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I love Japanese art.. But my favorite is "Castle in the Sky", my mom gave it to me because It was the first movie she saw After I was born.. and thought It was beautiful and incredible..

I love it ever since... A huge fan...
and of course "Spirited Away"..

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I biggest problem to get really cool japanese stuff is that my japanese in basic and some of the ones I get in english are not complete or accurate...

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I have always thought that Japanese stuff is damn cool! However, it has been such a difficult journey to get some good Japanese stuff until I finally managed to get here, where the most wanted Japanese stuff is available!

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Hi there
wow people love Ghibli. I think to go that museum, you need to reserve the ticket first. Please check their site.


Martin F, I've been to the Ghibli Museum in Mitaka. I'd say it's definately worth it. Granted, there's A LOT of "kiddie stuff" there, but there's rooms full of cels and original artwork that you get to look at (really up close too!) which makes the trip MORE than worth it.

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Imagine, just for a minute, that Mr. Disney had decided to stay as low-key and obscure and interesting as Mr. Miyazaki... He would feel human, and he would not just be "the man who created Micky Mouse". He would be an artist, not "the man who wanted to entertain billions". He could even have been an inspiration.


Miyazaki's movies are hit-or-miss with me but since I draw and design a lot, I absolutely appreciate the artistic side of them. Thanks, Mari for all the links! I was hoping that you could give me some advice on whether or not I should visit the Ghibli Museum in Mitaka. I saw some photos from it and it looks interesting yet at the same time, it seems like it was made for kids. Is it worth my time and money? thanks!


For all Ghibli fans you should try and get the documentary "Ghibli - the Miyazaki Temple". French produced but English narrated. It lays background stories behind almost each film produced by Miyazaki. Even Takahata's contrasting style compared to Miyazaki's is being touched upon, and is being interviewed.


I love Shutdio Ghibli. Thank you so much for this post Mari, I enjoyed it a lot. :) I loved seeing the local places. I wish I lived in Japan now. :(


Am a Studio Ghibli fan.

Never knew that the storyline was based so closely to actual venues. Thanx.

Bayside Shakedown. TV Series/Movie. Love the clean storyline.

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