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C-Station Co., Ltd.
Animation studio
Industry Animation (Anime)
Genre various
Founded Tokyo, Japan (August 2009 (2009-08))
Headquarters Kokunbunji, Tokyo[1], Japan
Number of locations
Key people
Ryoji Maru (director)
Products Dragonar Academy
Parent Bee Train (2009 - 2012)
Website .jp.cstationwww

C-Station (シーステイション株式会社) is a Japanese animation studio established in 2009 as an extension of Bee Train Production Inc. and chaired by Ryoji Maru, a former producer and production manager for Bee Train. Its focus is mostly subcontracting animation services with other studios, doing tasks such as photography, keys, in-betweens, and production assistance for various shows.

In 2012 C-Station split from Bee Train and in 2013 it was announced that it would be animating the series Dragonar Academy, making it their first produced show. C-Station is the producer for the one-minute short webisodes of Akame ga Kill! based from the series produced by White Fox.



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