Howl’s Moving Castle

Liev Schreiber’s son deemed “too beautiful” in Japan

Many are likening his look to Studio Ghibli’s Howl from Howl’s Moving Castle.

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Studio Ghibli unleashes Turnip Head on the world

Magical character from Howl’s Moving Castle makes the leap from the anime world and into our hearts and homes.

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Fill your home with the scent of Studio Ghibli

Anime aromas capture the atmosphere from some of the studio’s most magical films.

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Which Studio Ghibli house would you most like to live in?

Japanese fans rate the best dwellings from iconic anime films, and reveal why they want to live there.

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Studio Ghibli makes us hungry for new plate collection featuring iconic characters in mid-meal

Sorry Grandma. I’m not inheriting your fine china when I have these beautiful Studio Ghibli plates. 

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Studio Ghibli producer makes bombshell anime revelations during online Q&A

Howl’s Moving Castle has a prequel? Why does Ghibli food look so good? Is Hayao Miyazaki a mummy’s boy? Toshio Suzuki spills all the tea.

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Ghibli Park unveils new real-life Howl’s Moving Castle!

Giant castle is one of two new anime attractions revealed in Japan this week.

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Studio Ghibli releases 300 more images from six movies free to download online

Gorgeous anime stills include tantalising food scenes from some of the studio’s beloved films. 

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Studio Ghibli Recipe: How to make anime food from Howl’s Moving Castle

Experience the same taste and aroma as the magical characters from the fantasy film.  

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Studio Ghibli releases free wallpapers to download and use as backgrounds for video calls

Wow your friends and colleagues by looking as if you’re inside the world of Ghibli.  

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Studio Ghibli scarves, gloves and bags will keep you warm this fall and winter

Wrap up against the chill with Soot Sprites, Totoro, Jiji, Howl’s fire demon, and a snuggly Catbus.

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Japanese fans rank the top 10 most beautiful female characters from Studio Ghibli anime movies

So many iconic Ghibli heroines, so many different looks and personalities.

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Female anime fans reveal the Studio Ghibli character they most want to date in real life

Surprisingly, the male stars of Howl’s Moving Castle and Spirited Away don’t top the list, according to this survey.

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Epic food fails: Howl’s Moving Castle pancake ends up looking like something from a horror film

This cute character from Studio Ghibli gets up to mischief in the kitchen, nails it with a frightening result.

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Your Name becomes second-highest grossing Japanese film ever, has Harry Potter in its sights

Makoto Shinkai’s hit continues to surpass Hayao Miyazaki anime in box office earnings.

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Stunning works of art in various mediums, all inspired by Ghibli classics 【Pics】

Totoro, Princess Mononoke, and other favorites inspire some new masterpieces.

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Create meals like an anime character from a Studio Ghibli film with new cookware from Japan

Bring some Ghibli magic into the kitchen with Calcifer from Howl’s Moving Castle and the famous fish pie from Kiki’s Delivery Service.

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Cosplayer’s grandmother joins photo shoot for most heartwarming Howl’s Moving Castle cosplay ever

The world of Howl’s Moving Castle becomes much more magical when your real grandmother cosplays as Sophie.

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Director of Ghost in the Shell shares his favorite Hayao Miyazaki movie and scene

Hayao Miyazaki and Mamoru Oshii are two of the most successful and influential anime directors in the history of the medium, but their films couldn’t be more different in tone and appearance. The soft-edged natural environments of Miyazaki’s anime are bathed in a nostalgic glow, while Oshii’s animation, such as Ghost in the Shell and The Sky Crawlers, is filled with shadowy ruinscapes and turns its sharpest focus inwards to the human mind and consciousness.

Miyazaki and Oshii are such fundamentally different people that they even communicate with their production teams in completely opposite styles. But that’s not to say that one can’t find things to admire in the works of the other, as Oshii has shared his favorite film and even scene in a Miyazaki anime.

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Studio Ghibli tattoos feature our favourites from Totoro, Spirited Away and Howl’s Moving Castle

We here at RocketNews love Studio Ghibli and its cast of adorable animated characters. We save all our yennies to splurge on licensed merchandise and never miss a chance to visit tourist sites where we might bump into acclaimed semi-retired director Hayao Miyazaki.

One thing we’re yet to do is adorn our bodies with permanent ink tributes to the Ghibli stars. Thankfully, there are fans out there much braver than us who have made the leap, giving us a huge collection of beautiful tattoos for us to sift through. Take a look at 12 of our favourites, from the films My Neighbour Totoro, Spirited Away and Howl’s Moving Castle.

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