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Production I.G Launches English Twitter Account

Production I.G, the anime studio are now Tweeting in English. The company was founded on December 15th 1987 by Mitsuhisa Ishikawa and headquartered in Musashino, Tokyo, Japan.

Production I.G has been involved in the creation of numerous anime television series, OVAs, theatrical films, and is further involved in video game design and development, as well as music publishing and management. Among its prominent works are Guilty Crown,Psycho-Pass, Eden of the East, and the Ghost in the Shell series. It is known in the video game industry for developing intros, cut-scenes, and artwork for games such as the Namco Tales Studio’s title, Tales of Symphonia.

The letters I and G derive from the names of the company founders, Mitsuhisa Ishikawa and popular character designer Takayuki Goto. The company is a member of The Association of Japanese Animations (AJA), an association of over 50 Japanese anime studios.

They kicked off the launch with an introduction of their new Tokyo Shop.

 

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