Imagica

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IMAGICA Corporation
Public KK
Industry Motion picture
Communications
Founded 1935
Headquarters Tokyo, Japan
Products Post production
Total assets ¥17.358115 billion JPY (Till from 31 March 2008)
Website www.imagica.com
Imagica film scanner

IMAGICA Corporation (株式会社IMAGICA Kabushiki-gaisha Imajika?) is a Japanese post-production company for movies, television programmes and commercials, etc., established in 1935 and headquartered in Shinagawa, Tokyo, Japan. It is a subsidiary of Imagica Robot Holdings Inc.

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Imagica was formerly named Far East Laboratory (極東現像所 Kyokutō Genzōsho?) from 1935 to 1942, and Toyo Laboratory (東洋現像所 Tōyō Genzōsho?) from 1942 to 1986, and changed to its current name in 1986. Imagica started theatrical film developing business.[1]

On 1 April 2004, Imagica and Robot Communications co-established Imagica Robot Holdings Inc., and Imagica became a part of this company.

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