Mippei Eiga Kiryūkan

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Mippei Eiga Kiryūkan was a Japanese animation studio founded by Hiroshi Harada. They were known for the anime Shojo Tsubaki (also known as Midori).

(May 2, 1992)

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Logo: At the end credits, there is an outline of a minimalist house in between two lines and on top of another bar underneath. Inside of it is a detailed circle. Underneath it is the company name in Japanese and tategaki, or vertical writing.

Technique: None.

Music/Sounds: The ending theme of the movie.

Availability: Extremely rare. It appears in the end credits of Shojo Tsubaki.

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