National Japanese Cinema Industries, Inc. is a company headquartered in Obihiro, Hokkaido, founded in 1924 by Tsunesaburo Sugaya. It was bought by Sony Television Manufacturing in 2004, due to problems on the "TV-kun War" and the winner was the director of said company, Ikadzuro Goyui, which also bought Warner Kyoudai to it's company. It's the cinema company of said company.
1st-5th logos in construction.
6th logo (2004-pres)
Logo: It's basically the same as the Sony Television Manufacturing logo from the era, but the logo is shifted down to make place for a japanese text "National Japanese Cinema Industries" under the word "SONY".
- On a black background, we have a striped cylinder swirling and zooming back at the same time in 3-D. At the bottom of the swirling bars has the name "SONY" and the same japanese text from before, zooming-in slowly from the shadows. At the end, the cylinder turns into the Sony Television Manufacturing. logo. There is a blue (sometimes purple) spotlight that is spinning at the bottom and shining on the logo that is also following the animation of the Sony Television Manufacturing logo until it stops.
- On Acchi Kocchi, the long version of said logo is used.
- The rest TBA.
FX/SFX: Same as the Sony Television Manufacturing logo.
Cheesy Factor: This goes far off the charts, as they bought the company into SONY, It's just the same animation, but it's more hated than average personnel!
Music/Sounds: Same as the standard Sony Television Manufacturing logo.
- An ascending, zoom-like synthesizer effect, a la THX logo, composed by Takeda Miyamoto, with the help of Hamachi Miyamoto on the main variant. The same effect was used at one point in The Fairly OddParents episode "Crash Nebula", and the Nation Cat episode "The Log of Perdition"
- The rest TBA.
Scare Factor: None. It's more annoying than the Sony Manufacturing logo (although somewhat less hated on the long version) Low for the main variant, it's less hated as it's company owner, thanks to its cool animation and music. the rest of this logo TBA.
Note: The company is owner of Burmese-Japanese film company- King Horror Films Production ( Myanmar, Japan ).