NJK Techno

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Former NJK Techno logo

NJK Techno Co. (エヌジェーケーテクノ株式会社) was a subsidiary of NJK Corporation established on June 10, 1969. [1] It merged with NJK Systems Corporation on October 1, 2001, to become NJK Techno Systems Corporation. [2]

Research Methods: Online resources (see Links)


  • Crayon Shin-chan: Ora to Asobo (some graphics, programming) (Taito)
  • Darius Gaiden (some graphics) (Taito)
Some Graphics: A Wave, Visual Arts Production
  • Gekirindan (some graphics) (Taito)
  • Moriguchi Hiroko no Quiz de Hyuu!Hyuu! (some graphics) (Taito)
  • Puzzle Bobble 2 / Puzzle Bobble 2X / Bust-A-Move Again (programming, some graphics) (Taito)
  • Puzzle Bobble 3 (programming) (Taito)
  • Puzzle Bobble 4 (programming) (Taito)
  • Quiz Crayon Shin-chan (some programming) (Taito)
Some Programming: Itec
  • Quiz Sekai wa Show by Shobai (assistant direction, graphics) (Taito)
Direction: I.T.L
  • Quiz Theater: 3tsu no Monogatari (some graphics) (Taito)
  • Super Puzzle Bobble (some planning, some programming, some graphics) (Taito)
  • Under Fire (some graphics) (Taito)


  • Puzzle Bobble 3 / Puzzle Bobble 3 for SegaNet / Bust-A-Move 3 (some graphics) (JP Publisher: Taito; EU Publisher: Acclaim; US Publisher: Natsume)


  • Puzzle Bobble (programming, some graphics) (JP Publisher: Taito)
  • Puzzle Bobble EX (programming, some graphics) (JP Publisher: Taito)
  • Space Invaders (programming, some graphics) (JP Publisher: Taito)