Kyowa Film

From Audiovisual Identity Database

Credits
Compiled by
NotPurpleHoodieBoi

Background

Kyowa Film (共和教育映画社) was a Japanese film company located in Osaka, found in September 1, 1957 by Toru Yatouji, which originally specialized in educational films.

(1980s-1990s)

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Logo: On a cerulean blue background, an animated rainbow circle with a white wireframe globe outline in front of it fades in whilst white rays burst out of it. After a few seconds, the circle turns red as the text "KYOWA FILM" fades in, whilst the rays fade out. Then, the Japanese text "共和教育映画社" fades in underneath.

Technique: Cel animation.

Music/Sounds: A soothing, dreamy xylophone tune.

Availability: Extremely rare. Seen on their educational film output such as Arigatō hana (ありがとうハーナ ) and Haku-chan kōshinkyoku (ハクちゃん行進曲).

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