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Ufotable(ユーフォーテーブル有限会社) is the production studio responsible for the release of many famous anime and game titles such as * Kara no Kyoukai*,* Fate / Zero*,* Katsugeki: Touken Ranbu*, Fate/Stay UBW, and the Kimetsu no Yaiba (Demon Slayer) franchises. Founded in October 2000 by former TMS Entertainment employees, the company is based in Nakano, Tokyo. Since their success in Fate / Zero, they began to gain foreign attention. The company is known for their attention to detail when it comes to professional animation and, ultimately, stunning background art. They are also known for their special series of claymation seen in many of their films.

Famous Works

Here is a list of recent and most famous works by Ufotable Production.

Kimetsu no Yaiba(Demon Slayer)

Based on the adventure, dark fantasy, and martial arts genre manga by Koyoharu Gotoge, serialized and debuted in Weekly Shonen Jump magazine Volume 11 of 2016. The anime adaption of Kimetsu no Yaiba Demon Slayer is an award winning series that aired from April 6 to September 28, 2019. Demon Slayer runs for 26 episodes and is licensed by Aniplex of America. Announced in Weekly Shonen Jump's 27th issue and is adapted by Ufotable. The series has won several awards including "Best TV anime." On 13 October 2019, the English anime adaptation debuted on the toonami of Cartoon Network Adult Swim.

Kimetsu no Yaiba(Demon Slayer) Synopsis

Rumors have echoed from time immemorial about the demons that lurk in the wilderness. According to legend, a Demon Slayer sometimes roams the night, battling blood thirsty Demons. Since his father's death a boy named Tanjiro has taken it upon himself to support his family. Although the disaster had affected their lives, they were happy. A family is murdered by a demon during the Taisho Period in Japan, and the eldest son Tanjiro finds that his sister, Nezuko has also been transformed into a Demon. But Nezuko still shows signs of human emotion, to his surprise, contrary to other Demons. Tanjiro's journey to fight Demons and find a way to turn his sister back into human, thus begins.

Fate / Zero

Fate / Zero is based on a Japanese light novel by Gen Urobuchi, drawn by Takashi Takeuchi, and is a prequel to all the routes in the graphic novel series Type-Moon, Fate / stay night. Ufotable created an anime version, which first season aired from October 1 to December 24, 2011 and the second season aired from April 7 to June 23, 2012. The music was composed for Puella Magi Madoka Magica by Yuki Kajiura who also composed the music.

The Garden of Sinners

Also known as The Garden of Sinners published in Japan as Kara no Kyōkai and sometimes referred to as Rakkyo, is a collection of Japanese light novels, written by Kinoko Nasu and drawn by Takashi Takeuchi. Originally released online or at Comiket between October 1998 and August 1999 as a collection of excerpts, the chapters were later republished in two volumes by Kodansha in 2004, and again in three volumes between 2007 and 2008. Ufotable produced a series of seven anime films based on the series from 2007 to 2009, and created an original episode of video animation in 2011.

Fate Stay Night: Unlimited Blade Works

Fate / Stay Night: Unlimited Blade Works is a series of anime produced by Ufotable. It is based on Type-Moon's graphic novel Fate/Stay Night. The plot is primarily based on the graphic novel Unlimited Blade Works series and portrays Shirou Emiya, a high school student and aspiring magus residing in Fuyuki Town, Japan. Shirou suddenly joined the Fifth Holy Grail Battle, a clandestine mystical competition in which seven players, known as the' Masters,' and their' Servants,' reincarnated personifications of ancient historical legends, engaged in the imperial war for the Holy Grail, an omnipotent supernatural chalice capable of fulfilling every hope or urge for their triumph.

Video games

Title Publisher Release date
Symphonic Rain Kogado Studio March 26, 2004
Gods Eater Burst Bandai Namco October 28, 2010
Black Rock Shooter: The Game Imageepoch August 25, 2011
Tales of Xillia Bandai Namco September 8, 2011
Tales of Xillia 2 Bandai Namco November 1, 2012
Fate/stay night [Réalta Nua] Kadokawa Games November 29, 2012
Summon Night 5 Bandai Namco May 16, 2013
God Eater 2 Bandai Namco November 14, 2013
Natural Doctrine Kadokawa Games April 3, 2014
Fate/hollow ataraxia Type-Moon November 27, 2014
Tales of Zestiria Bandai Namco January 22, 2015
God Eater 2: Rage Burst Bandai Namco February 19, 2015
Tales of Berseria Bandai Namco August 18, 2016
God Eater Online Bandai Namco February 15, 2017
God Eater Resonant Ops Bandai Namco April 4, 2018
God Eater 3 Bandai Namco December 13, 2018
Code Vein Bandai Namco September 27, 2019
Tales of Arise Bandai Namco 2020


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