Pony Canyon

Pony Canyon

Pony Canyon, Inc. (株式会社ポニーキャニオン, Kabushiki gaisha Ponī Kyanion?) is a Japanese company, established on October 1, 1966, which publishes music, DVD and VHS videos, movies, and video games. It is a subsidiary of Japanese Media Group, Fujisankei Communications Group.

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... by Kōichi Mashimo and produced by Bee Train, with production support by Production I.G and Pony Canyon ... was responsible for the animation production, Pony Canyon produced the music for the series, and Yoshimitsu Yamashita designed the characters ... Seven DVD compilation volumes were released by Pony Canyon between August 29, 2008 and February 27, 2009, followed by a DVD-box on November 11, 2010 ...
List Of Post-disco Artists And Songs - Songs - 1990s
... Nu-R B "Make It Happen" (LP Version) Columbia Matsuko Mawatari J-pop "Hohoemi no bakudan" Pony Canyon (1997) Matsuko Mawatari J-pop "Homework ga Owaranai ...

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