From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Type-Moon is a Japanese company founded in 1998 by artist Takashi Takeuchi and writer Kinoko Nasu. The company's initial work was Kara no Kyoukai (aka Garden of Sinners), and the visual novel Tsukihime; the latter gained a strong following and resulted in lots of merchandise, a fighting game called Melty Blood featuring its characters, and an anime adaptation. The company would then transition from a doujin circle to a corporate company, and in 2004 they released Fate/stay night, spawning a much wider franchise with several adaptations and spinoffs in animanga and video game formats. They have collaborated with multiple companies including French-Bread, Studio Deen, Ufotable, ImageEpoch, Marvelous, Nitroplus and Lasengle.

1st Logo (December 30, 2002)

Visuals: There is the white text "TYPE-MOON" spread out over a black background.

Technique: A still, digital graphic.

Audio: The opening theme of the game.

Availability: Seen on Melty Blood (2002).

2nd Logo (October 28, 2005-)

Visuals: Over a white or black background, there is a bold, cursive "Tm" with the middle part of the "m" in yellow. Below is the text "TYPE-MOON".


  • On Fate/Tiger Colosseum, a shadow is seen behind the logo.
  • On the arcade and PlayStation 2 versions of Melty Blood Actress Again, the logo is seen above the Ecole logo.

Technique: A still, digital graphic.

Audio: None or a voice saying "Type-Moon".

Availability: Seen on video games by the company such as Fate/Hollow Ataraxia (the logo's debut), Fate/Extra, Melty Blood: Actress Again, Fate/Grand Order, and Melty Blood: Type Lumina.

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