If you are a fan of anime, then you’ve probably heard of Studio Ghibli. This is the studio that brought you such great movies like Princess Mononoke, My Neighbor Totoro, and Spirited Away.
Well, Studio Ghibli’s Museum—located in InoKashira Park in Mitaka, west of Tokyo—has now celebrated its 10 Millionth Visitor!
(photo courtesy of Asahi Shimbun)
The lucky visitors were the family of Akio Nagata, who arrived at the Ghibli Museum on January 14, 2017. The Nagata family from Osaka, Japan includes: Akio Nagata (37 years old) is a judicial scrivener; his 6-year old daughter; his 3 –year old son; and his wife. The family received a commemorative Totoro and anime-style eating utensils.
(photo courtesy of SugarandSpace.com)
Each year, about 650,000 people visit the museum, and the museum only allows 2,400 people each day. You have to buy your tickets in advance, so if you are interested in visiting please buy your tickets early!
And in Miyazaki-sensei news, he is currently making a new CG-animated short titled “Kemushi no Boro” (Boro the Caterpillar), which will be shown in the museum later this year.
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