ufotable is one of Japan’s most respected and celebrated anime studios, known for their beautiful animation, clear and crisp scenes, and engaging stories. The studio was established back in 2000, and to celebrate its 15th anniversary, the studio featured an exhibition at the Tokyo Anime Center at the Akihabara UDX in Akiba.
From life-size standees of ufotable anime characters to commemorative illustrations and messages from the studio’s staff, the exhibition showed visitors 15 years of ufotable. Crunchyroll’s Mikikazu Komatsu recently visited the exhibition, and here are the images from his visit:
The 15th anniversary exhibit was at the Akihabara UDX from 23 March until 3 April 2016.
The studio is best known for Fate/Zero and Fate/stay Night: Unlimited Blade Works (TV). However, their other works include God Eater, Ninin ga Shinobuden, Tales of Symphonia, and The Garden of Sinners. Next year, their projects include Touken Ranbu and a trilogy movie series for Fate/stay Night: Heaven’s Feel.