ASCII Corporation (株式会社アスキー) is a publishing company based in Tokyo and was one of the key players in the creation of the MSX standard, home computer in Japan. It is a subsidiary of Kadokawa Holdings, Inc., and a member of Kadokawa Group. ...more on Wikipedia about "ASCII (company)"
avex trax, is the music department of the Japanese commercial giant Avex Group. It was Japan's leading dance record company during the nineties, and continues producing recordings today of some of Japan's most famous J-pop singers. Avex Trax also provides theme music soundtracks to many anime and a few video games. ...more on Wikipedia about "AVEX Records"
Dentsu Inc. (株式会社電通 Kabushiki-gaisha Dentsū) ( ) is the largest advertising agency in Japan. Its headquarters are located in the Dentsu Building in the Shiodome district of Minato-ku, Tokyo. They are known amongst anime fans for having co-produced a considerable amount of such programs. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dentsu"
Enterbrain, Inc. (株式会社エンターブレイン) is a Japanese magazine publisher established on April 1, 2000. Enterbrain magazines are generally focused on video games and computer entertainment as well as video game and computer game strategy guides. Enterbrain, Inc. is based in Tokyo, Japan with paid-in capital of 410 million yen. Enterbrain, Inc. is associated with MediaLeaves, Inc., ASCII Corporation and Sarugakucho Inc. ...more on Wikipedia about "Enterbrain, Inc."
Hakusensha (白泉社) is a Japanese publishing firm, founded December 01, 1973 by Shueisha but now a separate company. It is best known in the West as a publisher of shōjo manga, though the seinen magazine Young Animal is its second best selling as of 2003, after Hana to Yume. ** In addition to serial publication, Hakusensha also sells compilation tankōbon under several imprints, most of their manga translated and sold in US follows this format. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hakusensha"
Kadokawa Shoten Publishing Co., Ltd. (株式会社角川書店) is a well-known Japanese publisher, based in Tokyo. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kadokawa Shoten"
Kitty Films (キティ・フィルム Kiti · Firumu) is an anime production company in Japan. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kitty Films" Please visit again http://www.shortopedia.com Media_companies_of_Japan
Kodansha (講談社 Kōdansha) is a major Japanese publisher of literature and manga, headquartered in ( Bunkyo), Tokyo. Kodansha publishes manga magazines Nakayoshi, Afternoon, Weekly Shonen Magazine, Monthly Shonen Magazine, Monthly Shonen Magazine Special, Seasonal Shonen Magazine Wonder, as well as more literary magazines such as Gunzō, Gendai and Shūkan Gendai, and the Japanese dictionary Nihongo Daijiten. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kodansha"
Media Factory, Inc. (株式会社メディアファクトリー) is a Japanese publishing, anime production and distribution company. In December 2004, it became the first Japanese company to issue legal notices to fansub groups requesting that they halt production of digitally subtitled anime. ...more on Wikipedia about "Media Factory Inc."
MediaWorks, Inc. (株式会社メディアワークス) is a Japanese publishing company known for their Dengeki (meaning "electric shock") brand magazines and book labels. They mainly cator to the Japanese otaku crowd, covering such topics as anime, manga, plastic modelling and visual novels. ...more on Wikipedia about "MediaWorks (publisher)"
Pony Canyon (ポニーキャニオン Ponii Kyanion) is a large Japanese company, established on October 1 1966, which publishes music, DVD and VHS videos, movies and video games. It is and as always been a subsdiairy of Japanese radio station Nippon Broadcasting System (LF). Pony Canyon and its parent company JOLF are both part of the Fujisankei Communications Group. ...more on Wikipedia about "Pony Canyon"
Recruit Co., Ltd. (株式会社リクルート) is a publishing and communications company in Japan made famous by the Recruit Scandal. For a time, Recruit was part of the Daiei keiretsu, but is now independent of it. ...more on Wikipedia about "Recruit (Japanese company)"
Scitron is a Japanese record label that publishes video game music albums. ...more on Wikipedia about "Scitron"
(Shogakukan) is a Japanese publisher of dictionaries, literature, manga, nonfiction, children's DVDs, and other media in Japan. ...more on Wikipedia about "Shogakukan"
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is a major publisher in Japan. Shueisha's Jump Comics division is a large publisher of manga. Shueisha is headquartered in Tokyo. The company was founded in 1925 as the entertainment-related publishing division of Japanese publisher Shogakukan. The following year Shueisha became a separate, independent company. ...more on Wikipedia about "Shueisha"
Tokuma Shoten (徳間書店) is one of the largest entertainment publishers in Japan. Their products include music, computer and game software, movies (including anime), magazines, manga, books, and so forth. One of their most famous subsidiaries is Studio Ghibli. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tokuma Shoten"
Toshiba-EMI, also known as Toshiba EMI or TOEMI, is one of Japan's leading music companies. The company is a joint venture between EMI and Toshiba. As of 2005, the current CEO and chairman is Masaaki Saito. ...more on Wikipedia about "Toshiba-EMI"
Victor Entertainment (ビクターエンタテインメント株式会社 Bikutā Entateinmento Kabushiki Kaisha) is a subsidiary of Japan Victor Company (JVC) that produces and distributes music, movies and other entertainment products such as anime and television shows in Japan. It was formerly known as Victor Music Industries (ビクター音楽産業 Bikutā Ongaku Kangyō). ...more on Wikipedia about "Victor Entertainment"
Zenrin Co. Ltd. (株式会社ゼンリン) ( ) is a Japanese map publisher. Founded in 1948, the company is known as a maker of excellent residential maps and software used in personal computers and automotive navigation systems. ...more on Wikipedia about "Zenrin"
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