Studio Pierrot Studio Directory -Japanese: Sutajio Piero

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Japanese Studio Title: Sutajio Piero

Studio Pierrot was founded in 1979 by former employees of Tatsunoko Productions. They are known for production of anime in the magical girl sub-genre, especially with their magical girl series of shows. The word "Piero" is a Japanese word for clown, so the company logo is a stylized clown figure.

Studio Pierrot Studio Pierrot was based in Tokyo, Japan.
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Studio Pierrot Studio Directory Cartoon Series:

Akachan to Boku   (1996 – 1997, 35 Episodes.)
English Series Title: Baby And Me
  (1991, 1 Series.)

Anmitsu Hime   (1986 – 1987, 51 Episodes.)
English Series Title: Sugar Princess
Ayashi no Ceres   (2000, 24 Episodes.)
English Series Title: Ominous Ceres
Baribari Densetsu   (1986, 2 OVA Cartoons.)
English Series Title: Legend of Rolling Wheels
Bleach   (2004 – 2012, 370 Episodes.)
Blue Dragon   (2007 – 2008, 63 Episodes.)
Chiisana Kyojin Microman   (1999, 52 Episodes.)
English Series Title: The Small Giant, Microman
Chikkun Takkun   (1984, 23 Episodes.)
English Series Title: Chicken Takkun
Clamp Gakuen Tanteidan   (1997, 26 Episodes.)
English Series Title: CLAMP School Detectives
Dokkiro Doctor   (1998 – 1999, 27 Episodes.)
English Series Title: Startling Doctor
E's Otherwise   (2003, 26 Episodes.)
Edokko Boy Gatten Tasuke   (1990 – 1991, 22 Episodes.)
English Series Title: True Tokyo Boy: Gatten Tarou
Eikoku Koi Monogatari Emma   (2005, 12 Episodes.)
Alternate Series Title: Victorian Romance Emma
Fushigi Ygi   (1995 – 1996, 52 Episodes.)
English Series Title: Curious Play
Gakk no Kaidan   (2000 – 2001, 20 Episodes.)
English Series Title: Ghost Stories in School
Ganbare! Kikkzu   (1986 – 1987, 26 Episodes.)
English Series Title: Ganbare! Kickers
Gensmaden Saiyki   (2000 – 2001, 50 Episodes.)
English Series Title: Paradise Raiders
Gurto Tch Onizuka   (1999 – 2000, 43 Episodes.)
English Series Title: Great Teacher Onizuka
Haip Porisu   (1997, 25 Episodes.)
English Series Title: Hyper Police
Hajime Ningen Gon   (1996 – 1997, 117 Episodes.)
Heisei Tensai Bakabon   (1990, 92 Episodes.)
English Series Title: Heisei-Period Genius Idiot
  (1989, 1 Series.)

Hikaru No Go   (2001 – 2003, 75 Episodes.)
English Series Title: Hikaru's Go
Jni Kokuki   (2002 – 2003, 1 Episode.)
English Series Title: The Twelve Kingdoms
Karakuri Keng Den Musashi Rdo   (1990 – 1991, 50 Episodes.)
English Series Title: Musashi, The Samurai Lord
Kaze No Yojimbo   (2001 – 2002, 25 Episodes.)
English Series Title: Yojimbo Of The Wind
  (1994, 1 Series.)

Kimagure Orange Road   (1987 – 1988, 48 Episodes.)
English Series Title: Whimsical Orange Road
Mah No Idol Pastel Yumi   (1986, 25 Episodes.)
Mah No Star Magical Emi   (1985 – 1986, 38 Episodes.)
English Series Title: Magical Emi, the Magic Star
Mah No Sutji Fansh Rara   (1998, 26 Episodes.)
English Series Title: Magical Stage Fancy Lala
Mah No Ysei Perusha   (1984 – 1985, 48 Episodes.)
English Series Title: Magical Fairy Persia
Mah No Tenshi Creamy Mami   (1983 – 1984, 52 Episodes.)
English Series Title: Magical Angel Creamy Mami
Maichingu Machiko-Sensei   (1981 – 1983, 95 Episodes.)
English Series Title: Miss Machiko
Majikaru Hatto   (1989 – 1990, 33 Episodes.)
English Series Title: Magical Hat
Marude Dameo   (1991 – 1992, 47 Cartoons.)
Midori No Hibi   (2004, 13 Episodes.)
English Series Title: Midori Days
Midori no Makiba   (1996 – 1997, 61 Episodes.)
English Series Title: Green Meadow King
Moeru Oniisan   (1988, 24 Episodes.)
English Series Title: The Burning Wild Man
Naruto   (2002 – 2007, 157 Episodes.)
Nils no Fushigina Tabi   (1980 – 1981, 52 Episodes.)
English Series Title: The Wonderful Adventures of Nils
Ninja Senshi Tobikage   (1985 – 1986, 43 Episodes.)
English Series Title: Ninja Robot Tobikage
Nink   (1995 – 1996, 55 Episodes.)
Alternate Series Title: Ninku
Norakuro Kun   (1987 – 1988, 50 Episodes.)
English Series Title: Little Norakuro
Oh! Sp Miruku-chan   (1999, 12 Episodes.)
English Series Title: The Super Milk Chan Show
Ore Wa Chokkaku   (1991, 36 Episodes.)
English Series Title: Stubborn Samurai Boy
Osomatsu-Kun   (1988 – 1989, 89 Episodes.)
English Series Title: Little Osomatsu
Paw Sutn   (1999, 26 Episodes.)
English Series Title: Power Stone
Recca No Hon   (1997 – 1998, 42 Episodes.)
English Series Title: Flame of Recca
Rerere No Tensai Bakabon   (1999, 46 Episodes.)
  (1992, 1 Series.)

Saiyuki Reload   (2003 – 2004, 25 Episodes.)
Alternate Series Title: Journey To The West
Saiyuki Reload Gunlock   (2004, 26 Episodes.)
  (1988, 3 OVA Cartoons.)

Sei Jshi Bisumaruku   (1987 – 1988, 52 Episodes.)
English Series Title: Saber Rider And The Star Sheriffs
  (1991, 1 Series.)

Shuga Shuga Rn   (2005 – 2006, 51 Episodes.)
English Series Title: Sugar Sugar Rune
Spoon Oba-san   (1983 – 1984, 130 Episodes.)
English Series Title: Mrs. Pepperpot
Super Gals Kotobuki Ran   (2001 – 2002, 52 Episodes.)
Alternate Series Title: Sp Gyaruzu! Kotobuki Ran
Takoyaki Mantoman   (1998 – 1999, 1 Series.)
English Series Title: Takoyaki Capeman
  (1999, 1 Series.)

Tenshi Ni Narumon   (1999, 26 Episodes.)
English Series Title: I'm Gonna Be An Angel!
  (1999, 1 Series.)

Tokyo Mew Mew   (2002 – 2006, 64 Episodes.)
Alternate Series Title: Tky My My
Tokyo Underground   (2002, 26 Episodes.)
Japanese Series Title: Tky Andguraundo
Tottemo! Rakkman   (1994 – 1995, 50 Episodes.)
Alternate Series Title: Tottemo! Luckyman
  (1997, 1 Series.)

Yoiko   (1998 – 1999, 20 Episodes.)
Yu Yu Hakusho   (1992 – 1995, 112 Episodes.)