OLM, Inc. (Japanese: 株式会社オー・エル・エム, Hepburn: Kabushiki-gaisha Ō Eru Emu), formerly Oriental Light and Magic, is a Japanese animation and film studio headquartered in Setagaya, Tokyo, Japan, founded on October 3, 1990.
|Kabushiki-gaisha Ō Eru Emu|
|Formerly||Oriental Light & Magic, Inc. (1990-2006)|
|Founded||October 3, 1990|
(as Oriental Light and Magic)
|Headquarters||Setagaya, Tokyo, Japan|
|Toshiaki Okuno (CEO)|
Mitsuru Ōshima (Vice-President)
Number of employees
OLM Asia (in Cyberjaya, Malaysia)
Sprite Animation Studios (in Los Angeles, California, United States)
OLM was founded as Oriental Light & Magic, Inc. on October 3rd, 1990 by Toshiaki Okuno, Shūkichi Kanda, Shōji Ōta, Kunihiko Yuyama, Naohito Takahashi, Yuriko Chiba, Nobuyuki Wasaki, Tsukasa Koitabashi, and Takaya Mizutani, all of which were formerly affiliated with Studio Gallop or OB Planning Co., Ltd. Their name is derived from the American special effects studio Industrial Light & Magic.
In 1995, OLM representative director Toshiaki Okuno founded OLM Digital, which became the main CG work company behind a majority of OLM's works. Toshiaki Okuno stands as both companies' representative director.
Similar to other anime studios, OLM is separated into distinct production teams that are responsible for certain series or franchises. They are unique in the regard that they are distinctly credited in productions.
|Current OLM Production Units|
|Team Name||Lead Producer||Notes|
|OLM TEAM INOUE||Takashi Inoue (井上たかし, Inoue Takashi)||Established by former members of TEAM WASAKI|
|OLM TEAM KATO||Hiroyuki Kato (加藤浩幸, Kato Hiroyuki)||Established by former members of TEAM OTA, TEAM IGUCHI,|
TEAM IWASA, and TEAM KAMEI
|OLM TEAM YOSHIOKA||Daisuke Yoshioka (吉岡大輔, Yoshioka Daisuke)||Established by former members of TEAM IWASA and TEAM WASAKI|
|OLM TEAM MASUDA||Katsudo Masuda (増田克人, Masuda Katsudo)||Formerly a producer at MAPPA|
|OLM TEAM ABE||Isamu Abe (阿部勇, Abe Isamu)||Formerly a producer at SynergySP|
|OLM TEAM KOJIMA||Hiroaki Kojima (児島宏明, Kojima Hiroaki)||Formerly a producer at Diomedéa|
Kojima is currently also the representative director at BUG FILMS
|OLM TEAM MIIKE||Misako Saka (坂美佐子, Saka Misako)||Division of OLM Digital|
Produces live-action works under the direction of Takashi Miike
|Former OLM Production Units|
|OLM TEAM KOITABASHI||Tsukasa Koitabashi (小板橋司, Koitabashi Tsukasa)||Formerly of Gallop. One of the original production units.|
Last credited work was Pochitto Hatsumei: Pikachin-Kit
Due to inactivity since 2020, it is assumed this team has disbanded.
|OLM TEAM WASAKI||Nobuyuki Wasaki (和崎伸之, Wasaki Nobuyuki)||Formerly of Gallop. One of the original production units.|
Last credited work was Kamisama Minarai: Himitsu no Cocotama
Due to inactivity since 2018, it is assumed this team has disbanded.
|OLM TEAM OTA||Shōji Ōta (太田昌二, Ohta Shouji)||Formerly of OB Planning/Pastel. One of the original production units.|
Disbanded in 2008 following the production of Let's Go! Tamagotchi
|OLM TEAM IGUCHI||Noriaki Iguchi (井口憲明, Iguchi Noriaki)||One of the original production units.|
Disbanded in 2010 following the production of Episode 2 of
Pokémon: Diamond and Pearl: Sinnoh League Victors
|OLM TEAM IWASA||Gaku Iwasa (岩佐岳, Iwasa Gaku)||Following the production of Utawarerumono, Iwasa, along with the|
main staff of the series, established the anime studio White Fox.
