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The brainchild of award-winning Japanese animation director Hayao Miyazaki, this museum includes a theater showing film excerpts, a whimsical children's play zone, a rooftop garden, and exhibits related to his movies, including Spirited Away.
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You will find this place amazing if you are a ghibli fan. For just 1000 yen, we were able to tour the works of Hayao Miyazaki and we even got to view an exclusive film made by Miyazaki himself. We also bought little Totoro stuff...More
You'll stand in awe admiring all the works, the initial sketches, his inspirations, the creative process, the displays for other works...and you'll leave feeling a whole new level of respect for the team at Studio Ghibli.
One thing I'd caution is that the gift shop...More
We booked this museum through Japan Awaits. They secured the tickets for us and had them delivered to our hotel. They were great communicating with us in advance on getting the tickets delivered to our hotel.
The museum itself was quite interesting, but I will...More
One of the most sought after tickets in Tokyo. The Ghibli Museum, is a lovely Museum in the Mikata west of Tokyo. Although tickets can be bought through Lawson, it is quite difficult if you can’t understand Japanese. There are tours available that visit museum,...More
We are huge Studio Ghibli fans. Visiting the museum was one of our top objectives when we decided to visit Japan. I did a trial run over the summer to see if I could secure tickets through Lawson. It was a big mess, so I...More
We purchased tickets and transportation for our visit to the Ghibli Museum. We arrived early and waited outside for our turn to enter the museum. Museum entry is strictly regulated which keeps crowds down. The area surrounding the museum is a lovely park. Once we...More
If you’re a Miyazaki fan, then you have to go. Really amazing to see behind the curtain. That said, the museum is small, and when we were there it was very crowded. Buying tickets (if you don’t live in Japan) is not simple, therefore it...More
We went the first day of our holiday in Japan which got us off to a great start on our adventure.
Japan Awaits organised the tickets which were waiting at our hotel and the driver showed up, took us on a fascinating drive through the...More