|Industry||CGI animation studio|
Number of employees
|154 (as of August 2016)|
|Parent||Ultra Super Pictures|
Sanzigen Inc. (株式会社サンジゲン Kabushiki gaisha Sanjigen) is a Japanese animation company specializing in CGI animation. The studio was founded in 2003, later becoming formally incorporated in 2006 by former employees of Gonzo, and has contributed to various anime series and films. Its name is derived from the Japanese word for "three-dimensional" (三次元 sanjigen). Sanzigen joined the Japanese joint holding company Ultra Super Pictures with studios Ordet and Trigger, who would later be joined by Liden Films.
- Black Rock Shooter (2012; co-production with Ordet)
- Wooser's Hand-to-Mouth Life (2012)
- Wooser's Hand-to-Mouth Life: Awakening Arc (2014)
- Wooser's Hand-to-Mouth Life: Phantasmagoric Arc (2015)
- Arpeggio of Blue Steel (2013)
- Miss Monochrome (2013-2015; co-production with Liden Films)
- Arslan Senki (2015; co-production with Liden Films)
- Heavy Object (2015-2016; 3DCG; animation production by J.C. Staff)
- Bubuki Buranki (2016)
- Bubuki Buranki 2: The Gentle Giants of the Galaxy (2016)
- ID-0 (2017)
- BanG Dream! Girls Band Party! ☆ Pico (2018, with DMM.futureworks)
- BanG Dream! (2019-2020; second and third seasons)
- Sorcery in the Big City (2017)
- Monster Strike: The Long-Awaited Utopia (2017, co-production with Yokohama Animation Lab)
- Monster Strike 2nd Season (2017, co-production with Yokohama Animation Lab)
- 009 Re:Cyborg (2012; co-production with Production I.G)
- Initial D Legend 1: Awakening (2014; co-production with Liden Films)
- Initial D Legend 2: Racer (2015; co-production with Liden Films)
- Arpeggio of Blue Steel: Ars Nova DC (2015)
- Arpeggio of Blue Steel: Ars Nova Cadenza (2015)
- Initial D Legend 3: Dream (2016; co-production with Liden Films)
- Promare (2019; co-production with Studio Trigger and XFLAG)
- BanG Dream! FILM LIVE (2019)
- Loo, Egan (27 October 2011). "Sanzigen, Ordet, Trigger Form Ultra Super Pictures Holding Firm". Anime News Network. Retrieved 14 March 2019.
- Loo, Egan (12 May 2018). "BanG Dream's New Anime Seasons Replace ISSEN, Xebec Studios With Sanzigen". Anime News Network. Retrieved 12 May 2018.
- Hodgkins, Crystalyn (12 October 2018). "1st Promo Video for Trigger, XFlag's Promare Anime Reveals Theatrical Release in 2019". Anime News Network. Retrieved 13 October 2018.
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