spirited away

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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Nagasaki Lantern Festival: An awesome event that will whisk you away into a celestial world【Pics】

Filled with marvelous displays and breathtaking performances, this is one festival you won’t want to miss.

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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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Limited edition “Spirited Away” Seiko watch is beautiful combination of technology and anime

Aside from the attractive design, we love the fact that the face of the watch features none other than … “No Face”! 

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Ghibli moss art discovered along mountain road in Japan

Totoro, Kiki, and No Face are just some of the characters who’ve emerged from the moss-covered wall.

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Could Spirited Away’s Yubaba actually be the ideal boss that Japan’s workforce needs?

Japanese Twitter users weigh in on thought-provoking post discussing the qualities that make Yubaba an effective manager.

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Anime Spirited Away finds a new way to be beautiful with gorgeous traditional hanafuda card set

The Studio Ghibli classic turns out to be a perfect motif for Japan’s centuries-old “flower cards.”

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Minecraft builders create an amazingly detailed world of Spirited Away, give us a video tour

Who needs a movie when you can just tour the Minecraft recreation?

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New illustrated Studio Ghibli folding fans: A beautiful way to deal with Japan’s summertime heat

Totoro, Jiji, and No Face are here to provide a cool breeze as you set out on warm-weather adventures of your own.

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The most awesome anime fan art is fan art that’s also traditional Japanese sweets【Photos】

From Pop Team Epic to Cowboy Bebop, this professional confectioner’s anime and video game dojin works are edible!

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Onsen in Japan uses the same mysterious hot spring bathing system from Ghibli film Spirited Away

This is one of the most unusual hot springs in the country.

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New Studio Ghibli Spirited Away merchandise: Golden amulets tell fortunes from No Face’s belly

The six secret talismans from the movie contain hidden meanings for your future.

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Kindergartener teams up with little sister to pull off cutest Ryuk and L Halloween costumes ever

Already a better Death Note than the Netflix version.

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Studio Ghibli in Real Life video beautifully combines the worlds of reality and Hayao Miyazaki

The characters of Ghibli’s anime films live in our hearts, and in this amazing video, they live in our towns too.

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Spirited Away No Face soy sauce bottle and rice scoop will bring taste of Ghibli to your kitchen

Iconic character from Hayao Miyazaki anime is ready to terrify and/or charm you at mealtime.

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Melodica musician surprises cosplayers with character’s anime and movie themes at convention【Vid】

Adorably awesome but timid prankster stalks cosplayers, with musical accompaniment, at Indiana’s Indy PopCon.

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Ghibli characters adorn these new military and embroidered jackets for the fashion-conscious fan

Characters and themes from Princess Mononoke, Spirited Away, and Porco Rosso adorn these stylish jackets.

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Cosplay as your favourite character in seconds with cleverly designed T-shirt collection

Now you can transform yourself into characters like No Face, Slime, Ryuk and Spiderman, simply by pulling your shirt over your head.

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Watch Ghibli’s Spirited Away No Face piggy bank speak, burp and gobble coins 【Video】

No Face is hungry for coins and when he looks this animated eating them, we can’t stop feeding him!

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