ENGI

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ENGI
Native name
株式会社エンギ
Kabushiki-gaisha Enjin
Kabushiki gaisha
Joint venture
IndustryAnimation studio
FoundedApril 4, 2018; 13 months ago (April 4, 2018)
Headquarters1-2-1 Kamiogi, Suginami, Tokyo, Japan
Total equity¥ 100,000,000[1]
Parent
Websiteengi-st.jp

ENGI Inc. (Japanese: 株式会社エンギ, Hepburn: Kabushiki-gaisha Enjin), also known as ENtertainment Graphic Innovation, or Studio ENGI, is a Japanese animation studio founded by Kadokawa, Sega Sammy Inc. and Ultra Super Pictures, and is a subsidiary of Kadokawa Corporation.

Establishment[edit]

On April 4, 2018, Kadokawa established ENGI.[2] It began operation on June 1, 2018.[3] The studio is based in Suginami, Tokyo.[4] Former Qtec representative director Tohru Kajio is serving as representative director for the new company. Board members include Kadokawa's Hiroshi Horiuchi and Takeshi Kikuchi, Kadokawa subsidiary Glovision's Shun'ichi Okabe, and Sammy's Ken'ichi Tokumura.[5]

Works[edit]

ENGI is an animation studio that mainly works within the anime industry, including but not limited to TV productions, game animations, and theatrical films.[6] The studio is responsible for producing the upcoming Kantai Collection anime,[7] and is working on the upcoming animated comic series Okamoto Kitchen.[8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ENGI,スタジオデータベース".
  2. ^ "Kadokawa, Sammy Establish New Anime Studio 'Engi'".
  3. ^ "乾脆自己做動畫,角川聯同另兩間公司成立控股動".
  4. ^ "KADOKAWA×サミー×ウルトラスーパーピクチャーズ ハイブリッドデジタルアニメーション制作スタジオ「ENGI」新設のお知らせ".
  5. ^ "Company Profile". ENGI.
  6. ^ "Company Business Profile". ENGI.
  7. ^ "Kantai Collection official Twitter".
  8. ^ "Okamoto Kitchen official Twitter".