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Shin-Ei Animation

Type Business corporation
Industry Animation studio and production
Founded September 9, 1976
Headquarters Nishitōkyō, Tokyo
Key people Daikichirō Kusube, Founder
Owners TV Asahi Corporation (100%)[1]

Shin-Ei Animation Co., Ltd (シンエイ動画株式会社 Shin'ei Douga Kabushiki Gaisha) is a Japanese animation company owned by TV Asahi Corporation. Founded in Tokyo in 1976, it is the successor to A Production, a previous animation venture by its founder, Daikichirō Kusube, who was previously an animator for Toei Animation. Shin-Ei is the animation studio behind the biggest hit anime television series, Doraemon and Crayon Shin-chan, which still run on Japanese TV since 1979 and 1992 respectively.

Work list

Works currently running on Japanese TV are in bold.



  • Ore wa Teppei (1977–78)
  • Yagyukyo no Uta (1977–79)
  • Highschool Baseball Ninja (1978)
  • Doraemon (1979–2005)
  • Heart of the Red Bird (1979)



  • Gatapishi (1990–91)
  • Fujio Fujiko A's Mumako (1990)
  • 808 Cho Hyori Kewaishi (1990)
  • Dororonpa! (1991)
  • 21-Emon (1991–92)
  • Crayon Shin-chan (1992–present)
  • Sasurai-kun (1992)
  • Manmaru the Ninja Penguin (1997–98)
  • Yoshimoto Muchikko Monogatari (1998)
  • Weekly Storyland (1999–2001)




See also


  1. ^ TV Asahi to Own 100% of Doraemon's Shin-ei Animation, Anime News Network, 6 October 2010.

External links

  • SHIN-EI ANIMATION Official Site (Japanese)
  • Shin-Ei Animation at Anime News Network's encyclopedia
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