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Group TAC Co.,Ltd. (株式会社グループ・タック, Kabushiki Kaisha Gurūpu · Takku) was a Japanese animation and computer graphics studio located in Shibuya, Tokyo, and founded in 1968 from former Mushi Production staff. They have worked on movies, videos, TV shows, and commercials, and have contributed to all stages of the process, including planning, production, sound effects, and so on. The company was headed by Atsumi Tashiro until his death in July.[1] In September 2010, Group TAC filed for bankruptcy, and liquidated all of its assets.[1] Diomedéa was formed after a split with Group TAC. Their remaining animation projects, Hanakappa, was taken over by OLM, Inc. and XEBEC.

Projects[]

1983[]

  • Igano Kabamaru
  • Nine
  • Nine the Original
  • Nine 2: Sweetheart Declaration

1984[]

  • Nine 3: Final

1985[]

  • Night on the Galactic Railroad
  • Touch

1986[]

  • Touch Movie 1: Sebangou no Nai Ace

1987[]

  • Tale of Genji
  • Hiatari Ryōkō!

1990[]

  • Everyday is Sunday
  • Run! White Wolf

1992[]

  • Princess Army
  • Yadamon
  • Nozomi Witches

1993[]

  • Jungle King Tar-chan
  • Tama and Friends

1994[]

1995[]

1996[]

1997[]

1998[]

1999[]

2000[]

2001[]

2003[]

2004[]

2005[]

2006[]

2008[]

  • His Wish and Light
  • Shinran-sama: Negai, Soshite Hikari

2009[]

  • The Rebirth of Buddha

2010[]

  • Hanakappa (Final Work)

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