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Ufotable, Inc.
Type Animation studio
Industry Japanese animation
Founded October 2000
Headquarters Nakano, Tokyo Prefecture, Japan
Key people Matsuri Ouse, President

Ufotable, Inc. (ユーフォーテーブル有限会社 Yūfōtēburu yūgen-gaisha) is a Japanese animation studio founded in October 2000 by former TMS Entertainment staff through its subsidiary Telecom Animation Film and located in Nakano, Tokyo Prefecture. A unique hallmark seen in many of their works (Ninja Nonsense, Futakoi Alternative, Coyote Ragtime Show, Gakuen Utopia Manabi Straight!, Tales of Symphonia, Kara no Kyōkai) is a claymation sequence.


  • Productions 1
    • TV series 1.1
    • OVAs 1.2
    • Anime films 1.3
    • Video games 1.4
    • Unclassified 1.5
  • References 2
  • External links 3


TV series


Anime films

  1. Overlooking View (2007)
  2. A Study in Murder – Part 1 (2007)
  3. Remaining Sense of Pain (2008)
  4. The Hollow Shrine (2008)
  5. Paradox Spiral (2008)
  6. Oblivion Recording (2008)
  7. Gate of Seventh Heaven (2009)
  8. A Study in Murder – Part 2 (2009)
  9. Future Gospel (2013)

Video games



  1. ^ "God Eater 2: Rage Burst TGS 2014 trailer, anime series announced". Gematsu. September 17, 2014. Retrieved September 18, 2014. 
  2. ^ Horror Manga by Tomie's Junji Ito Gets Anime"Gyo".  

External links

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