Geno Studio

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Geno Studio
Native name
株式会社ジェノスタジオ
Romanized name
Kabushiki-gaisha Jeno Sutajio
Type Kabushiki gaisha
Industry Japanese animation
Predecessor Manglobe
FoundedNovember 19, 2015;5 years ago (2015-11-19)
Headquarters Tokyo, Japan
Key people
Kōji Yamamoto (CEO)
Parent Twin Engine
Website genostudio.co.jp

Geno Studio, Inc. (Japanese: 株式会社ジェノスタジオ, Hepburn: Kabushiki-gaisha Jeno Sutajio) is a Japanese animation studio subsidiary of animation production company Twin Engine.

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Establishment

In 2015, previous Fuji TV's Noitamina producer Kōji Yamamoto established the studio after he founded his own production company, Twin Engine, in 2014. Geno Studio is a complete subsidiary of Twin Engine, and most of its staff came from the now defunct studio Manglobe. [1]

Works

Television series

TitleDirector(s)First run start dateFirst run end dateEpsNote(s)Ref(s)
Kokkoku: Moment by Moment Yoshimitsu OhashiJanuary 7, 2018March 25, 201812Adaptation of the manga written by Seita Horio [2]
Golden Kamuy Hitoshi NanbaApril 9, 2018December 21, 202036Adaptation of the manga written by Satoru Noda [3]
Pet Takahiro Omori January 6, 2020March 30, 202013Adaptation of the manga written by Ranjō Miyake [4]

OVAs

Films

ONAs

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References

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