Oh! Production

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Oh! Production (OH!プロダクション or オープロダクション, Ō Purodakushon), sometimes credited as Oh! Pro or Oh-Pro, is an anime production studio in Amanuma, Suginami, Tokyo, Japan. It was established in May 1970 by animators Norio Shioyama, Kōichi Murata, Kazuo Komatsubara, and Kōshin Yonekawa.[1][2]

Current members[edit]

Listed alphabetically.

Former members[edit]

Listed alphabetically.


Listed alphabetically by year, with the most recent work at the bottom.

Created by Oh! Pro[edit]

These are works for which Oh! Pro led the production effort.

Main animation[edit]

These are works for which Oh! Pro did the main animation production or assisted animation for other companies.

Anime television series[edit]


Game animation[edit]

Anime films[edit]


Oh! Production
Casa Rosa 101, Amanuma 3-33-3
Suginami, Tokyo 167-0032

Coordinates: 35°42′29″N 139°37′18″E / 35.707954°N 139.621658°E / 35.707954; 139.621658


  1. ^ Ettinger, Benjamin (2006-12-29). "Koichi Murata & Oh Pro". AniPages Daily. Retrieved 2007-05-14.
  2. ^ a b オープロとは? (in Japanese). Oh! Production. Archived from the original on 2006-12-12. Retrieved 2007-05-14.

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