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Background: Kyoto Mizakuto (1904-1967), a ¥80,000,000 man, created Japanese Skyline Production as Kyoto Films in 1930 that began to expand to Sentan in 1934, renaming it Kyoto-Sentan Production. Sentan Island ¥10,000,000 man Ayoko Mizukuta (1899-1959) accepted the expandation of the company, that began to expand in 1936 to Tokyo as Tokyo-Kyoto-Sentan Production. However, Kyoto Mizakuto planned to expand more regions in 1937, and did the plan in 1946, expanding to the north and south bounds of Japan and the El Kadsre Japanese District, renaming it Local Japanese Production. However, it began to expand into the Flower city, Samachita (a fictional city), the west and east bounds of Japan, and Mizaka (a fictional region), renaming it Japanese Skyline Production in 1949.

1st Logo (1930-1934)[]

Logo: We see a circle. It creates 4 big lines and 4 small lines, creating a flower. The company's name in Japanese and "日本映画の年" zooms in from the circle via a circle effect. The logo fades.

FX/SFX: The lines, the texts.

Music/Sounds: Silent.

Availability: Extinct.

2nd Logo (1934-1936)[]

Logo: We see a compact circle. We zoom out off the circle, creating 4 big, 8 small, 16 thick and 32 thin lines. The company's name in Japanese appears letter-by-letter.

FX/SFX: Same as the previous logo:

Music/Sounds: Silent until April 26, 1935 using a 13-note fanfare.

Availability: Extinct.

3rd Logo (1936-1949)[]

Logo: Black and white pictures of random Japanese places scroll in a filmreel. The company's name in Japanese zoom in one-by-one.

FX/SFX: The filmreel.

Music/Sounds: A filmreel sound, after a while the 13-note fanfare.

Availability: Extinct.

4th Logo (1949-1956)[]

Logo: On a gray background, we see a circle. 8 petals fade in, resembling the iconic flower emblem that changed in states. It zooms out, a set of flower emblems fade in, and they rotate. The 8 flower emblems become the 8 petals and the middle emblem becomes the circle. The petals and the circle goes into their own places. After that, the company's name in English and Japanese appears, separated by a line.

Variants:

  • Starting in 1952, a color variant has made, the petals are yellow, the circle is brown (representing the sunflower), the background is blue, the middle text is white and "インカラー" is under the company's name.
  • In 1953, "インカラー" is removed.
  • In 1990, the logo came back for the Japanese Skyline Classics, a collection of shows made by the JSP from 1930-1990. This was changed to 1930-2000 starting in 2000.
  • Sometimes shows may have the English name which fades to the Japanese name.
    • Shows outside japan instead fades to "PRESENTS".

FX/SFX: Cel animation in the 40s.

Music/Sounds: A loud trumpet theme that ends with the 13-note fanfare.

Availability: Extinct.

Legacy: The second most iconic JSP logos of all time.

5th Logo (1956-1961)[]

Logo: Same as the previous logo, but has some changes. The flower emblems are in a radial pattern, and the logo is longer than usual, adding a 360-degree rotation scene of the Japanese Skyline Production headquarters and Mount Fuji with Mount Fuji having filmreels.

Variants:

  • In the logo's official debut and first year (1956), the extra scenes are removed.

FX/SFX: Same as the previous logo with some enhancements.

Music/Sounds: The same trumpet theme, but extended.

Availability: Extinct.

6th Logo (1961-1963)[]

Logo: In a white background, the logos of the previous flowers zoom out as we end up on a new flower, being a mix of the Flower Film production flower and the 4th logo's iconic flower. Then the flower fades to white. Next, a series of Japanese imperial characters in white walk from right to left, revealing a CGI Kyoto city with the new Japanese Skyline Productions headquarters, moved from pagodas to modern buildings. We go through the main entrance. Various tunnels of JSP films throughout the previous years (1930-1961). We then reach the end of the tunnel, repeating the beginning of the logo. When we zoom to the current flower, the logo fades out.

Variants:

  • A longer variant exists. In a white background, the logos of the previous flowers zoom out as we end up on a new flower, being a mix of the Flower Film production flower and the 4th logo's iconic flower. Then the flower fades to white. Next, a series of Japanese imperial characters in white walk from right to left, revealing a set of Japanese fans and birds. We then go to a 1930s TV with JSP shows at that time. This repeats until the 60s era. Then, we zoom out and the TV is actually revealed to be in a window, with many objects bursting out of nowhere. We go through the main entrance. Various tunnels of JSP films throughout the previous years (1930-1961), including the years as described above. We then reach the end of the tunnel, repeating the beginning of the logo. When we zoom to the current flower, the logo fades out.
  • A short variant exists, only the logo is the first part and the logo fades out instead of the flower fading out.
  • In 1961, their 31st anniversary is celebrated. In green, "31周年記念" fades in below on a rectangular box.
  • Still variants exists with the logo on a green box with the company's name below the flower.
  • Another still variant exists superimposed on the credits of a JSP film.
  • Shows made in Sentan has "せんたんプロダクション" below it in green.
  • Another animated variant has the logo on a random maze instead ending on the still variant described above. It depends.

Trivia:

  • Green is one of the colours that JSP favorites.

FX/SFX: CGI. This one played when JSP moved from 2D to CGI.

Music/Sounds: Japanese BGM that ends with a rendition of the 13-note fanfare.

Availability: Extinct.

Legacy: The most iconic JSP logos of all time.

7th Logo (1963-1972)[]

Logo: Partnered with AC Japan, the logos are separated on a line forming via a line, and both logos are in a black box with:

  • JSP logo: Studio Council
  • AC Japan logo: Ad Council

Variant: Before 1971 has the logo scrolling slowly in 3D before transforming to 2D.

FX/SFX: Hand-drawn by Japanese Skyline Cel Animation.

Music/Sounds: Either the AC callout sound or the sped-up 13-note fanfare.

Availability: Extinct.

8th Logo (1972-1995)[]

Logo: The flower emblem and the address in Japanese text is seen revealing via scrolling on the corners of the screen inside 2 boxes. A Japanese scenery background is seen.

FX/SFX: Same as the previous logo.

Music/Sounds: The slow and calm 13-note fanfare.

Availability: Extinct.

9th Logo (1995-present)[]

Same as TV Tokyo logo but the logo is replaced by the JSP emblem. and "JOTX-TV" is replaced by "JSP-TV".

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