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J. C. Staff Co.,Ltd.
株式会社ジェー・シー・スタッフ [1]

Description de l'image  Jc-rogo2.gif.
 
Création janvier 1986[1]
Personnages clés Tomoyuki Miyata, Président[1]
Forme juridique Kabushiki kaisha[1]
Siège social Drapeau du Japon Musashino, Tōkyō[1] (Japon)
Activité Médias et divertissement
Produits Séries, courts et longs métrages d'animation (anime) [1]
Effectif 120[1]
Site web [1]

J. C. Staff Co.,Ltd. (株式会社ジェー・シー・スタッフ, Kabushiki gaisha J C Sutaffu?) est un studio d'animation japonaise, fondé en janvier 1986. Il a produit et animé un grand nombre d'animes à succès, tels que Utena la fillette révolutionnaire, Excel Saga, Shingetsutan Tsukihime, Shakugan no Shana, Honey and Clover, Azumanga Daioh, et To Aru Majutsu no Index.

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  Histoire

En 1986, Tomoyuki Miyata quitte Tatsunoko Production et part fonder son propre studio, J. C. Staff.

Le nom du studio serait l'abréviation de Japan Creative Staff.

  Productions[1]

  Séries télévisées

  Films

  OAV

  Personnalités travaillant chez J. C. Staff

  • Ken'ichi Kasai, réalisateur (Honey and clover, Nodame Cantabile, Kimikiss pur rouge)[4]

  Notes et références

  1. a, b, c, d, e, f, g et h (ja) site officiel de J. C. Staff. Consulté le 3 octobre 2009
  2. (en) Yuji MATSUKURA sur l'Encyclopédie de Anime News Network
  3. (en) Takashi WATANABE sur l'Encyclopédie de Anime News Network
  4. (en) Kenichi KASAI sur l'Encyclopédie de Anime News Network
  5. (en) Shinichiro KIMURA sur l'Encyclopédie de Anime News Network
  6. (en) Katsushi SAKURABI sur l'Encyclopédie de Anime News Network

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