|OLM TEAM KAMEI||Yasuteru Kamei (亀井康輝, Kamei Yasuteru)||Established by former members of TEAM KOITABASHI.|
Disbanded in 2017 following the production of 100% Pascal-sensei
|OLM TEAM GO||Tsuyoshi Sawada (澤田剛, Sawada Tsuyoshi)||Established by former members of TEAM KOITABASHI.|
Merged into TEAM INOUE following the production of Cardfight!! Vanguard: Shinemon-hen
|OLM TEAM KAWAKITA||Manabu Kawakita (河北学, Kawakita Manabu)||Established by former members of TEAM WASAKI and TEAM INOUE.|
Merged into TEAM INOUE following the production of Inazuma Eleven: Orion no Kokuin
|OLM TEAM SAKURAI[a]||Ryōsuke Sakurai (櫻井涼介, Sakurai Ryousuke)||Formerly a producer at SynergySP.|
Disbanded in 2019 following the production of Zoids Wild
|OLM TEAM MIYAGAWA||Keisuke Miyagawa (三宅川敬輔, Miyagawa Keisuke)||Former live-action production unit.|
Disbanded in 2015 and absorbed into Fuji Creative Corporation (FCC)
|Title||Date||Arcade||Other platforms||Alternate title|
|Bubble Bobble Part 2||1993||No||Game Boy, NES||Bubble Bobble Junior (Game Boy)|
|Title||First run start date||First run end date||Episodes||Notes||Division/
|Wedding Peach||April 5, 1995||March 27, 1996||51||Adaptation of the manga series by Nao Yazawa and Sukehiro Tomita. Co-produced with KSS.||Team Ota|||
|Mojacko||October 3, 1995||March 31, 1997||74||Adaptation of the manga series created by author duo Fujiko F. Fujio.||Team Iguchi|
|Pokémon||April 1, 1997||present||1,100+||A long running Japanese children's anime TV series. Adapted from The Pokémon Company's media franchise of the same name.||Team Ota (1997–2006)
Team Iguchi (2006–2009)
Team Kato (2010–present)
|Berserk||October 7, 1997||March 31, 1998||25||Adaptation of the manga series by Kentaro Miura.||Team Iguchi|||
|Adventures of Mini-Goddess||April 6, 1998||March 29, 1999||48||Based on the Oh My Goddess! manga series by Kōsuke Fujishima.||Team Koitabashi|
|To Heart||April 1, 1999||June 24, 1999||13||Adaptation of adult visual novel developed by Leaf.||Team Wasaki|
|Steel Angel Kurumi||October 5, 1999||April 4, 2000||24||Based on a manga series by Kaishaku.||Team Wasaki|
|Comic Party||April 2, 2001||June 25, 2001||13+4 specials||Based on the romantic adventure and dating sim video game by Leaf.||Team Iguchi|
|Steel Angel Kurumi 2||April 12, 2001||June 28, 2001||12||An alternate story of the Steel Angel Kurumi anime series.||Team Wasaki|
|Figure 17||May 27, 2001||June 26, 2002||13||An anime television series created by Genco and OLM, Inc.||Team Wasaki|
|Kasumin||October 13, 2001||October 1, 2003||78||Team Iwasa|
|Piano: The Melody of a Young Girl's Heart||November 11, 2002||January 13, 2003||10||An anime television series directed by Norihiko Sudo.||Team Iguchi|
|Croket!||April 7, 2003||March 27, 2005||78||Adaptation of the manga by Manavu Kashimoto.||Team Iguchi|
|Godannar||October 1, 2003||June 29, 2004||26||An anime series by Yasuchika Nagaoka. Co-produced with AIC A.S.T.A.|
|Full-Blast Science Adventure – So That's How It Is||October 5, 2003||March 28, 2004||26||An anime television series directed by Norihiko Sudo.||Team Iwasa|
|Monkey Turn||January 10, 2004||June 26, 2004||25||Adaptation of the manga by Katsutoshi Kawai.|
|Monkey Turn V||July 3, 2004||December 18, 2004||25||Sequel to Monkey Turn.|
|Agatha Christie's Great Detectives Poirot and Marple||July 4, 2004||May 15, 2005||39||Adaptation of several Agatha Christie stories about Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple.||Team Iwasa|
