Kenji Horikawa

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Kenji Horikawa
堀川 憲司
Born (1965-05-05) May 5, 1965 (age 55)
Nationality Japanese
Occupation Anime producer
EmployerP.A. Works
Bee Train.
Known for P.A. Works animation studio

Kenji Horikawa (堀川 憲司, Horikawa, Kenji) is the founder and President of P.A. Works Studio [1] and the Operations Director for Bee Train Productions Inc. [2] He was also formerly an employee with Production I.G and Tatsunoko Productions. In 2000 he founded P.A. Works and currently produces the works produced by the studio. Horikawa has also worked as a Production Manager and Production Assistant.

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References

  1. "company info". www.pa-works.jp. Retrieved 6 June 2018.
  2. Inc., BEETRAIN Production. "BEETRAIN : 会社情報". www.beetrain.co.jp. Retrieved 6 June 2018.
  3. "4 Anime Selected for Young Animator Training Project" . Retrieved 6 June 2018.