Chaos Project

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Chaos Project
Native name
有限会社カオスプロジェクト
Yūgen-gaisha Kaosu Purojekuto
Yūgen-gaisha
IndustryAnime
FoundedJuly 3, 1995; 24 years ago (July 3, 1995)
HeadquartersNerima, Tokyo, Japan
Key people
Ayumi Enomoto (representative)
ParentStudio Fantasia (ended 1995)

Chaos Project Co., Ltd., (Japanese: 有限会社カオスプロジェクト, Hepburn: Yūgen-gaisha Kaosu Purojekuto) is a Japanese animation studio that specializes in the production of anime. The studio's main jobs are as a sub-contracting company.

Establishment[edit]

After working with Tsuchida Production, Ayumi Enomoto joined Studio Fantasia as a producer. Studio Fantasia was reformed into two divisions, and, later, the first of Fantasia's two studios became independent as Chaos Project, with Ayumi as the head.

Works[edit]

The list below is a list of Chaos Project's works as a lead animation studio.

Anime television series[edit]

Anime Title Date Aired Eps Director(s) Note(s)
Shrine of the Morning Mist[1] July 4, 2002 – December 26, 2002 26 Yuji Moriyama Adaptation of a manga by Hiroki Ugawa
Co-animated with Gansis
Comic Party Revolution April 5, 2005 – May 3, 2005 4 Junichi Sakata Based on a game by Leaf
Episodes 5-13 produced by Radix

OVAs[edit]

Anime Title Date Released Eps Director(s) Note(s)
Variable Geo November 19, 1996 – June 27, 1997 3 Tooru Yoshida Based on a fighting game series by Giga/TGL.
Jungle de Ikou! March 26, 1997 – September 26, 1997 3 Yuji Moriyama Original work
Geobreeders: Get Back the Kitty May 21, 1998 – October 21, 1998 3 Yuji Moriyama Adaptation of a manga by Akihiro Ito
Choushin Hime Dangaizer 3 September 24, 1999 – March 23, 2001 4 Masami Ōbari Original work
Geobreeders 2: Breakthrough July 26, 2000 – March 23, 2001 4 Shin Misawa (chief)
Yuji Moriyama
Adaptation of a manga by Akihiro Ito
Usagi-chan de Cue!! November 9. 2001 – April 26, 2002 3 Tooru Yoshida Adaptation of a manga by Takashi Sano
Futari Ecchi July 26, 2002 – January 22, 2004 4 Hiroshi Ishiodori
Yuji Moriyama
Adaptation of a manga by Katsu Aki
Happy Lesson March 28, 2003 1 Ichika Doshita Adaptation of a manga by Mutsumi Sasaki
Episodes 1-3 produced by VENET
Episode 5 produced by Studio Kuma
Comic Party Revolution December 22, 2003 – November 11, 2004 4 Based on a game by Leaf
To Heart 2[2] February 28, 2007 – September 28, 2007 3 Yasuhisa Katō Based on a game by Leaf
Co-animated with Aquaplus
Yawaraka Sangokushi Tsukisase!! Ryofuko-chan December 26, 2007 – March 26, 2008 4 Yuji Moriyama
To Heart 2 AD[3] March 26, 2008 – August 8, 2008 2 Junichi Sakata Based on a game by Leaf
Co-animated with Aquaplus
To Heart 2 AD Plus[4] April 24, 2009 – October 17, 2009 2 Junichi Sakata Based on a game by Leaf
Co-animated with Aquaplus
Utawarerumono[5] June 5, 2009 – June 23, 2010 3 Kenichiro Katsura Based on a game by Leaf
Co-animated with Aquaplus
To Heart 2 AD Next[6] September 23, 2010 – December 22, 2010 2 Junichi Sakata Based on a game by Leaf
Co-animated with Aquaplus
To Heart 2: Dungeon Travelers[7] February 22, 2012 – July 25, 2012 2 Junichi Sakata Based on a game by Leaf

References[edit]

  1. ^ "朝霧の巫女" [Shrine of the Morning Mist (Staff)]. KING AMUSEMENT CREATIVE (in Japanese). Retrieved January 9, 2019.
  2. ^ "To Heart 2 OVA Staff and Cast (Official Site)". Aquaplus (in Japanese). Retrieved December 9, 2018.
  3. ^ "To Heart 2 ad Staff and Cast (Official Site)". Aquaplus (in Japanese). Retrieved December 9, 2018.
  4. ^ "To Heart 2 ad Plus Staff and Cast (Official Site)". Aquaplus (in Japanese). Retrieved December 9, 2018.
  5. ^ "OVA Utawarerumono Staff and Cast". Aquaplus (in Japanese). Retrieved December 9, 2018.
  6. ^ "To Heart 2 ad Next Staff and Cast (Official Site)". Aquaplus (in Japanese). Retrieved December 9, 2018.
  7. ^ "To Heart 2 ad dungeon travelers Staff and Caste (Official Site)". Aquaplus (in Japanese). Retrieved December 9, 2018.

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