|To Heart: Remember My Memories||October 2, 2004||December 25, 2004||13||Sequel to To Heart. Co-produced with AIC ASTA.|
|To Heart 2||October 3, 2005||January 2, 2006||13||Based on Japanese romance visual novel developed by Leaf and published by Aquaplus. Stylized as ToHeart2.||Team Iguchi|
|Guyver: The Bioboosted Armor||August 6, 2005||February 18, 2006||26||Based on the long-running manga series, Bio Booster Armor Guyver, by Yoshiki Takaya.||Team Wasaki|
|Utawarerumono||April 3, 2006||September 25, 2006||26||Based on the adult tactical role-playing visual novel by Leaf.||Team Iwasa|
|Makai Senki Disgaea||April 4, 2006||June 20, 2006||12||Based on the video game Disgaea: Hour of Darkness.||Team Iguchi|
|Ray the Animation||April 6, 2006||June 29, 2006||13||Based on a manga series by Akihito Yoshitomi.||Team Iguchi|
|Pokémon Chronicles||June 3, 2006||November 25, 2006||22||The side story of Pokémon anime television series.|
|Super Robot Wars Original Generation: Divine Wars||October 4, 2006||March 29, 2007||25+OVA||Retells the events from the Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation game.||Team Iwasa|
|Gift: Eternal Rainbow||October 6, 2006||December 22, 2006||12+OVA||Based on the adult visual novel developed by Moonstone.||Team Iwasa|
|Deltora Quest||January 6, 2007||March 29, 2008||65||Based on the Deltora Quest children's books series by Australian author Emily Rodda.||Team Wasaki|
|Inazuma Eleven||October 5, 2008||April 27, 2011||127||Adaptation of the manga series by Tenya Yabuno. Based on the video game series created by Level-5.||Team Wasaki|
|Usaru-san||October 3, 2009||October 10, 2009||4||Team Koitabashi|
|Tamagotchi!||October 12, 2009||September 3, 2012||143||Based on the Tamagotchi digital pet jointly created by Bandai and WiZ.||Team Kamei|
|Little Battlers Experience||March 2, 2011||January 11, 2012||44||Based on a manga series by Hideaki Fujii.||Team Inoue|
|Inazuma Eleven GO||May 4, 2011||April 11, 2012||47||Adaptation of the manga series by Tenya Yabuno. Based on the video game series created by Level-5.||Team Wasaki|
|Little Battlers Experience W||January 18, 2012||March 20, 2013||58||Sequel to Little Battlers Experience.||Team Inoue|
|Inazuma Eleven GO: Chrono Stone||April 18, 2012||May 1, 2013||51||Sequel to Inazuma Eleven GO.||Team Wasaki|
|Tamagotchi! Yume Kira Dream||September 10, 2012||August 29, 2013||49||Sequel to Tamagotchi!.||Team Kamei|
|Little Battlers Experience Wars||April 3, 2013||December 25, 2013||37||Sequel to Little Battlers Experience W.||Team Inoue|
|Inazuma Eleven GO: Galaxy||May 8, 2013||March 19, 2014||43||Sequel to Inazuma Eleven GO: Chrono Stone.||Team Koitabashi|
|Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures||June 15, 2013||April 25, 2015||52||Original 3DCG series based on the video game series created by Bandai Namco Entertainment.||Digital
|Tamagotchi! Miracle Friends||September 5, 2013||March 27, 2014||29||Sequel to Tamagotchi! Yume Kira Dream.||Team Wasaki|
|Future Card Buddyfight||January 4, 2014||April 4, 2015||64||Based on the collectible card game created by Bushiroad. Co-produced with Xebec.|
|Yo-kai Watch||January 8, 2014||March 30, 2018||214||Based on the role-playing video games by Level-5.||Team Inoue|
|GO-GO Tamagotchi!||April 3, 2014||March 26, 2015||50||Sequel to Tamagotchi! Miracle Friends.||Team Wasaki|
