Ghibli Museum


The Ghibli museum is a flagship museum (there is no other museum of Studio Ghibli in Japan) of the Japanese animation film company, Studio Ghibli (director: Hayao Miyazaki), which is located in Ino-kashira Park near National Astronomical Observatory of Japan.









The Ghibli museum exhibits the history, storyboards, and arts of successive films of the Studio Ghibli such as "My Neighbor Totoro", "Pricess Mononoke", and "Spirited Away" (Academy Award for Best Animated Feature, 2002) and also, shows a short film at the basement theatre and has a fancy park with two replicas of a giant warrior in "Nausicaä of the Walley of the Wind" and Catbus in "My Neighbor Totoro". A fantasy world in the Ghibli museum that is far from the crowd will give you a great experience. We hope you guys enjoy the stay in Mitaka city.

















1) How to get to the Ghibli museum:

           10 minutes from Mitaka station by bus


2) How to get a ticket:

You need to purchase an online ticket before visiting the Ghibli museum. There are no walk-up tickets (tickets purchased at the door) at the museum. All the tickets for March in 2018 will be on sale to public on Feb. 10, 2018. The Ghibli museum is so popular that the tickets are supposed to be sold out very soon after the release. If you are interested in visiting the Ghibli museum before/after the workshop, please do not miss out on a chance for getting tickets. See the official website for more detail.