Former Mappa Exec Reveals Why They Left the Studio  

When it comes to anime, few firms have the clout that MAPPA firms does.   

The organization has been in existence for 12 years and has recently seen its global reputation surge.   

The studio oversees a number of major series, including Attack on Titan, The God of High School, and Jujutsu Kaisen.   

One of the company's top executives just left, and Makoto Kimura is now explaining why they left MAPPA Studios.  

The update comes from GameBiz in Japan, which spoke with Kimura about his new company Blue Rights.   

MAPPA Studios was mentioned throughout the interview, and Kimura emphasized that his departure was completely amicable.  

"Since I joined MAPPA, I feel that all the things I wanted to do had been met in a satisfying manner," he said.   

"MAPPA will continue to grow, and I hope it will do so for the foreseeable future.   

But for me, it is preferable to leave MAPPA and work on a larger scale as a challenge for both myself and the industry."  


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