|Dragon Collection||April 7, 2014||March 23, 2015||51||Adaptation of the manga series by Muneyuki Kaneshiro based on the social network and trading card arcade games by Konami.|
|Monster Retsuden Oreca Battle||April 7, 2014||March 30, 2015||51||Adaptation of the manga by Satoshi Yamaura based on the trading card arcade game by Konami. Co-produced with Xebec.|
|Omakase! Miracle Cat-dan||March 31, 2015||February 23, 2016||32|
|Future Card Buddyfight 100||April 11, 2015||March 26, 2016||50||Sequel to Future Card Buddyfight. Co-produced with Xebec.|
|Pikaia!||April 29, 2015||August 30, 2015||13||Co-produced with Production I.G.|
|Kamisama Minarai: Himitsu no Cocotama||October 1, 2015||August 30, 2018||139||Based on the Cocotama House Series toys Created by Bandai||Team Wasaki (Season 1)
Team Yoshioka (Season 2)
|Future Card Buddyfight Triple D||April 1, 2016||March 24, 2017||51||Sequel to Future Card Buddyfight 100. Co-produced with Xebec.|
|Age 12: A Little Heart-Pounding||April 4, 2016||December 19, 2016||24||Adaptation of the manga series by Nao Maita.||Team Sakurai|
|Beyblade Burst||April 4, 2016||March 27, 2017||51||Adaptation of the manga by Hiro Morita.||Team Abe|
|Cardfight!! Vanguard G NEXT||October 2, 2016||October 1, 2017||52||Based on the trading card game created by Bushiroad. Sequel to Cardfight!! Vanguard G Stride Gate. Co-produced with Xebec.||Team Koitabashi|||
|Pikaia!!||February 26, 2017||May 27, 2017||13||Sequel to Pikaia! Co-produced with Production I.G|
|Future Card Buddyfight X||April 1, 2017||March 31, 2018||52||Sequel to Future Card Buddyfight Triple D. Co-produced with Xebec.|
|Idol × Warrior Miracle Tunes!||April 2, 2017||March 25, 2018||51||Live-action.||Team Miike|
|Beyblade Burst Evolution||April 3, 2017||March 26, 2018||51||Adaptation of the manga by Hiro Morita and sequel to Beyblade Burst.||Team Abe|
|Snack World||April 13, 2017||April 19, 2018||50||3DCG adaptation of the video game by Level 5.||OLM Digital|
|100% Pascal-sensei||April 15, 2017||December 16, 2017||36||Adaptation of the manga by Yūji Nagai.||Team Kamei|
|PriPri Chi-chan!!||April 15, 2017||December 16, 2017||36||Adaptation of the manga by Hiromu Shinozuka.||Team Sakurai|
|Atom: The Beginning||April 15, 2017||July 8, 2017||12||Adaptation of the manga by Tetsuro Kasahara along with Makoto Tezuka and Masami Yuki. Co-produced with Production I.G and Signal.MD||Team Koitabashi|
|Tomica Hyper Rescue Drive Head Kidō Kyūkyū Keisatsu||April 15, 2017||December 23, 2017||37||Based on the Tomica toyline created by Tomy. Co-produced with Xebec.|
|Cardfight!! Vanguard G: Z||October 8, 2017||April 1, 2018||24||Based on the trading card game created by Bushiroad. Sequel to Cardfight!! Vanguard G NEXT. Co-produced with Bridge.||Team Koitabashi|||
|Shinkansen Henkei Robo Shinkalion The Animation||January 6, 2018||June 29, 2019||76||Based on the toyline created by Tomy.||Team Oota
|Pochitto Hatsumei: Pikachin-Kit||January 6, 2018||March 28, 2020||115||Co-produced with Shin-Ei Animation.||Team Koitabashi|
|Magic × Warrior Magimajo Pures!||April 1, 2018||March 24, 2019||51||Live-action.||Team Miike|
|Beyblade Burst Turbo||April 2, 2018||March 25, 2019||51||Adaptation of the manga by Hiro Morita and sequel to Beyblade Burst Evolution.||Team Abe|
|Inazuma Eleven: Ares||April 6, 2018||September 28, 2018||26||Alternate sequel to Inazuma Eleven. Based on the game by Level-5.||Team Kawakita|
