|Kabushiki-gaisha Sutajio Hibari|
|Headquarters||Nerima, Tokyo, Japan|
|Sachiko Mitsunobu (President)|
Seiji Mitsunobu (CEO)
Number of employees
Photography Department (撮影部)
Studio Hibari, Inc. (Japanese: 株式会社スタジオ雲雀, Hepburn: Kabushiki-gaisha Sutajio Hibari) is a Japanese animation studio founded in July 1979 by Hiroyoshi Mitsunobu and his wife Sachiko. In 1985 Hiroyoshi Mitsunobu fell ill and Sachiko Mitsunobu was appointed president. During that time Seiji Mitsunobu (Hiroyoshi and Sachiko's son) was appointed CEO.
- LARX Entertainment Co., Ltd. (株式会社ラークスエンタテインメント): A computer animation studio established in 2006-07.
- Lerche (ラルケ): An animation brand established in 2011 by the studio. The majority of the projects from Studio Hibari have been made under this brand since the creation of it instead of using the Studio Hibari brand, which have been used more for other venues like production in anime.
- Sensual Phrase (1999−2000)
- Taro the Space Alien (2000−2001)
- Tantei Shounen Kageman (2001−2002)
- Duel Masters Charge (2004–2006)
- Duel Masters: Sacred Lands (with Hasbro Studios, 2005–2006)
- Mirmo! (2002−2005)
- Happy Lesson (2002)
- Raimuiro Senkitan (2003)
- Happy Lesson Advance (2003)
- Grandpa Danger (2004−2005)
- Major (episodes 1−78, 2004−2007)
- Happy Seven (with Trinet Entertainment, 2005)
- Gargoyle of Yoshinaga House (with Trinet Entertainment, 2006)
- Tsuyokiss (with Trinet Entertainment, 2006)
- Nerima Daikon Brothers (2006)
- Kashimashi: Girl Meets Girl (2006)
- Sumomomo Momomo (2006–2007)
- Venus Versus Virus (2007)
- Moonlight Mile (2007)
- Net Ghost PiPoPa (2008−2009)
- Charger Girl Ju-den Chan (2009)
- Weiß Survive (2009)
- Weiß Survive R (2009–2010)
- Yumeiro Patissiere (produced by Studio Pierrot, 2009)
- Yumeiro Patissiere SP Professional (produced by Studio Pierrot, 2010)
- Clean Freak! Aoyama-kun (2017)
- High Card (2023)
- Izumo (with Grouper Productions and Corp, 1991)
- Raimuiro Senkitan: The South Island Dream Romantic Adventure (2004)
- Netrun-mon The Movie 1: Net no Sumi de Blog to Sakebu (2004)
- Kashimashi: Girl Meets Girl (2006)
- Sumomomo Momomo (2007)
- Ketai Shoujo (2007)
- Hoshi no Umi no Amuri (2008)
- Isshoni Training: Training with Hinako (2009)
- Isshoni Sleeping: Sleeping with Hinako (2010)
- Isshoni Training 026: Bathtime with Hinako & Hiyoko (2010)
- Yumeiro Patissiere: Mune Kyun Tropical Island! (2010)
- Land of the Lustrous (2013)
- Monster Strike (2015−2016, production co-operation by Ultra Super Pictures)
- Monster Strike: Mermaid Rhapsody (2016, production co-operation by Ultra Super Pictures)
- Monster Strike: An Encore of Continuance- Pandora's Box (2016, production co-operation by Ultra Super Pictures)
- Ninjala (2020, production co-operation by Domerica)
- Tekken: Bloodline (with Larx Entertainment, 2022)
- Duel Masters: Curse of the Deathphoenix (2005)
- Junod (2010)
- The Stranger by the Shore (2020)
- Dragon Master Silk (1997)
- Gotcha Force (2003)
- Persona 4 (2008) Contributed Cutscenes with A-1 Pictures Inc.
- Shining Force Feather (2009)
- Disgaea D2: A Brighter Darkness (2013)
- ^ Lerche isn't a subsidiary company, but instead an animation brand owned by Studio Hibari.
- ^ "company | 株式会社スタジオ雲雀 公式サイト". Studio Hibari. Retrieved October 31, 2015.
- ^ "A Guide To Anime Studios". AnimeStyle. 14 June 2019.
- ^ ラークスエンタテインメント (in Japanese). Works Corporations. Archived from the original on September 1, 2013. Retrieved January 8, 2014.
- ^ アニメの３大源流とその系譜 ～東映・虫プロ・タツノコ〜 (PDF) (in Japanese). amecon.jp. March 13, 2013. p. 16. Archived (PDF) from the original on January 8, 2014. Retrieved January 8, 2014.
- ^ "History".
- ^ Ross, Carlos (July 30, 2012). "Sleeping with Hinako". T.H.E.M. Anime Reviews.
Bertram, Rebecca (January 1, 2015). "Im Bett mit Hinako". AnimePro.de (in German).
- ^ "Kanna Kii's Umibe no Étranger Boys-Love Manga Gets Anime Film Next Summer". Anime News Network. October 24, 2019. Retrieved October 24, 2019.
- Studio Hibari official website (in English)
- Larx Entertainment official website (in Japanese)
- Lerche official website (in Japanese)
- Studio Hibari at Anime News Network's encyclopedia