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Kyoto Animation Co., Ltd. , abbreviated KyoAni (京アニ), is a Japanese animation studio and a light novel publisher located in Uji, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan. It was established in 1981 by former Mushi Pro staff. Presided by Hideaki Hatta, the company is also affiliated with studio Animation Do. As of 2015, Kyoto Animation has produced 21 anime series and numerous films. Unlike most animation studios, Kyoto Animation's animators are salaried employees rather than freelance workers. Therefore, Kyoto Animation animators are able to focus more on the quality of each frame rather than on meeting frame production quotas.

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Suspected Japan arsonist a reclusive, quarrelsome gamer, neighbor says

The man suspected of killing 34 people in an arson attack in Japan lived alone, hundreds of kilometers from the torched Kyoto Animation studio, where he played video games non-stop and "terrified" his..
Reuters - Published

Most of 34 victims in Kyoto Animation arson attack in 20s and 30s: NHK

Most of the victims of an arson attack on an animation studio in western Japanese city of Kyoto were in their 20s and 30s, public broadcaster NHK said on Saturday, as the death told climbed to 34.
Reuters - Published

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Victims were overcome by smoke in Japan fire [Video]Victims were overcome by smoke in Japan fire

Smoke spread so quickly through a burning Japanese animation company that a majority of victims who had tried to flee through a rooftop door were unable to open it before perishing, Japanese media said..

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:06Published

Suspect Who Burned Down Kyoto Animation Studio A Noisy, Nasty Gamer [Video]Suspect Who Burned Down Kyoto Animation Studio A Noisy, Nasty Gamer

Police suspect 41-year-old Shinji Aoba caused Japan’s worst mass killing in two decades on Thursday. Aoba went to the Kyoto Animation studio in western Japan, poured fuel around the entrance and..

Credit: Wochit News     Duration: 00:42Published

Japan arson suspect bore grudge - police [Video]Japan arson suspect bore grudge - police

As Japan mourns the 33 victims of the country's worst mass killing in two decades, police say the suspect torched the animation studio in Kyoto because he believed it had plagiarized his novel. Mia..

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 02:00Published

Japan mourns victims of suspected arson attack [Video]Japan mourns victims of suspected arson attack

Japanese police have identified the man suspected to have started a fire at an animation studio that killed 33 people as Shinji Aoba, public broadcaster NHK says. Michelle Hennessy reports.

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:21Published

 

Possible motive revealed in studio arson attack that killed 33

Witness accounts and reports suggested the man had a grudge against Kyoto Animation
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Kyoto arson attack building had no sprinklers or indoor hydrants: official

The Kyoto Animation company building where 33 people were killed in an arson attack did not have any sprinklers or indoor hydrants installed since they were not legally required by the fire code, a..
Reuters - Published

Fire causes severe damage at Japanese animation building

A fire at the Kyoto Animation building in Japan has left more than two dozen people dead, according to officials.
USATODAY.com - Published

Kyoto Animation, Ilhan Omar, Ricardo Rosselló: Your Thursday Briefing

Here’s what you need to know.
NYTimes.com - Published

20 feared dead in suspected arson attack on Japanese anime studio

Japanese officials say suspect entered Kyoto Animation studios and doused it with accelerant; many staff couldn't escape the smoke and flames
CBS News - Published

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