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Ufotable is a Japanese animation studio first established in 2000. The studio was relatively obscure due to the nature of their work until 2008, in which their big break came through in the form of the popular anime adaptation of Kara no Kyoukai. Three years later, the studio is once again in the limelight for the polished quality of the currently airing Fate/Zero.

Compare TMS Entertainment, another Japanese studio famed for their consistent and high production values.

Anime created by Ufotable
Other Anime worked on by Ufotable
Ufotable provides examples of the following tropes:
  • Animation Bump
  • Conspicuous CG: Provided this for Sonic X and Gundam SEED. Also present in their other shows, up to the point where the next episode preview for Fate/zero consists of nothing but a sequence with Photorealisticly rendered glass objects moving and voiceovers.
  • Scenery Porn
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