|Future Card Buddyfight X All Star Fight||April 7, 2018||May 26, 2018||8||Sequel to Future Card Buddyfight X. Co-produced with Xebec.|
|Major 2nd||April 7, 2018||November 7, 2020||50||Sequel to Major.||Team Kojima|
|Yo-kai Watch Shadowside||April 13, 2018||March 29, 2019||49||Based on the role-playing video games by Level-5.||Team Inoue|
|Cardfight!! Vanguard (2018)||May 5, 2018||May 4, 2019||52||Based on the trading card game created by Bushiroad. Reboot of the original series. Co-produced with Bridge.||Team Go|||
|Future Card Buddyfight Ace||June 2, 2018||March 30, 2019||43||Sequel to Future Card Buddyfight X: All Star Fight. Co-produced with Xebec.|
|Zoids Wild||July 7, 2018||June 29, 2019||50||Based on the Zoids toyline.||Team Masuda|
|Kira Kira Happy Hirake! Cocotama||September 6, 2018||September 26, 2019||55||Sequel to Kamisama Minarai: Himitsu no Cocotama.||Team Yoshioka|
|Inazuma Eleven: Orion no Kokuin||October 5, 2018||September 27, 2019||49||Sequel to Inazuma Eleven: Ares.||Team Kawakita|
|Yo-kai Watch!||April 5, 2019||December 20, 2019||36||Revival of the original series. Co-produced with Magic Bus.||Team Inoue|
|Kedama no Gonjirō||April 6, 2019||March 28, 2020||52||Co-produced with Wit Studio.|
|Mix||April 6, 2019||September 28, 2019||24||Adaptation of the manga by Mitsuru Adachi.||Team Kojima|
|Secret × Heroine Phantomirage!||April 7, 2019||June 28, 2020||64||Live-action.||Team Miike|
|Cardfight!! Vanguard: High School Arc Cont.||May 11, 2019||August 10, 2019||14||Based on the trading card game created by Bushiroad. Sequel to Cardfight!! Vanguard (2018).||Team Go|
|Cardfight!! Vanguard: Shinemon-hen||August 24, 2019||March 28, 2020||31||Based on the trading card game created by Bushiroad. Prequel to Cardfight!! Vanguard (2018).||Team Go
Team Abe (episodes 21-31)
|Zoids Wild Zero||October 4, 2019||October 16, 2020||50||Prequel to Zoids Wild.||Team Masuda|
|Yo-kai Watch Jam: Yo-kai Academy Y: Encounter with N||December 27, 2019||April 2, 2021||64||Based on the role-playing video games by Level-5.||Team Inoue|
|Bungo and Alchemist: Gears of Judgement||April 3, 2020||August 7, 2020||13||Based on the video game created by DMM Games.||Team Kojima|||
|Tomica Kizuna Mode Combine Earth Granner||April 5, 2020||March 28, 2021||51||Based on the Tomica toy line created by Tomy.||Team Inoue|
|GaruGaku: Saint Girls Square Academy||April 6, 2020||March 29, 2021||50||Co-produced with Wit Studio.||Team Kato|
|Cardfight!! Vanguard Gaiden if||May 30, 2020||November 30, 2020||25||Based on the trading card game created by Bushiroad. Alternate Universe to Cardfight!! Vanguard (2018).||Team Abe|
|King's Raid: Successors of the Will||October 3, 2020||March 27, 2021||26||Based on the South Korean video game created by Vespa. Co-produced with Sunrise Beyond.|||
|Mazica Party||April 4, 2021||March 27, 2022||51||Based on the trading card game created by Tomy.||Team Inoue|||
|Odd Taxi||April 6, 2021||June 29, 2021||13||Original work. Co-produced with P.I.C.S.||Team Yoshioka|||
|Shinkansen Henkei Robo Shinkalion Z||April 9, 2021||March 18, 2022||41||Sequel to Shinkansen Henkei Robo Shinkalion.||Team Abe|
|Yo-kai Watch Music Note||April 9, 2021||TBA||TBA||Revival of the original series.||Team Inoue|||
|Megaton Musashi||October 1, 2021||December 24, 2021||13||Based on the video game created by Level-5.||Team Inoue|||
