List of anime companies

This is a list of anime industry companies involved in the production or distribution of anime.

Japan-based companiesEdit

Animation studiosEdit

ProducersEdit

Non-Japanese companiesEdit

DistributorsEdit

North America & other regionsEdit

South AmericaEdit

Europe-exclusiveEdit

AustraliaEdit

  • Madman Entertainment (Australia: Madman overwhelmingly dominates the Australian anime market, for many years through the 2000s controlling approximately 90% of all sales)
  • Siren Visual (Australia)

DefunctEdit

ProducersEdit

ReferencesEdit

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