Hayao Miyazaki

New Studio Ghibli exhibition opens in Tokyo, features giant talking Yubaba from Spirited Away

We catch up with No Face, Mari Natsuki, who voiced the character of Yubaba, and legendary producer Toshio Suzuki at the limited-time exhibition.

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Lupin III manga/anime creator Monkey Punch passes away

Pioneering artist’s hit series was one of Hayao Miyazaki’s first directing jobs.

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Hayao Miyazaki still looking for talented staff to join Studio Ghibli for new anime production

The legend of animation needs as much help as he can get, and it could very well come from you!

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Hayao Miyazaki was offended by the idea that he should work in live-action, interview shows

Even if the suggestion was coming from one of the greatest Japanese filmmakers of all time, the Studio Ghibli anime director thought it was rude.

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Spirited Away meals and merchandise coming to new Studio Ghibli exhibition in Tokyo

Taste the magical world of My Neighbour Totoro and Spirited Away for a limited time!

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Spirited Away train station and submerged tracks attract Ghibli fans around Japan

But people aren’t happy about tourists trespassing and littering while they get the perfect photo.

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Handmade Hayao Miyazaki bento is too cute to eat, great conversation starter during meals

Studio Ghibli-themed bento party among friends quickly escalates when someone brought the king along.

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Japanese city changes into beautiful Spirited Away lookalike once a year, and it’s happening now

The Nagasaki Lantern Festival gives the city an amazing ethereal atmosphere for just a few nights every February.

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The surprising source of the Ohmus’ voices in Ghibli’s Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind

You’d never guess how the sound effect for an Ohmu’s voice was produced.

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Studio Ghibli hanko personal seal stands are here to enliven your mundane daily tasks

These adorable name stamp stands will make you want to stamp your name on everything in sight! 

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Studio Ghibli theme park designs unveiled, five special zones bring anime movie worlds to life

All the details on the buildings, stores and cafes set to appear at the new Studio Ghibli theme park.

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Hayao Miyazaki’s Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind set to become live-action Japanese kabuki play

All-male cast brings anime classic to the traditional stage in a historic first for Studio Ghibli director and co-founder Hayao Miyazaki.

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Chinese poster for Totoro’s first theatrical release in country has a beautifully subtle secret

That’s not a forest or a field Hayao Miyazaki’s characters are walking through.

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Korean illustrator brings My Neighbor Totoro scene alive with a Starbucks cup, markers【Video】

This talented artist uses white paint, markers and a scoring knife to turn a Starbucks cup into a famous Ghibli anime scene!

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Elon Musk shares his love of anime, says he wants to build a mecha

Investor expresses admiration for two of anime’s most iconic directors, has fans wondering if he’ll take inspiration from Evangelion or Gundam.

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Totoro beer? Hayao Miyazaki draws new version of anime icon for Japanese craft beer label

Two of Studio Ghibli’s co-founders team up for stylish microbrew promotion.

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The Place Where Totoro Was Born: New Studio Ghibli book includes art by Hayao Miyazaki’s wife

After working on My Neighbour Totoro, animator Akemi Miyazaki steps out from her husband’s shadow to show us Totoro’s real-world birthplace.

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Studio Ghibli Ponyo dessert now available at Shirohige’s Cream Puff Factory in Tokyo

Totoro and Ponyo are waiting for you to eat them at this beautiful Hayao Miyazaki-endorsed cafe.

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Gigantic lightning-spitting thundercloud appears in the skies over Tokyo【Videos】

Appearance of frightening but beautiful Dragon’ Nest shows that summer isn’t ready to say good-bye just yet.

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We’re not going to see Hayao Miyazaki’s new anime for another three to four years, producer says

Producer gives tentative timetable while promising Studio Ghibli is doing “things we were never able to do in the past.”

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