|Restaurant to Another World 2||October 2, 2021||December 18, 2021||12||Sequel to Restaurant to Another World.||Team Yoshioka|||
|Komi Can't Communicate||October 7, 2021||December 23, 2021||12||Adaptation of the manga series by Tomohito Oda.||Team Kojima|||
|Ninjala||January 8, 2022||TBA||TBA||Based on the video game created by GungHo Online Entertainment.||Team Inoue|||
|GaruGaku II: Lucky Stars||January 10, 2022||March 18, 2022||50||Sequel to GaruGaku: Saint Girls Square Academy.||Team Kato|||
|Life with an Ordinary Guy Who Reincarnated into a Total Fantasy Knockout||January 12, 2022||March 30, 2022||12||Adaptation of the manga series written by Yū Tsurusaki.||Team Yoshioka|||
|Love All Play||April 2, 2022||September 24, 2022||24||Adaptation of the novel written by Asami Koseki. Co-produced with Nippon Animation.||Team Yoshioka|||
|Komi Can't Communicate 2||April 7, 2022||June 23, 2022||12||Sequel to Komi Can't Communicate.||Team Kojima|||
|Summer Time Rendering||April 15, 2022||September 30, 2022||25||Adaptation of the manga series written by Yasuki Tanaka.||Team Kojima|||
|Bee and PuppyCat: Lazy in Space||September 6, 2022||TBA||16||Reboot of Bee and PuppyCat. Co-produced with Frederator Studios.||Team Yoshioka|
|PuniRunes||October 2, 2022||TBA||TBA||Based on the toy line created by Takara Tomy.||OLM Digital|||
|Megaton Musashi 2||October 7, 2022||TBA||TBA||Sequel to Megaton Musashi.||Team Inoue|||
|Don't Toy with Me, Miss Nagatoro 2nd Attack||January 2023||TBA||TBA||Sequel to Don't Toy with Me, Miss Nagatoro by Telecom Animation Film.|||
|Mix 2||Q2 2023||TBA||TBA||Sequel to Mix.|||
|Dark Gathering||2023||TBA||TBA||Adaptation of the manga series written by Kenichi Kondō.|||
|Pokémon: The First Movie||July 18, 1998||The first animated film and the first film overall of the Pokémon franchise.||Team Koitabashi|
|Pokémon: The Movie 2000||July 17, 1999||The second animated film of the Pokémon franchise.||Team Koitabashi|
|Pokémon 3: The Movie||July 8, 2000||The third animated film of the Pokémon franchise.||Team Koitabashi|
|Celebi: Voice of the Forest||July 7, 2001||The fourth animated film of the Pokémon franchise.||Team Koitabashi|
|Pokémon Heroes: Latias and Latios||July 13, 2002||The fifth animated film of the Pokémon franchise.||Team Koitabashi|
|Pokémon: Jirachi Wish Maker||July 19, 2003||The sixth animated film of the Pokémon franchise.||Team Koitabashi|
|Pokémon: Destiny Deoxys||July 17, 2004||The seventh animated film of the Pokémon franchise.||Team Koitabashi|
|Blade of the Phantom Master||December 4, 2004||Adaptation of the manga-manhwa series by Youn In-wan and Yang Kyung-il. Co-produced with Character Plan.|
|Pokémon: Lucario and the Mystery of Mew||July 17, 2005||The eighth animated film of the Pokémon franchise.||Team Koitabashi|
|Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea||July 15, 2006||The ninth animated film of the Pokémon franchise.||Team Koitabashi
|Dōbutsu no Mori||December 16, 2006||Based on the Animal Crossing video game series.|
|Pokémon: The Rise of Darkrai||July 14, 2007||The tenth animated film of the Pokémon franchise.||Team Koitabashi
|Tamagotchi: The Movie||December 15, 2007||The first Tamagotchi feature film.|
|Pokémon: Giratina and the Sky Warrior||July 19, 2008||The 11th animated film of the Pokémon franchise.||Team Koitabashi
