Giza Studio

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Giza Studio
ギザ ステューディオ
Parent companyBeing Inc.
FoundedSeptember 1, 1998 (Japan)
2001 (United States)[1]
FounderDaiko Nagato
GenrePop, rock
Country of originJapan
LocationOsaka, Japan
Los Angeles, California, U.S
Official websiteGiza studio website

Giza Studio (ギザ ステューディオ, Giza Sutyūdio) is a Japanese record label.

The Giza Studio started as an indie label in the late 1990s under the name Garage Indies Zapping Association, but soon Being Inc. bought it as their sister label company. Giza Studio is located in Osaka, Japan and has been producing successful artists such as Mai Kuraki, Garnet Crow, Rina Aiuchi, etc. since their commercial service on September 1, 1998.[2] Along with other Being Group's sister labels (Zain Records, Rooms Records, B-Gram Records, BMFC, Vermillion Records and Northern Music), the studio's main task is to create music productivity by hiring talented artists, composers and engineers. The label's creative design (such as CD-jacket, photography and cinematography) is handled by Mod's House, while J-Disc is in charge of all the distribution and promotion of the sales.[3]

Giza's artists have provided numerous opening and ending themes for Anime television series such as Meitantei Conan, Project ARMS, MÄR and Tantei Gakuen Q.


  • Giza Studio (GZCA) 1999-
  • Tent House (TCR) 1999-
  • Garage Indies Zapping Association (ICR) 1999-2000
  • WEEDS (WRC) 1999
  • O-Town Jazz (formerly known as Giza Jazz; GZCA) 1999-
  • Giza USA (GZUC) 2000-2001
  • Styling Records (GZCS) 2002-2006
  • UNDOWN (UCR) 2003
  • Blue-Z (GZCB) 2004
  • D-Go (GZDC) 2012-
  • Crimzon (CCR) 2014-
  • Rozetta (RCR) 2014

Active artists[edit]

Giza Studio[edit]



  • Amai Bouryoku (甘い暴力)
  • Shintenchi Kaibyaku Shudan-Zigzag- (-真天地開闢集団-ジグザグ)

Giza Jazz / O-town Jazz[edit]

Former artists[edit]

Composers and arrangers[edit]

Compilation albums[edit]

Album Release Ranking
Giza Studio R&B Respect Vol.1: Six Sisters Selection 5 December 2001 20[4]
Giza Studio Masterpiece Blend 2001 19 December 2001 13[5]
Giza studio MAI-K & FRIENDS HOTROD BEACH PARTY 17 July 2002 15[6]
Giza Studio Masterpiece Blend 2002 18 December 2002 15[7]
Giza Studio Masterpiece Blend 2003 17 December 2003 33[8]
Flavor Jazz: Giza Jazz compilation vol.1 24 September 2008 x [9]
Giza studio 10th Anniversary Masterpiece Blend: Love Side 24 December 2008 119[10]
Giza studio 10th Anniversary Masterpiece Blend: Fun Side 24 December 2008 122[11]
Flavor Jazz: Giza Jazz compilation vol.2 30 September 2009 X[12]
Christmas Non-Stop Carol 1 December 2010 71[13]
Giza Studio Presents: Girls 12 October 2011 272[14]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "About Giza USA". The Official Giza USA Website.
  2. ^ "About Giza Studio". The Official Giza USA Website.
  3. ^ "INTRODUCTION". Official Giza Website (archived). Archived from the original on 2004-01-14. Retrieved 2020-08-27.
  4. ^ "GIZA studio R&B RESPECT Vol.1~six sisters selection~ (V.A)". Oricon News (in Japanese).
  5. ^ "GIZA studio Masterpiece BLEND 2001 (V.A)". Oricon News (in Japanese).
  6. ^ "GIZA studio Masterpiece BLEND 2002 (V.A)". Oricon News (in Japanese).
  7. ^ "GIZA studio Masterpiece BLEND 2002 (V.A)". Oricon News (in Japanese).
  8. ^ "GIZA studio Masterpiece BLEND 2003 (V.A)". Oricon News (in Japanese).
  9. ^ "Flavor Jazz ~GIZA Jazz compilation vol.1~(V.A)". Oricon News (in Japanese).
  10. ^ "Giza studio 10th Anniversary Masterpiece Blend: Love Side (V.A)". Oricon News (in Japanese).
  11. ^ "Giza studio 10th Anniversary Masterpiece Blend: Fun Side (V.A)". Oricon News (in Japanese).
  12. ^ "Flavor Jazz ~GIZA Jazz compilation vol.2~ (V.A)". Oricon News (in Japanese).
  13. ^ "Christmas Non-Stop Carol (V.A)". Oricon News (in Japanese).
  14. ^ "Giza Studio Presents: Girls (V.A)". Oricon News (in Japanese).

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