sato.
Ginga e Kickoff!! April 3, 2012 February 26, 2013 Sports (association football) 39 It was retitled Victory Kickoff during its European release.
Chōyaku Hyakunin isshu: Uta Koi July 3, 2012 September 25, 2012 Romance, Historical 13 Adaptation of the josei manga series by Kei Sugita.
Odoriko Clinoppe May 9, 2013 November 28, 2013 Comedy, Slice of Life 26 Based on the Creature-Raising Game by GREE.
Tamayura: More Aggressive July 3, 2013 September 18, 2013 Slice of life 12
+OVA
The second season of Tamayura.
Sengoku Musou SP: Sanada no Shou[3] March 21, 2014 March 21, 2014 Action, Historical, Samurai 1 Samurai Warriors's 10th anniversary special.
La Corda d'Oro Blue Sky April 5, 2014 June 21, 2014 Romance, Music, Fantasy 12 Based on the role-playing game series targeted at a female audience under the Neoromance series from Koei.
Wolf Girl and Black Prince October 2, 2014 December 21, 2014 Comedy, Romance, School 12 Adaptation of the shōjo manga series by Ayuko Hatta.
Sengoku Musou January 11, 2015 March 29, 2015 Action, Historical, Samurai 12 Based on the Samurai Warriors 4 video game by Tecmo Koei.
Aria the Avvenire September 26, 2015 Drama, Science fiction, Slice of life, Coming of age scheduled
YuruYuri San Hai! Comedy, Slice of life, Yuri TBA The 3rd season of YuruYuri.

Films[edit]

Title Release Date Genres Note(s)
Tamayura: Sotsugyou Shashin Part 1 - Kizashi April 4, 2015 Slice of life The first movie of a four-part finale of Tamayura.
Tamayura: Sotsugyou Shashin Part 2 August 29, 2015 Slice of life The 2nd movie of a four-part finale of Tamayura.
Tamayura: Sotsugyou Shashin Part 3 November 28, 2015 Slice of life The 3rd movie of a four-part finale of Tamayura.
Tamayura: Sotsugyou Shashin Part 4 February 2016 Slice of life The final movie of a four-part finale of Tamayura.

Original video animations[edit]

Title Release start date Release end date Genres Episodes Note(s)
Mudazumo Naki Kaikaku: The Legend of Koizumi February 26, 2010 February 26, 2010 Politics, Gambling, Comedy 3 Adaptation of the manga series by Hideki Ohwada.
One Off August 5, 2012 October 7, 2012 Slice of life 4 A series directed by Junichi Sato and produced by TYO Animations in collaboration with Honda.
YuruYuri Nachuyachumi! November 29, 2014 November 29, 2014 Comedy, Slice of life, Yuri 1

Original net animations[edit]

Title Release start date Release end date Genres Episodes Note(s)
+Tic Elder Sister May 16, 2011 July 26, 2012 Parody, Comedy 12 Adaptation of the manga series by Cha Kurii.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Yumeta, Hal Film Maker to Merge to Form TYO Animations". Anime News Network. 2009-05-28. Retrieved 2012-06-13. 
  2. ^ "Mainichi Kaasan". TYO Animations (in Japanese). 
  3. ^ "Sengoku Musou SP: Sanada no Shou". TYO Animations (in Japanese). 

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