|Tamagotchi: Happiest Story in the Universe!||December 20, 2008||The second Tamagotchi feature film.|
|Pokémon: Arceus and the Jewel of Life||July 18, 2009||The 12th animated film of the Pokémon franchise.||Team Koitabashi
|Professor Layton and the Eternal Diva||December 19, 2009||Based on the Professor Layton video game series by Level-5. Co-produced with P.A.Works.|
|Pokémon: Zoroark: Master of Illusions||July 10, 2010||The 13th animated film of the Pokémon franchise.||Team Koitabashi
|Inazuma Eleven: Saikyō Gundan Ōga Shūrai||December 23, 2010||Based on the manga and anime series Inazuma Eleven.||Team Koitabashi|
|Pokémon the Movie: Black—Victini and Reshiram and White—Victini and Zekrom||July 16, 2011||The 14th animated film of the Pokémon franchise. Co-produced with Production I.G and Xebec.||Team Koitabashi
|Inazuma Eleven GO: Kyūkyoku no Kizuna Gurifon||December 23, 2011||Based on the manga and anime series Inazuma Eleven GO.||Team Koitabashi
|Pokémon the Movie: Kyurem vs. the Sword of Justice||July 14, 2012||The 15th animated film of the Pokémon franchise.||Team Koitabashi
|Inazuma Eleven GO vs. Danbōru Senki W||December 1, 2012||The crossover anime film of Inazuma Eleven GO and Little Battlers Experience W.||Team Koitabashi
|Eiga Hana Kappa Hana-sake! Pakkaan Chō no Kuni no Daibōken||April 12, 2013||Co-produced with Xebec.|
|Pokémon the Movie: Genesect and the Legend Awakened||July 13, 2013||The 16th animated film of the Pokémon franchise.||Team Koitabashi
|Pokémon Origins||October 2, 2013||TV film, co-produced with Production I.G and Xebec.|
|Pokémon the Movie: Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction||July 19, 2014||The 17th animated film of the Pokémon franchise.||Team Kamei
|Yo-kai Watch: The Movie||December 20, 2014||The first film of the Yo-Kai Watch franchise.||Team Inoue|
|Pokémon the Movie: Hoopa and the Clash of Ages||July 18, 2015||The 18th animated film of the Pokémon franchise.||Team Kamei
|Yo-kai Watch The Movie 2: King Enma and the 5 Stories, Nyan!||December 19, 2015||The 2nd film of the Yo-kai Watch franchise.||Team Koitabashi
|Pokémon the Movie: Volcanion and the Mechanical Marvel||July 16, 2016||The 19th animated film of the Pokémon franchise.||Team Kamei
|Rudolf the Black Cat||August 6, 2016||Based on the children's novel.||Digital
|Cyborg 009: Call of Justice||November 25, 2016||Based on the manga by Shotaro Ishinomori. Co-produced with Signal.MD.||Digital|
|Yo-kai Watch The Movie 3: Soratobu Kujira to Double no Sekai no Daibōken da Nyan!||December 17, 2016||Third film of the Yo-kai Watch franchise. Live-action/animated.||Team Inoue
|Eiga Kamisama Minarai: Himitsu no Cocotama: Kiseki o Okose ♪ Tepuru to Doki Doki Cocotama Kai||April 28, 2017||First anime film of Kamisama Minarai: Himitsu no Cocotama.||Team Yoshioka|
|Pokémon the Movie: I Choose You!||July 15, 2017||The 20th animated film of the Pokémon franchise. Remake of the 1997 TV anime episode, "Pokémon, I Choose You!".||Team Kato
|Yo-kai Watch Shadowside: Oni-ō no Fukkatsu||December 16, 2017||The 4th film of the Yo-kai Watch franchise.||Team Inoue|
|Laplace's Witch||May 4, 2018||Based on the novel by Keigo Higashino.||Team Miike|
|Pokémon the Movie: The Power of Us||July 13, 2018||The 21st animated film of the Pokemon franchise. Co-produced with Wit Studio.||Team Kato
|Eiga Drive Head: Tomica Hyper Rescue Kidō Kyūkyū Keisatsu||August 24, 2018||The 1st film of the Tomica Hyper Rescue franchise.|
