Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo (KCET) was formerly one of Konami's development teams, founded in 1995. In 2000 they entered the JASDAQ stock market, and soon thereafter, in 2001 they changed their abbreviation from KCE-Tokyo to Konami-TYO.
Team Silent was a development group within Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo, responsible for the first four games in the Silent Hill franchise released from 1999 to 2004. According to composer Akira Yamaoka, Team Silent consisted of staff members that had failed at other projects and originally intended to leave the company before the first Silent Hill game turned out to be a success. According to a Silent Hill Homecoming artist, Team Silent was ultimately disbanded by Konami itself, because Konami wanted Western developers to make the games. Akira Yamaoka played a major role in the Silent Hill film adaptation by overseeing and approving specific aspects of the movie throughout its production.
- Founded in 1995.
- In 2001 Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo changed their abbreviation from KCE-Tokyo to Konami-TYO.
- In 2005 Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo was merged into Konami.