TMS Entertainment

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TMS Entertainment

legal form Kabushiki-gaisha (joint stock company)
founding 1995
Seat Nakano , Tokyo
management Masanori Koga (President) / Hajime Satomi (Managing Director)
Number of employees 225 (as of March 2019)
sales 15.592 billion yen (April 2006 - March 2007)
Branch Film production
Website (jap.)

KK TMS Entertainment ( Japanese 株式会社 ト ム ス エ ン タ テ イ ン メ ン ト , Kabushiki-gaisha Tomusu Entateinmento , English TMS Entertainment Limited ) is a Japanese film production company, mainly for anime .

The company's predecessor was the animation studio KK Tōkyō Movie ( 株式会社 東京 ム ー ビ ー ) , founded in 1964 . In 1976 this outsourced the distribution as KK Tōkyō Movie Shinsha ( 株式会社 東京 ム ー ビ ー 新社 ), whereby shinsha means "new company". In 1993 the Tōkyō Movie was dissolved and Tōkyō Movie Shinsha succeeded her as legal successor. In 1995 it merged with Kyokuichi , a company originally founded as a fiber manufacturer in 1946, and renamed itself TMS Entertainment in 2000. In 2005 the company became a subsidiary of Sega Sammy Holdings .

In the more than 40 years of its existence, the Tokyo Movie Shinsha studio has produced a large number of different anime series, films and OVAs and also created the animations for foreign series, for example for DiC Entertainment , Warner Bros. Animation or Saban Entertainment .

While the company is currently officially under the name TMS Entertainment, the animation studio continues to be called Tōkyō Movie ( 東京 ム ー ビ ー , Tōkyō Mūbī ). There is also a subsidiary called Telecom Animation Film that TMS Entertainment often works with.



TV Shows

Original video animation

More anime productions

This list is generated from the entries in the list of anime titles . Entries can and should be added there.

Foreign productions (selection)

Web links

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