Ponyo

Studio Ghibli anime art appears in new ad campaign: What if our mugs were used in Ghibli films?

Japanese company tests the bounds of “common sense” by using Ghibli art to advertise their wares. 

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Studio Ghibli images go viral for perfectly depicting the life of a housewife

Hilarious captions with viral hashtag help everyone “Learn about housewife work through Ghibli”.

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Studio Ghibli releases 400 images from eight movies free to download online

Surprise gesture of goodwill comes with an amusing caveat from producer Toshio Suzuki. 

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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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Japanese men rank their favorite female Studio Ghibli characters

Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who is the fairest Ghibli damsel of them all?

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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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Show off your love for Ponyo and Totoro’s Catbus with these Studio Ghibli baseball jackets

Strut your stuff and showcase Ponyo’s cute little sisters and the iconic Catbus.

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We visited the Studio Ghibli Exhibition at Roppongi Hills as part of an exclusive event!【Photos】

With a life-sized Totoro, a cat bus for adults, and an enormous airship that floats up and down, this exhibition will spirit you away to the magical world of Ghibli.

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Japan’s Ghibli Museum announces there will be a new Catbus for adults to ride in this summer

The latest news regarding renovations has revealed information about several exciting new exhibits which has us counting down the days to the July 16 re-opening.

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If “My Neighbor Totoro” had been a horror movie…【Video】

Fan-made trailer for My Neighbor Totoro turns the magical family adventure into a frightfest.

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We visit Tomonoura, the scenic harbor town that inspired Studio Ghibli’s “Ponyo”【Photos】

If you’ve seen Ponyo, Studio Ghibli’s adorable movie about a fish girl who wants to be human, then the above location may seem pretty familiar. That’s because it was taken in the port town of Tomonoura, where Hayao Miyazaki and his team spent months getting the inspiration and imagery to create their next animated film.

As massive Ghibli fans, we had to take a look at the town for ourselves and see what real-life Ponyo looks like. Read on to check out the beautiful scenery for yourself, and see the effect that Ponyo has had on the town, as well as the effect the town had on Miyazaki.

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Anime feast! Ghibli fan recreates 47 animated dishes in mouthwatering video

When you sit down to watch a Studio Ghibli movie, there are generally three things you can expect to see depicted with unbridled passion and heart-stirring attention to detail: the thrill of flight, the glory of nature, and the mouthwatering deliciousness of expertly prepared food. As a matter of fact, scrumptious fare, ranging from extravagant delicacies to good honest grub, shows up with such frequency in Ghibli’s works that one fan counted 47 anime dishes that looked good enough to eat, then set out to make them all himself, as shown in this amazing video.

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From Ponyo to Italy: Four delicious ways to improve instant ramen while your water’s boiling

August 25 is Instant Ramen Day in Japan, in commemoration of the day back in 1958 when Nissin unveiled Chicken Ramen, the very first instant version of the country’s favorite noodle dish. In celebration, we were going to chow down on some instant ramen, but since we do that all the time anyway, somehow a bowl of plain ramen didn’t seem quite special enough.

So instead, we drew on our love of anime, world travel, and the simple joy of not sweating profusely to come up with four recipes to spruce up instant ramen, specially tailored to be simple enough for anyone whose cooking skills mean their home is always well-stocked with the stuff.

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