765 Production (also known as 765 Pro, pronounced as Namuko Pro) is a fictional talent agency, a company specialized in training idols and having appear them in various media. It is directed by Junichirou Takagi in the first iDOLM@STER game, and Junjirou Takagi in the second iDOLM@STER game, and is the company the protagonist and the idols work in.
The "Namuko" pronunciation comes from combining truncations of the Japanese words for the numbers. "Na" comes from "7", pronounced in full as "Nana", "Mu" comes from "6", pronounced as "Mutsu" (an alternative to "Roku"), and "Ko" comes from "5", with the "k-" sound an alternative to "Go"'s "g-" sound. It is also a pun on the game's publisher, Namco.
- Specializes in the production, management and training of idols.
- Project, production, and casting business in various media like television, radio programs, movie, magazine, and CM that idols perform in, etc.
- Management and practical use of the rights, which include the idol's portrait, signature, nickname and voice for article and service.
- All other business that accompanies the above-mentioned.
- Junichirou Takagi - Former President
- Junjirou Takagi - President
- Kotori Otonashi - Office clerk
- Haruka Amami
- Chihaya Kisaragi
- Yukiho Hagiwara
- Yayoi Takatsuki
- Ritsuko Akizuki
- Azusa Miura
- Iori Minase
- Makoto Kikuchi
- Ami & Mami Futami
- Miki Hoshii (THE iDOLM@STER (Xbox 360), THE iDOLM@STER: Live for You!, THE iDOLM@STER Dearly Stars, THE iDOLM@STER 2)
- Takane Shijou (THE iDOLM@STER Dearly Stars, THE iDOLM@STER 2)
- Hibiki Ganaha (THE iDOLM@STER Dearly Stars, THE iDOLM@STER 2)
- Company Name : 765 Production Ltd.
- Established : 1st June 1955
- Name of Representative : President-Director Jun'ichirou Takagi
- Name of Representative : President-Director Junjirou Takagi (iDOLMASTER 2)
- Capital : 76,500,000 Yen
- Address : Tokyo Ota-ku, Yaguchi 2-1-765, Restaurant building 4F