|Yo-kai Watch: Forever Friends||December 14, 2018||The 5th film of the Yo-kai Watch franchise.||Team Inoue|
|First Love||May 17, 2019||Live-action||Team Miike|
|Pokémon: Mewtwo Strikes Back—Evolution||July 12, 2019||The 22nd animated film of the Pokemon franchise. The CGI remake of Pokémon: The First Movie, also known as Mewtwo Strikes Back||Digital
|NiNoKuni||August 23, 2019||Based on the Ni no Kuni video game series by Level-5.||Team Kato|||
|Yo-kai Watch Jam: Yo-kai Academy Y: Can a Cat Become A Hero?||December 13, 2019||The 6th film of the Yo-kai Watch franchise.||Team Inoue|||
|Shinkansen Henkei Robo Shinkalion the Movie: Mirai Kara Kita Shinsoku no ALFA-X||December 27, 2019||The 1st film of the Shinkalion franchise.||Team Inoue|||
|Pokémon the Movie: Secrets of the Jungle||December 25, 2020||The 23rd animated film of the Pokemon franchise.||Team Kato
|Catwoman: Hunted||February 8, 2022||Direct-to-video film based on Catwoman.||Team Inoue|
|Odd Taxi: In the Woods||April 1, 2022||Based on the Odd Taxi anime series. Co-produced with P.I.C.S.||Team Yoshioka|||
Original video/net animationsEdit
|Title||Release start date||Release end date||Episodes||Notes||Division/
|Gunsmith Cats||November 1, 1995||September 1, 1996||3||Adaptation of seinen manga series by Kenichi Sonoda.||Team Koitabashi|
|Power Dolls||March 1, 1996||March 1, 1998||2||Team Koitabashi|
|Wedding Peach DX||December 24, 1996||July 25, 1997||4||Team Ota|
|Queen Emeraldas||June 5, 1998||October 7, 1998||2||An anime OVA that continues the Harlock franchise created by Leiji Matsumoto. OLM animated only the first two episodes of the series.|
|High School Aurabuster||February 5, 1999||September 22, 1999||3|
|Steel Angel Kurumi Encore||January 7, 2000||March 1, 2000||4||Four additional short stories of the Steel Angels.|
|Steel Angel Kurumi Zero||April 18, 2001||June 20, 2001||3||The side story of the Steel Angel Kurumi anime series.|
|Early Reins||February 14, 2003||February 14, 2003||1|
|Pokémon: The Mastermind of Mirage Pokémon||April 29, 2006||April 29, 2006||1|
|Gift: Eternal Rainbow||April 29, 2007||April 29, 2007||1||Team Iwasa|
|Kong: King of the Apes||April 15, 2016||May 4, 2018||23|
|Pokémon Generations||September 16, 2016||December 23, 2016||18|
|Tomica Hyper Rescue Drive Head Kidō Kyūkyū Keisatsu||April 15, 2017||December 23, 2017||37|
|Beyblade Burst Rise||April 5, 2019||March 27, 2020||52||Adaptation of the manga by Hiro Morita and sequel to Beyblade Burst Turbo.|
|Beyblade Burst Surge||April 3, 2020||March 19, 2021||52||Adaptation of the manga by Hiro Morita and sequel to Beyblade Burst Rise.|
|Beyblade Burst QuadDrive||April 2, 2021||March 18, 2022||52||Adaptation of the manga by Hiro Morita and sequel to Beyblade Burst Surge.|
|Pokémon Evolutions||September 9, 2021||December 23, 2021||8||Team Kato
- Pac's Scary Halloween (2015)
- Santa Pac's Merry Berry Day (2015)
- Kong: King of the Apes (2016–2018)
- Pokémon Generations (2016)
- Zoids Wild: Senki (2020)
- Bee and PuppyCat: Lazy in Space (2022)
- Written as TEAM 櫻 until Episode 12 of PriPri Chi-chan!!
- The divisions/teams are named after the Animation Producer (アニメーションプロデューサー) of the project. For example, Utawarerumono was produced by Team Iwasa, and Gaku Iwasa served as the series' animation producer.
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