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Digital Hollywood University
Akihabara Daibiru 7th Floor
1-48-13 Sotokanda
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo Japan

[P] +81
[F] +81
[E] daigaku@dhw.ac.jp

Sachie Tomioka
[E] tomiokasachie@dhw.co.jp

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Digital Hollywood University is a four-year university where students learn Japanese digital content in
the field of anime, games, computer graphics (CG), films, website design, and graphic design.
Students either choose to focus on a field of
their professional interest, or learn multiple fields.
We employ a curriculum from the combination of the cutting eduge
technologies, the latest business theories, and a real-ive case study in order to develop outstanding human resources.
We also adapts Japanese pop culture as an academic discipline and provides education on topics
ranging from the latest production methods to relevant business structures.
Our instructors are professionals and many of them are still active in
each field, ensuring that students have access to practical business strategies as well
as the latest technologies in the related fields.
We not only forcus on Digital content field but also place high priority on English skill.
On the third year, we strongly recommende students to take a study abroad program at a partnership university we have a alliance with.

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Digital Hollywood University has recently established an anime course for students wanting to
specialize in anime. Our anime course is unique in that students can learn directly from
professionals who are actually working on the front lines of the anime industry. This course
helps students acquire practical skills for the anime industry and familiarize themselves with
the fusion of hand-drawn sketches and CG which is a characteristic of recent Japanese anime.
It also comprehensively covers anime as a business, including not only actual production skills
but also anime scenario writing, anime dramatization, and anime production theories, from the
perspective of directors and producers. In 2006, we also established the International Anime
Research Institute in order to conduct researches on Japanese anime.

Animation Production, Schools / Educational Institutions

2D / Traditional, 2D Computer Animation, 3D Computer Animation

Animated Characters, Animated Web Graphics, Commercials, Educational / Industrial Films