Toho Eizo Bijutsu

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Toho Eizo Bijutsu Co., Ltd. (株式会社東宝映像美術,   Kabushikigaisha Tōhō Eizō Bijutsu, lit. Toho Visual Art Co., Ltd.), formerly Toho Eizo Co., Ltd. (東宝映像株式会社,   Tōhō Eizō Kabushikigaisha, lit. Toho Visual Co., Ltd), is a Japanese art company and former film studio, officially established in 1970 as a subsidiary of Toho Co., Ltd. Toho Studios' art department became independent as Toho Bijutsu ("Toho Art") in 1970, and its visual department as Toho Eizo the following year. Toho Eizo was absorbed by Toho Bijutsu on June 1, 1988, forming Toho Eizo Bijutsu. As Toho Eizo, the company produced several of Toho's tokusatsu films, most notably the final three entries of the Showa series of Godzilla films. Another of Toho's subsidiaries and a frequent collaborator of Toho Eizo, Toho Pictures, took over executive production of the Godzilla series beginning with The Return of Godzilla in 1984, with Toho Eizo Bijutsu continuing to provide art direction.

Selected productions

Associate producer / art producer

1970s

1980s

1990s

2000s

Executive producer

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